The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on January 11, 1934 · Page 7
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Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1934
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TKfe MALVEft* LfeAbtft, MALVfeftN, IOWA. M^UARt II, jgSi ,_<• TR AH AN of theStr&hi Stiff*! i Gf ad*s rfft wlrt) fcaVB vMh nertBef fie* tatfly are Albert and MeConatet, Carolyn Witt* r«»™, ~~J Vfttf JftWttM. W« *til miss Waiter an ie« Binghaffi who »*** tented Iiait«rB. Misses lean Koeberspertw ltd tt« Llddell Were Friday aftet- »on Visitors. The traveling library books /bleb arrived Itotday are tefy raefc appreciated/ We enjdy dttf Royal Bcfdll tefy M ncb, Every day a different i>er» on chooses the picture tot the ett eventh Mid Eighth Grades The seventh grade has lost one f its members, Bobby Blngham. Carrol Todd is back in school [fter hating the measles. The junior high boys defeated ie Emerson junior high boys in game of basketball at Emerson Iday night, High School The sophomores and freshmen oyed a sleigh ride party on e Allensworth hill last Thursay night The freshmen had an ter stew at the school house rd." The juniors and seniors had a ileigh ride party On the Kermit Mllyer hill Saturday night and in joyed a taffy pull at the school louse afterward. Mrs. Orval Bell and Mrs. larry Conrad will entertain the Adles* Union at the home of Mrs. 3onrad next Wednesday, Jan. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel left Sat- irday for a visit with relatives n Kansas City. The 8. H. D. club enjoyed an ill days meeting with a pot luck tinner at noon at the home of tfrs. Lawrence Reed in Glen- rood. After the dinner and busi- less meeting were over the re- nainder of the afternoon , was pent in a social way, Mrs. Wm. Splttler returned to er home at Brownsville, Nebr. lay after a weeks visit in the e of her daughter, Mrs. k Johnson, ce Thomas, second daugh- ; ; Mr. and Mrs, Lester Thorn* Bjitakenito; the Edmundson, ' Ijf.Ponricu '"jBinffsV.- testl ay and operated on for ivaJof a growth on her neck. s ;was A very serious operation t-sbe withstood it and at latest orta is gaining her strength ik slowly. This growth was the ath of a case of measles grew so close to the jugular that it resulted in a very .ngerous condition, Thora Cunningham is the Iat. one to have the mumps. Several cases have been reported but ey seem to be scattered. Thora getting along as well as usual, [Ot'having a very hard seige of em. ^ Adrfs Hartley, oldest «c* of rat Btnfe Hartley, *i»d Lofllse IWfl, second dawtMef ef ftf. a*d warned WedfteMay, jfaa. 8, la cobs, they retorted' hotte the same day and in the evening * Krptsf wan tiveik lot them at th* Hati horn* which only the btlde- ffwott*! aftd bride's families attended. Adrie has lived in the Strahan Vicinity tor a number of years past afed since the death of his fstfcef has been a help and mainstay of his widowed mother. He li indnstfidM and respected by ail, Louise is a graduate of the class of 193S of the Strahan school, was valedictorian of her class, and one of our most popular firis. They are at present at the home of her parent! where heartiest wishes for their happiness go with them, On Saturday evening they were given a rousing charivari attend* ed by more than titty people. The evening was spent with games and dancing. Treats for the crowd were furnished and ail left intending congratulations. Mrs. Jei*e Wilton Given Surprise on Her Birthday Mrs. Jesse Wilson was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening by neighbors and friends coming to her home to help her celebrate her birthday. The birthday cake, a large angel food, was baked and presented to her by Mrs. Ray Hilton. The evening was spent in playing cards and at a late hour refreshments of sandwiches, pie, and coffee were served. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus, Lloyd, Margaret, David, and Anna Edith, Mrs. Sophia Brainerd of Sigourney, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Lovell, Gall and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pollitt, Bert, Vera, and Charlotte, Mr, and Mrs. Arlin Miller and Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Watts and family, and'Mr. Watt's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nagel and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nagel, Arthur and Inez Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bradley, Billy, Lillian Thomas and Alfred and Frank Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frohn of Atlantic were week-end guests in the home of bis sister, Mrs. Mer- HOTEL Miss Lola Buchannon, muilc instructor in the high school,' is confined to her home by illness and unable to care for her classes. Lincoln Richards who lives on the home farm of Pete McFarland is very sick at bis home with pneumonia, Miss Charlotte Dye 'began her duties as assistant in the Farmers' State bank last Monday. Charlotte is a graduate of Mai* vern high school, class of 1933, and for the past four months has been taking a commercial course at the Strahan school, Mr, and Mrs. Wm, McCain and Mr, and Mrs, Gilbert McCain were Sunday dinner guests pf Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd McCain near 814* ney, fto? Maftta a*d H«T«ft wore ttrtted «t tt*ttt**e iat etfnfnt, lift. », at «:8», ft ffc* R«r. 1. P. fifflfe Hetei . tt thft d*«ht«r of Mr. Kfid . la*. fatten and teacher of the pffinafj- class in the Oat* Couple left BOOB after the e«f«ttfoHy fof K visit Wtta fcif «•ter near Grant and other fri*ftds atrd relatives near Dw ttoines. Our best wishes go with them fof a hapjit istarried life. Shower A shower was given Satard'ay fetti&oft tot tne itewtywed*. sir. Mrs. Merlin finer. Game* we?* enjoyed by all, then tie bride tinwrapjied the many ntei presents after which a delicious Inncli of sandwiches, Sickles, cake with whipped cream, and fruit and coffee were served. Jewel Mahan spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. Brammeier. Mr. and MM. James Hick* and children and Mr. and MM. Ver* twin Vinef and Neta Lott Were Sunday dinner guests in the Trent Jones hotne. Mr. and Mfs. Karl Hannah and daughters wefe Bhenandoah via* Itors Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling, Mrs. Marion Mahan, and Frank Hall were in Red Oak Tuesday afternoon. Mn. A. B. Stelner IB confined to her bed with a cold but it bet* ter at this writing. Mm. Laura Hall is helping care for her mother, Mr*. Nims, who ia quite 111. , Mr. and Mr«. Forrest Achenbaugh and children Were Sunday dinner gueau in the O. O. Ryan home, Mr. and Mrs. Merrln Vlner entertained 1 Saturday evening at an oyster supper for Mr. and Mrs. I. W, Castor, Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Brammeier, Jewell Mahan, and Mr. and Mrs. Wedell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling and daughter, Ruth Ellen, spent Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Nims. Jan. 3, 198. — Mrs. Martin Bea and Mrs. Trent Jones and daughter, Kathleen, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Alta Church; .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schilling, Ruth Ellen, and Mrs. Laura Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zundalt attended the funeral of Nelson Hall in Hastings Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. O. Q. Ryan and HENDERSON News el John WttsWtt ft wrestling with th* »a«d» tnis week. Lawrrtc* FMsi it in school after a thfe* Weeks siege with the mumps. Joyce ftttfeftt hag been absent troto school this week on account el Illness. Beatrice Winchester returned Wednesday from a Vacation trip to Oklahoma. Toe eighth grade are studying towa history and civics the last semester. School The basketball teams Journeyed to Pacific Inaction last Friday night After two strenuous battles the resulting scores Were as follows: the girts from Henderson led With a score of 28 to 14 and the boys lost With a score of 17 to 80. Fern, Peggy, and Bud Dory of Fontauelle spent last week in the home of Bnpt. and Mrs. R. G. ttory. J. E, Eidaon Surprised on