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4~Aif dfttt (lai) Upptr DM MeinM Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 T Ledyard Students Launch 4 Helium Space Balloons A group of six young scientists, the six-member physics class at Ledyard high school, consisting of Vernon McGregor, Darwin Jorgenson, Beth Johnson, Janis Goctz, 4phn Miller and Defin Logemann, all seniors, re- ctived' plenty of attention throughout the midwest when they launched four helium-filled pojyethelene balloons at 6:30 p.m. iNov. 10 from a field cast of the school. The balloons which hold 4,00u volume pounds of lielium each. are designed to reach a height ol 40,000 to 50,000 feet, collect data from space, then drop the payload, which includes a photographic plate, in a brilliant orange plastic parachute. According to latest reports, instructor Max Kiltgers and the six students were anxiously awaiting; ii call from anyone who might have found the dropped payload. ' Rittgers termed the launching, which took place as a crowd ot spectators, using auto headlights to probe the darkness, watched, a complete success. A strong wind carried the balloons quickly upward from the launching site in a corn field. The photographic plate, with its jell preparation, is expected to measure cosmic radiation ai heights to which was carried by the balloons. Rittgers, former .football player at Augustana College in South Dakota who is "teaching his first year of science Jrt Ledyard, believed the balloons •might reach the secondary band ;t>f radiation around the earth. "* A reading of the plate, if and •when it is found, will indicate to JU'hich height it was carried. Ra- «diation perforations will tell the 'ttory. " The six members of the class "V'orked on the project for 2Vj Mncnths before the launching, ^fhe class plans to raise funds to "pay for the equipment used by •holding a benefit supper. ~ -The University of Minnesota's •^Research Center offered help jmd advice on the project. The «(AVO tanks of helium cost $50 and "Vecessary gauges were rented for JilO. The balloons were acquired <»et a price much below retail. A second launching of four more balloons is slated tor Uec. 2, weather permitting. A reward i<offered by the school for lelurn of the payload and hopes it wil. be returned, no matter where il is found. As to the members of the class •all are very much interested in science. Logemann would like to be an engineer. Miller would like- to attend the Air F'orcc Academy. Jorgenson wants to study metallurgy. McGregor plans to go into scientific work of sonic kind Miss Johnson would like to become an elementary teacher and Miss Goetx. would like a careei in nursing. Everyone in the entire area i. 1 anxiously awaiting the final outcome of the first payload. and n> Ihe same time getting ready to hear all about the second launching set for