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·"'-: 18 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Clear Lake Globe-Gazette WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1939 LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 Deadline for locals, classified, and display ads Is II a. m.. dally. Theater paee deadline is 6 p. m. of the day before publication. If you do not receive your paper call 239: after 6 p. m. call 513-W. TED ADAMS, Advertising Home Pbone 464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation Home Phone 536-W FRANK S, LONG BURIED AT LAKE Retired Farmer, 78, Survived by Widow, Five Children CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Frank Sigel Long, 78, who died early Monday following a biiet illness, were held at the Congregational church Wednesday atternoon. The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, conducted the rites and burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. Ward's funeral home made the arrangements. Pallbearers were Sam Kennedy, Theodore Peterson, W. N. Hill, William Kurd, Harvey Coe and Walter Woodiwiss. Mrs. Irvin Lee and Miss Constance Johnson, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Arleigh Eddy, sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "At the Eastern Gate." Mrs. Frank Trager and Mrs. Pearl Abbott arranged the flowers. Born in Iowa Mr. Long was born June 25, 1861, near Troy Mills, Buchanan county, the ninth son of Aaron Martin and Mary Ann McPike Long. He had nine brothers and one sister. He grew to manhood in that vicinity, attending rural school and then the Methodist seminars' at Albion two years. For 18 years he worked at the carpenter trade, then took up fanning which he followed until retiring and moving to Clear Lake in 1929. While still a young man he united with the Spring Grove Church of Christ under the ministry of the Rev. Mr. Martindale. To Clear Lake In 1914 On April 29. 1903, Mr. Long was married to Miss Wilmie Grace Lillibridge, Mason City, by the Rev. D. G. Yonker, pastor of the Congregational church at Rockwell. The couple first lived in Nebraska three years, then near Swaledale, Mason City and Hudd before coming to a farm six miles north of Clear Lake in 1914. Besides his widow, Mr. Long is survived by five children, Frank Irwin Long, Mason City; Mrs. Alfred Prestholt, Hanlontown; Robert A. Long. Miss Zilphy I. Long and Mrs. W. W. Corwin, Clear Lake, and 11 grandchildren besides many other relatives. Plan Sunrise Song Service at Church Easter Morning. CLEAR LAKE -- Members of the -Luther League will hold a sunrise song service at the Zion Lutheran church at 6:45 o'clock Easter morning. Organ music opens at 6:30 o'clock. Donald Thompson will play "He is Arisen" as a cornet solo, after ·which the processional "Christ the Lord Is Risen Again" will be sung as the choir members take their places. The pastor, the Rev. Ruben Mostrom, will read the Scripture lesson and otfer prayer. The Lomen quartet will sing "Easter Bells." Miss Leona Eliasen will present the lesson topic, "As He Said," and the boys' choir will sing "The Victory won." Arthur Ashland will read the poem "Easter" and the girls' trio, the Misses Klare and Kathelln McCormick and Maxine Christenson will sing. Max Paulson and Verne Jensen will present a duet and the recessional will be "Beautiful Saviour." Mr.,Mrs.W.W.Fox Celebrate Wedding Anniversary at Dinner CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Fox, 200 West State street, planned to entertain a group of relatives at a 6:30 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening in celebration of their 26th wedding anniversary which was that date. Among those invited were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grattidge and children, Nancy and Dic!c, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nelson and Norma. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Norris and Mrs. Donna Whitmore, all of Clear Lake, and William Emery, Des Moines. 4 * * BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN BY NORTONS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norton entertained Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burns, Mr. and Mrs. George Klaassen and Miss Ruth Juhl at dinner Tuesday evening. The party was in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Korton. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday -- American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall, 8 o'clock. Thursday--Stitch and Chatter club, Mrs. H. E. Neal, South Third street. Sorosis club, Mrs. William Hahn. Zion Lutheran aid, at church Busy Bee club, Mrs. Ed Latch. Holy Thursday services, Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock Rotary club, I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15 o'clock. Royal club. Mrs. Clarence Prescott, 301 West Division street Community Bible study, Mrs. H. A. Lyops. North Fourth street, 2:30 o'clock. Holy Thursday services, Zion Lutheran church, 8 o'clock Holy Thursday services, Congregational church, 7:30 o'clock. Gives "Mary Magdalene" on Civic League Program Mrs. T. G. Burns Reads Play; Musical Numbers Presented CLEAR LAKE--Presentation ot the play, "Mary Magdalene," by Maurice Maeterlinck and accompanying appropriate musical numbers formed the program of the Civic League which met at the Congregational church Tuesday afternoon with more than 100 women present. Mrs. T. G. Burns read the play which portrays a woman steeped in sin and redeemed by the touch of the Master confronted with the choice of returning to her life of shame to save Him from torture and