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Delinquent Tax Sale of Carroll County, Iowa tX>R THK YEAR OF 1968 Treasurer's Office of Carroll County, Town Notice is horobv given that on the first Monday of December, next, it being the Fourth (4th) day of December, 1967. at. the hour of ten (10) o'clock A.M. (10:00 A.M.I nil the lands, town lots and renl rorwrlv within the county of Carroll, and the State of Iowa and con- 1 in the subjoining lots on which taxes of any description for the vcar 1966 and the previous years which shall havc_not been paid at F, i'hr "date of "the sale'at my office at Carroll. Iowa in Carroll County for payment of said delinquent taxes, Interests, and costs thereon ns provided by law. BK RNICE WILLIAMS TREASURER OF CARROLL COUNTY NOTE- One asterik (•> shown before a listing description designates that the amount represents more than one years tax. I,. \NESBORO INCORPORATED Tn\ rpimlty Mulin Toms, 1 ol 10 Hlk. 9. 1964 ............ William Y. ,t >1 10 11 ] eo Vermcule •William Sharp Emma 12 Bik Lots 13. Kslwle. K. Martin, Lots S. l!»itt VI. mk. 20, 1966 Lot 16. Bik. 20, . Kstnte, Lo, 11. B.k. 22. \Vavne ViiK-rnl. 1S' V N IK" In Out Lot ' A. iK.MV. K. 10' of S. .MO' thereof, 2-1.78 22.19 36.03 80.75 6.83 3.44 3.52 78.68 23.33 5.5S 3.00 1.62 3.a3 .31 .4fi .16 Cost .60 .60 .60 Totnl 30.96 25.79 38.25 .60 .60 .60 .60 . . I'verett Johnson. 3oo' x MO' in Out lot \ IUIM; ........ 2.20 Frank R & Lillian T. (Barrett. Outlot C. i KMV S. iTS't Also F. '•• of va- catod si ml.i.. W6 61.00 *Clvde r .<- Fvelyn L. Kichardson, 1.127 " Ac. in NK Corner of NF. NE.. Sec. It; Twp. Si Rnp. 33. 1965 .................. 58.28 39136 60.34 IIRKDA 1NCOUPORATK1) •Lotla L. .Tones. Albertson's First Ad- ,1-,tion. l.ol 3, Klk. 1. 1H65 ......... 3.54 .60 1.05 .60 .10 .60 2.75 .60 75.74 74.96 7.87 2.72 10.22 3.37 .60 .60 .HO .HO 84.98 7.74 4.50 4.28 82.82 24.98 2.90 64.35 66.75 63.66 86.56 78.93 14.22 .60 330.92 Tax Interest Coat* Tntnl Marparethn Kcldmnn Con I. to Kenneth X Mnnkay Kirsch. Delermiin'R First Add..'Lot 7, Bik. 1; assigned Cont. 1n Oenis J. & .ludy Kenne- heck, W 5 of Lot S. Bik. 1. 1966 1-1.113 .67 .60 16.20 WHKAT1.ANH TOWNSHIP .lacoh R f.- Mnbol .lanssen. W. 10 Ac. NW SW Sec. 2. Twp. 85. RUR. 36, !V Ac.. W. 10 Ac. SW SW Sec. 2, Twp. 85. RIIK. 36 S.75 Ac., 1966 30.06 1.35 .60 MAPI.K KIVKR TOWNSHIP Orviilc K. & .Tenn M. Riibh. Lots 5. 6, Bik. 7, 1966 14.79 .33 .60 15.72 OHANT TOWNSHIP Jurpens Hatchery Inc.. PI. NW NE Beg. at a point 417' \V of NE cor., Thence W 1O5 1 S 550' R 105' to a point 425.5' \V of K line thence N Nr-iO' to point of BCR., Sec. 29, Twp. S-!. Rng. 3-1, 1066 316.10 OLIDDKN INC. Evelyn V&ye Jensen & Eva M. & Ber- nard'Blum. Lot !1. Bik. 1, 1966 77.35 1.74 .60 79.69 •Gertrude Sterner, E. 50' of Lot 14, Bik. 7.1965 36.54 4.93 .60 42.07 1966 40.00 1.80 .60 42.4C Earl M. Reever. S. 78' of W. 2.1' of Lot, IS, Bik. 7. 1966 27.17 1.22 .60 28.9J1 Harold A. & Alliertii L. Gross, Blair's Add. S. 33' of Lot 2. All of Lot 3, Bik. 16, 1966 75.71 3.41 .60 79.72 Louis E. & Carrie L. McMurry, Cont. to Leonard A. & Beverly Viindcr- heiden. Second Add., Lot 1, Bik. 20, 1966 47.67 3.07 .60 49.34 Lamont H. & Shirley I. Hllsabeck, Third Add.. Lot 3, Bik. 28, 1966 50.32 2.26 .60 53.18 Sophia K. Knute. PL of Irr. Surv. SW SE Sec. 30-S4-33 IvillR S. of Lot 5. Bik. 36, 1966 .'