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April 28, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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r.v^^^E:;.^TW'i^ w ^^t^i':*^rii''^ ! ^^%ur;:"jr.w;wi l «'^:M';y'. ·· v ^'/g5jKKM!W2^p3^^^ TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 28 1934 Name ·' Owners »nd Descriptions most, Geo. B.. * sewer £ Paving D. ». on Lot 23 Stoats Add Howe. D. D., *ft Sewer oh Lot 2, Blk. 3 Lindons Add Howe, D. D.. * Sewer on Lot 3, Blk. 3 Lindens Add Huey, Caroline Theodore Duntemaun, "ft Sewer IX 1. on Lot 1, Blk. 10 Rogers Sandrys Add Huey, Caroline Theodore Duutemann, * Sewer D. B. "on Lot 2, Bin. 10 Rogers ft Sandrys Add fluey, Caroline Theodore Duntcmann, · Sewer ft D. D. on Lot 3, Blk. 10 Rogers ft Sandrys Add Curvo. Inez W. * sewer on Blk. 8 In Sub. Lot 1 In S J ,i SW^i NW*i W J ,s NEVi 18-96-21 ....... Larson, George, "ft Paving ft D. D. on Lot 4, Blk. 30 Camp Meetinc Grounds · · Meyer, A. R.. * ». D. on. Lot 6, Blk. 3 Rogers * Mlchcls, Mae, "ft safer D. i. on Lot 3, Blk. 29 Camp MeeUng Grounds :"11'"A' MlChels, Mac, "ft Sewer ft D. D. on Lot 4, Blk. 29 Camp - Meeting Grounds V.'",'""i'i" MUler. Oliver, * Paving · on Lot 6 In Lot 10 In fauu. Miller, Oliver, * 4 'on Lot"? In Lot 10 In Sub. Nw»l SW',i raison, 1 Ben" M" ' "ft Sewer"ft'b. b. on Lot 2, Bl'k. 11 Rogers Sandrys Add · · · · Tierandson, E., "on Lot 17, Blk. 3 Beavers Ada Tlerandson, E., *on Lot 18, Blk. 3 Beavers Add. .:...:.. TJcrandson, E., 'on Lot 19, Blk. 3 Beavers Add TJorandson, E., 'on Lot 20, Blk. 3 Beavers Add. ··········" Turner, T. B., » D. D. on Lot 1, Blk. 8 Camp Meeting Tun«ry V T? S B.,''''i"b;'b'.''on'LoV'2,"Bik.'"8 Camp Meeting Chase Manufacturing "Co., "on Lot 21, Blk. 2 West Haven Chase Manufacturing Co., *on Lot 19, Blk. 11 west Havea Chase Manufacturing Co., *on Lot 12, Blk. 14 West Haven Colloton Bros., "on Lot 20, 9 West Haven Colloton, John, "en S 26.4 It. ot E 66 It. o Lot 2 In Auditors Replat Lot 12 E A Sub. KB54 SW'i 9-96-20 .... Colloton, John, 'on 15 ft. In width ot X side o! Lot 1 in Maxtlelds Hesub. ot .Lot 3 In Lot 7 In E A Sun. NEli SWVl 9-90-20 ..:.:...:..:.:- o,V"i Colloton, Marian, "ft Sewer Sidewalk · on Lot 6, Elk. o Collotons Add. · ·;jT Colloton, W. H., ·* Sewer on Lot 5. Blk. 2 Collotons Add. Colloton, W. H., » Sewer on Lot 6,'Bllt.'2 Collotns Add. Coon, C. A., '. Sewer Sidewalk on Lot 184 Midland Hts. Coon C. A., ·. Sewer Sidewalk on Lot 190 Midland Hts. Cotton, F. H., "on Lot 8, B1K. 5 West Haven Faust, D. L. ft Mary Olive, "on Lot 26, Blk. 0 West Haven Faust D. L. Mary Olive, "on' Lot 7, Blk. 16 West Haven Gates, Mrs. Nellie, 'on Lot 19, Blk. 9 West Haven Sirrlne, S A., "on Lot 145 Midland Hts -· Cotls, Mrs Nellie, »on Lot 1, Blk. 13 west Haven GoUs. 'Mrs. Nellie, "on Lot 12,'Blk. 13 West Haven ItcGIll, Mary A., · Sewer on Lot 535 1st Add. Midland Hts. McGIU, Mary A., "ft Sewer on Lot 536 1st Add. Midland Hts. · Mark, Harry, "on Lot 10, Blk. S West Haven Mark, Harry, *on Lot It, Blk. 8 West Haven Midland Development Co., "on Lot 249 Midland Hts Newsome James D.,."on Lot 18, Blk. 8 West Haven Newsome, James D., 'on Lot 19, Blk. 8 West Haven O'DonncIl, Ed. "on Lot 4, Blk. 4 West Haven O'Shana, A., *on Lot 10, Blk. 14 West Haven · Patmor, 1. H., *fc Sewer ft Sidewalk on Lot 171 Midland Patmorfj. H'.,"*oiT Sewer * Sidewalk on Lot 176 Midland RadmSfvfsto,' Soka," '-on' N'SO' it 'Lot" 7, 'i)lk.' 2 Colloton^ Eodmonov-ick;'Laz'es,'''o'n'EM.'H 56'£'LoV"7,' Eli.' 2, Coiio- S*Kt?R.*D? * P.' 'H."Kehm"'on'Lot'22,""Bik."9'"wVst"Haven sweet £ D ft P. H. Kehm, "on Lot 23, Blk.'9 West Haven Sweet, R. B P H Kehm, -on Lot 1, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet R D P H. Kehm -on Lot 7. Blk. 10 West Haven Sw-ect R 5" ft P 1L Kehm ' -on Lot 8, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet R.' D ft P S. Kehm 'on Lot 9, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet H D P H. Kehm, «on Lot 14, Bit 10 West Haven Sweet' it D! I P H Kehm "on Lot 15, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet R D P H. Kehm '"on Lot 18, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet R/D ' ft P H . Kehm, 'on Lot 19, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet. R. D ft P H. Kehm, "on Lot 20, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet R D ft P H Kehm, "on Lot 21, Blk 10 West Haven Sweet S D ft P H Kehm, -on Lot 22, Blk. 10 Wast Haven Iweet' K." £ P H Kehm -on Lot 23, Blk. 10 West Haven Sweet R D P. H. Kehm *on Lot 24, Elk. 10 West Haven sSect F D P H Kehm »on Lot 26, Blk. 10 West Haven lTMrt n. D P B Kehm, "on Lot 7, Blk. 11 West Haven Sweet,' £ D' ft P.' H. Kehm, »on Lot S, Bit. 11 West Haven ?w«f ^ D" ft P" H." KchS,' -on Lot 10, Blk. 11 West Haven qweet R D ft P H. Kehm "on Lot 20, Blk. 11 west Haven swle ' R.' D P H Kehm, "on Lot 13, Blk. 13 West Haven I«.