death or to refuse the sacrifice and see Him crucified. The aged seer of Bethany, the Roman soldier and the emancipated woman were the'principal characters in the dramatic production which held the attention of the audience to the last syllable. Miss Evelyn Johnson sang "The Spirit Flower" by Campbell-Tipton and "Homing" by Del Riego, Mrs. L. E. Jacobson sang "Open the Gates of the Temple" by Knapp and J. M. Power and Clarence Pease, Jr., played "Minuet Jn G" by Beethoven and "La Estrellita" by Ponce as musical numbers. Mrs. H. S. Hush aw accompanied. Luncheon Is Served The program was in charge of the membership committee of which Mrs. H. W. Knutson and Mrs. Arvig Nelson are chairman and co-chairman respectively. Luncheon was served to 110 women by members of group No. 1 of the Congregational aid of which Mrs. Arthur Peterson is president. Mrs. A. B. Phillips and Mrs. R. C. Ingersol headed the kitchen committee and Mrs. Frank Pierce and Mrs- Harold Murray the dining room and serving force. Table decorations were in the Easter theme with nests of candy Easter eegs at each place and fluffy chickens and rabbits, potted plants and tapers forming the remainder of the decorations. Mrs- John Perkins and Mrs. Peter Peterson of the membership committee arranged the table decorations and Mrs. A. H. Skellinger of the Clear Lake greenhouse loaned the plants. Mrs. H. E. Freeman, president of the league, spoke briefly in welcome to the women present, stating the aims of the organization and quoting from an editorial, "My Town" found in the "Iowa Club Woman." Report 82 Members The membership committee reported 82 women enrolled as paid up members, Mrs. Sam Kennedy, chairman of the finance committee, announced a rummage sale to be held early in May and Mrs. A. B. Phillips told of a bill now before the legislature which, if passed, will legalize a tax for funds to be used for recreational programs. Members went on record as approving the passage of such a law. Miss Cynthia Taylor was retained as caretaker of the city hall restroom. On behalf of the recreation committee, Mrs. Arthur Johnson presented a silver loving cup to Warren Kruger for points earned in the iceboat sailing contests during winter sports events. The hobby show sponsored by the Altrurian club to be held at the high school April 12, 13 and 14 was announced and also the county convention of federated clubs which will be held at the Congregational church April 25 with the "School for Brides" as a special feature. Committees Are Named Mrs. Freeman announced standing committees for the year and the month each is to serve as follows: Membership, April 4 -- Mesdames H. WI Knutson, Arvig Nelson, P. D. Leith, James Bailey, Frank Barlow. John Eliasen, Frank Rich, H. H. Crane, John Perkins, Peter Peterson, D. F. Byers, W. H. Ward, L. M. Bawden, G. E. Brose. C. L. Peterson and J. M. Heffner. Finance, May 2--Mesdames Sam Kennedy, H. N. Halverson, F. C DeBruyn, R. R. Rogers, A. B. Phillips, N. L. Larson. Peter Knutson, C. E. Lantz, John T. Roseland and A. E. Mallory. No July Session Lake Shore. June 6--Mesdames L. E. Ashland, R. W. Peterson, E. B. Stillman and Verne Peterson. No meeting held in July. Conservation, Aug. 1--Mesdames C. A. Knutson, A. H. Skellinger, L. J. Kutschara, Carl J. McKone, A. S. Dice, Peter Anderson, M. L. Thayer, Ed Nelson and A. I. Sondrol (advisory). Sanitation. Sept. 5--Mesdames John Cole, J. C. Davenport, Chris Estcrgard and H. B. Adams. Recreation, Oct. 3--Mesdames F L. Knutson, T. G. Burns, E. A. Colburn, B. B. Bailey, A. A. Joslyn, Homer Briar, Frank Pierce and Carl Ashby. Hospitality, Nov. 7--Mesdames J. H. Woodstock, Ira W. Jones J B. Calhoun, C. A. Pease C C Branson, Frank Palmer "and George Newman. Welfare, Dec. 5--Mesdames Arthur Johnson, R. B. Kennedy, Oscar Peterson, T. J. Farnan, Will Rich and Leland Jacobson. No meeting is held in January. Press, Feb. 6--Mrs. J. Z. Stevens, Mrs. Roy Peterson, Miss Lucia Stunkard, Art Giles, Earl Noli, G. E. Punke and F. G. Drew. Officers of the league for the current year are: Mrs. H. E. Freeman, president; Mrs. F. p. Walker, vice president; Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, secretary, and Mrs. C. E. Wells, treasurer. Mrs. B. B. Bailey is auditor. E. O'Neil and Mrs. Gerald Brooks. Officers Are Listed Rest Room, March 6--Mesdames W. C. Carroll, Karl Hass. A. H. Latimer and Guy Wisgerhof. Tea--Mesdames F. P. Walker, C. Ingersol, H. D. Cone, Lyle Clear Lake Briefs Miss KaJherine Hughes is spending the spring vacation at Knoxville with her aunt, Miss Nan Clack. Dressmakinr, c u s t o m made clothes, fine tailoring. Mrs. B. F.! Clarke. Ph. 112. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. King, Sir. and Mrs. Gerald Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram A. Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKone and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce are the May committee for the Century club. C. W. Butts for well drilling, pump, windmill repair. Ph. 606-W. Circle No. 4 of (he Methodist aid will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Lantz. Mrs. Will Rich will lead demotions and Mrs. Willis Miller and Mrs. Frank Jamison will arrange the program Mrs. Orren Porter will entertain the Star club at her home Friday afternoon. Spring poems will be used for roll call. Orchestra every night at Golf Miss Mary Ann Hughes, student nurse at Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent Monday and Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hughes, and family. You'll look younger, prettier and different in the new hats--§1.95 Oluf T. Hanson Co. Miss