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THE KALONA NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950 Of Jean Baume, t. salary ...... 2u0.00 Mary 11uoer. sa*~r~v ....... Z~,.00 ~lal'y 'l'scUailtl. salary .... 103.22 Sadie Davlson. sala*'y ..... 120.00 i%iaude l,oelilei', salary 117.50 ~al'u~iA ILeiililcK. s~tl~try ____ IU0.00 ~t~,~l'~k, el'lLe ~i~Llt~el'. salary __ b6.50 blal'tlia ~,v alKel'. ~la.IT .... 54.50 ~Va Liau el'. si~iai" ~' _ ........ INS.00 .~eliie l_Joddel', sal~l'y ...... 184,50 Ol' iviaicellv, iviassoll, salalLv .... 117.00 lviLirt:ilct~ lⅈil, sahtr.v ..... 104.33 Mclva C~sguw. salary .... 48.00 ,Nettiv tsur~. ~iai y ....... 153.50 %~'lillla lieilniali, ~tttttl'y .... ~3.00 Lsonni~ lx~liiP~, salary ...... 134,50 Maril) n j)aLIL, sailtl'y ..... 46.00 ttattie .~Jct.uuneli. s~tllll'y _- 49.50 Altlia %1 trite, salary _ -- 10.50 Loi'r~tlli~ l-ilie~4'ei', sa|al~-_-- 16,00 X~llie Crutl. sal~ ....... 23.35 Lulu Gallaglier, ~I'.~," ---- 86.25 Elizabetii L~in;~ery.~.lary -- i75.U0 Mac ~nockley. ~v.lttl'y ...... IU2.00 Mary 1)ailv. salary ........ 105.00 Frank t)a~ly,, salary ...... Ii5.00 [ Lucllle l,'lltZ, salary ...... 100.00 Riiua t~4dlnick, sa lat'y .... 100.UU Etta lt~eve~, salal'y ....... 10~).00 Hattie Kessell, ~alary .... 100.00 Claude Dickersun. salary -- Z00.O0 Dale Goff. salarv ....... 175.00 Geim Smith. salary ........ 165.U0 Mttzie bNsller, s~.l;~l'v ...... 113.40 ignilna ltarnet t salal~ .... 184.50 Bernice t'~rr, s~tlary _ ..... 94.00 Zehnlt }lu~iles. salary ..... 25.00 Mae Stokes. salar~ ........ 76.20 ,Anler. llusu. Supply, suPl.- 875.31 A, S. Aloe Co.. salary 85.53 Abbott Laboratories. drug's-- 7~.58 Bauer & Black, supPt ..... 34.10 Bolton & Hay. suppl ....... 23.99 Oscar Collett. hauling .... 12.50 Colonial Bakin~ Co,, bread 29.60 Cont. Car Na Var Corp., sunpl. 71.2~" corn BelU--;~J~J,- -~rm~. Tt~rkev .................. 22.52 47.64 Crune's Market m'ov ...... 442.66 t~D1. 280.22 Carson Plbg. & Htg. repairs 947.85 1,50 Diamond Alkali o.r sUDDI. -- 162.13 9.89 Duncan Laboratories, fees__ 20.00 -- 40.00 .... 1.99 ~'ields Motor Co.. o~gen -- 50.97 37.44 Farrell Office Supply, su0pl. 44.58 --- 4.44 Freshwater Feed Store. soft- ener .................... 70.38 1.12 Gilbert & Cnossen. labor 43.50 matrl .................... 257.96 17.68 Grecian Jewelry Store. ReD. clock .................... 3.65 -- 2.62 Gen. Else. Corn. X-ray suPl~l. 56.24 4.06 .30 J" I. Holconlb Mf~. Co. suppl. 57.80 Home Lumber (20. material 20.43 15.50 Humble Produce. Eggs .... 44.83 10.00 Chas. Kennedy. Ins. Prem. _ 46.31 ,92 R. L. Lvtle. Prov ........... 20.20 4.74 Robert Lloyd, Rent ........ 7.00 100.96 Ledgers Store. Range. heater 187.42 10.92 McKesson & Robbins. drugs 121.28 Mills Hosil. Supply Co. ~pl)l. 41.~96 Midland Laboratories. drugs 13.54 6.12 M. A. MeKay Co., suppl. _ 1(1.36 9.40 McDaniel Drug Store. drugs_ 335.71 27.54 Ntcola & Harmon. suppl. ._ 8.32 5.10 Otis Elevator Co. service _ 59.75 90.32 13.49 J" C. Penner Co. SUlnil ...... 7.42 - Pioneer Drug Store. Primer 1.56 249.44 Peters Hardwaxe, suppl. __ 22.43 12.75 Peterson Bakin~r Co bread _ 32.28 5,$~t Physicians Becord Co, sUl)ol. 15.04 Rhoads & Co. suppl ........ 34.74 54.86 Will Ru~s~ Inc. su0pl ..... 