~t £ D 2 P H Kehm, "on Lot 1, Blfc. 14 West Haven !we«' R.OP H Kehm "on Lot 2, Blk. 14 West Haven lw«t R D ft P H. Kehm "on Lot 3, Blk. 14 West Haven ?w«t K D t P H Kehm '"on Lot 4, Blk. 14 West Haven S.M* R D t P' H Kehm, "on Lot 5, Blk. 14 West Haven Iwect' R V ft P." H Kehm -on Lot 6, B1K. 14 West Haven «TMt R. D ft P a Kehm "on Lot 7, B1K. 14 West Haven Iweet' £ Si t P. a Kehm! -on Lot 1, Blk. 16 West Haven Sweet! R. D. ft P. H. Kehm, "on Lot 2, Blk. 16 west- g*TM Iwlet £ D I P H. IeS: "oS Lot S, lit 16 West Haven S£ TL S' ft P n. Kehm "on Lot 8, Blk. 16 West Havan Iweet' £ D' II H KehnT, "on Lot 19, Blk. 16 West Haven l«rt R D t P H Kehm "on Lot 20, Blk. 16 West Haven. ISrt R D = H Kehm «on Lot 21, Blk. 16 West Haven Iweet' Si D * P H. Kehm «on Lot 22, Bit 16 West Haven t^rt 5" TJ ft P H Kehm »on Lot 25, B1K. 16 West Haven I M' 1" S" t P B! Ke^ «6n Lot 26, Blk. 116 West Haven IhomV^ea/Cc 3 ; ?oTLot 0 ? Z , Blk. 11 West Haven --Thornton, Jesse, "on Lot 26,' Bit" 6 West Haven · · · · · · · · · B«3tiTMnrat National, Mason City, Iowa, "on Lot 25, Beck F c e 8 B?nK ^^moutiV'la.;' ^i 20 f t . O f N 79 ft Lot 12, Blk. 25 B 0 Add Hovt S M., 'on Lot 12 Hoyts Add ' Hovt S M., *on Lot 13 Hoyts Add ·· White, V. S., 'on Lot 2S Hoyts Add. · · · · White V S., "wri Lot 35 Hoyts Add * white V S., *on Lot 42 Hoyts Add · White' V. S., *on Lot 49 Hoyts Add · White V. S., "on Lot 56 Hoyts Add White V S , *on Lot 63 Hoyts Acid · · · w5ley', ciaSde E." »on B 60 ft. of W 90. It. of Lots 1 2 Franke D°este dd 'i E! Semr on 'Lot' 15, "lJik.""s' Parkera 6th Wolff, rred"G.",' ; on'Lot 70 Hoyts Add. ··"".·"···.··J,.""";"; McCormlck, H. H. Neta E. Davis, 'on Oakland Place Lot 2, .Blk. 1 Tax Int. Costs 32.54 10.94 79.98 25.25 79.98 25.25 39.6* 14.42 39.08 14.42 3D.70 14.42 70.21 22.41 11.83 1.50 24.411 7.19 22.111 5.S8 29.98 8.17 177.88 47.72 04.85 B.04 39.53 14.14 8.85 2.30 8.85 2.30 8.86 2.30 8.85 2.30 4.70 2.70 2.70 3.50 3.50 3.00 2.70 2.70 2.30 3.10 3.10 2.30 1.50 3. SO 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 7.60 1.98 13.00 3/41 6.50 1.70 11.28 5.31 7.14 1.87, 1.90 1.50 1.50 2.70 1.50 131.94 41.20 48.22 13.75 48.22 13.75 65.21 18.60 67.83 19.34 10.40 2.75 9.76 2.50 10.77 5.12 7.14 1.87 29.31 7.93 5.85 1.53 5.85 ' 1.53 34.62 8.31 34.60 8.31 13.75 5.48 14.63 6.03 ,52..i8 15.27 11.61 3.90 11.61 3.90 11.70 3.07 9.73 3.92 3.90 2.70 2.70 2.40 2.40 1.50 1.50 2.70 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.80 1.80 1.90 1.90 2.70 2.30 2.30 1.50 2.30 23.61 6.32 1.50 0.09 1.89 1.90 15.91 6.02 30.96 7.75 30.96 7.75 · 19.55 5.41 19.55 5.41 19.55 5.41 19.55 5.41 19.55 5.41 19.55 5.41 1.90 2.70 2.70 l.SO 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 19.90 6.56 1.30 ·Roberts, E.' R., "on Lot 11, Blk. -4 Highlands Roberts E R. «on Lot 12, Blk. 4 Highlands ..;..... Shennan C. B., "on Lot S, Blk. 11 R. S. Youngs Sub. o£ " Lots 2-6-9-10 and all that part of Lots11 ft 2 lying W i S of center of Lime Creek in Sub. NW% of 11-96-20 sirrine S A , »on Lot 14, Blk. 13 East Park Place Add Seci Allan F Receiver Bank of Plymouth, Iowa, "t Sewer i Sidewalk on Lot 6, Blk. 10 Franciscos 2nd Add. Dempsey, Sophia A., "ft Paving ft Sewer on Lot 6, Blk. i" Lo't 4, Bl'k. 11 Franciscos 2nd 51.47 17.36 23.60 6.32 . 23.SO 6.28 28.67 T.55 28.68 7.55 28.67 7.55 28.64 7.55 36.97 9.24 51.15 11.19 3.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 28.81 3.09 1.90 17.09 4.48 1.50 93.68 23.46 4.30 356.53 212.46 6.30 94.78 28.04 3.90 e j : £ : g: pss. ·* * 19; «*, 3 Dletz J H. C. H. Parsons, «on Lot 23, Blk. 3 Fair View Diet* J. H. 'ft C. H. Parsons, »on Lot 24, Blk. 3 Fair V ew Dietz J H C. H. Parsons, »on Lot 13, Blk. 4 Fair View Dusbabeck, Martin i Emil, *on Lot 11. Blk. 1 College Add. Dusbabeck! Martda' S: Emll, 'on Lot 8, Blk. 4 Franascos Sues, Louis', - "S:"sewer Sidewalk on Lot 20, Blk. 11 Franclscos 2nd Add. · · Gazes, Louis * Sewer Sidewalk on Lot 21, Blk. 11 Franciscos 2nd Add ·- · Halley D W Gladys A., »on Lot 20. Blk. S, Franciscos 2nd aaymau,' Jlia, » Sewer on Lot 10, Blk. 11, Franciscos Kirschman. _Esthec L., * Sewer on Lot 13, Blk. 2 "Kirschman, Ether L., * Sewer on Lot 14, Blk. 2 Fair View ·Koska, Mary, 'on'Lot 17. Blk. 2 Franciscos 2nd Add. ,.,.,. Koska, Mary, "on Lot 18, Blk. 2 Franciscos 2nd Add Kuppinger, Mary A., » Sewer, on.Lot 20, Blk. 25 College Add ·'. '· Law Land Company, *on Lot 1, Blk. 1 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on I«t 2, Blk. 1 Laws Add Law Land Company, *ou Lot 3, Blk. 1 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on ot 5. Blk. .1.Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 6, Blk. 1 Laws Add. .......... Law Land Company, *on Lot 9, Blk. 1 Laws Add. ..-Law Land company, *on Lot 30, Blk. 1 Laws Add -- IAW Land company, *on Lot 12, Blk. l Laws Add. ....... Law Land Company, *on Lot 13, Blk. 1 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 1, Blk. 2 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 2, Blk. 2 Laws Add .'