Madeline Miles, junior student at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, was expected to arrive Wednesday evening to spend the Easter vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miles. She returns for work Tuesday. Miss Velma Jones was a dinner guest of Miss Lois Wood at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marshall Wednesday evening, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of Miss Jones. Mrs. Ralph Schneider returned Tuesday evening from Sheldon where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shelser, the past week. Mrs. Julia Cobb, 89, became seriously ill at her home, 300 Jefferson street, Wednesday morning Prof. Ronald Williams, Lake Forest, 111., plans to return to his work as head of the department of modern languages, Lake Forest college, this weekend after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, East Main street. The Rev. s. M. Stenby announces special services at the Bethlehem Lutheran church on Good Friday at 11 o'clock. Holy Week services will be held at the Zion Lutheran church Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Those desiring to participate in holy communion have been asked to register with the pastor. W. R. C. will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at I. O. O. F. hall for the April session of the order. Officers request members to be prompt as there is much business to attend to. Mrs. C. E. Lantz will entertain circle No. 4 of the Methodist aid at her home Friday afternoon. Townscnd club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Ollie Peterson. Loyal Queens 4-II club will meet Saturday at the Art Grattidge home. Peppy Pals 4-H club will meet Saturday at the home of Miss Ardyce Edgington. Community Bible study will be held at the home of Mrs H A Lyons, 612 North Fourth street Thursday afternoon at 2-30 o'clock. Several of the doctors of Clear Lake attended a meeting of the Cerro Gordo County Medical association at Mason City Tuesday evening. The association is holding a series of sessions. Mrs. .1. Edward Mnorc. Chicago accompanied by the Misses Alberta Joslyn and Jean Gilbert who have been visiting her for a week- was expected to arrive Wednesday afternoon to spend a couple of weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn. She will participate m the presentation of Love Triumphant." a story of the first Eastertide, to be given by the choir of the Congregational church at a vesper service Sunday afternoon. Supt. and Mrs. T. G. Burns and daughter. Betty, left Vednesday for Rockwell City, (heir former home, to visit a few days before going to Scranton for the re- remainder of their vacation. UNION SERVICE AT AUDITORIUM Churches to Co-Operate in Commemoration of Good Friday CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, will presenf'The Passion in Pictures" at the union commemoration of Good Friday to be held in the high school auditorium Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock with the Rev. Thomas B. Collins, pastor of the Methodist church, conducting the service. Members of the congregation ·ill join in singing hymns and the Rev. J. B. CaJhoun, pastor of the Congregational church, will conduct devotions. The Rev. S. M Stenby, pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran church, will give the benediction. The Rev. Mr. Kraiz will present e pictures in five groups, the first, the portrait group, including "The Light of the World" by Hoi- man Hunt," "The Boy Jesus" and "The Head of Christ" by Hoffman and "The Nazarene" by Todd. Miss Evelyn Johnson will sing "The Palms." The Passion week group will consist of "Christ Entering Jerusalem" by Dore, "Jesus Weeping Over Jerusalem" by Flandrin, Women" Taken in Adultery" by Dore, "The Tribute Money" by Titian and "The Last Supper," Da- Vinci. Mrs. Leland Jacobson will sing "This Is My Body." Pictures found in the garden group are: "Christ in the Garden" by Hoffman. "Could Ye Not Watch" by Bacon and "The Betrayal," Van Dyck. Pictures on the trial are: "Peter's Denial," "Christ Before Pilate" by Munckasey, "The Hemorse of Judas," Armitage; "Behold the Man," Ciseri, and "Ecce Homo," Guido Reni. Mrs. C.' A. Pease will sing "My Redeemer and My Lord." "The Way of the Cross," Berand; "Elevation of the Cross," Rubens; "Crucifixion," Munckasey, and "Descent From the Cross," Rubens, form the crucifixion group. Mrs. T. L. Sears and Mrs Arleigh Eddy will sing "Nailed to the Cross," as a duet. Pictures signifying the Risen Christ are: "Women at the Tomb," Enders; "Holy Women at the Tomb," Berereau, "Pilgrims at Emmaus," Rembrandt, and "The Ascension," Bierman. Bridge Clubs Hold Bi-Weekly Sessions; Prizes Are Awarded CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Verne Peterson substituted for Mrs. Peter Miller at a meeting of the Double Four Bridge club held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jens Wind. Mrs. Russell Arthur received high score prize, Mrs. Hermann Hansen, traveling, and Mrs. Fred Fankell, consolation. An Easter motif was used in table decorations and menu. Mrs. Arthur will be 'hostess in two weeks. Members of the Jolly Eight Card club met for luncheon with the Civic league at the Congregational church after which the women went to the "'ome of Mrs. A. C. Sater for playing. Mrs. Henry C. Anderson was substitute for Mrs. Will Scherf. Mrs Henry Curv-o will entertain April 18. Mrs. Dean Conyers and Mrs. Pat Lynch substituted for Mrs. Ralph Schneider and Mrs. Oscar Yohn respectively at a meeting of the D. and D. Bridge club at the home of Mrs. Shirley Kimball. Mrs. Chris Olson won high score prize, Mrs. Chris Casperson, low, and Mrs. Conyers, honor prize. A dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. Fred Heathershaw will entertain April 18. Penny Fine for rrofanity NEW ORLEANS, (UP.)