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agus! day, Au ust 20 1959 THE NEWS-EXAMINER - MONTPELIER, IDAHO _ g 9 f dllTCmlLl&lThf IIL,FTTIILILbF IContinental Oil Co., fcel __ 146.521Justice of the Peaec for ,he Precinct of I ILi R qmllllllmrlci VlCIIITrlnTLITI fPhllps Petroleum Co *uel __iS* Charles shall be paid an annual Krn NPW( an IImFlVIIbll /IIVbblblIWlIIVIO IHoge Insurance Agency, coverage isalary of $240.00, payable monthly, be- IVIII 151VWWO k J -. . L truck and plow ____ 98.60igtnning July let, 1959; and that the '. i i fx raeetmg of Board of [ tire repair ____ 352.5 [ Utah Power & Light Co., 1 said Justices of the Peace for the Pro- Mr. and Ms. Leon Rigby and . jfnraissionerst held this 10th IPaul Roberts. Steel-Ind. Supply, J liahts street, shop, airport _ 15988. cincts of Dingle and Georgetown shall children of Aberdeen vimted t i "199" Present all mere-! supphes __ 38-50tCity of Paris, gravel refund __ 142.60 be paid an annual salary of $180.00 ,,,;,1 1). , 1 T .... , 12" .... , t-terk, and others when i Jonson Texaco Service, tire )Hubert D. Hymas, gravel ____ 31.25 each, payable monthly beginning July L ,'L. ., o. ta t  matters were given con- ! repair  1.50 ]Joseph L, Ceilings, mowhng let 1959" ove,the week en. Walton Feed, Inc., fence posts and l weeds, airport ____ 28.0{): IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, Pur- prevmus meeting read l cattle gual-d __ 189.30 i Cliffor d L. Payne, operator _ 180.00 suant to said law, the County of Bear Mr and ,Mrs Harold Wood ed. 1Teton Van Gas. Inc., gas 7.50 Gary Buhler, operator __ __ 264.0} Lake, State of Idaho is hereby con-  ", . - ........ I1 Bride Cl ....... - Texaco Inc fuel 26573 ]W'llar The n k  ra 265 50' old a  ,. o o,., .,,o.,= "., .. anti flaugnter J2llIArl OI ttolaen, t::;ts ordered usued as fo]-Doyle Sleight, fuel _ 368.87 [Earl Thornock, operator 264.00!Peace Precinct; and Utah, Clair Wood of Ren0, Nev- I Glen Ward. culverts IT IS FURTHER ORDERED That the ada, M. and Mrs. Allen Wood 12.20 } Barbara Roberts, gravel __ TranSport Clearings Intermt'n., 128 freight 111.'/010. K. Rubber Welders, tires 45.50 i and repairs 3.50 Thiel & Olsen Bros., supplies 14.49  and extras 2@9.15 i Utah Oil Refining Co., fuel __ 174.9I ;AVIN-- You Ready For We Give You Complete Heating Service: ;ENERAL FURNACE REPAIRS ND BASEMENT -- kEPLACEMENT IEW INSTALLATION FREE ESTIMATES ON REPAIRS AND ID NEW INSTALLATION RE DEALERS FOR LENNOX GAS, OIL OR COAL I I'fflNG SYSTEMS RCAWHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES eION 10-YEAR WARRANTY GLASS LIED GAS f ""ATER HEATERS ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS I ll01 on Used Cool end Oil Heofin 9 Equipment I WE SELL THE BEST AND SERVICE THE REST 1 BE00angsgaard Heating & Appliane I COMPANY 70234 On August 3 the following bids were I 125.74 received for truck: :) budget of Bear Lake County be amend- i Bear Lake Motor Co.  $4560.00 !ed to allow for the further expense of 30.5"/ Rich Motor Co ..... $4671.00 :this action, as allowed in Section 7 of Jensen-Wood Motor Co. __ $4678.84 'said law. 364.63 Hanson Chevrolet Co. $4578.00 } All lees and costs, except the fee for I CIeveland Motor Co. __ $4665.00 I solemnization of marriage, shall here- Jenkinson Equipment  $4677.00 inafter be reported and paid to the The Bear Lake Motor Co. bid was county. considered the lowest and best bid, I DATED JULY 13, 1959. and was accepted. I C.N. CARIEN The following Resolutions were ap-, } Chairman Board of County proved : ] Commissioners WHEREAS. there have been elected  JOHN A. CARVER andlor appointed for the terra ending I Senior District Judge the second Monday in January, 1961, Attest: SAM V. TUNKS, Clerk Justices of the Peace for the Precinct (SEAL) of Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Ida- [ Approved July 30, 1959. ho, A. E. Lee, right and Jesse Dun; and ] RESOLUTION for the Precinct of Paris, Fred J. WHEREAS, the Board of County Price; and for tlpe Precinct of St. ,Commissioners, Bear Lake County, Charles, Matthew PugmLre; and for State of Idaho by motion and order at the Precinct of Dingle, O. C. Wilcox, its regular meeting on the 1Oth day of and for the Precinct of Georgetown, i August, 1959, pursuant to the provis- Russell Bee; }xon of Idaho Laws 1947, Chapter 224, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, Pursuant Section 10, nd