170.66 81.00 Parks Davis & Co. dru~s __ 219.28 29.19 John Sexton & Co, prey. __ 218.65 Esther Squire, Dettv cash__ 22.39 272.20 State University of Iowa. -- 4.54 Fees ..................... 15.00 6.65 Standard Chem. Co. druffs 8.73 310.26 Sl(hvel] lee Cream Co. Ice .... 41.25 cream .................. 115.15 ~e-r-~ 281.04 Speedway Food Store. chick- ens ...................... 106.78 34.43 U-Save Market. orov ....... 127.11 256.50 U. S. Industrial Chem. Alco- hol ...................... 25.92 69.28 if" T. Ure. Co. tile labor __ 230.61 144.56 UpJohn Co. drugs ......... 9.72 280.00 Wash. Fruit Market. prey. 222.13 24.46 Wash. Dairy. milk ...... ~_ 185.95 112.59 Wilson Coal Co. Ice. fuel .... 342.56 97.55 Wr'ash" Transfer, freight ___ 9.70 160.86 M&~'A]ROE 2.08 ffklamite (?o. Grease ....... 5.10 61.56 Myron Burrou~'hs, rock .... 152.25 3.00 James V. Bell Co. parts __ 12.22 76.10 B & O Firestone. tires .... 369.74, 48.00 Paul Beard. rock .......... 396.27 .... 40.21 Gerald Crow. renalrs ....... 8.25 -- 57.33 Central Bearings Co. bear. 175.55 109.59 ConDock Quarry Prod. Co. 790.00 rock ...................... 1302.4.~ County Auditor. petty cash _ 18.75 Paul DeLong rock ........ 43.68 g0.00 Dillon SharDs & Co. rock __ 502.6R 135.38 Ward Edwards. file saws 5.00 36.72 Lloyd F. Edwards. rock ..... 52.44 17.68 R/ley Orecian rock ....... 32.77 .... 1.71 Oilmere & Long, storage, gas 54.80 30.00 Orlfflih Oil Co tras ........ 8.55 .... 77.50 Farmers Store, brooms .... 2.38 35.00 Fenn lmpiement. ~rt~ 25.~2 Fields Motor Co. Acty, Oxyg. 25.81 67.32 ~'lre CorD. Firex ............ 16.22 40.00 Freshwater Coal & SupPly. 2i.00 coal ..................... 160.01 30.00 Fridays. reoairs __ 134.20 150.00 Don M. Hayes. rock----~[[__ 1707.2~ 73.85 Ffazelett Bros. gas ........ 62.25 l~ter-State Otl Co. oil 84.00 9,75 Industrial Towell Se rvl'c~ 21).40 towels ................... 6.10 50.00 Iowa Ma,chlnery & Supply, 62.00 nuts. bolts .............. 16.39 64.11 Johnson Co. bridge reprs._ 79.81 20.00 Ralnh Kauffman. rock .... 187.50 20.00 Fred Kucera, rock ........ 3.83 84.0~ Maurice Krablll. rock ...... 20.12 1.08 Iz~tser Const. Co. rock .... 113.44 Chas, E:oloslck. rock ...... 88.07 16.04 Henry Kauffmhn. rock .... 21.42 Mo~e Levy. shaft .......... 1.00 Wlllard Mapel~ mlige ..... 5.60 Malleys Tire Shop, gas. oil 15.61 ~Illls Auto Service. repairs 19.76 30.60 Midway Oil Co. p'ss oil ..... 389.~0 Martin Roasa Tractor Co. 151.31 parts .................... 2797.01 Mace Motor Co., Darts .... 45.86 713.87 Millers Garage. harts ..... 35.35 Morrow Standard Service. 201.80 tires, gse .............. ~g 30 32.22 Mid-Cont. Petr. CorD. ~a~ oil 236.47 Oldfield & Wade. parts .... 8R.g.~ Ptr~er Grain & Milling, coal _ 11.,~g Peters Hardware. bolts .... 4.,~7 1Wtlton Ros.~, rock ......... 78.10 Richmond Sales - Service 90.00 gas oil ................. R4.71 226.84 William Richard. rock ..... 5n.75 $4.42 Robert Roberts. 'rock ...... - 58.67 ~ River Products Co., rock 283.61 - 65.00 Ross Motor Service, parts service .................. 7.68 Robinson Oil Co. ~as. o11_-- 83.8~ ~rOd L. Stewart tools, bdw. 35.86 ~0.3~ Poobsrt ~tenhens, rock ...... t5.~1 8.00 Standard Oil Co fnel 60.?.~ Sorrell A,,to Parts. renalrs-- 24.30 118.70 Snan On Tools Corn. toole -- 4.88 l~arrv B. Sowden doors -- 25.2~ Sle~-Ott,,mwa Co. parts .... 40.83 Snlder D-~f Station. tires, gas ~2.~0 Shell o-t7-~,--~u~f---------------- s42.06 5.90 Smart ;mn]ement Co. parts ~4.