--It costs the girls at Sophie Neu-comb col- lego a penny for every "cussword." An anti-profanity club installed boxes in the college's two smoking rooms and decreed t h a t a contribution was expected everj time a girl said something she shouldn't I Plan Lenten Service at Congregational Church Thursday, 7:30 CLEAR LAKE--"Thy Will Be Done" is the theme for the talk to be given by the Rev. J. B. Calhoun. pastor, at the Congrega tional church Thursday evening ii a special Lenten service. The choi will sing "It Was for Me" by Frisby Stickles. Members will be received into the church fellowship at this service, several are to be baptized and Holy Communion will be served. The pastor invites all members and friends of the church to be present Clear Lake Congratulates -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox, whose 26th wedding anniversary was April 5. Mrs. H. C. Peterson, whose 82nd birthday anniversary was April 5. Mrs. Paul Chapman, whose birthday anniversary was April 5 Mr. and Mrs. Scene Nielson whose 23rd wedding anniversary was April 5. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox, 200 West State street, who celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary April 5. Mr?. Elmer Olson, whose birthday anniversary was April 5. Miss Velma Jones, whose birthday anniversary was April 5. ConrralntaliniK i l r r n * a r r n c w httie t n r y art pnMithcd trillion! rtiarrr- If possible please p h n n e y o u r Itpnn to 23D the day before publication On Good Will Tour in U. S. China's pretty ambassador o£ saatl will, Miss Ya-Ching Lee, who is making an aerial tour of the United States, alights from her plane, The Spirit of New China, in Miami, Fla., after a flight from Boston. Third Round Must Be Cleared Early in City Table Play Third round pairings for single play in the Y. M. C. A.-Decker Brothers city table tennis tournament were announced Wednesday afternoon by Evron Karges, director of the meet. Matches must be played by noon Thursday, as quarterfinal contests are scheduled for Thursday night. The pairings: Winners- bracket--Ralph Dieckmann vs. Umer Snytfer, -Ftidie Jones vs. Ken Sweeney. Bill Pritchard vs. Clair Bcl- ows. Harold Switzer vs. Lyle Humphrey LeHoy Elwood vs. John Pritchard. Bobcrt Anderson vs. Jerri' Laushlin--Thompson winner,' Owen Holbrook vs. Gilbert Christiansen. Hay Clough, Jr., vs. Sterling Prusia. T-Osers 1 green bracket--Dutch Grobaty vs. Dick Farrer. George Nelson vs. Francis Brotnver. Charles Gasswint vs. Paul Pritchard, W. L. Walton vs. Dave Kaufman. Norman BarsneS-s vs. Reeves Hall Hal Lilley vs. Bob Servison. Pat Lauch- 1m vs. Bob Smith, Ted Olson vs. Dorf Orndorff. Losers' red bracket--Dick Crawrord vs arl Wilson. Norman Allison vs. Art Woodward. Izzy Tamres vs. Mickev MacDonald, Earl Waters vs. Herb "Dicch- mann. Charles Johnson vs. Al Tibeau. Mrs. Leon Hitzhusen. Mrs. Cecil Avise Pinch Hit for HDA CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Leon Hilz- husen, Cartersville, assisted by Mrs. Cecil Avise, Rockwell, county chairman of home project work, presented the April lesson for 12 leaders of Grant and Clear Lake townships at the home of Mrs. Clarence Trego for Mrs. Florence Zollinger Ferguson, H. D. A., who is ill in a Rochester, Minn., hospital. Study of a bulletin on constipation and o£ music selections preceded the health luncheon. In the afternoon discussion of bulletins on heredity and child health was held. Board Proceedings REGULAR JANUARY SESSION March G, lM/ SIXTH DAY The Board of Supervisors ot Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, met pursuant to adjournment in regu3ar session. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. and the roil beinc called there ivere present W. D. Gibson. Chairman, in the Chair, and the following named Supervisors: C, R. Fatten and R. D. Robbins. Absent: None. Minnies ot last meeting were read and approved. R e s o l u t i o n WTICTMF. Raymond Dawfon (s indebted to Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa, for certain personal taxes a.^c^cd in Gencseo Township for the year 1329. and in D ouch art v Township for the years 1910 to 1937. inclusive, which taxes amount to the Mim of JS3.40 without penalty and interest, and Wh crcas. it a p pea rs tha t the pa id taxes arc not coITeclible in full and are not R Hen against any real estate Now- Therefore. Be It Resolved fcy the Board ot Supervisors of Cenro Gordo County, Iowa, that upon the payment of the sum of S45.00 by Raymond Dau-jon to the Treasurer of Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa. tnc said taxcs. penalties and interest, shall be Jis- charpcd in fulL Motion was m,ide by Supervisor Palton. seconded by Supervisor Robbing, that th forepoing resolution be ^rtopJed. Motio carried, all members votinp aye, Rc.50* l u t l o n declared" adopted Ibis 7lh day of March. 1333. Keolotinn Whereas, on December 30, 1938. the Board ot Supcrx-isor? levied an asj=cs- mcnt against the NEV, SWV«. SE','« SW»i. SWVk SW','4. of Section 25-97-21 for the destruction of Noxious weeds, said assessment bctnjj based on a report of the County Weed Commissioner, and Whereas, t h e Commissioner now re-' ports an error was made in his report. 'ou% Therefore Be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Ccrro Gordo County. Iowa, t h a t the as.