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Name Speakers For 3 Dairy Meets Here Six Extension Specialists from lows State University at Ames will be featured at the 4-M Dairy School to be held Dec. 3,8 and 17, announces Galen DeValois, County Extension Director. Speakers from Ames are Harold (Jack) VanHorn, Don Voelkerand Earl Wright, Extension Production Dairymen; Dr. JohnHer- rick, Extension Veterinarian; Frank Schaller, Extension Agronomist; and Vern Meyer, Extension Agricultural Engineer. Enrollment forms are available from 4-M committee members and Extension Council members or send a five dollar check to the Kossuth County Extension Office. The enrollment fee includes meals, textbook, registration, etc. The schools will be held at the V. F. W. building in Algona from 9:30 a. m. to 3:15 p. m. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Magnusen were Sunday dinner guests at the Julius Erickson home at East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr drove to Rochester Monday where she will enter the clinic for treatment. Lyle Thompson of Mankato visited Danny Anderson at Waverly over the weekend. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, North Kossuth Seals Sales Chairman, announced that Christmas Seals will be mailed by town and township chairmen this week. Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen Tuesday evening of last week, with Mrs. Walt Magnusen assistant hostess. Mrs. Warren Brones gave the lesson. The next meeting will be the afternoon of Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs. Jim Koons, with Mrs. Ormal Guinn assistant hostess.' There will be a $1,00 exchange of gifts for the ladies and a 25? exchange for the children. The afternoon will be spent socially. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Pitch Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Feddersen of Ringsted were Sunday supper guests at the Chris Feddersen home. On Tuesday of last week, her cousin, Art Griese of Live Oak, Calif., came to the home of Mrs. Carl Lofstrom. The two visited relatives at Lakota and the area and Wednesday he was an overnight guest at the Lofstrom home. From there, he visited relatives at Blue Earth, the Twin Cities, and Pipestone, Minn, then drove to Kansas, where he picked up his daughter and children and took them to Calif. Visitors at the Nels'and Ed Godfredson home for the opening of the pheasant season came from Burlington, Des Moines, Humboldt and Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister, the Ronald Richardsons, Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson, Edna Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. James Devans and children of Los Angeles, Calif, attended funeral services at St. James, Minn. Friday for the mother of Mr. Devens. Jim stayed with his father, L. C. Devens Saturday, and Mrs. Devens visited at the home of her parents, the George Pearsons, along with her three children. The Devenshave a baby son, born, Sept. 21, named John David. The other children in the family are David, 7, and Judy, 5. Word was received here that Marjorie Lee Tobin, freshman student at Morningside College, Sioux City, was injured in a car accident at Sioux City, when the car in which whe was a passenger was struck broadside by another vehicle in the fog. She was not hospitalized and the exact injury to her back is not yet known. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quintus of Garner were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. John Wood and his mother, Mrs. Lilly Bestenlehner of Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevenson of Britt, Mr. Howard Clark and Eldrid Finbrothen of Grand meadow, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter drove to Ames early Saturday morning where they attended the Aviation Seminar, an all day school on Flying and taking care of a plane. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling of rural Algona were Tuesday callers at the Ray Fitch home. Mrs. S. R. Parsons and her sister, Mrs. Viola McDonald of Burt spent the weekend in Sioux City and attended the "Guys and Dolls" performance at the Morningside College in which Francis Ann McDonald had a part. They were overnight guests in the home of Myrtle Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister were Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening -supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Gifford in Burt. This was in honor of Mrs. P. W. Marlow's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser of West Bend, were Sunday evening supper guests in the Harold Andreasenhome. This was in honor of Mrs. Andreasen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen and Mrs. Cecelia Scott are leaving Wednesday morning for Joplin, Mo. where they will be Thanksgiving guests in the Clarence Andreasen home. ALWAYS on the receiving end? Be a sender too, by starting a vacation savings account with us. Our generous earnings make dollars add up fast ... let you go a long way on that wished-for trip. Save here, now—leave on vacation in no time at all! 4% ptr annvm DEPOSIT BY THE 15TH •> EARN FROM THE 1ST low. FIOIRAL SAVINOC *NP LOAN A<M9CUT(0N 280 East State Street. • Telephone 895-3545 t AIXJONA Corner East State and South Harlan Street Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mrs. Cecelia Scott, in Burt. "God's promises are life preservers that keep the soul from sinking in the sea of trouble." DELINQUENT TAX LIST r, ls t true an <* co"-* 01 Hjt of all land* and town lots i Count y- Iowa on which the taxes for the year 1964 anH FlsTs | 0 n U my e o r ffic aere dUe " nd U " Pa ' d " appea " from 'hesWeral tSx are ^nn^ 'l.fe r '. b u y g ,'Xf n , that unless the taxes - Interest and costs ^hf ^ aldl , fne follow 'nB described land and town lots or so wH? b aS ,.nirt n TfS ar ?. to pa £ the said tax ' lnterest and costs .iy.ll t at the Coun y Treasurer's office In Algona. Kos- Ut of 0n ,O t o^o f crA MOI S da a y nd in 4 3§S?lft' It ? ?B day until all of said lands and" town lots' have been off ered^'foV £1? for th,. L=4 es u where there J"" e existing delinquent taxes other than but £r n » y .n a £ shown i satn « having been previously offered for sale "' HOSELLA VOIGT Treasurer of Kossuth County Owners •s • I Names ction or Town. • Subdivision w o =1 +* 3 14 O ! a O 5 a J Townshi ! § •o w g 1 •a I 2 J Interest i 3 •-"••••*^«» *» «n w* ORIGINAL PLAT Segvert W. Se Lorene Nelson e & 7 3 Elton Pratt 3 Se 6 56 CALLS ADDITION Raymond E. Se Norma Johnson 3 147 Joe Medln ... 