~ 20.00 SItlex,~ Auto Parts, naris -- 1.~.~6 The Tboma~ Co. compound .. 6~.26 ,Tohn Thereon. w~lding .... o or. 124.08 "l~rl City Blue Print, prints _ 4.96 40.80 -Puckerc~,t C~evro]et, parts, 24.48 sere. : .............. ~ .... 157.96 17.9~ Valley Bolt Co. cad screws_ 4.23 $~.~0 Vlc's ~4ome Appliance, reDrs. 1.25 Wenman Lumber Co. |br. -- 4.49 ~elin Corrugating Co. pipe 3860.50 Wfllits Motor Co. parts .... 166.72 Wade & Goodwin. parts --- 107.98 Approval wa.~ given to the fol- lowing, claims: 47.42 20.00 po st masterlY. ~O~st.]~A_ _Zm_ ? _1~_ - $ 80.00 75.00 OOllYm'I"Y POOll - o 00 Postmaster, D0st~" ........ ~ -. 2~4.21 Count:,- ~ome RePo~rt for January 282.08 1950 was accepted and approved, t ! 259.50 The annual and ~narterly repor for period endlmr Dec. 3] 194q of 16.00 1:L W. l~llmore. J. P. of Brt:bion --- 64.00 was accented and approved. 16.00 Adjourned subject to call nf the Chairman. 25,00 ROBERT S, W~HLTF,. Chairman 50.00 Board of ~nr~ervisors 10.00 At/ear" FRED BOITRGECtIS, Coun- tY Andlto," 41.50 6.60 ~ROOH1~D1"~rr~,q O1" ~OAItD 01' 22.25 lll[TlIH:ltlrll!lOl!tSl OW K'IITllsDaY, V. 1950 75.00 he Board of Supervisors met 22.50 on call of the Chairman with Super- visors VZerte, FultOn and Morrow .... 29.92 present. Mlnutes of the meeting of Febru- ary 7th 1950 were read and approy- ~d. Claims against the County were presented and the Auditor was au- thorized to issue warrants in pay- ment of same as hereafter listed ~m0Hv.'r.&.WB01~ C. B. Akers. Aud. of State audit. .................. $ 1254.50 Co. Treast~rer, bounty .... 171.25 Co. Auditor, petty cash ~-L 1.50 Dutch Creek Com. As~'n grave up-keep ......... 44.00 J. EL Ebert & Sons, molto 34.99 Fl~lhwatenl. opal ....... 104~9 met with Sup- and Mor- the meet- ad January were author- t baylneut of SUol. $ 832.57 9.78 156.71 5.61 --- 100.00 1.31 67.73 56.10 Supl. 81.00 --- 110.19 16.32 5.40 276.14 5.40 18.30 18.25 167.24 sul~l. 174.09 306.20 45.04 .... 6.30 .-.__. %%%~: sapL re- Farrell's Office Supply. supl .................... 4.85 l~'idlar & Chambers. supl. _ 432.91 Hillyard Sales Co. supl. 10.06 iowa Office SUl)ply & l,]quip supl .................... 77.07 international Business Mach. supl .............. 2.80 Klipto Loose L(.af Co. supt. 18.11 Koch Brothers. supl ...... 67.58 Ledger's Store, supl ....... 40 Matt Parrott & Sons, sup1. 385.77 Monroe Calm Mach. Co. maint .................. 11.00 Dr. M. L. McCveedy, rent- 40.00 New York Casluilty Co. ills. 20.00 Nicola & Harnion, supl, __ 19,89 T. H. Peters, m~pl ......... 83 Wash. Co. Farm Bureau approp ................. 750.00 ~21ty of Washington. water rent ................... 41.58 Welch-Iowa Printing Co. supl ................... 39.35 Mtssouri-b:ausas Chem. Co. supl ..................... 7.92 Carson Plbg. & Htg. serv. 5.60 Ned Morrow'. tele. tolls __- 4.50 Kalona News, prtg ....... 61.10 Vtellman Advance. prtg. __ 61.10 Evening Journal. prig .... 216.31 OOUli'l'Y wO'~B Coast to Coa.~t Store~ supl. 2.77 Carson Plbg. & Iltg. serv._ 54.07 Eclipsm Lumber Co. hdwr. 94.82 Eveready t~lb~. & Htg. matr'l ................. 62.52 Electrolux Corp. equip. __ 8.94 Ivan Enfield. s[raw ....... 69.30 Freshwaters. coal ........ 408.40 Farmers Store. prey ...... 3.05 Hampsher & See. sere ..... 2.00 J, A. Hunsaker. repair __- 19.00 Hotls Feed & Grain Co. grain .................. 