Birthday January 3 On the night of Jan. 8 a crowd of neighbors and friends of J. E. Eidson gathered at his home near Henderson to give him a surprise birthday party. The neighbors brought in a delicious supper in* eluding roast chicken, pie, cake, ice cream, and many other good things. Games were played and a good .time was enjoyed by all present. Those present were Martin Bea and family, Mr, and Mrs. Claude Stephens and son, Miss Dorothy Poore, Mr, and Mrs. Trent Jones, Kathleen and Herbert, Guy Jordan and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Easting, Mr. and Mrs. George Butcher, Mr. and Mrs, D. N. McOrew and children. I1NES OAKS Oaks Sunday School Note* Jan, 8. — There was an sttea' dance of 61 at Sunday school at Qajf9 despite {he blustery weather, Memory verses were recite4 by the primary class. Blrtbflay money was dropped in the bell by James BlcJte, Jr. Rev, 4. A, Wright of HeRdwspjj WM present and f AV9 a very fine sermon* Rev, Wright is making tb» Sundjy whooi a present of 50 books for 4 iuaiay school library whleb will be greatly appreciated fry 1^9 people of oaks, Tbose eleete4 to get tfc§ lUmr? case iAd leak alter the bopks were u E, Br ft nj-, wetey, Q. 9, Ryan, ftn| Mrs. —-^T v^-f»,f §*v«*4*4*Mfi, Mrs* Laura Hall, Mrs, I.i W. Castor, and Mrs. Marlon Mahan. spent Tuesday with Mrs. L, B. Bram* meler. ' Kathleen Jones visited Helen and Mildred Anderson Tuesday night and Wednesday. Birthday Surprise A surprise party was held at Oaks. Wednesday , evening for Gwendolyn Ryan, Marion Mahan, and Win Castor. It was a surprise indeed as each party went think* ing the surprise was for the other, .Mr, Castor has been super* intendent of the Sunday school for quite a wbiie, a i w leader of the young peoples cboir, The young people presented Mr, Gas* tor with a sblrt a»4 tle.lxpress* ln * also their appreciation of his , At the close ice. cream; cake cookies were served to til, tester Hollingsworth and fan Jly have returned frow -" where -«- -- ** Marton Birthday Surpriw gmup ef frle&dj ptbered at tbe E4 well filled bAjksti to help in Mr, - W, Tburiday. wtr» e«a Mr, and an4 4aufbter8, *» ipent Sunday «« ftWHjr 18 Elisabeth 8B 4 Qstberiae spent last wet k : *SuS8 * Pwe B i, Mr t sad j| rs , and. Mr. 8B4 Mrs, spent Sunday *** Shower f of Helen OotUon Useful 6 ud haajtUfiWl iffi A, A. Stewart of Colorado Springs, Colo, was an Interesting week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wheeler. Mr. Stewart is enroute to Washington, D. C. and New York City for an extended visit with bis son and daughter who are prominent in government and financial positions, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Simmonds have returned to Hancock after *• weeks-visit in'the Ed Wilkinson home, The I. 0, O. F. and Rebekah lodges will hold a joint installation of officers Thursday evening, Jan, 11. Mrs. Rose Plumb Is recovering nicely at the Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs after a very serious operation. School begun again Tuesday after a weeks vacation for the holidays. Crushed rock is being spread on the streets here, hauled from the rock quarry near Macedonia. The CWA men are getting the rock ready. A very pleasant time was enjoyed Wednesday „ afternoon at the home of Mrs.'Merrill Grouse when the B, Y. K. club were entertained, A dainty lunch was served and all enjoyed the afternoon, Miss Welae, one of the teachers here, was called to Davenport Saturday by the death of her grandmother. 