3 233 UPPLATTED Clifford Se Velma Hoi- ding. Lot 17 Auditor* Plat of Lot 8 and E 4 rds of Lot 9 all In G - L. 3 11 95 29 BANCROFT INC. ' LOT CO'§ 111 1964 42.32 1.90 .60 4f82 1964 77.75 3.50 .60 81.85 1964 4.05 .09 .60 474 1864 10.15 ,48 .60 11.21 1864 60.10 2.70 .60 63.40 1864 27.58 154 12.41 108.03 .56 9.78 .21 1964 11.36 .51 .60 12.47 2.91 4.82 .10 .48 1964 36.64 .82 .60 38.06 1864* 28.97 1964 312.80 ADDITION 2.86 14.08 Norland ... 17 22 land Lena Schluettner * _ 1-2-3 Se 4 28 1964' Emer H. Johnson, N 30' of Lot 8 Se S 30' of.. 10 29 1964 4 65 CALLS ADDITION Cecil A. Robinson, Tt. Com. 8 rds. W. Se 295' N. SW cor L 14. N 365'. W 132', S 305', E 132', to pt of beg. Wm. John Norland Beg 16 rds W of SW Cor Lot 14 Blk 1 Calls Add. N 40 rds, W to W line of "Sec, S 40 rds E to beg. .. 1954 45.97 Lois Lavanche Dlts- worth 7 & 8 2 1964* 335.15 MOREHOUSE'S 2ND ADDITION Geo. Se Janice Wolf, O. G£>'. Se Jan'teVwoTfT'o". 19M 4 ' 31 L - 7 1964 AUDITORS PLAT 8£i/ 4 SWV4 S«c. 24-11-21 Geo. Se Janice Wolf. O. FENTON'INC." ORIGINAL PLAT Wilfred E. Stoeber ..92 Alvin Zumach, N',i .. 12 5 WESTERN TOWN LOT CO'i Robert Mitchell, SE'i part of O. L. "C" 11 Burnett G. Heine, that part of O. L. "C" bg 66' S of SE Cor Blk 4, th W 140' S 100* E 140'. N 100' to beg .. LAKOTA INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Winston A. Schroeder, Lot 5 Blk 11 Se Tr 18" x 7' on S line of said lot 4, 30' W of SE Cor. , 1964» 110.37 Gertrude Schissel 6 11 1964* 17.65 LEDYARD INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Paul Se Delores Richardson, Blk 7 ex S 45' of Lot 1 Se E 50' of Alley Blk 7 & ex T ? w » U)t 4 1963 37S - 83 John P. Rink 8 5 1864 42.76 John Steinberg. E 75'.. 4 7 1864 49.92 DUNLAP'S ADDITION > Carl Burrow, Lots 2828-30 Lot 31 ex tr 80' x 115' ex S 7' .. i9B4« 1B32S nw N. A. Plngel, S 264.S' 1WM 183 ' 25 15 ' 52 Lot 35 ex tr 125' x 85* SE Cor Se S 264.5' of Lots 36 i 37 1964* 707.87 7.06 LUVEHNE INC. ORIGINAL PLAT James St Lavon Mai- lory 13 St 14 5 Mary E. Stoddard 4 6 Fred Se Minnie HagUt .60 29.42 .60 13.57 1.20 117.01 .60 6.46 .60 49.48 .60 340.57 .60 5.01 .60 22.49 1.20 34.03 .60 327.48 1064 233.09 10.53 .60 245.12 1964 103.79 4.67 .60 109.06 9.88 1.31 50.71 1.92 2.25 7 Peter Farmiks 2 8 James L. Mallory 4 8 Edna M. Perkins 5 8 Emma B, Nelson et al, E 106' of Lot 8 & all of 9 a Martin B. Hamilton .. 11 8 WHITMANS ADDITION Edward Behnkendorf et al ..j — 8-9-10 Se 11 10 Burtis & Audrey A. De Nio 8 11 8WEA CITY ORIGINAL PLAT L. A. Olson & L. B. Moberg 3 3 L. A. Olson & L. B. Moberg 4 3 Adolph A. Mortenson. 1-2 & 37 Doris G. Smith 15 7 RICHMOND'S 1st ADDITION Raymond & Opal Johnston .. 9 4 10 1 TITONKA INC. HILLS * HALLS ADDITION Edward Callles 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 & 8 3 WAY'S ADDITION WUbur & Helen Sehram ...,i 6 27 WESLEY INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Urban J. Lickteig N 6/13 of 23 CALL'S ADDITION Fred Weiland etaJ, Lots 2 & 3 ex tr 150' X 280.4' in SW Cor Lot 3 Blk 1 Lot 1 ex tract to St of la ~_ T Franklin Fox, N',a. W1I3 ............... 2 3 1964 434.42 1964 36.30 1064 51.15 1064* 119.65 1064 15.88 1964 59.15 19.55 1.63 1.15 10.72 .71 2.66 •1964 53.22 1964? 