Dec. 2. Talent Contest Entries Third Allen and Russell Bode rupre- ?cnted Kossuth County in the District Farm Bureau Runil Amateur Talent Event at Garnei on November 5. They placed third with a marimba duet in a contest which was outstanding for the quality of talent presented. Allen and Russell arc the sons of Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode, Farm Bureau membera living in Plum Creek Township. Grass Fire Algona's firemen were called to the A. N. Erpelding farm, four miles east and a mile south of Algona Saturday, Nov. 12, when a grass fire threatened to spread to a corn field. Hundreds of feet of dry grass in a ditch were burned, but other damage, to posts, etc., was slight as the fire was put out immediately. The apple was introduced into the United States in 1629 by the governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony. m DELINQUENT TAX LIST •» The following is a true and correct list of all lands and town lots in Kossuth County, Iowa on which the taxes for the year 1U59 and previous years are due "•and unpaid as appears from the several tax lists in my office. "• Notice is hereby given that unless the taxes, interest, and costs are sooner •paid, the following described land and town lots or so much thereof as is necessary to pay the said tax, interest and costs thereof, will be sold at the •County Treasurer's Office in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the first riWonday in December, A.D. 1960 between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 ^o'clock P. M. of said day until all of said lands and town lots have been offered for sale. In all cases where there are existing delinquent taxes other than for the i«ears shown, same having been previously offered for sale, but remaining •unpaid and unsold, this fact is indicated by an astrisk. (") preceding the .^description. Rosella Voigt „ . Treasurer of Kossuth County in • • • •» C " * o e 01 C £ o ^ I gtn.g M O t Q °5-2 = m TJ rti O (-1 V a 00 ID C fc. & < o u, •a I Wl *o o O H "KT&rgaret Elizabeth Reid, S "* 44 ft. of N 38 ft. of 1 & -- 2 "Anthony E. Thecsticld, E 25 * ft. of 7 •* Do 8 •CloBeteria Inc. of Indiana, Lot «• \ & E 18 ft. of N 117 ft. of 2 «fll. H. & Elizabeth Galbraith 4 •Hary J. Steinman, N i of •v 7 & n ALGONA INC. ORIGINAL PLAT 150 ft. to beg Do, Beg. 25 ft. NB of SW Cor. O. L. "A", N 25 ft. NW 100 ft. with SE line Qf said O. I,, until it interscp W lino of saitl O. L. on W line. 100 ft. E to beg. . . W. T. LOT 1959 14.19 .32 .60 15.11 IU VIRNI INC. ZOtUt'S 4TH ADD. Julius & Augusta Knopf, N. Gerald F. tJordcn. 