=cpsmcnt of 520.00 levied acain*t the NEV« SW 1 4 he cancelled and that (he assessment against »ic S\VU SW'.i. Sec 25-97-21 br reduced from $23.40 lo S15.60 Motion \vas made hy .Supervisor Robbin.':, secondfrf by Supervisor Patton. t h a t the forccoinc resolution be adopted Motion carried, all members voiinc aye Motion was made by Supervisor Rob- bins. seconded by Supervisor Patlon lhal the Board set and fix March 23. 1939. at 2 o'clock P. M.. as the day and hour to open bids submitted for the construction of the following designated P, W. A Projects: Grading: revision One-- isections 2 and 3. Graveling; Division Two-- Sections J and 4. The foregoing motion carried, all members voting aye. The Board authorized the cancellation ol the 1938 regular taxes payable In 1939 assessed against Lot 6, except the North GO feet thereof, in the subdivision of the NWMi NW/4. See. 13-96-21, assessed to Claus Hanson. The Board apportioned the 1938 assessment for regular taxes on Tract 3, Pme Ki'l Acres. Mason City, lowaT in accordance with the signed agreement of the ow-ners filed with the County Auditor March 6, 1939. The Board met in the matter of Drainage Districts Nos. 2B and 10. and levied an additional as$essment of $430 6"* on District No. 26 and $75.54 on District No 10, The Board approved the application for suspension of the 1933 regular taxes payable in 1539 assessed against- the following named persons and described properties: Lot 35. Block 5, West Haven Addition to Mason City. Iowa, assessed to Nellie Jones. Lots 1 and 4. Block 68, Meservey's Addition to .Mason City, Iowa, assessed to R. K. DeNeut. The Board approved the following official reports: County Engineer and his assistants for the months of December, 1938 and January, 1939; Steward o£ County Hom^ for the months of December, 1938, and January, 1939; County Superintendent for February. 1939; and F. E. Cromer, Tax Accountant, February. 1939, The Board postponed and adjourned e hearing on the reclassiftcalion and additional assessment of Drainage District No. 28. to April 3. 1939, at 1:30 o'clock. P. M. 1939. T Resolution whereas, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Is the owner and holder of certain Tax Sale Certificates, evidencing the sale of certain Jots in Home Park Addition to Mason City, Iowa, and Whereas, ihe said County Is about to mafce application for Tax Deeds on the said lots. Now Therefore Be- It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, that C. L. Loomer be and he is hereby appointed agent of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, for the purpose o£ sewing all notices required to be served i n conn eclion with the taking of said Tax Deeds. Be It Furtiier Resolved' lhat the said C, L. Loonier Is hereby directed to serve such notices as are required to be served in. connection with, the taking of the said Tax Sale Deeds. Motion was made by Supervisor Rob- 3ins. seconded by Supervisor Patton. that .he foregoing resolution bo adopted. Mo; ("o n carried, a II memb ers voting Aye, Resolution declared adopted this Gth dav of Alarcn, 1939. ^Motion was made by Supervisor Rob- ijifi5, seconded by Supervisor Pall on, that the payment of the claims o£ the persons as listed immediately following ije ratified, approved, and confirmed. Motion earned, all members voting Aye. Barlow, J. D., mlge. prob. officer 5 16.95 Barlow. James, assessor ......... 100.00 Blake. George A., D. C. Reporter 232.-10 C.M. St. P. P. RH.. freight on fuel ................. - ........ 169 19 Clark. C. F.. bailjf/. D. C ........ 72-00 County Treasurer, witness, jurors, bounties Thompson O'Neil Co., supplies ct, h£e.j»heat. pit Wolfram, Thee Jr., township trustee Wormhoudt Oil Co., fias and oil sheriff car Crescent Printing Co., OAP expense blanks . W. Egfiers Printing Co... supplies Hathorn Motor Parts Co., repair sheriff car ........ Iowa Shoe Brokerage, clothing jail Thomas Machine Co,, repair jail CJear Lake Reporter, publication board proceedings CJear Lake Mirror, publication hoard proceedings Klipto Loose Leaf Co., office supplies, books Mason City Globe-Gazette, publications P. G. E. Co., g3s and light's Christenson, Ed., sheriff car expense Phalen, Tim R., board pris" wash i wait, on, trans Hall, Luella, help auditor .... Mason City A u t o Body Repair, repair sheriff ear Veeeli Transfer Co., freight ! . . . " McDonald. Dr. J. E, f cor. inn No. 8G1 to 872, inc. P. G. E. Co., commodity, sewing Knapp, Calla. rent Adams Drug Co., medicine Allison Coal Co., fuel American Optical Co., glasses .! Andersen Grocery Co.. provisions Anderson Lumber Co., fuel Angus Coal Co., fuel . . . . Artie Coal Co., fuel Ashlahd, A. O.. provisions Ashland, L. E,, provisions .... A p Tea Co., 201 N. Fed., provisions Atlas Meat Market, provisions Bachllor. Raymond, rent Bailey. Florence, sewing, provisions T. S. Baken Coal Co.. iuel 63350 4-1.57 80.00 39,80 100 12.50 5,50 1.25 702 S3 96.00 48.00 197.69 96.00 .......... Cromer, F. E., tax acct., and help auditor ................... , ..... Frahm, Peter. Jr., assessor ...... Gilpin. Keith, transportation , . HaH. C. W.. supplies .......... Holder. R. E., D. C- reporter .. Jefferson Transportation Co., transportation ..... ; ........... Jenkins. James, road expense . . Kane, Joseph, P.. grain ........ Kehm. F. A.. M. C. Dept Assessor Leonard, Wm., assessor ........ Loomis, Paul N., 'Del. tax collector .......... : ...... . , , , , . ...... McGuiro, R. A., dep. assessor .... MacPeak, S, H., reg. \-ital statistics ............................ Mason Publishing Co.. book ____ Mellang, Chas, K., fireman htg. plant ....................... ... Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.. ^phone and tolls ................ Northern Oil Co.. road expense . Northern Oil Corp.. road expense 22.35 Fatten, C. R.. Supervisor ...... Railway Express Co., PWA Proj. No, 1-J3B-F ................... Railway Expre.-^ Agency, express Robbins. R, D.. Supervisor ...... Roderick. Si. E., assessor ...... Schanke. A. M.. postmaster .... Stoan, Chas., grain ....... ...... Stale of Iowa, road expense. ___ Stevens. J. C.. repair furniture -. J53,40 32.00 7.00 82.25 44.49 3.50 . . -. . Tait. Lloyd B.. D. C. Reporter 230.00 T. B. Eradication ............. . 138.2.1 ThicJen, Lillian E., old age pension ............................ 1.43 Thomas. B. R.. assessor .. ........ 9R.OO Weland. Andrew, assessor ....... 12.00 Wells. C. E., road expense ____ .. 2.224.61 Wood. Lock, fox bounty ....... 3.00 On motion of Supervisor Robbins. seconded by Supervisor Pallon. the following bills n gainst the cou nty were a p- proved and allowed, and the County Auditor was Instructed to draw warrants in payment thereof. Motion carried. Ayes; Supervisors Patton, Robbins and Gibson. Nays: None. Motion carried. Gioson. W. D.. Supervisor ____ § 169.00 American Lair Book Co.. book .. lO.OO Boyd, Max, office equipt. ...... 3.06 Boomhowcr Hardware Co.. repair Jail. ct. hse ................ . . . . 5,19 Butler. William P.. compensalion trustee o( minor . , ....... ... 10. Do Cadwell Transfer and Storage Co., drayagc ...................... . J2-S3 Carroll. W. P.. trustee ... ........ 4.00 Churchill Manufacturing Co., supplies ................... ____ 12.98 Clear Lake Mirror, publication board proceedings ............. 36.30 Co-Mo Photo Co.. supplies ..... 2.20 Cooper, Mrs. Margaret, help Supt. 63.25 County Recorder, recording instrument ....... , .............. .50 Daniels, Joe. gas and oil sheriffs 1.33 6.22 Darlcy, W. S. and Co., supplies , Da row Shell Service, gas sheriff car ......................... 9.19 Decker Brothers, supplies jail .. 14.75 DCS Aloines Sanitary Supply Co., supplies court hse. : ............ 15.30 Dtcrcks. Fred C, clerk ........ .. 4.od First Methodist Church, rent. . 10.00 Fisher Typewriting Co,, OAP expense ......................... FJeminp, E, E., M. C. Deputy assessor . ; ............... ........ 96.0Q Folsom Auto Co., repair sheriff car ......... ............ . ..... Harrington. J. F.. trustee ....... 4.00 Harroun. A. W.. assessor.' ........ S.OQ Hoiishton Mifflin Co. T school books . . ....... . ............ ,, 5.1 Hubcr, H. J., trustee ........... 12,00 Kumph-cy. J. R.. trustee ...... fl.OO Hal!. Luclla. other help auditor 4G/»5 Johnson. Mrs. Joy R., other help Treas.. auto dept, . . . . . . 13.75 Kirk Service Garage, sheriff, car repair .................... ..... Klipto Loose Loaf Co., supplies 33.04 Laurel Book Co. T school books 2.91 Loomis. Paul N,. tax collector 179.51 Lorenicn. Martin C,, trustee . , - . 4.00 Loring Supply Co-., OAP expense supplies ---- ................... 5,35 MacMillan Co. Publishers, school books ............ , ............. 5.96 Mason City Tent and Awning Co., equipment jail .............. 3I.flO The Merkcl Co.,- supplies ..... 2.24 Monroe Calculating Machine Co., office equipt ............. 16.00 L.-A. Moore Lbr. Co.. repair court hou=e ........ ..... .......... Nelson. Ed., township clerk ____ . Nelson. Airs. Ed., other help Supt. 5.50 Orctitt. Glen, clerk ............ 14.00 Prescription Shop, medicine . - 1.02 Prusia Dillon Co,, clothing Jail 2.50 G. A. PueSEc], trustee ...... .... 8.00 C. A. PucjJEcU trustee ..... _____ 8.00 Scott Forcsman Co., school books ............. . ......... .. 8.46 Shipley Printing Co.. supplies ., 19.63 L. C. Smith : Corona Typewriter Inc.. office equipt. ... Stork. Jacob, township trustee .. ·I.OO Sumner, Joe. clothing jail . . 60.60 S R Chevrolet Co., Inc.. repair s h e r i f f car ............... 5.68 Shrphcrrt. Ralph S., court house supplies , ................... 1,02 Standard Oil Co., oil, gas and oil. 5hcr. car ............... . Stucland Electric Co.. supplies .. J2.I4 Thomas, Hazel V., visit schools.. 18.50 'astern Union Co., lelcgrams '" Drug Co.. medicine jail 3eemer, Dr. Horace S., dentist Beerman. H. W., provision? Beloit Chlldrens Home, care juveniles ...Block Coal Co,, fuel .. . Bonn, Carl W., transportation Boomhower Hardware Co. sun- p!ies Boot. Mrs. J. E., care .'.'..'] Britvcn Grocery, prov isi ons.... Buehler-Bishop, provisions Burmeister Grocery, provisions Busy Bee. clothing 3utz. E. E., provisions 3y-RiJe Grocery, provisions .... 3ahalan Grocery, provisions .... Gal vert. Mrs. Chester, care "ahalan Grocery, provisions ., -ary Grocery, provisions .. ... :artersville Supply Co.. fuel . Carver, Belle, care :asey Drug Co., medicine- ..'.'. -avanaugh, Catherine, allowance -entral Food Market, provisions ^hamplin Refinmg Co. fuel Chapln O'Neil Coal Co.. fuel Chicago Meat Grocery Co., provisions Christian Home Orphanage care juvenile Barrett Bros., provisions .^.11!." ·Clark, Mrs. Perle, care ' ~Uear Lake Grain Co.. fuel teveland Grocery, provisions ,, Community Store, provisions .. Consolidated Coal Coke, fuel .. Convent of the Good Shepherd, care , Corner Drug Store, medicine ... CoyJe Grocery; provisions Coyne Electrical School, allowance Curtis Grocery, provisions .... Ra le Grocery, provisions .. Rate Groccrj-. provisions ,, Damons Inc., clothing . , Deur. Dr. S. J., doctor .!.!!!.. Earl's Fruit Market, provisions ., j. A. Eddy Lumber Co., f u e l .. EriekEOn. Mrs. Ivor, care juvenile Evfa Market, provisions Family Welfare Assn. of America, supplies Farm Products, provisions . Farmers Lumber Co.. C. L., fuel Farmers Inc. Co-Op. Soc., Burch Iuel Farmers Inc. Co-Op. Soc., Doujrh " fuel , Farmers Co-Op Co.. *Manly."fuei Farmers Elevator Co.. M. C., fuel Farmers Co-Op Co., Ply., fuel Farmers Co-Op Co.. Rwl.. fuel Farmers Inc. Co-Op Soc., Sheff.. · fuel Fekkcrs, Nellie, allowance ...