208.08 1964 52.10 1064 20.69 1964 9.05 1064 130.14 1964* 545.27 1064 130.60 2.39 20.62 1.10 .47 52 2.83 48.66 5.88 1.20 121.45 1.20 20.16 1.20 427.54 .60 45.28 .60 52.77 1.20 199.97 .60 715.53 .60 454.57 .60 38.53 .60 52.00 1.20 131.57 .60 17.19 .60 62.41 .60 56.21 1.20 229.90 .60 53.80 .60 21.76 .60 10.77 .60 133.67 1.20 595.13 .60 137.08 1964 66.43 2.99 .60 70.02 1964 27.50 1064 10.20 .21 .46 .60 28.31 .60 11.26 1964 120.12 5.41 .60 126.43 1964 1-13.20 1964 46.85 WAYS fc BARRETS l*t COLLEGE ADDITION Win. J. Hrubes, Lot 6 through „ 21 5 1U64 40.10 WRIGHTS ADDITION TO WEST BEND Ben J. Bruhns. S47' of »•«*» Lot 7 & all of 8 WHITTEMORE INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Fred Kollasch 14 6.45 2.11 1,00 .60 150.34 .«0 40.56 .til) 42.50 1054 29.96 1.35 .60 3J.UJ ' TW *»WI»M«V i» --.--.«„ if f Emm? Schmellng 2 8 Peter Volk ....... 2 14 JURT COMM. BURT Raymond & Marion Westling, S',i. NEU SWH ex Ry. „ 12 97 29 Raymond & Marlon Westling. S'.j. NWU, SW'* ex .51A to State of Iowa 12 97 29 Raymond & Marion Westling, SWH. SW '-i ex 1.02A to State 19tH 1064 1864» 91.32 4.11 44.51 3.00 196.04 2.J3 .60 06.03 •60 48.11 .60 108.77 1847 IN no M W.estllng. SE i, 97 ugene W. * Eil«n Muller, Com. at pt. 649.03' E & 40' .S of NW Cor G.L, 2 Sec. 2-th. S4QO' to N line to cen. line of th North Westerly along N line of said old channel creek th Nerly along cen. line of said creek to Pt 40' S & 484.03' £ I964 2.40 471.43 1064 31.6« 1 .13 15 of NW Cor of said G.L. 2 E155' to pt of beg 2 9S 20 John T. McGuire, Tr. Cont. 4.36A In NE'i SW'i 4 ex tr. to EverdS 12 95 29 3.4!) 1P64 338 P. P. Zerfass, Trustee. 6 35A. of NE'.SE'i 22 95 2D 35.00 1!)64 P. P. Zerfass. Trustee E S5A of SE'.SE'i 22 Kenneth Se Delores Roethler. S'jNE'i ex 17.45A to Kossuth County 20 95 2!) 61 55 Kenneth Se Delores 95 29 55.10 28 95 29 4000 .60 3371 4 13 Atgono, (| q .) u ppfer p es 95 2!) 34.13 ]%4 357 GO IS. 10 120 37409 ex 22.41A to Kossuth County ........... +. 28 Kenneth Se Delores Roethler. NW' t . SE'i ............... Kenneth & Dolores Roethler, SW'i. SE'i ------- ........ 28 Lawrence I. Gisch Jr., Lots 1 & 2 SE»i. SE'i 29 38.51 H.G4 748.53 33.fi8 2 40 7R1 61 34 95 29 27 M 1964 7176 3.23 .60 7559 19C4 30 38.79 1964 8WEA COMM. EAGLE Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson. Trustee, SWU. SW', 10 100 30 36.79 19f,4 Mort-O-Llne Industries Hobert A. Mortenson, Trustee. SE'i. SW'i. 10 100 30 3879 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson. Trustee. SW'i, SE'i 10 100 30 38.79 1964 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson, Trustee, SEU, SE", 10 100 30 37.79 1964 29242 6.58 2.40 301.40 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson, Trustee. NE'i. NE'i 15 100 30 37.79 1964 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson, Trustee. SE'i. NE'i 15 100 30 39.00 1964 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson, Trustee. NE'/ 4 , NWU 15100 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson, Trustee. NW'/,, NW U .................. 10 100 30 37.79 1964 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson. Trustee. SWU, NW </i .................. 15 100 30 39.00 1964 Mort-O-Llne Industries Robert A. Mortenson, Trustee. SEU. NW '/4 .................. 15 100 SENTRAL COMM. FENTON Delia R. Cornelius & John E. McCllntock, NE'4, NWU ...... 32 97 30 39.00 1964 Delia R. Cornelius & John E. McCllntock. NWU, NWU ...... 32 97 30 33.44 19C4 Delia R. Cornelius & John E. McCllntock, SWV, NWU ...... 32 Delia R. Cornelius & John E. McCllntock, 30 40.00 1964 439.80 9.90 3.60 45330 97 30 34.44 1864 42.93 34.43 Geo, W.. Leo F., & Al Montog. S60' Lot 5 ex E161,' N96' Lot 6 ex E161' .. ......... 