.... 156.62 RAI.STON INC. Romnyne A. & Leona G. Bycrly, W. 80' 10" of Lots 8, 9 & 10, BIK. 2, 1966 84.08 S.78 .60 •Joseph W. A- Eva L. droer, Lot 11, Bik 2; Lot 12, Bik. 2, 1965 8.40 1.13 .60 Lot 13, Bik. 2, 19(56 6.63 .30 .60 Jay W. Grcor, Lot 11, Bik. 3, 1966 5.92 .27 .(50 Joseph W. & Eva L. Greer, Lot 12, Bik. 3, 1966 63.47 2.86 .60 •Charles \V. Linn, Irr. Sur NE SE Sec 36-84-33 50' x 160' In NE SE ly. 300' N of Second St. & E. of Green St., Sec. 36, Twp. 84, Rng. 33, 1965 ._ 30.82 4.16 .60 1966 33.53 1.51 .60 GMDDKN UA1.STON COMMUNITY—HIGHLAND TOWNSIITP •Catherine L. Purrlsh, SE SW, Sec. 13. Twp. 83, Rng. 33, 39. Ac.; SW SW, Sec. 13, Twp. S3, Rng. 33, 38. Ac., 1965 277.99 37.53 .60 1966 _ 299.62 13.48 .60 •Catherine L. Parrlsh. NE NE, Sec. 23, Twp. 83, RIIR. 33, 37.45 Ac.; SE NE Sec. 23, Twp. S3, Rng. 33, 39.00 Ac.; SW NE Sec. 23, Twp. 83, Rng. 33, 40. Ac., 1965 „ _. 319.39 43.12 .60 1966 342.99 15.43 .60 •Catherine L. Parrlsh, NW NW Sec. 24, Twp. S3. Rnc. 33, 37.16 Ac.; NE NW Sec 2-4. Twp. 83, Rnc. 33. 39. Ar ; SE NW Sec. 24. Twp. 83. Rng. "3. 40. Ac; SW NW Sec. 24, Twp. S3. Rng. 33, 39. Ac., 1965 767.07 103.55 .(iO 1966 „.. 826.68 37.20 .60 •Kenneth L. Parrish, NW SW Sec. 24, Twp. 83. Rng. 33, 39. Ac.; SW SW Sec. 24, Twp; 83, Rng. 33, 39. Ac., 1965 _.. 329.41 44.47 .60 1966. 355.33 15.99 .60 AR-WE-VA COMMUNITY—WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP Vernon Anthony, NW SE Sec. 7, Twp. S3. Rng. 36, 40. Ac.; SW SE Sec 7, Twp. S3. Rng. 36, 38.69 Ac.; EVi NE SW Sec. 7, Twp. 83 Rnc. 36, •JO. Ac.: E'» SE SW Sec. 7, Twp. S3. Rng. 36. 19.35 Ac., 1966 284.72 •Bernard H. & Cecilia J. Bueltel. SE SE Sec. S. Twp. 83, Rug. 36, 37.69 Ac.. 1965 . . 159.74 21.56 .60 1S1.90 1966 ... . . 174.42 7.85 .60 182.87 Vernon Anthonv, SW SW Sec. 8, Twp. S3, Rng. 36, 37.39 Ac., 1966 63.23 1.42 .60 65.25 .MANNING COMMUNITY—KWO1.DT TOWNSHIP Harold Schmidt Bldg. on L. Land on SK SE Sec. 7, Twp. 82, Rng. 36, 4.93 1.80 .79 .79 4.60 1.39 .27 .27 7.05 .60 164.27 88.46 10.13 7.53 6.79 66.93 35.58 35.64 316.12 313.70 363.11 359.02 871.22 864.48 374.48 371.92 6.41 .60 29.1.73 1966 .. . " .".' - 52.11 MANNING INCORPORATED Gary .T. &- Joyce Schroeder, Gardner's 'Jnri Arid'. E. IV of N. 117' of S. 1.17 .60 53.88 Melvm 1 150'. Rlk. 3. 1966 6.85 .31 .60 Hoffman. Resurvey of rdner's 5th Add., Lot 3-. Kesurvey of Lot 1 C.nrd- 5th Add.,'Lot —3, Bik. 3, 15.7S .30 .60 TKMPLKTON INCORPORATED •I Crowdes. Lot 9, Bik. 2, 21.92 .56 .60 NKWTON TOWNSHIP Winnett. NE NE Sec. 13, S'J Kr.c. 3-1- 40. Ac.. 1966 .... 12.96 .58 .60 RAPIDS COMMUNITY—NEWTON TOWNSHIP ::-.nelt. NK SE Sec. 12, liny. .'VI. 3v29 Ac.: SK SE Twp. s 1 .'. Rng. 34. 35.S7 K. 'JO Ac SW SK Sec. 12. Twp. «2. Rnp. 3-1. 16. Ac., 1966 Dorothy Dor, aid K Tv.-p. VJ. coos Donald K W Twp. *•_', Sec. 1'J. A Donald Fern MOV. B;k. Zclh AUi't Bik 5. 19' Dohson. G 35.16 35.08 .60 22.S6 1.03 .60 COON KAPIDS COMMUNITY—UNION TOWNSHIP K. W!:.:.t-tt. NW SW KR. Exc. .' Ac. UM-<1 !or (Ym. Sec-. 7. Twp. . R!:}.-. 33. .x; n'j Ac: NK SW Kxe. usi'U In!' Celii. Sec-. 7. KnM 33. 37.s 1 ..' Ac : SK SK n A' i:sed f"i ('en! Sci 7. . I'.ng 33. 3s.