\\ Ford Hopkins Co,, medicine f o r e s t Park Grocers', provisions Fox. IV. W.. rent Franchere. Dr. C. M.. doctor Funk. Edna, care George's Grocery, provisions .... Getting. Mrs. L. A., trans, juvenile Gibson. Dr. C. D.. doctor GiJdner'.T, clothing Gilpin. K. C.. mlge. investigator Goldlhorpe. Bertha, rent Graham. E. F., rent Green Coal Co.. fuel D, W. Grippcn Co.. commodity.. Grupp, Car), provisions C. Grupp Market, provisions - . aKKcrty. Mrs, Elizabeth, care juvenile, medicine - . Hanson. Oluf T. Co.. provisions Hartman Dairy, provisions Hauver. Hattic. tent HauEcn. Mrs. Wai lie. rent Hay. Ethel, care Heideman. Dr. H. F., doctor Hclpan. Ida O,, rent Hermanson Brother?, provisions.. Hickox. Mrs. Lulu, care . Hill. Mrs. Jas.. care Hollingshcad. A, E., fuel Hull Grocery, provisions Humphrey. Mrs. C. N.. rent .... Humphrey Grocery, provisions .. Jnckson, Wm.. rent . . . James Grocery, provisions .... Jcsperson Grocery, provisions Jmdrich. J. C.. fuel Johannessen. Carl, rent Jones. Dr. H. K.. dentist J ohnson -Geer. provisi ons Kay. Mrs. Dclbcrt, care Kelroy. Jonn, fuel Kime. J. W., M. 'D,, care institution Kirk Scrvj ce. car expense .... Kropman. J., provisions Larson, Mrs, Tillje. rent Leader Grocery, provisions Lomen Grocery, provisions ,,,,.,, Love Grocery, provisions McCnuley. L. J.. rent , McCauley, Paul. Transportation Mabb. D. 5., provisions Mac's Food Store, provisions .. Major Randall Funeral Home. burial, trans. ,- , Major. Tom. rent ..., ,. Maso n City Loan In v. Co., rent . Mason City Loan : Investment Co.. rent Meany. Dr. J. p., medicine The Mcrkel Co.. sewing .... .. Meyer Funeral Home, burial. trans. ... Mid-Continent Petr. Corp., fuel .. Miller Grocery, fuel, provisions Milo's Cash Store, provisions MJd-Ccmtincni Pctr. Corp.. fuel MitchrJI Grocery, fuel Moore. A. T. rent Morcy Grocery, fuel .. , , Moron cy Grocery, provisions .. Morris Food Slore. provisions . Mott. O. J.. rent Mulicn, J, J, Grocery, provisions Ncibcrgall Brolhcrs, provisions.. Nelson Grocery, pro visi ons .... Ncttlcton. Thos. A., dentist .... Nielsen, Anna, car expense .... Nelson, Norman, fuel Northern Lumber Co.. fuel O'Hcarn. Frank C.. investigator milca go .· O'Meara Grocery, provisions ..... Pa^c S= Crane Lbr. Co., fuel -. U A. Page Lbr. Co.. fuel John PalHs Grocery, provisions Park Hospital Clinic, hospital- Ization Palo Allo Hospital Assn.. hospitalization , Patterson. Ethel, sewing Patterson. Mrs. G. L.. care J. C. Penney Co.. M. C., clothing J. C, Penney Co.. Ft. Dodce, clothinc Peshak, F. A,, fuel , Peterson. Dr.. A. J., doctor .... Peterson Drug Co.. medicine .. Peterson. Dr. R. \V., medicine .. Pickworth, F. F., provisions .. Please U Grocery, provisions ,. Pool. Frank, provisions Porter. Mabel, care Potgcler Grain Co.. fuel . , , Powers, Dr. Vv. K.. doctor .. . Putnam. W, S.. miscl Prescription Shop. m«d. sup. del. hosp. . Quality Fruit M a r k e t , provisions Rachut, E, A., provisions Raizes, Sam, provisions, rent .. l.oa 4.00 2.06 in.n 22.14 2.57 9.IB 13.36 S.70 3.52 1H.43 86.36 199.61 427.51 478.86 2.15 9.75 .55 2.37 7.00 19.70 4G.-U 31.56 12.95 14.28 3,05 4.85 8.93 12.00 55.89 7.00 15.76 3.57 14.00 27.25 293-00 164.22 9.60 .21 42.35 136.48 33.30 Sa.SD 3.25 17.13 30.80 7.D5 16.00 7.95 57.80 14.28 16.00 26.41 20.00 24. OS 4.16 67,83 132.00 28,55 29.00 21.42 30.60 18.16 24.99 20.00 36.0 L 35.30 20.01 12.24 49.69 1B4.93 1.33 26. 25 24.77 7.14 12.00 216.40 1.00 12.30 4C.-11 7.13 10.71 ^.14 82.11 35.70 33.70 10, 68 5.00 11.64 I3.4R 5.00 50.00 28.00 23.83 8.00 B.OO 21.98 47.15 7.00 0.00 1GR.OI 9.63 3.06 3.16 66.04 1.2! 7.00 15.00 22,00 11.00 n.OO 25.11 28.00 7,00 2,33 5.30 9.00 28.38 7.00 21.62 5.11 7.14 7.00 14.50 104.95 25.00 14.28 65.00 , 15.03 22.43 9.00 39. OS 14.55 7. BO 7.0 D S.fX) 30.18 2K15 24.18 14.00 7.00 12.20 234.61 85.60 1.76 2R.14 32.R4 1.76 13.25 7. on 10. s 43.5 1 80.43 7.00 3.16 37.3: 10.60 3.00 1-25 4.79 14.28 77.30 10,61 46.41 46.41 650.65 59.73 2.50 37.50 46.35 7.08 12.64 3.8.7 2.24 4,1.00 33.00 20.SO 21-13 3,00 6.63 50.00 39.65 . 6.12 531.56 Reardon, John, rent Jleese Grocery, provisions Reliable Implement Co.. fuel .. Reuucr, Dr. R. N., medicine Rhol], Mrs. Hilda, care, supplies Riehm. Laura, rent Robinson, A. J., transportation Rockwell Hospital, hospital, medicine Sose, Mrs. Irene, -care .......... Ryan, Mrs. Dan, rent ., St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, hospital Schermerhorn Dairy, provisions.. Schwab Grocery, provisions Senneff Grocery, provisions ,. Shepherd, Ralph S,, rent Sinclair Refining Co.. fuel ...... C. Smith Grocery, provisions.... Smith, Jas. F., allowance Smith, Rita, allowance Solherg Son, provisions ,..