7-3 ,% 9 I.. 1 , nn E. & Audrey E. flu D'.m & Win. I. nonius. Thomas. Lot 7. Blk Tr. V5 11 x 1 10 f! in b; g. SW Cor ,2355 It. S nn ft.. S 121.1 ft.. W f>2 It. Coi . A i-.x. 200 rt.. E W 61.35 It to befi. & Blurnci Viiiiam Ilin 1959 28 .01 CD'S SUB. DIV. OF PAHT O. L. "C" "E" & "G" 10 1! LuVEHNE INC. ORIGINAL PLAT SB. 5 8 1959 142.17 EGGEHTKS ADD. 6 3 M959 796.39 WHITMAN'S ADD. 10 NK N .60 .fill 22527 20.23 1.20 246.70 100 1 SWEA CITY INC. CLARK'S ADD. 19S7 1958 1959 174.64 20.07 1.80 196.M 'nton T. Trice, 3-4-5-6-7 & 1957 1958 UNPLATTtD 106.21 14.29 1.80 122.30 6.40 3.38 r\. Ti . to I'aul . v:.. Lund . A. IVi '. W. I ., & Robert A. I,. H. Mobet'K 7 11 SWEA CITY INC. ORIGINAL PLAT 1959 1 i)59 195!l 1!)J9 1959 1959 Ai:ii,-i P, I.aison. fi 3 3 I 3 -uidquist. ft. al., 10 St. II 3 \ llertha SvotulKon, - .2 4 M951 9 14 1959 HICHMONDS 1ST ADD. • l.'iiid'.|Uisl. ct. al.. 3 & 4 1 1959 ) HICHMONDS 4TH ADD. 2 22 1959 HOWARDS 1ST ADD. of - 2 2 1959 , , COOK'S ADD. \l;ll.-| K,-ilu;m\ 1-2 & . _ 3 1 15)511 DAURTE'S ADD. 21 1 M959 C7.53 34.03 87.70 15.63 233.08 453.86 392.14 97.44 119.02 50.26 Kli/.-ibcth Marif Smith S'i ; . O. Anrlrrson '< li.n-fl ft Huh 1.M-I-I5-1B ,V . Ki unini. '. W. I,iindr|iiist. i-t ,il K .220 ft. of I..,,t I si. SE', • Ib'-rt ,V l.rn.i Pcffrrman, MCI;. NW Cui. of p; (i!)n.B ft I.."! 21. K 140 ft. S 75 ft W MO ft. N 75 It. to beg N'.- a Haroid J. & William C. Clark Dick Harms Charles Price, E'/ 2 SI. Vac. 17 6 UNPLATTED 18 9!l 29 5.23 B1.22 33.48 3.04 1.53 395 .70 10.19 20.42 3502 4.33 5.36 2.28 .24 .60'' .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 60 1.20 .GO 119 17 800.37 71.22 36. Hi 244.17 ! 474.88 J 428 3fi 102.12 Anthony Kakizck of E. 690.6' ex. :l dl, Tr. m \V. 26.V NW Cor. 75' x 140' N'/j NE',4 19 99 29 1957 1958 1959 41.90 5.64 1.80 49.34 fF.RSONAI, TAX PlinUCATION LIST -a s< 3 g ALGONA. .60 12-4 :« .BO 5312 .BO 72.22 .60 G.07 8.04 1.20 no.-lli 1.51 .60 35.59 1959 27.79 1.25 .00 29.64 ,,„ „ .. Harvoy Mcrgcn _ _ 13 T!-eodore Elbert, E 30' of lot 7 8. all of . H Myrtle Frost _ " ..... jj 19 99 29 TITONKA INC. ORIGINAL PLAT 11 6 WAV'S ADD. 2 24 ] WESLEY INC, ORIGINAL PLAT 34 WHITTEMORE INC. ORIGINAL PLAT 6 195!) 22.24 1.00 .60 2384 1!)5JI 82.51 3.71 .60 86.82 17 70 .80 .60 19.19 1959 3.32 .15 .60 4.07 1959 28.93 1.30 .60 30.83 Lrvma & Frank MitHiodor, . .. ..„, 9 & Lots 8 ex. 1 A NE'/. E of Hv. to Webb. & Lot 10 all Fishers Est. | 4 P. P. Zorfass, E. 35 A of'NE"'/, j t '/4 P. P. ZerfasVri.~"35"A~af SfV~. SE'/ 4 Alfred S, Elizabeth Glnll Lot 8 of W'/ 2 SW/4 S of River Alfred & Elizabeth Glrill Lot 7 of E'/ 2 SW/4 S of River Alfred & Elizabclh ~ Lot 6 of Alfred & Lot 5 ,« 9S 90 •1959 1959 444.00 45185 3.36 2.06 .60 .60 447.96 48.51 1959 84.42 3.80 .60 88.82 Mclvin Abbas .. .. Garland Bradley Jn.pp'h W. Barnetl Herman Buettner Mane Floonc and Helm McMnhon Lorcn E. Courtney .. Kirharcl Davis . Arlcne R. Dnubek ....... Arlijne R. Uoubek Leu Frirlercq .. Robert J. Gouge Harold B. Gouge .... Harold Hclmers _. . . Klsie V. Hanson F.iml E. KocnlB Wilfred LiUiritsnn - . ... Day B. Lamb _ Gerald T. Mctcalf .. Theodore Martin. Jr. ....... Mrs. Agnes Miller ... ... . Harold Moklestad ... Richard C. Parsons Elton D. Pratt . .... Elton D. Pratt Sid Rosensticl Herbert E. Sehaucr Rudolph S. Stcbrit/. .... Max E. Scvvick . _ Verne Scobba ... Frederick H. Strutl.ers . Cameron C. Shicrk ._. .......... John R. Spencer _. Monte A. Scobba Dr. C. C. Sbierk George Weig Edw. and Vera INC. 1 1 .?,S 9.43 6.08 13. "8 17.7.1 5.47 8.21 .. 