0. A. Wight enjoyed a visit with bis mother from Red Oak the past week. Mr, and Mrs. Bevis Sowers and Mr, and Mrs. John Rainbow attended a basketball game Saturday night at the Omaha University, Two of our Henderson boys are on the team. Clratch Notes Next Sunday, Jan. 14, the pastor win continue his talks on "The Gospel of Comfort." The theme next Sunday Will be "The Comfort of Grace," The Wilson sisters will provide a special musical number for the morning service. A slight increase was manifest in the Sunday school attendance last Sunday. Let us keep on developing both in attendance and enthusiasm. Florence Frain visited the last week In the L. W. Trlplett and Orlo Harris homes. Several from here attended the funeral of Frank Macedonia Friday. Harbert at Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fisher visited Saturday evening at the Dan Perkins home. Mr, and Mrs. M. A. Coleman were Sunday dinner guests In the Wllbern Houser home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Soileau and son, Leo, visited Sunday in the Jas. Houser home. The Christian Sunday school elected the following officers Sunday morning for the year of 1934: Superintendent, Mrs. May Wight; assistant superintendent, Lester Forrestall; secretary, Arlene Harbor; treasurer, Mrs. Earl Boileau. Margaret Harbor returned the fist of the week from Omaha where she had visited in the A. 0. Harney home for a week. Mrs. C. E. Edmondson, daughter, Maud, and son, Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fisher will start for Washington state Jan. 16 by auto. They expect to visit Mrs. Edmondson's mother and other relatives while there. L. T. Gourley of Vllllsca visited friends here Saturday." Bert Davis has gone to Denver, Colo, to visit relatives. Earnest Ellison commenced work this week at the Hugh McSweeney station. Eventually it may be possible to get the currency back where it belongs by plowing under ev ery third dollar.— Springfield Union. Aye; BTeedtnt, Aye; Hyde, Aj-e. Thife being no ftrrther btsitieM to coiae %«fofe tft* Board at this time they now adjourn to meet on December 30, 1933. Attest:— E. A. 8CHADE, Approved: — W. B. AOAN, Coutity Auditor. Chairman Board of Supervisor*. OFFICE OF THS COUNtt AUDITOR Mills County, Qlenwood, Iowa, December 30, 1088 On this the 30th day of December 1933, the Board of 9npervf» ors met pnrstiant to adjournment of December 22nd, with all menn bers present and acting. The minutes of the meeting of December 22nd were read and approved. The following claims were allowed: W. E. Agan, supervisor — County Fund ________________ $ Guy Breeding, supervisor— County Fund _________ * ----O. R. Hyde, supervisor — <3onnty Fund _____________ _ --B. F. Booher, damages by dogs— D. Animal Fund (Claimed $18.00) Allowed ____________ __________________ 8. M. Estes, damages by dogs — D. Animal Fund (Claimed $22.60) Allowed — ..... ^ ____ _ ___. ________ — — The recommendation of the County Auditor for the transfer of $1,000.00 from the Domestic Animal Fund to the County Fund Was approved. The appointment of M. H. Latchaw as assessor of tngraham Township was approved. A lot of Southern Democrat! congressmen are appealing to Washington for money inflation but the trouble the administration is going to have with them when Congress reassembles is over the slow inflation of the jobs. — Topeka Capital. Many a "fair, fat and forty 1 wishes she hadn't gone in for Inflation when she did, and is reauy to agree with those financial advisers who tell the President that, once started, inflation is hard to stop or even to keep within rea- bounds. ~- Detroit Free sonable Press. Under the federal code for distillers, special efforts will be made strictly to limit production of pink monkeys, cerise elephants with wings and similar fauna.. Chicago Daily News, Of course, the Connecticut judge who ruled that the nose is not a part of the body Is to be congratulated as never having had a cold. -— Los Angeles Times, England now claims the world's fastest mail plane, capable of 800 miles per hour with a load of 40,000 letters. MAN'S HEART STOPPED, STOMACH GAS K1 CAOSE W, L, Adams was bloated so with gas that his heart ofteu missed beats after eating, Adler- ika rid him of all gas, and now he eats anything and feels fine, Collins Drug Co. adv. COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS OFFICB QF THE COUNTY AVWTOB Mills County. Qleowood, Iowa, December 88, 1933. On this the ??nd day of December, 1933, the Poard of Super* vtsora met pursuftot to adjournment of December 18tb, with nil »«mbeis present a»4 ftctiw., • ' '• • The minutes of the