18 94 39 ALCONA COMM. IRVINCTON ••xicn Ralph & Agnes WItham ............ 7 2 Louis Se Ida Kelly, ................ 4 & 53 Louis Se Ida Kelly, E>' a ex N 8 rds & Ry. O.L. 1 .......... LUVEHNE COMM. PRAIRIE ST. BENEDICT Virgil Bierl ---- 4 & 58 Virgil Blerl .......... 6 B Roslee Ann Dorr Lot 10 ex. E65' of N',b & Lots 11 & 12 & E','a of 16 & 17 ............... 8 Virgil R. Bierle ...... .......... 13-14 & 15 8 .ALGONA COMM. RIVERDALE Lawrence I. Gisch, Jr., NW'/ 4 , NWU ...... 2 94 29 Lawrence I. Gisch, Jr., Gov. Lot 3 ....... . 2 94 29 Lawrence I. Gisch, Jr., S 2rds of N',i of E3|4 of Sec ....... 2 SHERMAN TOWNSHIP Bernadlne Plathe Hll- bert. NE'4, NWU — 28 94 28 Bernadine Plathe Hilbert. NWU. NW'4 28 94 28 Bernadlne Plathe Hll- bert, SWU. NWU - 28 94 28 Bernadlne Plathe Hilbert, SE'/, . NWU .. 28 94 28 ARMSTRONG COMM. SWEA Theodore H. Plath, NEU, SWU ....... 18 99 30 Theodore H. Plath, NW'4, SWV4 ...... 18 99 30 Theodore H. Plath, SW U , SW U ex Ry. 18 99 30 Theodore H. Plath, SE'/i, SWU ex Ry. 18 99 30 SWEA CITY COMM. SWEA Orville & Cecil Thoreson, W 2 rds. of NE U, NEU .......... 11 99 30 Orville & Cecil Thoreson, SW'/4. NEU — 11 99 30 Orville & Cecil Thoreson, W 2rds of SEU, . NE!4 ............... 11 99 30 ALGONA COMM. UNION Victor & Florence Fisher, NWU. NWU 9 96 29 38.79 Victor & Florence Fisher, SWU, NWU 9 96 29 38.78 Victor & Florence Fisher, SE',, NW 1 ,, U !)G 20 iO.OO 1964 46.64 1.05 .60 40.29 1964 17.36 .78 1964 42.00 .95 .60 18.74 .60 43.53 1064 •99 .02 .60 1.81 1964 18.60 .42 1964 35.12 .79 1964 36.78 1.66 1964 257 .05 1964 1964 .60 19.62 .60 36.51 .60 39.04 .60 2.92 94 29 3.00 1964 135.01 6.08 1.80 142.89 39.00 1964 38.00 1964 39.00 1964 40.00 1964 75.57 3.40 2.40 81.37 39.00 1964 31.90 1964 2851 1964 35.37 1964 526.66 23.70 2.40 552.76 1.00 1964 40.00 1964 1.00 1964 136.97 6.16 1.80 144.93 1964 1964 1064 -J97.10 22.37 1.80 521.27 SCAVENGER LIST , cThe , following Property is subject to sale under the Provisions of Section No. 7255, Code of Iowa, 1931 and due to this it is mandatory that the Public Bidder bid same in for the County. When Property is offered at a tax sale under the provisions of Section No. 7255, Code of Iowa, 1931 and no bid is received, or if the bid is less than the total amount-of the delinquent general taxes, interest and costs, the County in which said real estate is located, through its Board of Supervisors, shall bid for the said real estate a sum equal to the total amount of all delinquent general taxes, interest, penalties and costs charged against said real estate. ROSELLA VOIGT Treasurer of Kossuth County LAKOTA INC. ORIGINAL PLAT C. W. Poison, W 3' of Lot 19 & all of 20 ex W 24' 8 Walter Se Ethel Lunn.. 13 9 Walter & Ethel Lunn.. U 11 LUVERNE INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Jon A. Nelson Se John Skogmo . 3 7 1964* 44.94 5.43 1964* 167.78 22.48 1064* 371.24 49.74 1.80 52.17 1.80 192.06 1.80 422.78 SWEA CITY INC. UPPLATTED Earl S. Giles, that part of tract desc. as follows. Beg NE Cor Blk 6 Howards add. S 444', E 274', N 444' W to beg which lies N of Ry 20 1964* 253.06 30.99 1.80 285.85 00 29 1964' 5.86 .68 1.80 8.34 ™5 EL I NQUENT PERSONAL TAX PUBLICATION LIST ALGONA INC. DISTRICT, KOSSUTH COUNTY, DECEMBER 6. 