166.77 Iowa State Penitentiary chairs ................. 198.64 W. S. Kyle, M.D. serv .... 10.00 Kiple & DePrenger Co. linG. 45.48 Missouri-Kansas C~em. Co. supl .................... 66.28 Mid-Cent Petro. Co. oil -- 64,55 Montgomery Ward & Co. supl ................... 109.55 Gee, L. McDaniel. drugs - 34.40 John Nash Co. prey ..... 478.46 T. H. Peters. supl ....... 28.89 Pioneer Drug Store. paint 59.90 Sherman's Funeral Home burial exp .............. 170.00 Scott Furniture Co. supl.- 36.89 Stan. Stock Powder Co. feed 37.50 Clarence Jackson. corn -- 287.34 ~rman Electric Co..~erv.- 35.61 Humble Produce. feed .... 57.15 OOUN''T POO~ Benteco Grocery, prey. -- 177.89 kmer. Homo Find. Ass'n. care ................... 30.00 Co. Auditor. petty cash -- 1.89 Davenport Pediatric (Iroup care ................... 25.00 Gerald Edwards. rent .... 20.00 Elliott's Grocery. prov. _- 58.80 Freshwaters. coal ........ 57.63 M~s. Hazel Fabre. brd. rzn. 30.00 Orlggs Bros. prov ........ 69.92 O. E. Gtpple, oil ......... 14.00 Elwln Gerber. (,ash ....... 30.00 Kenneth Hahn. cash ..... 30.00 Isolation HoSlpital, care_- 198.67 IGA Grocery, prey ....... 55.38 Mrs. Anna Irwin. rent .... 64.00 Koch Brothers, supl ..... 4.16 Knittel & Bone. prov ..... 96.81 Kalona Elevator, coal .... 33.7~ Lutheran Welfare Society care .................. 47,79 Lutheran Homes~ care .... 18.00 Mercy Hospital. care .... 7.50 Nicola & Harmon. supi .... 1.44 Pins Knoll Sanatorium, care ................... 139.50 State Dept. Soc. W~Ifare A D C ................ 741.18 State Dept. Soc. Welfare A T B ................. 159.84 State Dept. Soc. VCelfare T & S ................ 170.05 Mile Steele Oil Co. oil .... 4.97 South End Grocery pruv. _ 60.00 University Hospitals, care 10.52 Wash, Co. Med. SOC. care 90.65 Wellman Food Store, prey. 12.24 Plggly-~Viggly Groe, prey. 19.38 Clare Schulty, rent ...... 10.00 Strickler~s Groc. prey ..... 12.24 :Farmers Store. prey ..... 93.80 Benner Food Store. prey. -- 9@.15 Evening Journal. supl ..... 12.36 Speedway Oroc. prov ..... 15.18 Eost End roc. 0roy ..... t07.98 0~XM]t~Av- Freshwaters. coal ....... 26.12 Guthers Studio. print.~ __. 3.06 Robert J. Houseal, supl. __ i26.25 L. D. Robertson. brd. rm. mlge ................... 185.77 State Universit~ of Iowa, fees ................... 10.00 Chgs. C. Snyder, mlge ..... 167.04 City of Washington, water rent ................... 18.01 Welhnan Advance. docket_ 55.00 German l~?lectrtc Co. serv._ 13.22 00'0'~T HXPHHIL~ Harold Boyd, serv ....... 10.00 ,Callaghan & Co, s ubscrip. 12.00 H. M. Putnam. J. P. fees 6.50 OOUNTY ~A~-T~ UN~ Mrs. %%', E. Anderson, rent 65.00 Co. Health Unit. petty .cash 8.00 Charlotte IAttle. sal ..... 60.00 Rebecca P~thmel, ~/erv. -- 12.00 Irma Thomson. mlge ..... 14.70 OO1D31"r~ OI"JI~O]NUl Clarence Fulton. sal. mlge 194.65 Robert S. Welts, sat. mlge. 228.85 Ned Morrow, sal. mlge. -- 244.25 OW~ Ol'l'ZO~itll Brighton q~wP. meet ....... 16.00 Crawford Twp. meet ...... 16.00 Vlarion Twp. meet ...... 16.00 OOU31"IT BOwOOl" Panl V. Shearer. fees .... 25.00 ~BOV~rJ~ '1' m Sam E. Bowser. reactors - 522.96 B'n]pUND erie O'Connor. tax ....... 10.78 John May, tax .......... 20.70 E. L. Conrad. 10 ewes -- 1.50.00 , m.O~A.r. Esther Equire, salary .... $ 375.00 Ruth Ryan, salary ........ 