meeting of December 18th were read and 88,30 101,00 80,60 49.87 18.88 8,00 4,849.43 $90.00 10.00 80,00 41.10 SI.80 68.60 10.60 16.00 Now on this 30th day of Decein ber 1933, the matter of the vaca* tlon of Road No. 326, along the south side of section 28, Twp. 71, Range 41, having come oft for final hearing and determination, proof of service of notice of said hearing In the manner required by statute upon all land owners whose lands lie in and abutt upon said road. both by personal service and by publication, being on file herein, and no claims for damages having been filed or presented, and the Board having duly investigated and considered said matter, and being In all respects well and duly advised with regard thereto, finds that the said road should be vacated as reported by the commissioner. Be It therefore resolved that Road No. 826 be vacated as follows, beginning at a point one-fourth mile west of the southeast corner of section 23, Twp. If, Range 41, and running thence west to the south' west comer ot section 23, Twp. 71, Range 41. On the foregoing resolution the members voted as follows: Agan, yes; Breeding, yes; Hyde, yes. It appearing that the office of sheriff has etceeded its appropriation for the year 1933 In the office supply account to the amount of $6.86, and In the Postage account to the amount of $9.98, therefore be it resolved that $16.83 be transferred from the mileage account to the office supply and postage accounts. It appearing that the office of county attorney has exceeded its appropriation for 1933, in the office supply account to the amount of $30.76, and In the postage account to the amount of $18.82, therefore be it resolved that $49.6? be transferred from the mileage account to the office supply and postage accounts. It appearing that the office of county recorder has exceeded its appropriation for 1933, in the office supply account to the amount of $199.40, therefore be it resolved that $199.40 be transferred from the county auditor's office supply account to the county recorder's office supply account. It appearing that the office of clerk of the courts has exceeded its appropriation for 1983, in the office supply account to the amount of $319.99, therefore be it resolved that $319.99 be transferred from the county treasurer's office supply account to the clerk of the court's office supply account. There being no further business to come before the Board at this time they now adjourn sine die. Attest:— E. A. SCHADE, Approved:— GUY BREEDING, County Auditor. Chairman Board of Supervisors. OFFICE OF THE COUNTY AUDITOR Mills County, Glenwood, Iowa, January 2, 1934. On this the 2nd day of January, 1934, the Board of Supervisors met in regular session with Supervisors Guy Breeding, O. R. Hyde, and F. J. Plumb present and acting. Absent None. The Board Immediately proceeded to organize as a new Board for 1934, and Guy Breeding was elected as chairman for the year 1934. The minutes of the meeting of December 30th were read and approved. The salary of R, J. McPherron deputy county Auditor was fixed at $86.00 per month. The salary of R. K. Butcher deputy county treasurer was fixed at $86.00 per month. The salary of Wlnnifred Johnson clerk in the engineer's office was fixed at $60.00 per month, The salary of the county superintendent was fixed at $1700 for the year 1934. The salary of 8. V. Coone? deputy sheriff was fixed at $83.33 per month. * T. E. Martin was appointed county engineer for the year 1934, and his salary fixed at $1800.00 per year. T. R. Young was appointed Janitor of the court house for 1934, ' and his salary fixed at $60.00 per month. F. J. Plumb was appointed to act as overseer of the County Farm for the year 1934. E, E. Goodrich was appointed overseer of the poor of Glenwood City for 1934 at a salary of $10.00 per month, and A. J, Berkbimer was appointed overseer of the poor of Malvern town for 1934, at a salary of $10.00 per month. The Board now takes up the appointment of official papers for Mills County, Iowa, and it appearing that there is a contest the Board now sets January 6, 1934, as the time for hearing and directs the county auditor to notify each newspaper to have a bona fide list of all subscribers residing in Mills County, on file in the office of the County Auditor. The Board now takes up for consideration aid for the needy and authorizes the payment of the amount set opposite the names of the following; Blind Pension Chas. Brlley __,.