18.26 B.15 5.16 6.78 7.83 . .. 6.38 393.28 6.78 .. 14.71 .. 5.71 7 .HO 47. M 5.16 14.77 65.1 a 22 95 29 69.13 1959 307.45 13.84 1.20 322.4? of River 35 of River Glri W'/j SEi/, S of River Elizabeth Glnll of EVj SE'/4 S Alfred 8, Elizabeth Glnil Lot 7 of NE'/* SW'/, ' Alfred & Elizabeth Glrill Lot 8 of NW/4 SW/i S of River Alfred & Elizabeth Glrill SW/4 SW/4 ----Alfred & Elizabeth Glrill SE'/ 4 SW/4 _. 36 95 r ...... . WEST BEND IND. GARNELD Geo. W. Montag ef al, S 60' of Lot 5 & oil Lots 6-7 NW/ 4 NW/i Ex. the S 50' of W 402 6' of Lot 7 95 29 179.91 1959 342.30 15.40 2.40 360.10 283.76 12.77 2.40 298,93 BANCROFT Veda E. Doyle, NE'/, SE'/i - 14 Veda E. Doyle, NW/ 4 SE'/i 14 Veda E. Doyle, SW/4 SE'/i """ 14 Veda E. Doyle,SE'/ 4 5E'/ 4 ._ 14 LEDYARD Alfred Barslou, SW/ 4 NW 4 . 13 Alfred Barslou, SE'/i NW/i Alfred Barslou, NW/i SW/i Alfred Barslou, SW/ 4 SW'/ 4 exT R~y * SWEA August Beck, NEVi NW/, August Back, NW/ 4 NW/ 4 August Beck, SW/i NW/ 4 August Beck, 5E'/4 NW/ 4 80.77 3.63 .60 85.00 13 13 13 99 29 99 29 99 29 CITY IND. 30 99 29' 30 99 29 30 99 29 30 99 29 LAKOTA IND. HEBRON NW'/, 33 100 27 39.00 1959 NW/4 33 100 27 38.00 1959 NW/4 33 100 27 39.00 1959 '4 NW/4 33 100 27 40.00 1959 PLAT OF STEVENS 1-2- & 3 2 '1959 7 3 1959 , „ ALGONA IND. IRVINGTON McEnroe, Tract 101.5' by 94 30 1959 IND. GREENWOOD 98 29 39.25 98 29 40.00 98 29 38.64 98 29 37.89 1959 193.37 4.35 2.40 20012 IND. HARRISON 99 29 39.00 1959 39.00 1959 39.00 1959 37.10 1959 292.39 HARRISON 35796 1959 28.43 1959 32.46 1959 40.00 1959 412.06 18.54 2.40 433.00 A.58 2.40 301.37 Louie Miller, NEVi Louie Miller, NW/4 Lcuie Miller, SWV Louie Miller, SE'-i Louie E. Miller, Henry Zingg _ C Leo 582.49 26.21 2.40 61 1.10 74.22 1.28 6.53 .06 1.20 .60 81.95 1.94 . . . . .. _ 8.83 . 10.27 17.42 5.16 _. 5.47 . 9.37 _.- 9.13 6B.17 7.76 7.07 Zendcr 155.75 BANCROFT. INC. Guy Dlxon ..--58.01 Ed. C. Gilbertson ., 5.78 Mrs. Anne Horton ..... 5.51 Harold Moklestad 10.01 Harold Moklestad ... 13.35 HURT, INC. Clifford Holding ... _. 59.93 Win. Vogel ,.. 6.52 FENTON. INC. Dean Allen Cannon 7.21 LEDYARD, INC. John T. Lynch Oil Co. 28.03 John T. Lynch - 16773 Joe Troft - 16.98 LU VERNE. INC. Willard Fessencler _. 35.69 E. B. Thomas 6.97 SWEA CITY, INC. Mllo Emmerson _- 27.27 Delwyn D. Brede .-. 