155.00 Dr. C. A. Bolce. salar~ ___ 166.94 Martha Hickey, salary __ 195.00 Winifred Kelly. salary .... 800.00 Emily BayliSs, salary .... 225.00 Florence Kyle, salary .... 210.00 Katherine Combs~ salary -- 200.72 Bonnie KemPf, salary .... 188.72 Louella Patton, salary .... 235.00 Marie Mitchell. salary -- 180.00 Josephine Pacha. salary -- 175.00 Mary Shelangoski, salary _ 220.00 Betty Harris. salary ~ .... 200.00 Inez Graber. salary ...... 215.00 Jean Baumert salary .... 195.00 Malt Helen Huber. salary 205.00 Mary Tschantz, salary _-- 170.00 Sadie Davison. salary .... 120.00 Maude Koehler. salary __ 115.00 Sarah Helmick, salary .... ' 100.00 Virginia Messenger, salary 20.00 Marguerite Walker. salary 77.50 Martha Walker. salary -- 50.00 Eva Bauer, salary ...... 127.50 Nellie Dodder. salary .... 140.00 Mareella Massnn. salary-- 148.00 Florence Hich. salary .... 9.00 Melva Glasgow, salary -- 56.00 Wilma Hellman. salary -- 2.50 Marllyn Daut, sal~ry .... 100.00 Hattie MeConnell, salary - 14.00 Lorraine Phleger. salary - 18.50 Mildred McFarlane. salary 5~.00 Grace Rlchard~, salary -- 00.25 Nellie Crull. salary _2_-- 31.50 Lulu Cxallagher, salary 95.25 Elizabeth Gingery, salary I7~.00 Mac Shockley, salary .... 104.00 Cecille Simmering, salary 78.02 Mary Daily, salary ...... 105.00 ~rank Daily. salary ...... 115.00 Lucille Frlt~. salary .... 100.00 Rhua Holmick. salary -- 100,00 Etta Reeves, salary ..... 100.00 Hattie Kesse~. salary .... lOGO0 Lulu VanWinkle. salary-- 45.00 .Claude Dickerson, salary- 200.00 Dale Goff, salary ....... 175.00 Gone Smith. ,~alary ...... 165.00 Mazie Fisher. salary ..... 72.60 Emma Barnett. salary __ 107,92 Bernice Carr, salary .... 74.70 Zelma Hughes. salary .... 82.90 Mac Stokes. salary ...... 40.60 Myrtle Burgert, salary __ 132.15 Abbott Laboratories. drugs 29.38 .A.S. Aloe Co. supplies __ 79.96 Amer. Hospital Supply, sUP. 358.75 Bauer .& tMack, sup ..... ISI.~ Carson Plbg, & Htg. serv. 9.70 City of WaSthington, water rent ................... 141.09 Collett, hauling .... 10.0{} Committee on Careers In in Nursing, fees ...... 20.00 ,Fields Motor Co. oxygen - 57.82 Farrell Office Supply, sup. 5.37 Freshwat ers Feed Stole, softener ............... 35.19 Gilbert & Cnossen, labor, matrl .................. 32.14 Griffith & Hedberg, milk 189.05 Industrial Chem. Lab. sup. 118.11 Kipls & DePrenger, paste _ 1.53 Loots Market, meat ..... 70.82 Robert Lloyd, rent ...... 7.00 Lyt]o Grocer]/. prey ..... 155.14 McDaniol Drug Stere, drugs .................. 48.32 Midland Laboratories. sup. 170.75 McKe~on & Robhins, drugs 275.18 Nicola & Itarmon, suppl. ~- 5.01 Ohio Chenllcal Co. equip, oxygen ................ 1489.87 Osincup Drug store, drugs 25.35 Otis Elevator Co. serv. _- 59,7[$ Parke. Davis & Co. dru]gs 43.28 Peters I1ardware, sup .... 5.23 Peterson Paper Co. suppl. - 87.61 Albert Pick & Co., suppl. 2.91 Physicians l~ecord Co. supl. 16.07 Will Ross. Inc. smpl ...... 60.66 Scott Furniture Co. fix. - 7.75 Sidwell lco Cream Co. ice cream ................. 41.00 H. B. Sowden. matrl, lab. 358.50 Speedway Food Store. prey. 592.62 Esther M. Squire. petty cash ................... 17.75 E. R. Squibb, 6their ...... 49.49 Standard Brands Inc. supl, 17.43 Standard Chem. Co. supl. - 28.64 UpJohn Co. drugs ....... 11.56 Wilson Coal Co. coal ..... 349.94 Wash. Frul~ Market, prey. 190.81 Searle & Co, drugs ...... 