.. Law Lar.d Company, *on Lot 3, Blk. 2 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 4, Blk. 2 Laws Add. Law Land Company, *oa Lot 9, Blk. 2 Laws Add Law Land company, *on Lot 12, .Blk. 2 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 13, Blk. 2 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 14, Blk. 2 Laws Add. ........ Law Land Company, "on Lot 15, Blk. 2 Laws Add. Law Land Company, *on Lot 3, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 4, Blk. 3 Laws Add. .... Law Land Company, *on Lot 5, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 6, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *0n Lot 7, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot S, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, 'on Lot 9. Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, »on Lot 10. Blk. 3 Laws Add. Law Land Company, «on Lot 11, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, 'on Lot 12, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 17, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 18, Blk. 3 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 1, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 3, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 4, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 5, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 6, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot'7, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 8, Blk. 4 Laws Add. Law Land Company, fon Lot 9, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, »on Lot.10, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 11, Blk. 4 Laws Add Law Land Company, »on Lot 8. Blk. 5 Laws. Add Law Land Company, »on Lot 12, Blk. 5 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 13, Blk. 5 Laws Add Law Land company, *on Lot 14, Blk. 5 Laws Add. ......... Law Land Company, *on Lot 3, Blk. 6 Laws Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 4. Blk. 6 Laws Add Law Land Company, »on JM 5, Blk. 6 Laws Add Law Land Company, ^on Lot 7. Elk. 6 Laws Add Law: Jjntl Company, "oon Lot 9, Blk. G Laws Add, , ... 111.33 27.85 22.50 22.50 22.51 24.84 24.85 '26.39 41.59 33.76 3.90 8.16 1.90 6.17 1.90 6.17 1.90 6.17 1.90 7.07 1.90 7.07 1.90 6.15 1.90 10.90 1.50 53.59 13.87 1.60 S9.57 26.49 3.90 39.84 10.62 1.10 63.9618.76 .1.70 62.98 18.62 1.70 60.70 15.61 1.50 180.20 50.92 1.50 70.36 20.33 13.26 3.49 11.26 2.86 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.96 11.26 2.97 11.26 2.97 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.56 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13,20 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 13.26 3.49 12.18 3.07 13.26 3.07 13.26 3.07 13.26 3.07 13.2H 3.07 13.55 3.53 3.10 1.55 1.50 1.60 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.5!) 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 l.SO 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1,50 1.50 1.30 1.50 1.50 1.50 Total 48.18 107.93 107.93 57.50 57.60 57.62 101.32 10.09 33.98 31.18 41.26 22T.90 65.39 57.17 12.65 12.65 12.66 12.65 7.02 1.98 1.90 11.60 11.48 17.91 19.29 10.51 85.43 22.84 -1.50 109.77 10.25 2.09 1.30 14.44 177.04 64.47 64.47 80.21 89.57 14.65 13.82 18.59 1U.61 38.74 8.88 8.88 44.73 44.71 21.13 22.56 70.75 17.81 17.81 · 16.27 15.93 59.20 16.27 2.70 78.17 59.20 16.27 2.70 204.72 53.78 1.50 82.19 23.96 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.80 2.04 1.50 7.80 2;04 1.50 7.80 2.04 1.50 7.80 2.04 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 V.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1-87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.8T 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 7.14 1.87 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 6.50 1.70 1.50 3.24 .85 1.50 3.24 .85 1.50 3.24 .85 1.50 5.S5 1.53 1.50 5.83 1.53 1.50 0.85 1.53 1.50 5.85 1.53 1.30 5.S5 1.53 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.30 l.BO 5.19 1.36 1.50 3.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.56 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 5.19 1.36 1.50 16.07 7.56 2.30 33.67 11.59 1.90 78.17 260.00 117.65 10.44 10.44 11.34 11.34 11.34 11.34 10.44 10.M 10.44 10.44 10.44 .10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 10.44 9.70 9.70 9.70 9.70 9.70 S.59 15.59 5.59 S.8S 8.88 8.88 · 8.88 8.88 S.05 8.05 S.05 8.05 8.05 8.05 8.05 8.05 8.05 8.05 8.05 25.93 47.16 31.43 8.88 23.83 41.41 41.41 26.46 26.46 26.46 26.46 26.46 26.46 72.33 31.42 31.68 37.72 37.73 37.72 37.69 47.71 63.84 38.83 23.07 121.44 775.29 126.72 149.01 37.91 30.57 30.57 30.58 33.81 33.82 34.44 53.99 68.96 119.96 119.96 51.56 92.50 26.96 3.90 '· 123.42 S4.42 IMto B e l P . . 6* .- pavns . Jackson, Belle P.. 6th payment paving Lot 32 Forest rant Walker Edgar. 