-J9 Ac-.: SW Kv '•'• I A- u.scil foi ('em. TV. p. VJ Rng. 33. 35.S-1 Ac-. 3S7.16 17.42 ( (ION UAI'IDS INCORPORATED •y. n:-g;t:,,i Tciwn, Lot 3, 7.76 16.74 26.08 14.14 350.8-1 24.49 Mnble Brown Wlnther, West Lawn Addition, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, .14, Bik. 7.1966 67.05 J. P. Mlnchen Estate Cont. to Pat Murphy. West Lawn Add., E. 80' of ihp W. 103.3' of Lots 12, 13 and 14 except thnt part, used for Highway purposes, Bik. 8, 1964 57.06 12.S4 1965 96.66 13.05 1966 99.83 4.49 Harold T. & Geraldlne Hall, Meyer's Arid.. Lots 86. H7, 1966 7.18 .32 Joe &• Lauretta Irlbeck, K. A R. Addition, Lot. 4. Bik. 2. 1966 372.90 16.78 'Mable Windier, 1rr. Sur. SE'i NE'i Sec. 23-84-35, Lot 1, Subdlv. of Lot C of Subdlv. of Lot 1, 1964 ..... 77.4R 17.43 1965 90.61 12.23 1966 93.57 4.21 •S. K. Micham, Irr. Sur. SE'/ 4 NEU Sec. 24-H4-35, Lot 6'Xj & Lot 9'/j. 1965 . 2.34 .32 1966 - 2.42 .11 Ha/el Yoss, Irr. Sur. SE'i NE'i Sec. 24-84-35. Lot 7, 1966 28.37 William Hnekc'M. Jr. A Luclna Hiicketl, Irr. Sur. SE', NE'i Sec. 24-84-35. N. 66' of S. 256' of Lot 15 lying E. of P. Ditch No. 77, 1966 4.94 Luclna & William Hackett Jr., Irr. Sur. SE'i NE'i Sec. 24-84-35, N. 70' of S. 190' of Lot. 15 lying E. of D. D. No. 77, 1966 5.56 Clclus II. Hermscn Cont. to Jack & Euln Lucille Kaufman, Irr. Sur. SK', NE'-.,. Sec. 24-84-35, S. J'JiT of Lot 15 ly. E. of D. D. No. 77, 1966 ' 38.19 Roger II. £ Barbara A. Holm, Irr. Sur. SW'i SW'i Sec. 24-8-1-35, SVi of W. 231' of Lot B. RcSub. Dlv. of Lot 11. 1966 57.48 Leo Mclschcid Cont. to John D. & Donna M. Elghmy, Irr. Sur. SW'4 SW';, Sec. 24-^4-35, N. 65' of the E. 156' of Lot 12, 1966 50.79 Green Bay Lumber Co., Bldg. on L. L. Warehouse on C. & GW R. R. Land, 11166 43.76 Alvlc 1'elers, Bldg. on L.L. Dwelling on Part NW'i NW'',, Sec. 24-84-35, 1966 „... 64.74 CAKROT.T, INC—AG. LANDS •John C. Brown, Vj Int. & Victoria Brown- '. Int., Lot "C" Subdivision of Lot. I Exc. Lot 1 Subdlv. of l.ol C, Sec. 23, Twp. 84, Rng. 3f), 9.86 Ac., 1965 36.51 1966 39.90 CITY SPECIALS 1058 PAVING Irlbeck, Joe & Lauretta, All of K & R Addition, Lot 4, Bik. 2, 1967 43.49 Hall, Harold T. & Geraldlne, All of Movers Addition, Lots 87, 86, 1967 17.50 1967 17.50 •Andrews, C. D. Cont. to Vernon & Velma Alien, E. 82.5 1 Eighth Add., Lot 5, Bik. 63, 1965 34.10 1967 30.80 Hull, Harold T. & Geraldlne M.. Meyer's Addition, Lots 87, 86, 1967 6.07 1967 6.07 1000 PAVING Halbur, Frank & Frances, All & West '.:'. vacated alley adj. West Lawn Addition, Lot 12, Bik. 2, 1967 13.56 Halbur, Frank & Frances, South 20' & West % vacated alley adj. West Lawn Add., Lot 13, Bik. 2, 1967 5.25 Irlbeck, Joe & Lauretta, K & R Addition, Lot 4, Bik. 2, 1967 38.77 Schlelsman, Neil 13. & Jacquie L., All except N. 15' of W. 50' Subdlv. of Bik. 4, Neu Add., Lot 1, Bik. 4, 191J7 - 7.16 IDfl'J PAVING Halbur, Frank & Frances, All West Lawn Addition, Lot 12, Bik. 2, 1967 30.12 Hulbur, Frank & Frances, So. 20' of West Lawn Add., Lot 13. Bik. 2, 1967 - 13.38 Schlelsman, Nell & Jacquie L., All Subdivision of Bik. 4, Neu Addition, Lot 1, 1967 49.04 IW4 PAVING •Brown, Mable, All Bang's & Sherman 1st Add., Lot 3, Bik. 82, 1965 23.63 1966 39.40 1967 - 33.18 •Burgart, Agnes C., Northerly 100' Krause & Kennebeck's Add., Lot 5, Bik. 2, 1965 ....: 34.99 1966 57.91 1967 _ 48.77 19flB PAVING Micham, S. E., Irr. Survey SWV.'t NEU, Sec. 24, Twp, 84, N. kange 35, Lot 6, Bik. 5, 1966 10.06 Yoss, Ha/el, Irr. Sur. SE',4 NEU Sec. 24-84-35 West, Lot 7, 1966 41.36 Hansen, Gladys, No. 78' 1 Feet of Irr. Sur. SE'4 NEU Sec. 24-84-35 W., Lot 8, 1966 ; - 53.93 Micham, S. E., All of Irr. Survey SEU NE'i Section 24-84-35 West, Lot 9.5, 1966 7.28 Lamaak, Freddie C. & Marlon, All of Irr. Survey SE'4 NEU 24-84-35 West, Lot 12, 1966 57.00 Tacke, J. A. Estate, N. 24.37' of Drainage Ditch No. 77 of Irr. Survey SEV t NEU 24-84-35 West, Lot l3, 1966 14.89 Hackett, William & Lucinda, N. 66' of S. 289' of Drainage Ditch No. 77, of Irr. Survey SEU of NE',4 24-84-35 West, Lot 15, 1966 58.01 Hackett, William & Lucinda, N. 55' of S. 190' East of Drainage Ditch No. 77 of Irr. Survey SEU NEU 2-1-8-1-35 West, Lot 15, 1966 53.99 Warlike, Charlie & Pauline, S. 180' of N. 360' of W. 242' of SWU NWU Sec. .19-84-34 West, 1966 138.40 (iRANT ROAD SKWER U968) »Hackctt, William Jr., & Lucinda, N. 66' of S. 289' E. of D.D. No. 77, Irr. Sur. SEU NEU, 24-84-35, Lot 15, 1966 -....- 27.39 1967 - 35.61 •Hnckett, William Jr. & Lucinda, N. 70' of S. 223' E. of D.D. No. 77 Irr. Sur. SEU NEU 24-84-35, Lot 15, 1966 - 28.58 11)67 37.21 •Lamaak, Freddie & Marlon, E. 168' of Lot 12, Irr. Sur. SEU NEU 24-8435, 1966 32.50 1967 42.20 •Micham, S. E., E. 168' of Lot 9.5, Irr. Sur. SE'i NEU 24-84-35, 1966 3.25 1967 4 - 19 Micham, S. E., S. 1.5' of the East 168' of Lot 6.5, Irr. Sur. SEU NEU 24-8-1-35, 1967 4.57 •Yoss, Ha/.cl, K. 168' of Lot 7, Irr. Sur. SK'i NEU 24-84-35, 1966 25.24 1967 32.81 CITY SPKCIAI,—COON RAPIDS Virgil D. Huffman, Milwaukee Land ^ Co., Lot 7, Bik. S, 1967 56.39 DRAINAGK DRAIN NO. 45 Wll'lnm Y. Jt Em mil E. Martin, Lanes- horo. Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, Bik. 8, .60 .»*) .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .HO .60 .HO .60 1.28 .60 .22 .HO .25 .60 .86 .60 2.58 .60 69.16 70.50 110.31 104.92 8.10 390.28 95.51 103.44 98.38 3.26 3.13 30.25 5.76 6.41 39.65 60.66 2.28 .60 53.67 1.97 .60 2.91 .60 46.33 68.25 .HO .60 1.96 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 42.04 42.30 46.05 18.89 39.30 32.79 6.94 6.94 Deaths, Funerals W. C. WHITE MANILLA - W. C. White, 83, retired Manilla businessman, died at his home here Monday afternoon, Nov. 27, after a short illness. He was in business in Manilla for 52 years, operating a furniture store and funeral business. He retired about three years ago. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Presbyterian Church, Manilla, with burial in the Nishnabotna Cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Ohde Funeral Home, Manilla, where friends may call starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. White is survived by his wife; a daughter, Mrs. George (Ruth) Saunders, Storm Lake; a granddaughter and one sister. MRS. OLIVE FAIR 10 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 28, 1967 .61 .60 14.77 .24 .60 1.74 .60 .32 .00 1.36 .60 .60 .60 14.58 2.21 .60 3.19 1.77 1.49 4.72 2.61 2.19 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .45 .60 1.86 .60 2.43 .60 56.96 .33 .60 2.57 .60 (Time's Hrnild News .Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Mrs. Olive Fair, 95, of Lake City were held Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. The Rev. Russell Stark of- il'.89 | ficiated. Pallbearers were Scott Taylor, Robert Gordon, Joseph Gordon and Howard Moulds. Burial was in the Lanesboro Cemetery. Mrs. Fair died here Nov. 21 at Stewart Memorial Hospital after a short illness. The former Olive Jane McCreary, she was born in Pennsylvania March 11, 1872. She came west with her parents, Joseph Scott and Mary Jewell McCreary, to Rockton, 111., and then to Glidden in 1879. A few years later they moved to a farm northwest of here and later into Lake City. In 1887 she became a member of the Lake City Presbyterian Church, in which she held membership continuously for 80 years. She was married to Milton Fair in 1890 and they made heir home in Lake City except or short periods spent in Colo- ado and Missouri. Mrs. Fair is survived by one ister, Mrs. Irma Taylor of Mc- ntosh, S.D.; one granddaugh- er; two great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. She was 8.21 predeceased by her husband; ler son, Walter; two sisters 60 - 17 and two brothers. 6.09 41.11 8.08 32.08 51.85 27.42 41.77 35.27 75.30 61.12 51.56 11.11 43.82 .67 .60 2.61 .60 2.43 .60 16.16 61.22 57.02 6.23 .60 145.23 1.23 1.60 1.29 1.67 1.46 1.90 .15 .19 .60 .60 .HO .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 29.22 37.81 .21 .60 1.14 1..18 (1966) .60 .60 2.54 .60 1 V' [1 .SW Fr DRAIN NO. 36 Agnes Schmitt * Cccelle Reinart, Lot It;, Lidderdale, 1967 Frank .1. Jr. * Oleva Kennebeck, Lots 1 & 2, Lidderdale. 1967 Evelvn Golsch, Lots 19 & 20, Liddor- .78 1.63 .10 .60 .02 .60 .04 .60 .02 .60 .GO 405.18 Acici.. l..,t 3. Orville A: Grace A':'.ifiMi! Garst's Add.. ',.>'< }':. Virgil D. IhiKiiian. :.;.:-. CM. Add.. I.iil 7. Hik Ray W. k Ni.iimi M. T> Garst Fu st Suluirl.a! A; N!..- of Lot -J3. lltr.ii James H. Cavanaugh L I-'. Cavanaugh. In. Survi Section 34-S2-33 S. 74' Tuwti, Lot 1, n. l.nl 2, Hlk. . Huitsche & Hik. -I, 1966 . . B: utM'ho it !>,:>•; 4. I960 .-. ,r..krc Land s, Hn',6 '•' hi . .limes &• Add . Lot 'J2 35.98 1.62 .60 .42 38.20 Donald K. Winnett. NE SW Nw'sW'Sec.' 7 Twp. 82, Kng. 33; Pt. NE SE Sec. 12. Twp. 82, Rng. 34, 1967 _ 1.47 .03 .60 LIST in.26 McCoy, Cecil DKUNQUENT 1'KKSONAL, TAX PUBLICATION Tax Penalty Cost .IASPKU— LAKE CITY ... . 107.04 4.82 .60 (M.IDDKN UA1.STON COMA1 -- JASl'EK 15-1.79 99.OS 6.97 .60 162.36 4.46 .('.0 104.14 14.74 .66 2.26 .60 .60 to Agnes \ NK NW ol Lot 11, Gerald D. Johnston A.- L.K. tn O. D. A:stun. Milwaukee Lot 2, Bik. 1-1. ( Clarence Danner. Sec of Lot 1 N. 33' 1966 X. F. & Tillie A!-! Y< •r,c V. Morris inia E. Jolin:-,d Co. Add., AH KOI.I. INCOHPORATKU >nd Acid. S. Ili.5' 'I Lot '_', Bik. 38, 68.27 Hoflman Cont. to Wil- .SO 1.98 .60 1.36 .60 .83 .60 3 6. S3 90.-13 I'awlet/.ki, John H. Olerich, 39.48 34.56 44.70 4.00 4.98 5.38 26.98 34.89 59.53 1.68 1.40 2.27 1.47 2.10 Total 112.46 16.00 53.06 27.54 .60 111.76 3S.22 3.07 .60 liam J. & Cunnif Bui-art, Third Add., Lot 4, Hlk. 51, ]«i'.ii . .. 38.19 •Ralph & Veronica I. An/ryn.o font, to Lewis C. i- Frances Ov.en, Fourth Add.. Lot 9, Bik. 5L'. IWfp . 29.19 1966 ....... 