„_,__„„_ ---- „_ ----- _„_,..._ 8.00 per month Wm. Shepard _„ ---- ,_ ---- -»_„ „„_.,,.__.., ------ 6. 00 per month Wm. Alley _^__,...__,..^,_,. ------- _, ---- „, ---- , 6.00 per month Martha Williams ----- „ ---- — _ ------ _____„__ 10.00 per month -- — „ 6, 00 per month ._____- 6,00 per month Sam Star Evelyn Etherington , -------- , ---- .,_ _ Cash Aid Faye Louden (Care 2 children) ----- _ — ,„_..«.$ 6.00 per mon, Mrs. Will Dalton (Care 6 children) ,._„„__„ _____ ,$16.00 per mon. Hattie Clatterbuck (Care 1 child) ,„, ____ „ ______ $ 1.60 per wk. Mike Wilson ,.„ ---- ,---,,,. „„„,„.„,.,.,,,„„,,.„„.$ 4.00 per mon. The report of the committee to count the cash on hand in the county treasurer's office at the close of business December 30, 1933 was approved as follows; Checks „„,.„„„.,.,...• ------------- ^$8,145, 30 10,00 76.00 1,00 9.60 6.40 1.30 .31 The following claims were allowed; W, H, Qlites Garage, repalrs^Malntenance Fund „„„«! Interstate Macbieery Co., repairs—Maistenaace Fuud **** Malvern Cold Storage, gasoline—MalntenaBce Fund _,„,. Nela Olsos, piling—Maintenance Fua4 „..„„-.„,.,,„-„ Standard Oil Co., jasotoe—Mftl&teaance Fuod ,„,„,„, Stan4ar4 gearing Co., repalrs^MftiatenaBce puad *„***, ' & WtlWft. repatrsj-Maintenjinfif y w nd „„,,,,„,,„,, inteRas.ce Fuad, journal vouchers—Constructiou Fund, _U» pouRty Fawn Bureau, appropilitlo»7^ounty' Fu»4 , &• M. «J»tes, damages by 4o«»—D. Aslmsi Fuad (Ol&lmed i S*»* I* TB *»«t«w*n m^mm *&!»*•** i»***W*"""f*1'" l *f^^W*™^f ftrtlu, damages by 4o«8-=-Oi, Aaiwal Fua4 (Claim* .00) Allowed ... — $10 Bill 86 — $6 BUI i — $1 am Quarters „,„„ Dimes „„, Nickels „„,.,. Pennies „„,. „__ Total .„.,„ ._ ...... _» ___._,_$3,238.8l RESOLUTION Whereas. Chapter 62, K4 of the 1981 Code of lows, providing deposit of public funds, requires that the Board of Supervisors shall. by resolution entered of record, approve as the place of deposit by the County Treasurer, County Auditor, County Recorder, Clerk of the District Court s»4 Sheriff, of state, county or other funds in their bands, Now therefore be it resolved, by the Board of Supervisors of Mills County, Iowa, in regular session, as stated above, that the County Treasurer of Mills County, Iowa, shall deposit, state county or other public funds in bis bands of the public revenue in au amount at any time not to exceed the amount specified In the banks named and located as follows, tOTWit: , Silver City State Bank, sjl. city T ------ „ ---- „.__$ 76,000.00 Farmers State Bank, sil. City — — ----- ,_,—„. 76,000.00 fllenwood State Bank, Qlenwoo4 ,,.——,_ ..... 800,000.00 Malvern Trust 4 Say, Bank, Malvern ...—......_ 86,000.00 Emerson State Bank, Emerson ----- --_--.. ---- , 100,000.00 Farmers State Bank, Strahan ... ------------ ... 76,000,00 Mlneola State Bank, Mineola - ---- ,-_.,.,..«. — 60,000.00 First State Bank, Tabor ---------------------- 40,000.00 Be it further resolved, by the Board of Supervisors of Mills County, Iowa, that the County Auditor of Mills County, Iowa, shall deposit, state, couuty or other public funds in UU hands of the pufe> Ho revenue in an amount at auy time uot to exceed f 6,000.00, iu the Qleawood at ate Bank at Qleowood, nod, Be it further resolved, by the Board of Supervisors of MUU County, Iowa, that the County Recorder of Mills Couuty, Iowa, shall deposit, state, county or otbar pubUo funds in Uer bauds of the public menus i i» M i amouat at any time not to exce*<l 18,000.00 Ja'tfift Q!wjwo,ft4 BUte Bank at Qlenwood, uud. » further molv«4. by the Board of Supervisors of UUUt District Court of Mills Count

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