6th payment paving Lot 98 Forest ram Long, Nellie, 3th 4 9th payments Sewer Lot 22, Blk. 5 HarttT M° d J. Ad lst,'2nd:"3'rd"i' Vth payment 'sewer Lot i r m ^ D d d D.-o."91 on' w'4-iot 93.79 18.25 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 15.72 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 is.: 13.25 18.2: 1S.25 18.25 18.25 18.2, 18.25 18.25 IS. 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 1S.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 18.25 13.25 18.25 16.75 18.25 13.25 13.25 1S.25 1S'.63 Tux Int. Costs 13.55 3.58 11.52 3.00 12.52 3.48 12.52 3.48 02.55 13.87 1.50 49.78 13.06 13.20 3.42 Name of Owners and Descriptions Law Land Company, "on Lot 10, Blk. 6 Laws Add Law Land Company, "on Lot 11. Blk. 6 Law Add Law Land Company, *on Lot 3. Blk. 7 Laws Add Law Land Company, "on Lot 4. Blk. t Laws Add Oppendahl, E. G. Lewis A. Westlnud, · Sewer oon Lot 6 Blk. 11 Franclscos 2nd Add. ·- Oppedahl. E. G. k Lewis A. Westlnnil, "i Sewer on Lot 7, Blk. 11 Franciscos 2nd Add . · · RafUs. D. J., "on Lot 7, Blk. 1 Laws Add ; ......... EusselJ, Albert P., *on Lot 2 in Sub, Lot 2 In SMi r»*"i Russell, Albert P.. 'on Exe. street at Lot 3 In Sub. SEll - NE!4 10-00-20 · ' " Sirrlne, S. A., ."on Lot 10, fllk. 2 Fair View Add. Sirrlne. S. A., " Sewer on Lot 4, Blk. 3 talr V ew Add. Sirrlne, S. A., ' Sewer on Lot 5, Blk. 3 Fair V ew Add. Sirrlne S. A., · Sewer on Lot 5, Blk. 4 Fair View Add. Sirrlne. S. A., "on Lot 5. Blk. 7 Laws Add Sullivan, Victor, "on Lot 2, Blk. 4 Laws Add Thornton, J. L., "on Lot 5. Blk. 2 Fair View Tiffany. E. W.,. "ft Sidewalk on Lot 9, Blk. 18 College ^ ^ ^^ UnIoS d Investment"compan'yr'"on'Lot ; ib'.''Blk.''2 Laws Add. 11.26 2.96 Wall. Mae, · Sidewalk Sewer on Lot 1 c*c. S 30 ft. In Blk. 17 of R. S. Youngs Subdlv. of Lots 2-6-9-10 and all that part of Lots 1 ft 2 lying W and S of center of Lime Creek In Sub. NWli 11-90-20 Youngblood, J. B., "on Lot 1. Blk. 3 Youngbloods Add Younghlood. J. B., "on Lot 10, Blk. 6 Youngbloods Add. ... Youncblood, J. B.. "on Lot 11. Blk. 0 Youngbloods Add.-... Conn Mary T., "on Lot 1, Slk. 13 Burchlnal Conn Mary T., 'on Lot 4, Blk. 13 Burchlnal Conn, Mary T., "on Lot 5, Blk. 13 Burchlnal Davcy, Catherine. -Lot 11, Blk. 4 Whcelerwood E V Luth Colonization Co:, "Lot 10, Blk. 8 Wheelerwood E V Luth Colonization Co.. 'Lot 16, Blk. S Wheelerwood cinendcr, Mary, "Lot 13. Blk. 12 in And. Plat Lot 14 In «"*-^^irasSBSSMBNTS- jw. Betsy, et al. 1st payment D. D.' 96 on HE 1 -! SE'i 7-95-21 31 3 *·"'' Schow, Betsy, ct al, 1st payment D. D. 96 on ^ SEV SFV 7-95-21 ··" JO.w a.u* Schow, i Bctsy,_ et al, 1st payment D. D- 06 on ^ ^^ Schowv^BetsV;* it al, "is't" "payment"'' b'. D. 96 on SEU NWW 7-95-21 VnV""TM indlanhead Farms. Inc.. Full payment D. -D. 104 on SEW. NWli 36-95-22 ···· · ; 16 ' 20 ·'·"· Indlanhcad Farms, Inc., Full payment D. D. lui on SW»4 NW 30-95-22 · · · · °'°° Indlanhead Farms, Inc.. Full payment P. D. 104 on SWA 30-95-22 ;-V";r ·'··;«· "cm Farms. Inc., Full payment D. D. m* TM M ?6 aM 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.30 1.50 Total 18.03 16.02 17.50 17.50 67.92 64.34 18.1S 88.02 28.90 1.90 118.82 1JS.82 26.10 SI.W 84.69 72.67 17.60 17.41 21.29 88.02 28.90 19.51 5.09 62.«7 18.C2 B2.97 18.62 53.55 16.02 12.61 3.49 12.60 3.31 15.83 3.96 73.29 28.53 57.05 18.41 47.82 15.41 62.21 20.02 19.36 1.90 2.08 1.55 1.77 2.77' 1.78 1.90 1.90 1.90 2.30 1.90 1.90 1.50 3.10 2.10 , 3.10 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.70 1.10 3.90 2.30 1.90 1.90 7.34 .79 .59 payment SW'.l SW% 36-95-22 .......................... ViV' Holt, R. H.. Final payment of D. D. 73 on Sis, " 10.14 2.30 4.89 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 21.0S 2.7* .30. Vrd -payment" iTiT W '»" strata "ft Alleys ·"···"····,,·«' VtV.'i City of Clear Lake, 3rd payment D. D. c3 on Stree JohanSen;" Cari: Fuirpayn^nt" iT D" « _ »"££"* 7.45 .9T 10.81 1.41 113.83 14.60 214.88 27.93 23.16 3.01 .30 .30 .30 . .30 .30 110.23 15.32 105.72 77.76 65.13 84.13 28.80 4.77 4.04 4.42 6.52 4.46 33.59 26.57 9.45 10.29 18.61 8.19 11.55 12.45 24.13 8.72 12.52 128.93 243.11 26.47 .11 .03 .70 2.72 .71 .70 2.92 .76 .70 .84 4.13 4.3S 6.12 10.SO 4.31 .70 21.57 41.49 10.TS 1.80 60.17 Cobb^Roy, 9th' ft'ioth"payments "sidewalk on Lot^94^ esc. ^ ^ ^ ^ J8 _ M Lot 126 Forest Park ........................... ;"t"«'"m*" HIgley Est., Edw. B., 8th payment paving Lot 6, BIB. H. B le C y°"2t., \M*. B'.; ' 7ti' paymcnV paving '£V 6,' Blk.' 22.76 3.19 .30 23.47 6.10 .70 a.' Forest Park 76.01 10.64 5.93 .S3 18.82 2.63 19.62 2.73 9.53 1.33 9.37 1.31 9.37 1.31 5.11 .72 6.22 .37 .30 .30 .3(1 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 V'iV'i's'nT parents' Sewer Lob 386 Mid- 9.20 1.85 .70 37.27 11.60 1.50 2.05 .29 .30 8.61 1.21 .30 8.61 1.21 .30 32.13 4.50 .30 19.98 2.80 .30 105.86 34.57 1.50 fen't Compan'y,"Bel,"p'a'ving"on'l,ot 12, Blk. 6 W5 g6 M ,, j 50 idd -- 26.25 30.17 80.95 7.26 21.75 22.67 11.16 10.98 10.98 6.13 7.39 11.45 50.37 2.64 10.12 10.12 36.93 23.03 141.93 141.93 Rites Announced for Whittle, New Hamptcn NEW HAMPTON, April 28.--Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church, Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock for Albert Tilton Whittle, 65, former Waterloo real estate dealer and well-known in northeastern Iowa automobile circles. The Rev. Robert Davies, pastor, will officiate. For 10 years Mr. Whittle was district sales manager in northeastern Iowa for the Hudson Motor company. Later he sold real estate in Waterloo. Two years ago he moved to New Hampton. He is survived by lis wife, six daughters, Mrs. J. F. Barloon, Des Moines; Mrs. L. G. Hanson; Mrs. T. H. Glasener, both of Waterloo; Mrs. H. F. Walcott, 3t. Paul; Mrs. Richard Fletcher, Du- ,uth, Minn.; Miss Helen Whittle, New Hampton; three sons, A. T. Whittle, Jr., Waterloo; H. F. Whittle, Washington; Glen C. Whittle, Garden City, Long Island, N. Y.; one brother; W. A. Whittle, Milwaukee, Wis. BOOTLEGGING OF PORK DOUBTED Officials Say Processing Tax Hardly Enough to Pay Risk of Dodging. WASHINGTON, April 28. -?-Doubt that there was extensive ootlegging of pork in Chicago was expressed today by officials of the farm administration, who said the Tjrocessinir tax of 2% cents a pound was hardly sufficient to pay for running the risk of dodging it. Beyond that they refused to ·eminent on the charges of a. Chicago newspaper, since enforcement of the tax is in the hands of the internal revenue department. Officials of the revenue bureau said they had not received any formal complaints of pork tax evasion from Chicago packers. .Agents supervising processing tax collections in Chicago have been watch- ine the situation closely to determine whether pork bootlegging: was going on but have not reported any general violation of the law, the officials said. Some packing firms have been restive over the situation,. they added. BEGINS 15TH DAY OF SECOND LIFE BERKELEY, Cal., April 28. L ! P)-The dog brought back from death in the laboratory of Dr. Robert E. Cornish, began the fifteenth day of its second life today. Although the animal displayed instinctive physical .reactions, Dr. Cornish said the dog was in a mental stupor and whether it would recover its conscious mental activities remained uncertain. The dog was revived after it had been put to death clinically. Dr. Cornish said he believed delicate brain cells had been destroyed by" the shock of death and expressed doubt that they could be restored. The young scientist, who hoped his process might be used in the revivification of human beings,said much -progress must be made before the method could be considered in the case of a human. The dog displays hunger and thirst and raises its head and forepaws at the approach of laboratory workers. However, it appears to be unable to control such movements as it makes. CRUCIAL BATTLE IN UNION FIGHT 10,000 Workers Involved in Strikes at Cleveland, Focal Point. CLEVELAND, April 28. ItP)--A belief that the strikes involving 10,000 auto body makers and gasoline station workers here might prove the crucial battle in the struggle to unionize the gasoline and auiomo- ti".-3 industries nationally was expressed by local labor leaders today. In Detroit, "he national automobile labor board also let it be known it considered the strike of Cleveland's auto body workers the focal point of the widespread disputes. About 8,000 workers were involved, all employes of the Fisher Body company, subsidiary of the General Motors corporation. About 2,000 filling station attendants and 275 truck drivers have been engaged in the gasoline strike, with 14 major companies the principal firms affected. There also were 2,300 textile workers on walkout at the Cleveland Worsted Mills company, and 2,000 others in miscellaneous firms. With few exceptions, recognition of American Federation of Labor unions was the principal issue, the figl* for which was costing the Cleveland strikers wage losses estimated by labor leaders at $7,500 an hour. Purchase of Beer, Milk Bottles Comes Under Sales Levy DES MOINES, April 28. LT)-The state board of assessment and review in an amended ruling today held that purchases of beer bottles cases and barrels, gas tanks, acid containers, cement bags and milk bottles are subject to the 2 per cent retail sales tax. The ruling said the tax applies on the dealer, who purchases such equipment. If the seller takes a deposit from his customer, and the deposit is rebated upon return of the container the deposit charge is not taxable. Another ruling today said that services of veterinarians are not taxable, but that their sales of serums and other material or medicine are taxable when sold apart from their professional services, HIGHWAY SAFETY WEEK MAY 6 T012 Mrs. Alex Miller Announces Iowa Goal of 50 Per Cent Less Accidents. DES