62.15 Mae & Harry Kuneeke Cunt, to Llovd Hyland" Fourth Add., Lot 2. Bik. 53", 1966 ................................... 39.90 Everett Bliss. Eighth Add, Lot 2, Bik. 61, 1906 ................... ........... 152.66 Joe Srhafer Cont. to Louis V. Lawler & Daniel V. Lawler, Kighlh Add. W. 7S 1 of Lot 5, Bik. Cl,, 1966 . . 30.10 William J. Lappc, Fifth Add., Lot 4, Bik. 68, 1966 ......... . 109.10 •Erma Bafobe now Mrs. Jim Harmon, Sixth Add., Lot 2, Bik. 71, 196(3 ..... 78.79 1965 ................................. 74.81 •Mable Brown now Mrs. Mahle Winther, Bangs & Sherman's Add., Lot 3, Bik. "82, 1964 ............................................... 308.12 J9C5 .............. ................. . ...... 300.52 19613 ...... .. 310.37 H. <t i;ene\ p if>vp Clayton. Florencourt'.s Fir.st Add. W. 56' MI-HSU red on N. Line Lot 4, Bik. 2, 196(1 ................................................. 24.81 Buj'^arl, Krausc- & Kennebeck First Add., N. 100' of Lot 5, Bik. •2, liXJC ..................... - ............. 66.99 E. Blair & Eunice Harden, Michael Miller's First Addition E. 78' of Lots 6 & 7, Bik. 2, 1966 ........... ...................... 143.99 Ethel Bell, Wattle's First Add.. Lot 10, Bik. 4, l!,Hi6 ....................... . .................... 22.SO Kay A- Mildred Hroich, Maple Park Add., Lot 14, Bik. 4, I960 ................. .... 52.31 .86 .60 .60 .60 .90 .60 71.94 39.65 33.73 65.55 41.40 . 117.80 5.30 16.65 .75 (1HANT TOWNSHIP Association 66.47 2.99 Association 258.33 11.62 99.99 4.50 C.LIDDKN INC. •r Morgan (Brinker's 66 Serv.) 108.43 4.88 eek. Lamont H. & Shirley 5.12 .23 George R - S.2S .24 Sophia K 6.71 .30 KALSTON INC. Bverlv. Romnyne A. (Mikes Skelly Ser.) 37.47 Kies, Donald F Producers Marketing Producers Marketing Wright, Durwln Brinke Kel'ly. Knute, .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 123.70 18.00 70.06 270.5: 105.09 113.91 5.95 6.17.61 1.69 UAI.STON COMM.— HIGHLAND .60 39.7b 1.47 3.49 6.87 .60 160.13 -(il.lDDKN Adamson, Roger .............................. ............................. 1 si'§} Johnston. Kenneth A ................................................... 32.74 Wiskus, Jerome ........... ..................................................... 77.62 WASHINGTON TWI>. Bluml, Jim L ..................................... -0.86 .93 AH-WE-VA COMMUNITY— WASHINGTON Anthony, Vernon ............................................ 54.65 2.46 Buellel, Bernard .............................................. - ........... kl.lh 3.b5 MANNING COMMUNITY— WASHINGTON Espenhover, Joe ......................................................... 101.42 4.56 MANNING COMMUNITY— EWOLDT .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 130.82 34.81 81.71 22.3' 57.71 85.43 .60 106.5S Drees. Dennis K 177.70 8.00 I Schmidt, Harold Win 121.14 5.45 3.35 .60 32.05 MANNING INC. Hut-gens, Lester & Thetnia 7.61 .34 4.91 .130 114.61 Hoffmnn. Melvin J 9.18 .21 I.inder, Cary A - 17.69 .80 3.55 .60 82.94 Rutherford, Raymond 11.42 .51 10.10 .60 85.51 EDEN TWP. i Weitl. Raymond J. 39.01 1.76 Carl 69.33 •10.57 13.97 1.12 .60 .W) .60 .60 378.05 341.69 32-1.94 COON Winnett, Donald E. ... KAPIDS COMMUNITY—NEWTON 155.36 6.99 COON KAPIDS INC. Dubson. Arnold L. (Dobson Body Shop) 147.86 6.65 (Jivllenlierg. tJrain & Impl. Co. Ine 632.45 28.46 KiHldsen, Kenneth (Ken's Body Shop) ... 