6.45 llixli~]liialo~! Myron Burroughs. rock - 38.06 B & G Firestone. tires .._ 374.13 Brown, Lynch Scott, tools, Hdw ................... 15.79 Central Bearings Co, parts 10.35 County Auditor, petty caSth 7.91 Coppock Quarry Prod. Co. rock ................... 211.28 Carson Plb. & Htg. fittings .34 Dillon, Sharps Co. rock __ 449.81 EcliI~m Lbr. Co. matrl. __ 9.95 Eclipse Lbr. Co. coal .... 28.25 W. B. Edwards. repr tools - 7.50 Clem Floury Equip. Co. parts 9.82 Freshwater Coal & Supply coal ............... ~___ 99.53 Fuller Nfg. Co. grader blades ................ 300.69 Fields Motor Co. parts _- 13,84 Frldays, parts .......... 38.46 Gllmere & Long, gas, stor. 16.87 C. C. Hotle & Sons, tools zerex .................. 11.48 John Holmes. mlge ....... 6.80 Hazelett Bros D-X. gas _- 19.24 Don M. Hayes, rock ...... 350.62 .Industrial Towel Serv. towels ................. 3.00 Olive Munro. rock ........ 42.00 ~Villard Mapel, mlge ..... 14,40 Mid-Cont. Petr. Corp. gas oil ..................... 272.04 Martin Itoasa Tractor Co. parts .................. 903.92 Nlcola & qFJ~rmon, paper -- .80 PapeG Calmenson & Co. grader blades - ......... 92.12 Rohinson Oil Co. gas, oil 102.52 Rukgaber Hardware, tools 4.34 Richmond Sales & Service gus ................... 15.87 Oren Romlne. rock ...... 90.58 Snap-On Tool Corl~ tool~ - 4.59 #'red L. Stewart Hdw. tools. hdw ................... 29.99 Sltler Auto Parts. parts - 10.34 Stewart Auto Service, rep. 87.77 Dan Steiner. rock ........ 23.9~ ,Standard Oil Co. fnel --- 57.75 Solder D-X Station, gas, oil .................... 33.87 Shell Oil Co. fuel ........ 684.82 Smart Impl. Co. parts .... 4.46 Sieg-Ottumwa Co. parts -- 4.46 ~. K. Stoutner. rock ..... 109.40 Trl City Blue Print. supl, - 13.88 Thompson Garage, battery charge ................. 2,00 Tucker Chevrolet. p~rts _- 4.70 City of %Vasbington, water rent ................... 10.41 Wheeling Corrugating Co. pipe .................. 1123.63 Rlchard Young, rock ..... 57.00 The following claims were ap- prey ed: IsrT B O'm'r-T,A ~'m O 1D'J Postmaster. postage ..... 93.00 :BOAI~D ~DUO.~XOM postmaster, postage .... 36.01 County Home re|~ort for February 1950 was approved. Report for year 1949 uf Chas. C. Capper, J. P. was approved. Farm Bureau Certificate of Mem- bership for 1#50 aecepted and ap- proved. Petitions for susperhslon of tax were approved as follows: Lots _3, 4, 5. in West Wellma~, Aaron ..J Shetler; Lot 18. Cun-~ingham KnupD Add. Washington. Cloyce Burham.; West 60' Lots 5, 6, 7, ~Bik 2, Heights Add. Wellman. Mary A~ LlvezeY. Ballots on hand from General Election of 1943 were ordered de~ troyed before the Primary Election 1950 according to law. Ev~n~et P. Hayes was appointed County %Veed Commissionor for balance of year of 1950 at 30 cents per hour and 7 mile for all travel in such Adjourned subject to call of Chair- lna~ ROBERT S. WELTE, C~halrman Board of Supervisors Attest: FRED BOUR(~EOIS County Auditor l~J~O O]l'm ]DZI"Gti~ O~ ]EOJL~,~D O]P lgAilG]i 16, 1960 On call of the Chairman of the Board of Supervmors a meeting of the Board of Approval was held a~ 10 o'clock A.M. on March 16th 1950 at the office of the Board of Sup- ervisors with the following repre- accounted for: Supervisors: rtooert S. Welts, Clarence ~'ulton and Ned Morrow. Township Trustees as