MOINES, April 28. CrP)-- Mrs. Alex Miller, secretary of state, today announced May 6 to 12 as state highway safety week which she hopes will bring closer the goal of the department to reduce automobile accidents in Iowa by 50 per cent. Mrs. Miller said that safety committees composed of law enforcement officers and civic leaders will be in charge' of the campaign in all county seats and larger cities and towns. The campaign is- receiving co-operation from motor clubs, civic clubs, school and church organizations, automobile dealers, service stations, ex-service men's organizations and the press, Mrs. Miller said. Speakers will outline safety measures and give talks on the importance of careful driving through the week. The state motor vehicle department, directed by Lew Wallace, superintendent, will take a prominent part in the campaign, said Mrs. Miller. She said automobile owners will be asked to sign "safety pledges" to have their cars tested and defects adjusted. The state secretary added that arrangements have been made to have tests conducted without cost to car owners. Official inspectors will certify tested cars as safe, Mrs. Miller said. Wallace said that since the advent of thousands of miles of new paving, Iowa has a poor safety record compared with that of other states. F . R . Signs Bill to . - : · : Guarantee Principal of Home Loan Bonds WASHINGTON-, April 28. UP)-President Roosevelt today signed the bill guaranteeing the principal as well as the interest on home loan bonds. In addition to guaranteeing fully the $2,000,000,000 of home loan bonds authorized by the last congress to relieve hard pressed home owners, the measure will permit advances for rehabilitation, enlargement, repairs and maintenance. The bill went to the white house earlier this weak without the amendment which President had endorsed to outlaw politics in the selection of Home Owners' Loan corporation employes. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence 1'hpne 310-W $100 IS RAISED FOR MUSICIANS Contest Band Is Feature of Program of High School. CLEAR LAKE, April . 28.--A crowd of about 300 persons gathered at the Community building Friday night for the musical sponsored by the Commercial club and music departments of the high school to raise money for the band and orchestra members on their trip to Iowa City. A sum of about S100 was received for the students. The amount is to be divided and about 51.50 given to each student to spend while on the trip. Both the band and orchestra consists of 50 pieces, although about 60 students will make the trip. Is Well Planned. The program was well planned and students showed that much practice had been necessary to attain such results. The entire orchestra, seldom heard by the public, opened the program with a group of musical numbers, one of which is the contest number, "A Hungarian Melody," a Rakeczy march, which was presented as a finished production, each group of instruments carying their melody in the proper time. This group also played "Enchanted Castle," by Henry Hadley, a contest selection for tie national contest which will be held in Des Moines this year. The band and orchestra is directed by John Kopecky. The violin quartet playing without accompaniment presented two numbers. This group included Stanley Anderson, Dorothy Kenyon, Evelyn Mitchell and Daguy Hoirup. This is a most difficult type of harmony as tiny discords are noted in its presentation. The girls' s-axtet singing the "Wayside Cross," an old religious number, with the cross illumination and organ accompaniment, concluded part 1. Was Introduced. Miss Clara Metcalf, vocal instructor of the high school was introduced. Students in the light opera, "Mikado," presented a group of selections. Those having solo parts were Charlotte Wolford, Keith Holt,. Helen Walrod, Greta Chappell, Clifford Vik, Clarence Pease, Milo Knutson. These were supplemented by the choruses in costume of the Japanese. The band numbers proved to be the highlights of the program. The contest number, "Cabins," as presented by the group was excellent and was heartily applauded by the audience. The program was concluded with Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever" march, a favorite of all. David Barber played a cor- Inet solo, "Willow Echoes," and the brass sextet played a number. No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 MayWedding Planned for Lake Couple Bride-Elect Honored at Personal Shower at Bisgrove Home. CLEAR LAKE, April 2S.