* Sterling Coal Co,, fuel Sunny Crest Sanatorium, care institution Sunnyslope Sanatorium, care in- stitulion Sweetser Food Market, provisions Schnable, Mrs. Will, rent Enyder Grocery, provisions .... Snyder, Mrs. Jim, care Eondrol Co.. provisions Tatman. Ida, sewing ,,,,. Tenny Grocery, provisions Thompson O'Ketl Co., provisions Thrill Way Grocery, provisions United Fruit Co., provision-; ... University Drujf Service, medicine Van Every, C.eo., rent Wagner Coal Co., fuel Walgreen rjrug Co.. medicine .... Walsh, Blanche, rent Wass. airs. J. E., care Waterloo Fuel Co., fuel West Hart Lumber Co., fuel .... WiJhite, F. K.. rent willson Grocery, provisions .... Wilson, Dr. H, I., dentist Winter, Airs. Ted., rent Wolf Bros. Coal Co., .1 uel Mi«r Wolf Sons Inc.", commodity, sewing Woodford Wheeler Lbr. Co., c. L. fuel , Woodford Wheeler Lbr. Co., Garl ner. fuel Woodford Wheeler Lbr. Co, Thorn., fuel '. Woodford Wheeler Lbr. Co.. Vent fuel .'; Yankovich. Pete, rent !!." Yotingblood. J. B., rent Zimmerman, Miss Estella, clothing Consolidated Coal Co.. fuel ... Cerro Gordo County Medical Soc., doctors contract Crystal Lake Ice Fuel Co., fuel , Crescent PrintlnB Co.. supplies!! F. \V. Eggers Printing Co., supplies · " t Western Union Co., telegrams Weed Drug Co.. medicine Carl Grtipp Food Shop, prov. det. hosp. '- G. A: E. Co., sewing, commodity Johnson i Geer, provisions ...." Hsrmanson Brothers, prov., det. Prescription Shop, med. "deV. hosp, Lyons Laundry, laundry det. C. Grupp Food Market, prov*. det. hosp Farmers Lumber Co., fuel Bocardus. Ray R., PWA Pro], No. 1493-F . Long. Edward, const Webster Lumber Inc., const Farmers Co-Op. Soc.. Rwl, const. Wilson Road Machinery Co., main. J. D, Adams Co., maint. Amendt's Hardware, maint. .... Anshutz, R. A., maint Barclay, Paul V., maint, .,....., Beu Sons, maint Boomhou-er Hardware Co.. maint. Brown Co.. Herman M.. maint. Bruchner's Garage. mainL Central Auto Electric Co.. maint. Clear Lake Ind. Telephone Co., maint , , Joe Cook Oil Co., maint.' !.."!!. Comer Drug Store, maint. Crane Company, maint Daniels. Joe. maint Davis Auto Radiator Repair, maint. f Donnelly Service Co., mainL'.'"* G. A. Eddy Lbr. Co.. maint. "Farmers Lumber Co., C. L., maint. Farmers Telephone Co., Hwl., maint , Fullerton Lbr. Co.. maint. ...!.. Cibijs Cook Tractor Equipt. Co., maint. Griesemer Leather Store, maint. Ideal Sand L Gravel Co.. maint. International H a r v e s t e r Co., maint Iowa Public Service Co., maint". Jackson, Art. maint Jacoby Battery Electric Co., maint . .., Keuffel Zc Esser, maint Lien Nelson, maint McGowan Sheridan, maint. .., "agncto Speedometer Electric Service, maint arston, flroJor Parts, maint Merchants Motor Freight Co., maint Mid-Continent Pelr. Corp., maint. Miner. A. J.. mainL National Refining Co., maint. .. Page ft Crane, maint Ray E, Pauley Co.. maint Hay E. Pauley Co.. maint. Reliable Implement Co.. maint. RoUe Products Co., maint Sieg Mason City Co.. maint Shelly Oil Co.. maint Tatum Hardware Co.. maint Waterloo Construction Co.. maint. Wells. C. E., maint Woodford Wheeler Lbr. Co., Farmers Co-Op. 5oc., maint!'!..." Hathom Motor Parts Co.. maint. Thomas Machine Co., maint. ... Cerro Gordo County, maint. . . P. G. E. Co.. maint Davenport Besler Corp.. maint. P. G. E. Co.. maint Klaaspon, George, district court 5.00 10.61 32.13 9,25 15,30 8.00 27.60 ni,67 . 9.009.00 901,34 5.15 15.90 28.3 7.00 8.77 37.29 25.00 10.00 10.20 57.52 130.00 330.00 36.4X 6.00 37 .9$ 5.00 53.B7 2.50 12.24, 15.40 17.34 13.05 3,92 8.00 53.55 6.95 9.00 211.25 5,71 1428 26.00 10 20 15.00 7 oo 46,61 300.00 23 5« 3 57 n 35 7.00 6,00 10 00 14 28 1 740 50 ^44 19 ~ 332 261 10 .23 104 39.63 12 .39 J23.39 3213 50|70 JO 00 3.52 1.65 8,386.01 8.08 8 42 lo 15 J1271 42^00 23 13 5407 ' 6 43 40040 0.50 492 2(j'B3 4 SO 277.75 204 31 24 75 3 29 13!oO 93.55 9.00 102 14,87 a.77 9.04 7 34 53^23 7.91 25.73 25 73 151 2.54 223.69 24.09 6.73 2' 82 11.70 3,00 25 10 5,20 36.83 2,310.34 2.10 B0.33 33,86 44.54 51139 15 66 7 47 7.47 63.00 13,26 20 00 ......................... Cerro Gordo Cafe, jury meats .. Williams, J. E.. defend, prisoner Zcbker. Raymond, defend, prisoner .......................... Park Hospital Clinic. Investiga- ti On ...... , ....... _ ........... _ Phillips. Dr. A, B.. cost of commit. Inj. No. 888 ............. Boomhowor Hardware Co., equip*, Casey Drug Co., medicine ....... Central Soap Co., supplies . ..... Joe Cook Oil Co.. gas : oil .... Crane Co., fixtures ....... , ..... . Damon's Inc., clothing .......... Donnelly Service Inc.. machinery Farm Service Company, supplies Fullerton Lumber Co.. repairs .. Huntington Laboratories Inc. supplies ... ................ International Harvester Co machinery ........................ Iowa Tea Co.. provisions ........ Lyons Laundry, supplies ...... McGowan Sheridan, repairs machinery, cloth, equipt Maroncy. John F.. supplies .,.."."" Mason City Lumber Co.. repairs Mason City Millwork Co.. repairs Meyer Funeral Home, trans. . . . Rnrk Hospital, medical care . Pritchard Motor Cn.. machinery J. C Puth Co.. figures ...... . tiam Raizes, clothinc St. Joseph's Mercy HospitsY, medical care ............... Scaver. J, B.. supplies ,.,.,.. ..'. Sondrol Co.. provisions .......... Webster Lumber Inc.. repairs . .. Western Grocer Co., supplies provisions . ........... r J ", ^"1' ,,* S T° ns C °- '='°* in ~K Crystal Lake Ice i Fuel Co., fuel ....................... Iowa Shoe Brokerage, clothing .. P. C. E. Co.. lights Brisbir.p. Dr. R. E.. c*. phys l ns Trans. No. 633 ..... . . , M Ftepatrick. D H., ally . Ins ; J ' M Trans. No. 838 . . . 3 nn B u t l l c m n n . Jess. wit. Ins. Trans' · No. S33 .............. ' ., .. Phalen. Tim R.. trans. ...". ..... 1770 Brisbinc. Dr. R. E.. phys. in'sl Trans. No. 869-50-91 on,, Fitzpatricfc. D. H.. any! "in,' 3M Trans. No. 859-90-91 . Grovor. am. Forest, wiincii Ins., Trans. No. 890 . .. Stam. Dr. V. c.. ex. phyj. ' ins! Trans. Ko. B39-W-91 . Ha)!. Lucite. re-3*smt. costs Xa 23, 10. 1. 36 . . . '"· .. Pa»L«n. Jtns. repair D."b" iii ^9? Anderson. A. C.. repair D n 111 %?] Molion M-SS marie bv Supervisor n!* bins seconded by Sfpi^TpM^'n.^J !ho Board arijnurn lo meet March 11 J|4 Motion carried, all member votine Ay'; -,. W. D. GIBSON, ATT Es T 9 n " lrm " n ' BMr1 o' Supervisors. ARTHUR HARRIS Auditor. 10 00 ' 729 14*40 37.13 6iU8 555 ' 8850 22LOO 53 go j g g s 651 5M 1500 7400 ' 31 47 lilt ' C8gs ' D on · in . on

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