follows: Representative Town,hip Brighton Absent Cedar Absent Keith Barnes. Clay Present N. G. Widmer Crawford Present Harry Hamilton. Dutch Creek Present A~ W. Kern Engli~ River Pre~ent Glenn B. Martin. Franklin Present Highland Absent V~rne Droll iowa Present Yaro SoJka Jackson Pre~ent Stanley Eash, Lime Creek PreSent John Gamon Marion Pre~mt Oregon Absent Wayne Lyle0 Seventy Six Present Washington Absent Submitted the 1950 construction plan~, on file with the County Audi- tot, l~roposlng construction of 15 culverts at estimated cost of $$9,- 190.11; also grading and 25,66 miles of Local at estimated cost of $116,91~ portioned through th0 't'ownships of the county. After Een- oral discussion the following re~o- lution was presented: BE 1T RESOLVED: By the Board of Approval of Washington County, Iowa, that ti~e proposed Construction program on Local County Hoada of Washington County, Iowa, for the 1950 be adopted. The vote was as follo.ws" Ayes: Kleth Barnes; N. G. Widmer; ~rry Hamilton; A. W-, Kern; Olenn B. Martin; Verne Droll; YaroSoJk~; Stanley Bash; John Gamon; Wayne Lyle; Robert S. Welte; Clarence FuI- ton and Ned Morrow. Nays: None~ Adopted this 16th day of March, 1950. Chairman. ROBERT S. W~LT~ Chalrman Board of Supervisors Adjourned subject to call of tha Attest: FRED BOUR(~EOIS County Auditor IPItOO~LI~DZ~I,I~ 01' ~OJtJr, D 01' lllllNliITgl~liW OH ~g~&Y The Board o~ Supervisors met on of the ~ With SU~Pe~- v~ors Welte. Fulton ~nd Morrow pr~aw~L The followin~ lq~utlo~ W~ pre~ented and ~ ~nd ~o~: BE IT I~SOLV~D: That wha~ Local News Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Yoder and sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Her~h- berger and sons, Emil Yoder and Minerva Yoder were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Yoder of Coralville. Fred Stumpf was honored on hi9 birthday by a dinner Sunday in his home. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brenneman and Linda, Mrs. Mary Summers, Mrs. Nettle Page and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prybil were Sunday dinner guests in the George Kos home in Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beck of Atchison, Kansas were week-end Mr. and .Mrs. Lester Strickler of Iowa City were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickler. Alice Eimen and Eliza Koch- stetler were Sunday dinner guests at the E. B. Hochstetler home. / Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Yoder of Parnell were dinner guests Sun- day in the Herman Yoder home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haberman of Tama were Sundaf afternoon cal- lers of Mr, and Mrs. Archie Ha- herman. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hudachek and daughters, Marie and Linda of West Liberty were Sunday din- nor ~ in the Clarence Schenk home. Z~atu~day afternoon ~callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Archie Haberman were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Otto of 0nmha, Nebraska; Mrs. George Haberman and "Mrg. Melvin Haberman and daughters of Waylan& Dinner guests in the Frank D. Yoder home Sunday were John and Adell ,Yoder of Wolford, North Dakota; Bert and Lizzie Mae Mil- ler, Edwin, Mary and Emma Jean Hostetler, Monroe Miller~ Esther Christner and Susie SchlabaelL Mrs. Elsie Miller visited from