--One of he early May weddings is that of Miss Marlus Lambert and John Perkins which will be held Wednes- lay. The Rev. W. B. Milne will read he services at the Congregational ,hurch at 1 o'clock in the presence f a small group of relatives and riends. They will be attended by Jeanyce Lambert of Forest City and Raw- ins Perkins, sister of the bride and Brother of the bridegroom. A recep- ion will be held at the Clear Lake Country club following the ceremony. Miss Marlus Lambert was honored at a personal shower at the jome of Mrs. Leslie Bisgrove Friday night. Mrs. Roger Nelson was co-hostess at the affair. The evening was spent in playing jridge, Miss Margaret Bourne receiving the prize for high score, tlrs. James Hansen the consolation, and Josephine Barlow, the travel- ng prize. The bride-elect was read a poem about bells and shortly afterwards she was beckoned by the ringing of alarm clocks to find her gifts, which were hidden about the house. A two course luncheon was served at the close of the evening by the lostesses. Miss Barbara Ott of ^orthfield, Minn., Margaret Bourne and. Rosalie Gioscio, Mason City, were the out-of-town gueses. Clarion Man Is Given Sentence for Theft C L A R I O N , April 28.--Fritze Pohlman of Clarion pleaded guilty of larceny in the daytime before Judge Garfield Thursday afternoon He was fined §100 and sentenced to four months in the county jail, two months of which were suspended. Pohlman admitted entering the home of Ralph Saundere a.few. weeks ago and stealing canned fruit and several small household articles. ! Bayside Skating Rink to Be Opened Sunday CLEAR LAKE, April 28.--C. W. Broeffle of Marshalltown will open the skating rink at Bayside park Sunday afternoon and evening. The rink will also be open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights, while the other nights of the week are reserved for private skating parties. Mr. Broeffle has good rink equipment including a new music machine. Andy Kirk Playing at Surf Ballroom CLEAR LAKE, April 28.--Andy Kirk and his 12 clouds of joy arrived in town Friday to play for the dance at the Surf ballroom Saturday night. This Negro band is outstanding for its vocal talent, as wit. nessed by Surf crowds several weeks ago. Ifil Children Immunized. PLYMOUTH, April 28.--Dr. A. H. Chilson, Mrs. Chilson, Mrs. Lc- land Chihock and Supt. G. Neifert immunized the school and pre-school children at the schoolhouse Thursday afternoon. There were 161 immunized against diphtheria. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Mrs. W. D. Hartsough returned Friday from Nevada where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buffington. She was accompanied home by her granddaughter and daughter, Miss Lucille Buffington and Mrs. Buffington. For rent--; Furnished cottage. Delia Donaldson, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Scott who have been living at the C. W. Wallace apartment, South Third street, plan to move to Faribault, Minn., Monday where Mr. Scott has been transferred. The Scotts are spending this week-end in Des Moines with their parents. Roller skating-, Bayside. Starting Sun. afternoon and evening anc every Wed., Fri. and Sat. Night Other days for school or private parties. Max Callanan and Jack DeWig- gins left Saturday morning to attend the Drake relays at Des Moines. Miss Barbara Ott, librarian at Carleton college, Northfield, Minn, is spending the week-end with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ott South Fourth street. Eat Sunday dinner at Villa Tea Room. 122 S. 4th St. 12-2 p. m. Omar Colgan and Marvin Winnie left Saturday morning for Des Moines where they planned to attend the Drake relays. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drew and son, Bud, and Beckett attended the Drake relays at Des Moines today. Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Progress club luncheon Mrs. T. E. Sondroi home, South second street, 1. Library Reading cmb, luncheon Villa Tearoom, 1. Tuesday--P. E. 0. at Mrs. George Etzel home, 7:30. Civic league at city ball, 3. Wednesday -- Home Improvemen' club, mother and daughter picnic at Mrs. Robert Furleigb home 6:30. Congregational Missionary society at Mrs. C. R. Woodford home 2:30. Lions club meets at Lions cafe. Thursday--Rotary club meets at I O. O. F. hall. Dance at Surf ballroom, Jack Crawford playing. D. B. L. club luncheon, Mrs. I. C. Jensen home, East Main street. GOVERNOR CLUB ATTENDS RALLY Mrs. A. B. Phillips Speaks at G. 0. P. Session at Charles City. CLEAR LAKE, April 28. -- A group of the women's Knutson for Governor club attended the fourth district republican rally at Charles City Friday. Mrs. A. B. Phillips was called on to speak for Cerro Gordo county at the evening meeting. Local women who attended the banquet in honor of Anna Stillwell, vice chairman of the district, included Mrs. A. B. Phillips, Mrs. C. A. Knutson, Mrs. A. S. Dice, Mrs. Bertha Arvin, Mrs. F. G. Atherton, Mrs. H. N. Halvorson, Mrs. Harry Freeman, Mrs. Harold Crane and Mrs. Peter Anderson. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Arvin spoke at his meeting. A delegation from the men's club also attended. C. E. -Wells, F. L. Koutson and Ira Jones were among this group. Dance Floor Is Added to Kool Stein Kaf CLEAR -LAKE, April 28.