Senate Concurrent to Chapter 221. Idaho Seinn Iw of ! Resolutions l'}o. :tO and 11, Idaho Laws 1959, that the said naIned Justices of i 195@, directed that the Clerk of the id the Peace for the Precinct of Mont- Board order Volume 3, 5, and 12 of pelier shall be paid an annual salary the Idaho Code and the 1959 pocket of $780.00 each, payable monthly, be- part Supplements thereto from Secre- ginning July lst, 1959; and that the tory of State of the State of Idaho; said Justice of the Peace for the Pre- j NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV- cinct of Paris ahall be paid an annual F_.D AND IIACTE;D: salary of $480.00, payable monthly be- !. Section I: That the Secretary of ginning July Ist, 19; and that said State be required, for the use and of- FOR H0use-t0-H0use Delivery of Bar Lake and Cream O' Weber Dairy Produets CALL 574 ]Leonard Castleton DISTRIBUTOR fice of the Prosecuting Attorney, Bear Lake County, to mlly Volumes 3 and 5 of the Idaho Code, with the 195@ pocket part Supplements thereto; and for the use and office of the Sheriff of Bear Lake County, furnish Volume 12 of the Idaho Code, with the 1959 pocket part Supplement thereto. Section 2: That the Clerk of this Board shall furnish a certified copy of this Order along with h request to the said Secretary Of State for the supply of said Volumes 3, 5, and 12. DATED this 10th day of August, 195. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF BEAR LAKE COUNTY By C. N. CARI.FAN Chairman ATTEST: SAM V. TUNKS Clerk (SEAL; Current Expense Claims approved as listed, Clifford J. Skinner, expense, Sheriff 13.23 Bernard C. Wflk, expense Deputy Sheller 12.31 Bernard C. Wllks, mileage Deputy Sheriff 68.32 I Lucille G. Wilks, matron, prisoners" meals_ 18.10 Rich Care, prisoners" meals _ 25.8 Boise Payette Lumber Co. supplies Sheriff _  7.61 Book's Service, fuel Sheriff 46.27 Bannock Memorial Hoepital, Blood Tests 20.00 Modern Drug, medieine'indigent 21.09 Teuschers" Market, groceries indigent 12.00 Dan Kelsey, care E. Kelsey  53.00 Bear Lake Memorial Hospital. care indigent 31.00 Lettie Mimaig, care Fluckiger __ 43.) Children's Home Society, care r  Washington Street Telephone 297 t -..r ,. .-:-'::::i:'::%-i:5*;;!'i -- k.:.::''" ,  QL T :}:..::-.. ........... :.: ........ .  ,  , ae: - .........  ................ . ...... 1 .... ....................... ..... :.: :.:.::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: :i: :: ;: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.>:: ::-: ::-:-:::::::::::::::i:: :i: :!:i: :::-: -.? : ::: :i2.%-: : .; ;i:.: ! {:i :i:3::.+....... .. .. " "7.  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VisR your local authorized Chevrolet dealer and see how much more Chevy has to offerl HANSEN CHZ00mOLr00 1025 To 1029 WaGdnlton Street Mtpeiier, Idaho of Monte Cris visited several days last week at the Leland Kunz borne. Norma Kunz, daughter of the Kunzs, returned home after visiting with her grandparents, the Woods. F_th Wood remained for a few days to visit her alter Mrs. Kuz and the others returned home Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Thiel Kunz and son of Randolph visited the Heber Kunzs last week. Rudolph Bienz visited Sunday with the Darrell Bienz family in Aberdeen. MI"s. Heber Kunz and Mr. and dependent children 32.50 Thlel & Olsen Bros., supplies_ 28.30 Pocatello Supply Depot, rodent control 195.63 Stmplot Soil Builders, weed Chemical 2241,42 The Paris post. letterheads Agent 8,60: Agricultural erioa Service, supplies Agent 10.(10 Gem School Equipment & Supply, supplies Agent 2.10 Mountain States Tel. &TeI. Co., 1 phone Agent 31.90 ' Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Co., Phones Court House  84.15 Wasatch Chemical CO., moquito control 746.20 A. M. Rich, expense mosquito  2.75 Beee Almond, expense mosquito 12.6(} J. Warren Sirrine, mileage Assessor 2S.0 The Paris Post, publishing and printing 25.15 News-Examiner, publishing I and printing 3(}.55 ]Syms-York Co., supplies, [ Treasurer   8.40 [Caxton Printers, supplies, I Ar 27,06 Raliway Express Agency, Inc., Express D.C. 2.52 Utah Power & Light Co., lights Court House 56.90 Grimmett Lumber & Hardware, mpplies 32$3 Ruby B, Dunford, help Auditor 126.50 Ruth Nye, help Recorder __ 180.00 West Publishing Company, Books D.C. 28.00 Bangs Stationers, Inc., supplies 40.49 Marlene Stegelmeier, salary and