1965 (U g 'A £ >> *«3 n fc So <uU M CO **» *2 *"* W C <1 +j EH W S 2 S 5£ fcH »i ALGONA INC. Kelley Lumber Co. r 85.42 384 60 Kelley Lumber Co. 43.10 .97 60 Phil G. Anderson 10.39 .47 go Carroll A. & Charleen Beens 7.08 .41 .60 Wm. & Mary Bestenlehner 8.28 .37 60 Homer & Ann Clark y 8.54 .38 .60 Earl C. & Helen Cooper 7.84 .35 60 June A. Carson 9.25 42 'go June A. Carson 184.63 831 60 Luther Fairbanks 14.71 eg go Luther J. Fairbanks 350.55 1577 go Julia F. Gatton 5.20 ^23 60 Ernest Godfredson 585.40 26.34 60 Carl & Helen Hansen 12.45 .65 60 Russell & Bertha Hardgrove 6.40 .34 go Leo & Olive Hanson 7.57 34 'go Stanley L. Hanken 5.28 24 60 John & Ada D. Hardgrove 9.81 .53 60 Olive Hanson 5.81 .26 60 Nels & Kay Isaacson 322.29 14.50 60 Louis & Ida Kelley _ 677.60 30.49 60 Donald D. Leaverton 8.07 .36 go Lois A. Leaverton 10.50 .47 60 Larry & Rutli Leaneagh 6.64 .39 go Ronald & Barbara Long 6.16 28 60 Clifford R. Long. Jr 15.35 .71 60 Marie & Raymond H. Muller 12.06 54 60 Jack L. Myers 7.20 .37 'eo Eugene W. Muller gi.g4 277 go O. L. Nasby g.60 .29 60 Elton D. & Stella Pratt 8.10 36 60 Paul & Mary Palmer 8.16 42 60 Elton D. Pratt , 37.25 1.68 '.60 Mrs. Mary A. Rich 7.02 .37 .60 John Rosensteil 12.54 .65 .60 William F. Rasmussen 10.74 .48 .60 Palmer Soluin 5.28 .24 .60 Charles Schneider 7.93 .35 .go 89.86 44.67 11.67 8.09 9.25 9.52 8.79 10.27 193.54 15.97 366.92 6.03 612.34 13.70 7.34 8.51 6.12 10.94 6.67 337.39 708.69 9.03 11.57 7.63 7.04 17.16 13.20 8.17 65.01 7.49 9.06 9.18 39.53 7.99 13.79 11.82 6.12 8.89 November 30, t965 James & Iva Turnbull 864 Drlores Van Draska . *'M Corneluls & Mary Zaugg -.III™";" 112? BANCROFT INC. Lloyd Dixon _ o tt Vivian Bcrdahl 5 ,J Donald A Dcanna Doocy III""i 634 Leo & Venial Leininger "" 11 'TJ BURT me. .Tnmes & Virginia Fries 604 Gordon & Mary Jo Gifford 757 Roland & Marjorie Lavrenz 16J4 Raymond & Marlon Westling "" 370*1 Raymond Westling . i'S? TENTON INC. Burnett Heine ___ g ^j Burnett Heine 5101 Hobert B. Mitchell "H; 1282 Robert Mitchell (Motor Co.) " 688^23 LAKOTA INC. Donald H. Bulfer .. 18.34 LEDYARD INC. Mary Ann Bashara 45.90 LONE ROCK Benjamin Meyer ...... 6.81 LUVERNE INC. James & Lavon Mallary 233.63 Edna Perkins 37.09 SWEA CITY INC. William A. Beck 866 William & Lucille Beck 97.45 William & Lucile Beck, agent 5.75 Michael K. Davis 8009 Elizabeth Gettman 8.88 .Raymond Wm. Johnston . 9.00 Marlyn E. Johnson 891 Robert E. Joy 4997 Kenneth Kollasch 975 Russel O. Parker 7.08 Russell D. Richardson 7.50 WESLEY INC. Franklin Fox ... 1033 William & Ruth Mary Hrubes 6.37 Urban J. Lickteig 1259 John D. & Irene Lickteig 228.02 John D. & Irene Lickteig, agent 12.94 Bernard J. Schrauth. Jr. 128.81 BURT COMM. BURT O. Bruce Graham 63.53 SENTRAL COMM. BURT Fayc Raye Gllbertson . 9.42 ALOONA COMM. CRESCO Walter J. Barr 2059 Kenneth O. Cooke 21.39 Arthur & Betty Campbell 8.02 Richard & Joyce Dornbier 7.52 Fort Dodge Sign Co. — 8.04 Daniel T. HSlstead 17,76 Gerald E. Manser 851 Eugene & Eileen Muller 7.94 Glenn McVay 18.22 Reynolds Inc. _. . 6707 Lament Wellendorf 164 70 Western Outdoor Adv. 10.07 SWEA COMM. EAGLE Wallace D. Dawson 39.43 Wallace D. Dawson 458.81 WEST BEND COMM. OARFIELD Lyle & Dorothy Rick 59452 TITONKA CONS. GERMAN Donald L. Radmaker 127.37 GRANT TOWNSHIP Chauncey O. Waterbury 8.10 SENTRAL COMM. GREENWOOD Duane Johannesen . 