8.21 .37 'Newcomm, Russell 5.39 .24 2653 Newcomm. Russell (Royal Hotel) 204.07 9.18 COON KAPIDS COMMUNITY—UNION .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 j Reinhart, Frank - 25.16 1.13 .60 1.51 .60 69.10 ! CARH01J, INC. iBalk, Andy Jr 8.87 .40 .60 j Balk, Andy Jr. (Andy Balk's Men Wear) 408.25 18.37 .60 6.48 .60 151.07 ' Beyerink. John Jr 6.86 .31 .60 Bennier, Al 9.08 .41 .60 .51 .60 23.91 Birch, Carroll H - 9.08 .41 .60 Boer.s, Mis. Jack 9.0S .41 .60 2.35 .60 55/J6 Cornelius, <J I en _. ~ 7.80 .35 .60 186.3C 127.l c 8.5! 9.9! 19.0! 12.5 41.3 162.9; 155.1 661.5 9.1 6.2 213.8 26.8 9.8 427.2 7.7' 10.0 10.0 10.0 8.7 MRS. CHRIS BAUER Funeral services for Mrs. Chris Bauer, 52, of Auburn were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at 7ion Lutheran Church in Auburn, with the Rev. Theodore -etzring officiating. Pallbearers were Harold Kruthoff, Martin Erickson, M. Bean, Merle Schoenthal, e w i s Eichhorn and Russell Johnson. Burial was in Oak- awn Cemetery at Auburn in charge of the Huffman Memorial Chapel of Lake City. Mrs. Bauer died Nov. 23 at •utheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, after a short illness. MRS. JULIUS DOMAYER Mrs. Julius Domayer, 53, of Storm Lake died Monday, Nov. 27, at Iowa City. The former Florence Farrell of Manning, she was a daughter of Sherman Farrell and a sister of Mrs. Earl Meiers, Ray and Vernon Farrell, all of Carroll. Friends may call at the Slief- fert Funeral Home in Storm Lake starting Wednesday. The funeral will be Friday at St. Mary's Church, Storm Lake. Honored ... Clair Otto of Carroll has been named by Northrup, King & Co., Minneapolis- based seed firm, to serve on the President's Advisory Coun cil. Members are selected on the basis of outstanding overall sales performance and territory management. Selection to the nine-man council is considered one of the highest tributes given salesmen by the company. Otto has been with the company for two years. He will travel to Minneapolis Dec. 7 for the semi-annual meeting of the council where he and his wife will be honored by company officials. Daily Record Awards Given to Cub Scouts Den 5 received the honor flag at a meeting of Cub Scouts Pask 102 Monday night at Vender Auditorium. The den mother is Mrs. Robert Lux, assisted by Mrs. Ronald McLellan. Linus Goblirsch, cubroaster, presided at the meeting. Den 4, named honor den last month, presented and retired the colors. Mrs. Don Wenck is den mother, assisted by Mrs. Lester Riesberg. Den 4 also presented a skit during the meeting. Awards were given to the following boys: Bobcat — Scott Neppel, Perry Ryan, Allen Schieffer, Craig Bueltel. Silver arrow — Larry Rettenmaier, David Bruner, James Knight. Gold arrow — David Bruner, Kevin McLellan. Wolf — Kevin McLellan. The next meeting will be the annual Christmas party at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 18, in the school gym. Court House Applications to Wed— Jerol W. Mitchell, 26, Jefferson and Karen K. Murtaugh, 23, Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Russell W. or Freda C. Axman, Dedham, Chevrolet; Iowa Savings Bank, Coon