Thursday until Monday,with Miss Hilda Durst and Mrs. J. E. Jo~es dn Washington. On Saturday eve- ning Miss Durst, Mrs. Jones and o Mrs. Miller were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Hilton S. Durst. guests in the parental H, V. Beck home. Mr. and Mrs. George V. Fry, Mrs. Gertrude Bigelow and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Way were Sun- day dinner guests at a birthday dinner honoring Clifford Fry in Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Archie Haberman and daughter spent Wednesday in Washington. as certain l,ocal Roads of Washin~ ton County, Iowa, were grane~ MainLenanee roads and have been maintained a~ ~ravel reads by the adjoining land owners paying for one-half of the surfacing, and where- as the Board of Supervisors consid- er that these roads are too good to be reconstructed ut this time, they do hereby a~ree to assume the en- tire cost of maintaining these roads as gravel roads until such time as they deem ti~ese roads should be re- built, at which time these roadm will revert back to the StaLUS of an un- graded road and will come under the same rules as are then in effect for ungraded roads. The following roads are covered in the above resolution: 1. Frout NE eorner of SE% of 16-74~9; thence South to SE corner of ~qE~ of 2i-74-9; thence East 0.125 nlile. 2. From N%V corner of 31-76-9; thence East 1.0 mite. 8. From SW corner ef 15-77-6, thence East 1.0 mlle. 4. From SE corner of SV~r~ SWI~. of 15-76-9; thence North ~a mile. 5. Counnencing at NE corner of NW'A SW]A of 20-76-9; thence East a/s mile. 6. Commencing at SW corner of NW~ of 34-77-9; thence North l & ~ m|le. 7. From S-W eorner of SE~ SE~4 of 16-75-8: thence North 1.0 mile. 8. From SW corner of 18-75-6; thence North 0.50 ,nile. 9. From S~V corner of NW NW~A of 20-75-6; thence East and South 1.30 mile. 10. From S~ corner of NE of 35-75-9; thence East 1.0 mile. 11. From Center of 11-74-7; thence South 0.50 mile thence West 0.25 mile. Resolution was adopted wherein the Board of Supervisors recom- mends that eleven different projects of road surfacing throughout the County consisting of 33.50 miles at an estimated cost of $69,940.00 ha aPprove.d by the State Highway Com- mission for improvement with Farm to Market Road F~nds. Adjourned sine die. ROBERT S. WELTE Chali'man Hoard of Supervlsol~ Atte~: FPd~D BOURGEOIS County Auditor ,,, . Pubiic Sale ii ii Having sold our residence we will hold a Public Sale of the personal property on the premises due north of the Phillips 66 Station on SATURDAY, APRIL 8 Commencing at 1 o'clock 0ombination bottle gas, and wood cook stove Electric refrigerator Electric iron Electric toaster C~ate leg table 4 kitchen chairs Dining room table 6 dining chairs Living room suite Buffet Glass cupboard Knee-hole desk Oak book case Oak library table Three 9xl2-ft. rugs. llx12-ft, rug 919~/2-ft. rug 9xl3-ft. rug Kleen-Sweep vacuum sweeper Schaffer piano Childs bed Day bed Bed with innerspring mattress Oommode Garden plows Grain bags Pitcher pump A few odd dishes Fruit~ier 0il barrels Chicken coops Lawn chair Churn Bird cage 11/2 gallon ice cream freezer. Flower pots Flower stand Bantom chickens Other articles ~o numerous to mention Monroe Yoder, Auctioneer Ferd Skola, Clerk D. G. 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