19.63 LEDYARD COMM. HARRISON Woodcock Livestock Co. 48,71 LAKOTA CONSOL HEBRON Alfred Janes 28.89 ALGONA COMM. IRVINCTON Dale V. Bannister 858 Al A. Chantland " e.56 Wayne E. Myers 853 Edward W. Schmitt 431.91 BUFFALO CENTER COMM. LINCOLN George Boehm . 9935 Orris Cushman 34.43 Roy B. Johnson ... 16.97 LAKOTA CONS LINCOLN Albert Weringa 14.38 ALCONA COMM. LOTTS CREEK Updike-Davis 7.34- BENTRAL COMM. LOTTS CREEK Gary L. Oleson 8.38 ALCONA COMM. PLUM CREEK Harold W. Gatton 45.68 BUHT COMM. PORTLAND G. T. Bergerud 744 COHWITH WESLEY COMM. PRAIRIE Don W. Karlauec 651 Virgil Bierl II~"1"I 8656 BANCROFT IND. RAMSEY Ralph J. Menke 84.10 LAKOTA CONS RAMSEY Duayne M. Johnson 857 ALCONA COMM. RIVERDALE Durwood Rutledge 743 HIVERDALE TOWNSHIP Albert Becker BOO Albert R. Becker I-IIIIIIII""! 26J13 SENTRAL COMM. SENECA Richard Parsons 874 Floyd Salisbury "II"""" 590 Jerry L. Wilberg I.-IIIIIIIII 114.81 SHERMAN TOWNSHIP Ted & Bernadine Hilbert 74.59 LEDYARD COMM. SPRINGFIELD Earl Larsen 5.90 Wesley Pirsig 117j81 ARMSTRONG COMM. SWEA Theodore Plath 10134 SWEA CITY COMM. SWEA Howard Decker . 40.77 Daryl D^Moore"""""""!!"""" "if! ALCONA COMM. UNION Fort Dodge Sign Co. 504 Nick M. Mertz II" s 18 Western Outdoor Adv. Co. 5.04 CORWITH WESLEY COMM. WESLEY Andrew D. Kramer 5 IB Bernard J. Schrauth I.IIII 36.81 .TITONKA CONS. WESLEY Kenneth Tjaden 172 93 Gary L. Thompson I" is'ja WEST BEND COMM. WHITTEMORE"" Paul J. Besch 138.11 .29 • .M rsr .40 .60 7.84 .14 .90 913 .51 .90 12.38 .43 .90 10.48 .29 .90 859 M .90 7.23 .90 .90 12.38 57 .34 .73 1.67 .33 58 2.30 .58 30.98 1.03 Jl 10.51 1.67 .39 4.39 56 1.35 52 .41 .31 255 .44 .32 .34 .49 59 .57 10.28 .58 5.78 1.43 .48 .91 .98 .33 .34 .23 .99 58 .35 .73 3.02 7.41 .45 1.78 20.65 26.74 5.73 53 .88 2.10 1.30 .43 .39 .44 19.44 4.47 1.55 .76 .64 .33 .47 2.08 .33 59 1.94 2.49 .37 .45 53 150 .49 53 5.17 3.38 57 5.30 4.56 .92 .55 53 53 53 59 1.60 7.78 .78 6.21 .60 6.61 .80 8.»1 .60 17.57 .W 39.33 .90 854 .80 7.30 XO 83.91 .60 14.00 .90 719.8t .80 .60 .80 .60 .90 .60 .90 .90 .90 .60 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .60 .90 .60 .60 190 .60 .90 .90 .90 .90 .60 .90 .60 .90 .60 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .90 .80 .90 .90 .90 .60 .60 .80 .90 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .90 .60 .60 .60 .60 18.83 47.83 7.71 144.74 38.32 9.98 102.44 9.61 62.04 6.48 10.01 7.82 52.82 10.78 8.00 8.44 11.39 7.26 13.76 238.88 14.12 134.89 65.56 10.50 21.80 22.95 6.98 8.46 5.87 U.31 1.09 8.88 17.55 70.68 172'.71 11.12 41.89 480.06 821.68 .133.70 8.63 11.11 49.41 30.70 859 7.55 9.57 451.85 104.43 39.67 18.33 15.52 8.17 9 JO 4854 8.37 7.40 88.60 67.1J 954 8.47 9.83 28.43 9.79 8.73 120.58 7>.95 8.77 123.71 109.80 4258 13.33 7.16 5.87 8.01 5.87 8.05 . 39.07 181.31 18.90 144.92 WHY IS ONLY ONE STOCK TANK HEATER AVAILABLE ON A 30 DAY FREE TRIAL PLAN? Because only one is dependable enough to make this no- risk-to-you offer. And only one is recommended by more farmers and dealers than all others combined. Because one keeps the water in a stock tank ice free automatically — all winter long — year after year — the low cost way — on economical LP gas. And only one is made by people who have been in the gas appliance business for over 64 years. Which one? Ask your neighbor. Or ask us. We'll tell you ... IT'S THE JOHNSON North Central Public Service Co. A Complete IP «nd Natural C«i Service." "5-2484

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