6.93 TITONKA, INC. Alfred C. Boelkes 11.15 Phillip J. Jaren _ 114.15 WHITTEMORE, INC. Melvin A. Elbert 7.87 Myrtle C. Frost 8.74 Edward E. Grimes 6.44 .61 .42 ..13 .6(5 .80 .30 .43 1.48 ,.82 .33 .2!) .40 .41 .34 17.70 .40 .81! .26 .V(i .41 2.16 2.113 .40 .40 .46 .7H .29 .30 .52 .41 3.07 .35 .?B 7.01 .48 .26 .25 .45 .60 2.71) .29 7'.55 1.61 .31 1.23 .31 .50 5.14 .41 .39 .29 .60 .60 .60 .60 .fill .00 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .6(1 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .W) .60 .60 .60 .60 .no .no .60 .60 .fill .(it) .60 ,li() .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .W) .60 .60 .60 .00 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 Arthur D. Stlfel ... Patrick Bradley Franris W Sheirbon George E. Volentlne Ivnbcll M. Arlreon .. Walter ,T. B.irr . Alfred ,1. Grill ... Paul V. McNclIt Frank Mitllieder . .. _______ ^.j .103.B7 HURT fND. BURT _____________ 14S30 13.09 CRESCO tWP. ... _ 3B.B-I .......... 0467 . . .. . 251.36 , ........ . BJ.63 ......... 26.1H Harold Moklestad 11.70 GRANT TWP. Alvln Lloyd •_ . . BANCROFT IND W. J. Doylr .... Veda E. Doyle . 13.87 8.87 .23 .39 1.B5 2.91 11.31 3.BJ 1 IS .53 10.45 7.01 1 1.64 19.13 6.37 9.24 34.47 19.68 7.00 6.05 7.78 8.84 7.32 411.58 7.78 16.17 6.57 16.95 8.91 50.69 6.05 16.29 68.66 9.83 9.83 11.33 111.80 6.05 6.37 10.49 Bl.14 71.84 B.71 8.05 1BS.3B 59.04 6.64 (i.36 11.06 14.55 63.23 7.41 8.13 2JI.89 175.88 18.34 37.90 7.88 2!).10 7.84 12.25 119.89 8.8R 9.73 7.33 8.79 .40 GREENWOOD . 49.04 2.23 . _ 11.01 .25 -. . lfl.71 .42 LEDYARD IND. HARRISON 44.05 1.00 . 80-IB 3.02 SWEA CITY IND. HARRISON . . 81.10 3.78 :. 70.44 1.79 BUFFALO CENTER IND. HEBRON Donald C,'. Hofbnucr ... . 67.17 3.02 LAKOTA INt>. HEBRON Virgil K. Krnsch 50.17 2.26 Louis Miller ... ... 271.47 <• 12.22 RAKE IND C.irl Ilalluifln Richard C. Pfaffmger ...... Walter PfaJClngcr ... ALGONA IND James F. Coyne Alfred Bat-slim Jaitics C. Kotlasch August Heck ... Carl Lien 3.40 .55 Lucy ForsM .. . .. .. Lloyd W. McMahon Everett E. St. John . Adolph Yoiingwlrth Harold Moklestad .. Merlin P. Hailscn .. Jerry Dean McVay LU VF.RNE 97.9B 4.41 , LU VERNE 32.51 .73 5.03 .U3 111.33 5.01 271.47 HEBRON 75.40 12.ra ' 8.44 .:-;B IRVINGTON . ... .. 56.89 2.31 fi.?l .34 -. fl.Ofl .40 LU VERNE IND. IRVINGTON 70.35 3.17 LAKOTA IND. LEDYAHD ... 10.51 .47 LOTTS CREEK TWP. .. 12.08 .60 SENTRAL IND. LOTTS CREEK 11.56 .52 CORWITH IND. Richard and Loretla Gourley _. LU VEF1NE IND Dennis F. Carroll .. ... Alvln and John lloveland . ._ Melvin and Jane Kubly ALGONA IND. PLUM CREEK Joan Long .. .-.. 25.6(1 1.15 HURT IND. PORTLAND Alfred Barslou 62.47 John P. Klssner ... 10.52 Arden D. Nelson CORWITH IND Edwar J. Carman LAKOTA IND. RAMSEY Howard J. Weydert ... 65.70 ALGONA IND. RIVERDALE Harlan Harris __ 8.16 IUVERDALE TWP. Stanley F. Segur 6.96 SENECA SENTRAL Earl Elmer Crouch 36.55 Carl W. Hanson _. 103.50 ALGONA IND. SHERMAN Dean M. Hungate 5.29 LU VERNE IND. SHERMAN Geo. Schnet/er 8.75 James B. Schade 51.52 I SWEA IND. SWEA Virgil Blomslcr 10.47 Ivan Rasmussen ... 170.05 Dettmer Thompson ... . 