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Deborah Gordon at Jun 05, 2024 04:29 PM

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On motion it was ordered that an order be drawn on
the Treasurer in favor of Mr. Mohns for $10.00 on account.

The Cemetery Committee was instructed to carry out
the intentions of the Board in relation to the
plot of Mr. Poska, to have him to remove the
curbing or have the same done.

The secretary was instructed to again communicate
with Mrs. Marks in San Francisco
in relation to the plot alongside of Mr. Marks.
Also to communicate with Mr. Louis Phillips
that if they do not wish to make use of it
to give it to the congregation.

The following Bills were read and ordered paid
C. Suter Flag Pole 20.00 [Note]
Locke & Lavenson Flag 10.00
J.W. Wilson & son Carriages for funerals
of A. Dennery and S.S. Nathan 14.00
Christianson & Co. brooms .70
W. J. Thompson setting up and taking down stove 2.00
Cap. Gas Co. for light 3.80

The following warrants for salaries were
ordered drawn
Rabbi Abram Simon 150.00
M. Wilson Collector 50.00
Mr. Mohns taking care of cemetery 15.00
Mrs. Hanley organist 10.00
Mrs. Ross singing in the choir 10.00

No further business appearing the meeting adjourned

Leon Salomon, Secy

Financial Report

Balance in Treasury last Report 96.58
Receipts for dues for this month of May 191.10
Total 287.68

Paid out as per warrants 295.50
Balance due Treasury [red ink for negative] $7.82

[Note: Christopher Suter, planing mill, 13th NW corner J]

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On motion it was ordered that an order be drawn on
the Treasurer in favor of Mr. Mohns for $10.00 on account.

The Cemetery Committee was instructed to carry out
the intentions of the Board in relation to the
plot of Mr. Poska, to have him to remove the
curbing or have the same done.

The secretary was instructed to again communicate
with Mrs. Marks in San Francisco
in relation to the plot alongside of Mr. Marks.
Also to communicate with Mr. Louis Phillips
that if they do not wish to make use of it
to give it to the congregation.

The following Bills were read and ordered paid
C. Suter Flag Pole 20.00 [Note]
Locke & Lavenson Flag 10.00
J.W. Wilson & son Carriages for funerals
of A. Dennery and S.S. Nathan 14.00
Christianson & Co. brooms .70
W. J. Thompson setting up and taking down stove 2.00
Cap. Gas Co. for light 3.80

The following warrants for salaries were
ordered drawn
Rabbi Abram Simon 150.00
M. Wilson Collector 50.00
Mr. Mohns taking care of cemetery 15.00
Mrs. Hanley organist 10.00
Mrs. Ross singing in the choir 10.00

No further business appearing the meeting adjourned

Leon Salomon, Secy

Financial Report

Balance in Treasury last Report 96.58
Receipts for dues for this month of May 191.10
Total 287.68

Paid out as per warrants 295.50
Balance due Treasury [red ink for negative] $7.82

Note: Christopher Suter, planing mill, 13th NW corner J.