--The Kool Stein cafe on West Second street operated by Mr. and Mrs. W C. Witke will open Saturday nighl with the new improvements completed. An addition, 12 b3* 36, has been built on the lake side in which a dance floor has been laid. A new Mills dance music master has been installed to provide music. It is decorated in green with black trim and has four large double windows which open on to the lake front. An addition has also been buil on the kitchen with the latest improvements installed. A number o: booths and tables have been addec to the dining room and the interior redecorated. They plan to special ize on steak dinners. GARNER WOMAN TO BE SPEAKER Welfare Committee to Have Charge of Civic League Meeting. CLEAR LAKE, April 28.--Mrs. N. T. Pritchard of Garner will peak to members of the Civic -.eague Tuesday 'afternoon at the May session at the city hall. She is a prominent Iowa Federation of Women's club leader and will speak on nsurance. Members of the Welfare commit- ee which includes Mrs. A. B. Philips, Mrs. R. R. Rogers, Mrs. R. B. Kennedy, Mrs. P. A. Redfearn and Mrs. A. S. Dice are in charge of :he program and will serve tea at he close of the afternoon. The violin quartet which in- ludes Stanley Anderson. Evelyn Mitchell, Dorothy Kenyon and Dagny Hoirup will also play several se- ections. The welfare committee are ready 0 accept clothing which may be urned over to needy families. The matron of the rest room will accept t. * * * LIBRARY READING CLUB LANS FOB LUNCHEON Library Reading club will conclude its meetings for the year with 1 luncheon Monday afternoon at ;he Villa Tearoom. Hostesses for the affair are Mrs. George Bourne, Mrs. jillian Overton, Mrs. O. T. Hansen, "Mrs. John Bohning, Mrs. F. .W. Trip- ett, and Mrs. H. W. Knutson. Election of officers will be held and re- orts of the committee heard. Mrs. Sam Kennedy will give a musical reading and Mrs. A. H. Runcie and Mrs. D. E. Kenyon will sing a duet. * * * ELECTION OF OFFICERS SCHEDULED FOR CLUB Mrs. T. E. Sondrol will be hostess :o Progress club members at the final session before the summer dismissal Monday at a luncheon. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Harold 3ushaw, Mrs. C. F. Crane, Mrs. A. :. Sondrol, Mrs. Jessie Etzel and Mrs. C. E. Geist. Election of officers will be held. * * * PLANT PESTS IS TOPIC FOR P. E. O. Mrs. Jessie Etzel will be hostess :o members of the P. E. O. at her lome Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. P. Hughes will lead the lesson on piant pests. * * * D. B. L. LUNCHEON IS PLANNED AT JENSENS Mrs. Irving Jensen will entertain D. B. L. club at a luncheon at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. F. P. Walker, Mrs. J. R. Whitesides, Mrs. M. P. Hughes and Mrs. R. C. Ingersol will assist in serving. * * * MOTHER-DAUGHTER PICNIC IS PLANNED Mrs. Robert Furleigh will be hostess to members of the Home Improvement club Wednesday evening at a mother and daughter picnic. Mrs. Norman Nelson, Mrs. Charles Findson and Mrs. O. T. Balmat are . on the program committee. City Council Grants Permits to Concern; CLEAR LAKE, April 28.--The city council met in regular session Friday night. Following the passing of bills, a class B beer permit was granted to Jens Wind and a class C permit to A. W. Verbeckmoes. A ci- garet permit was granted to L. E Ashland to operate at the Baske grocery. Pool and billiard licenses were granted to Jefferson Smoke shop and Elks Smoke shop. MISSIONARY UNIT IS SCHEDULED Mrs. C. R. Woodford will be hostess to members of the Congregational Missionary society at her home Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. * * * MRS. SHERMAN NAMED HEAD OF LAKE CLUB The Sorosis club members- elected Mrs. L. W. Sherman, president, Mrs. W. F. Rich, vice president, Mrs. Ray P.obbins, secretary, and Mrs. 0. A. King, treasurer of the organization Thursday afternoon. Mrs. D. H. Culver was hostess to the group at the concluding meeting of the year at a luncheon. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Inez Curvo, Mrs. William Barlow, Mrs. Sam Schumacher, and Mrs. George Brooks. Following the business session Mrs. George Brooks presented two original readings, humorous in type. Only four times a year does the sun reach the meridian at exactly 12 o'clock. H A H IT THEATER JT«*«%A Clear Lake Saturday--Sunday Paul Muni--"HI NELLIE" Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday "The Meanest Gal in Town" KOOL STEIN CAFE WELLMON'S BEACH--CLEAR LAKE, IOWA OPENING FOR THE SUMMER SEASON--ENTIRELY REMODELED AND OFFERING MANY NEW ACCOMMODATIONS CHICKEN DINNERS--BARBEQUED RIBS Sandwiches of All Kinds Vegetable Hamburgers a Specialty MUSIC BY THE DANCE MASTER NO COVER CHARGE EXCELLENT DANCE FLOOR W. C. WITKE, Frop. .iff * \\ if

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