9.45 ALGONA IND. UNION Francis B. Gisch _ 6.69 Algona Livestock Co. 18.22 Francis B. Gisch 48.54 Carl Meskimen .. ... .. 7.13 Herbert J. Weydert 100.85 . CORWITH IND. WESLEY Ivan E. Johnson 107.00 WHITTEMORE* 1 TWP. Ralph Schumacker 77.77 9.67 PRAIRIE 32.87 1.41 .47 .44 1.48 2.96 .31 .82 4.66 .30 .47 7.65 .43 .30 .1(2 2.18 .32 4.54 4.82 3.50 1959 95.63 4.30 GO 100.53 24 24 25 41 19D9 1953 1959 11)59 472.49 49.38 160.16 41.12 21.26 2.22 7.21 1.85 .60 .60 .60 .60 -194.35 52.20 167.97 43.57 87 CALL'S ADDITION •wAug Bollingcr. 1-2-7 & 8 72 -1959 -Merlin P. & Ruth F. Hansen 1 !>9 1959 •"Theresa & Hi-nry Refier 3 149 1959 "Gladys Pesicka 7149 1959 ""•Loren & Annabolle Courtney. Coin, at N. W. Cor. Lot 5 & W. 6B ft. N 1959 114.09 12.95 1.20 158.24 Blk. 100. E «W & S 132 ft. "•Gr-o. Wallace, •"Alfred J. & Life Esl.. 5 & Elizabeth Grill ••William T. Gustin. Com. M Cor. Lot 3 W 120 ft. S 67 ft., E 120 It.. N 78 ft., to beg .. wStanlsy T. Collene Black. W „ 66.5 ft. of Lot 2 Aud Pint «, Gov. lot 6 ex. strip 1 rd. by M, 12 rds. on W Side 1959 6 16'i 1959 5 1115 1959 CALL'S AVE. ADDITION N E 301.10 53.72 17.75 21.79 26.51! 57.44 1.90 2.42 1.20 .19 ' 1.60 3.5". .40 .00 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 303.60 56.74 19.55 22.88 211.78 61.59 9.83 3 240 UNPLATTED 1959 51.52 2.95 .60 5B.07 . C. Behnkendorf, Bg. jfi rds. W of SW Cor. Lot 14 Blk. 1 Call's Add. N 40 rds. W to W line of Sec., S 40 rds., E to beg. 2 95 29 1! BANCROFT INC. CALL'S ADDITION 1.60 .07 1959 .17 3.02 .60 .60 2 27 70.79 1/2' in ME Cor. NW'/ 4 NW'/i John T. McGuire, NEVi SW'/) John T. McGuire, NWVi SW'/, John T.'McGuire,'Nl/2 SW'/ 4 SW'/ 4 Jchn T. McGuire, SEVj SW'/i Lucy Fcrstl et al, NE'/ t NW'/ 4 Lucy Fersft ct al, NW'/, NW'4 II l.ucy Ferstl et al, SW'/j NV/'/J et al, SEV 4 NW'/j Lucy Ferstl Sndio Riley, Edward Edward 7 95 28 17 95 28 40.00 17 95 28 3900 17 95 28 18.50 17 95 28 38.00 -. 24 95 28 39.00 -- 24 95 28 38.00 .- 24 95 28 39.00 --24 95 28 40.00 PLAT OF IRVINGTON E'/b 16-17 & 18 5 1959 SEXTON 5-6-9-10-11 & 12 2 1959 8 2 1959 ALGONA IND. PLUM CREEK SW' /4 SW/, 15 96 28 1.00 26 96 28 39,00 26 96 28 40.00 27 96 28 39.00 27 96 28 40.00 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 213.14 1959 1959 1959 1959 52280 88.83 4.00 .60 93.43 9.59 2.40 225.13 23.53 2.40 548.7H , 13.97 .63 .60 15.20 Fitch, Fitch 12.37 19.09 .28 .43 .60 .60 George H. Johnson, 1 A S. H. Chris J. Miller, NW/ 4 NW/, Chris J. Miller, SW/4 NW'/ 4 Chris J. Miller, NE'/4 NE',4 Chris J. Miller, SE'/i NE'/, Alfred Barslou, NE'/ 4 SW/4 Alfred B.irslou, NW/ 4 SW/i Alfred Barslou,. SW/ 4 SW/ 4 Alfred Barslou, SE'/ 4 SW'/, Alfred Barslou, SW/ 4 SE'/, Alfred Barslou, SE'/, SE'/ 4 Alfred Barslou, SE'/, SE'/4 . Alfred Barslou, NE'/j NE'/, Alfred Barslou, NW/, ~" Alfred Barslou, SW/4 Alfred Barslou, NW'/ 4 triang. tract in SV, Alfred Barslou, SE 1 /., Alfred Barslou, Alfred Alfred NE'/j . NEl/4 . 