expense 156. Hyrum G. lohnn, salary and expense 20.65 Sam V. Tunk, Auditor, postage and envelopes  44).0) Walter" Ward, expense, Commissioner 10.99 C. N. Carlson, expense, Commissioner 11.41 Audra B. Bobison, care Sizemore 4S.00 $. Clarence IAndSay, expense Commissioner 7.80 Auditor instructed to pay Sunshine Terrace, Logan, Utah, :[;63.00 per month for care of Telma Browning. Mrs. Charles Kunz attended the WANTED TO BUY: Clark reunion in Morgan, Utah, Saturday. Ir. and Mrs. George ViSes and family of Salt Lake City were week end guest of the Robert Schmids. Peggy Sue Tueller of Salt Lake CAty is visiting with the Tony Kunz family. Norreen Kunz spent Saturday in Logan. ) Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence King  of Sharon visited Sunday with Mr. and ,.trs. Arl0 Kunz. i Mrs. Sophia Bateman and graIdaughter Sherry, M. and ,M. Legand Black and son Bruce, Mrs. Lea Enavich and daughter Leslie of Salt Lake CRy visited with Mrs. Myrtle Steekler last week end. Mr. and grs. O1arence Ian. sen and children visited the Pr- ley Kunz home Monday znd were overnight guests of M. and s. Geroge Ktmz. They returned to Tooele, Utah, on Wednesday. Visiting e Steckle week were Leslie Kunz of Poca- tello, Mr. and Ms. Wilhrd Kunz of Mmtpelier and Mr. and Mrs. Don Jensen  Mark of Ovid. Tuesday the  group om Bern held a swiming party and weiner roast  Bear Lake Hot The wrd Stmday school ,held a successful auction in Saturday. Stake Officers M. ,and Mrs. Winalow Swenn and Clair Barrett visited sacrament meet- ing Sunday. Special awards were given to the following: MIA- Mzid pin and award given to Janet Kunz, daughter of Mr. and Ms. Tony Kunz; Silver Gleaner pin and award given to Carrie Kunz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmain Kunz; Junior MMen Knight award to Wan'en Kunz, ! son of lr. and Mrs. Reuel Kunz, i the first such award in the ward. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Kunz  and Mr. and Mrs. Pley Kunz I visited in Vayan with the Stoocs. Word was received Sunday by Tony Kunz of the death of his, sister, Mggie Kunz Middle- stead. STATIONERY--he ideal gift for any occasion. Beautiful cab- WILL PAY 10c a pound for clean cotton rags, white preferred. Must be clean with no buttons or snaps. The News-Exam2ner. tf Dr. L. P. Gaertner Dr. E. F. Landers PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS OFFICE PHONE: 91 t Dr. Gsertner Home Phone: $O9 Dr. Lander4ome Phone Bear Lake Memorlel Hospifal 350 OFFICE HOURS 10 e. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m. Medlcol Arts Building Bth and Washington Streeh Montpeller, Idaho SCHMID BROS. CLEANERS DYERS TAILORS Phone 151 MONTPELIER, IDAHO Joe Hd00ad INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DECORATING Expert Paper Hanger Pointing and Wallpaper Clooning Telephone 322J - Montpelior Dr. Spen00r W," Hel4 DENTIST Office located on Second Floor Hess Bldg. TOth & Washington Office Phone 74 Resideuce Phone 774 James E. CosteHo DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE VETERINARY SERVICE AND SUPPLIES Large and Small Animals Office at 140 North 9 Street MONTPELIER, IDAHO Telephone 685 Dr. Wm. Wgner CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Rich Building Recessed subject to can. inets of Hammermill bond can Signed: C. N. CARIFJ, Chairman be imprinted with name or mon. Offe Phone. STOW Attest: SAM V. TUNKS, Cleric ogr.The News Examiner, Residence Phone -$10R mmm mimmmimmmi   MONTPELIER, IDAHO Lawrence INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DECORATING EXPERT PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING WALTON FEED INC. -"-0'"',.,w,,.., Telephone 3-J NOW CARRIES FOR THE TRADE W. . Sek A Line of WIRE PRODUCTS -. D. s. lanufaetured By COLORADO FUEL & IRON CORP. Standard BARB WIRE, 12V Gouge, 80-Rod Roll  NET WIRE, 2&inch, ;2 Gouge, 20-Rod Roll SlUr.8@ hn" Spliflction! aS obovo,32-|nch ....  $9-1h .................................................. S''e 47-Inch .................................................. STEEL POSTS, Sider Tip-  F ........ u, $1.1S STAPLES - 1  or I z Inches .... 50 pound box $.00 SEE US For NAILS, RG WIE All Above Are Domestle CFI Quality Itoms IMPORTED WIRE $2-1nch Hot, 20-Rod Roll, 12 Gouge .......... $11.14 BARBWIRE 80-Rod bH, 12Yk Gcmge, hrb - 4-1h Spacing 87J Phone 67 Phon 0 OFFICg HOURS AND CARPET LAYING WALTON FEED, INC. ,.. s,