5E'/4 ex Cor. . BURT IND. PORTLAND 29 97 28 40.00 1959 29 97 28 40.00 1959 29 97 28 40.00 1959 29 97 28 40.00 1959 30 97 28 40.00 1959 30 97 28 40.00 1959 30 97 28 40.00 1959 31 97 28 40.00 1959 31 97 23 40.00 1959 31 97 28 40.00 1959 1959 1959 1959 259.27 1959 406.29 3.04 .14 .60 13.25 20.12 3.78 1959 1 1.67 1.20 272.14 18.28 1.20 425.77 148.49 3.34 2.40 154 2o 74.70 74.70 1.68 1.68 1.20 1.20 77.58 77.58 Alfred Sarslou, Bjrslou, NE'/4 SE'/4 f*J\V ' j j*4 vV ' SW,4 NW/' NE'., SW/i 31 31 31 32 32 32 97 28 97 28 28 28 28 28 97 97 97 97 39.71 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 CORWITH IND. PRAIRIE 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 233.54 5.25 2.40 241.19 68.14 1.53 1.20 70.8X 180.32 4.06 1,80 186.18 V.ildred A .Langcnfeld, SW \ SI.'4 II 95 27 Mi'drcd A. Langcntold, SE'i SE' /4 II 95 27 Mildred A. Langenfcld, NE'- d SW/i 12 95 27 MMdred A. Laoaonfrld, NW/j SW'./j 12 95 27 MilJrcd A. Langenfiiu, SW, 4 SW'< 4 12 95 27 Fiiuicd f Langcnfeld, jE' 4 SW.-j 12 95 27 Alfred ME", Alfred NW/i & Elizabeth NE'.., & Elizabeth Nt'' 4 .. Gnll ALGONA IND. RIVERDALE 2 94 29 41.16 1959 39.00 1959 37.65 1959 151.71 3.41 1.20 156 J2 40.00 1959 38.64 1959 37.89 1959 39.25 1959 236.84 5.33 2.40 24-1.37 "Well, • 4 I'll be a monkey's uncle! •"Veda Doyle. 8-9 & JOHN A. WINKEL'S SUB. DIV. OF S 1/3 SJ SWJ SEC. 13-98-29 - 10 1959 38.15 .BO .60 39.61 BURT INC. » ORIGINAL PLAT ' Cliff Holding. W 26 ft. 'i ft. 4 4 1959 • 01.49 3.67 .60 85.76 «•* , PART OF S 6A OUT LOT 1 •"Bertha A. Mansmith, Ex. S •* 50 ft. N i of 2 -.-- M959 271.61 l.lifj .60 273.90 «a . NICHOLSON'S 1ST ADD. wRoberl W. Voigt. Ex. S 125 ft. 1 1 1959 127.62 5.71 .60 133.96 MI NICHOLSON'S 2ND ADD. 4*Emma Manus, S 50 ft. of Lot «, 1 & N 1/3 of Lot 2 Blk. 1 -1959 469.60 2.67 .60 472.87 »Bylma &. Estel HenU, 4-5 &. .Clifford and Georgia Holding, t E 75 ft. - BUELL'S 2ND ADD. TO BURT SUB. DIV. OF BLK. 1 & 2 BUELL'S ADD. 6 U MURTAGH'S ADD. 1959 10.3:; M Homer O. and Dorthy Miillh- M«" Jeson. E 70 ft. of Lot 1, E 70 ,-, ft. & S 7 ft. of W 60 ft. Lot #B SfBlk.3 & Lot 3 ex, S 8 ft. Planting. 23 & 4 5 FENTON INC. ORIGINAL PLAT 1959 102.45 4.61 .60 11. .60 11)7.60 PARK ADD. 21 6 LAKOTA INC. 1ST ADD. 19D9 23.55 LOG .60 25.21 1959 23.49 1.06 .60 25.15 ", Win. Hauni, N 150 ft. of W W"- 0 - 1 - - 'LEDYARD me. ' ORIGINAL PLAT SeUcrt ,--, IS 3 DUNLAPS ADD. tiO H. K 31 iusy 1959 101.00 l.«7 .60 196.52 1959 57.39 5.15 1.20 63.74 33.6S) 1.52 .60 35.B1 Grill, 2 94 '29 42.54 SENECA SENTRAL Loiter T. Jensen. 5E', 4 SE'/i 33 98 30 37.64 Lester T. Jensen, SW.- 4 SW/4 .. 34 98 30 3764 Lester T. Jensen, SE'/ 4 SW, 4 ... 34 98 30 3900 SHERMAN TWP. Margaret N. Kohlhaas, All that part of SW'-., SW,., lying West of Public Hy. .'..... 20 94 28 50' SWEA IND. SWEA Bcrnicc E. & Deltn'cr R. Thompson, VV. 10 A. in SW Cor. MW . NE'/4 .'.. 10 9930 1959 208.19 9.37 1.20 218.76 Bc-mice E. & Dcttmtr R Thompson, W 16'j' of NW/4 NE' 4 10 99 30 Burnico E. & Dettmer R. Thompson, SW/4 NE'4 Bernica E. (. Dettmer R. Thompson NW/4 SE'-- 4 .--. _ 10 99 30 10.50 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 I 17.97 5.31 .60 123.8S 217.1 I 9.77 1.20 22308 .93 .09 1.20 2.22 1959 10 99 30 40.00 1959 38.53 1959 WESLEY 247.35 11.13 2.40 260.88 (Life E»t.), (Life ht.), (Life Est.), (Life E.st i, D. Paulson, D. Pau'ion, 15 96 27 40.00 1959 15 96 27 15 96 27 15 96 27 15 96 27 40.00 1959 3».00 1959 39.00 1959 40.00 1959 625.52 23.15 300 656.67 22 96 27 39.00 1959 CORWITH IND. Mildred Johnson NW,:, NE'j Vilcired Johnson NE',4 NW,4 . Mildicd Johnson NW/4 NW 4 Mildred Johnson SW',4 NV.'ij MilJrcd Johnion SE',4 NW/4 -. John F. & Fern NW.4 SW 4 . John f. i Fein SW',4 SW/4 The following No. 725b, Cod'. 1 of Iowa 1931 bid same in fwr the County. When Properly is o'leicd at a tax sale under the provis.ons of Section No 7/55, Code of Iowa, 1931 and no bid is received, or if the bid ii less fhjn the total an.ount of tho delinquent general taxes, interest and coMs, the County in which sj,d real estate is located, through its Board ot Supervisors, shall bid for the said real estate a sum equal to Ihe total amount of all delinquent general ta*es, interest, penalties and costs charged, against said refll estate. SCAVANGfR LIST Rosella Voiqt Tieasurer of Kossulh County ALGONA INC. CALL'S APP. 1957 22 96 27 38.00 1959 Property is subiect to sale under and due to this it 323.04 14.54 1.20 358.7o the Provisions of Soction is mandatory that the Public Bidder Joseph J. Ramus — ............ I ifl 2..J2 .31 1.80 4. 4J .60 ,00 .BO .80 .BO .no .60 .00 .RO .80 .RO .00 .no .no .so ,60 .00 .BO .r.o .BO .BO .150 .60 .60 .60 .no .no .BO .60 .00 .no .60 .00 .60 .1)0 .60 .60 .00 .60 .00 .00 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .00 .60 .no .60 .60 .00 .00 .60 .60 .60 .00 .60 318. M 1S5.M 5.M 14.20 3889 68. IB 263.27 00.10 27.!* 12.83 52.47 11. RB 19.73 4B.25 R1.R8 ft3.4n (11.83 70.7D 5.'!.on 2B4.2!) 70.40 13.4:i 9.42 60.05 7,15 7.66 74.12 11.58 13.28 12.68 lo':.rn 311.84 5 Bfi 116.91 27.41 64.411 1 1 .59 10.71 34.95 09.20 U.I.I 7.87 37.97 108.82 G.lfl 9.74 54.50 11.51 178.30 10.48 7.59 19.64 51.32 8.05 105.09 112.47 81.87 I've got to admit it...curling does make ButterttUt better! 1 That's all it takes, ma'am... Just one taste! How does a simple curl do it? Well, you see, the new TENDR-KURL* method adds an extra step in the kneading process. It actually curls the dough, stretches the bread-cells to make the bread more tender. Presses out tiny air bubbles, so the bread stays fresher. It's baked longer* too... and that improves the flavor. You say new Butternut's the kind of bread you'd bake yourself ...if you had time? Well, thank you! What more could we say? Now it's

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