Rapids, Ford; Raymond H. Grimm, Manning, International pick-up; Earl A. Thede, Gildden, Dodge; Alan A. or Marlene M. Tiefenthaler, Breda, Pontiac; and Russell W. or Magdalene Smith, Coon Rapids, Ambassador. Real Estate Transfers— Neu Development Corp. to Fleskes Construction Co., Lot 13 and WVz adjacent vacated alley, Block 6, Westlawn Addition to Carroll. L. R. Chapman estate to Leigh ton Wederath, % interest Lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, Block 7, Westlawn Addition to Carroll. Katherine Chapman to Leighton Wederath, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, Block 7, Westlawn Addition to Carroll. George G. McNaught, et al, to John J. and Nor ma D. Graves, Lot 3, Block 6, Glidden. LaVonne Dreesen to Bonnie B. Brechler, WV 2 Lot 7, Block 1, Michael Miller's First Addition to Carroll. Police Court (F. M. Bombough) Traffic Fines- Nancy C. Siepker, Carroll, right-of-way, $10; LeRoy J. Kraus, Carroll, careless driving, $10; William P. Deierling, Carroll, yield intersection, $10; Paul J. Greteman, Carroll, yield intersection, $10; Darrell A. Hulsing, Carroll, stop light, $10; and Gerald J. Bruggeman, Templeton, careless driving, $10. Robert T. Ewoldt, Westside, careless driving, $10; James F. Martin, Carroll, failure to yield right- of -way, $10; Charles R. Leist, Exira, careless driving, $10; Mrs. Cyril Hulsebus, Carroll, improper parking, $5; Harley F. Thorne, Coon Rapids, changing lane without signal, $10; Cheryl L. Boger, Carroll, limited night parking, $5; and Janice A. Schogren, Carroll, failure to yield right-of-way, Dismissals Nov. 26— Wayne Linke, Denison Mrs. Eugene Schuman, side Marcus Stegemann, Schles- West- Elizabetr Ruscio, Denison Nicky Greene, Denison MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Dismissals Nov. 25— Mrs. Kenneth Harms and baby, Lake View Ted Richardson, Odebolt Admission Nov. 26— Orla Peters, Manning Dismissal Nov. 26— Emil David, Audubon STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City (Times Herald News Service) Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Richard Baron, Rockwell City; a son, Sunday Birth At Peru, Indiana, Nov. 24, to Lt. and Mrs. Philip Eichhorn of Bunker Hill AFB, a son. Mrs. Eichhorn is the former Carol Hobart of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hobart, Lake City, are grandparents; and great- grandfather is William Sloan, Rockwell City. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.47 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.02 Oats '. 70 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Millionaire Wolfson Fined and Sentenced NEW YORK (AP) - Millionaire industrialist Louis E. Wolfson was sentenced today to one year in prison and fined $100,000 for willfully violating the Securities Act of 1933. He was charged with selling 690,000 unregistered shares of Continental Enterprises, Inc. for $3.5 million. Elkin B. Gerbert, a codefendant and long-time business associate, was sentenced to six months and fined $50,000. Retarded Fund Reaches $535.75 A total of $533.75 has been received by the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children, it was reported Monday night by Mrs. Roy Heuton, fund chairman. Included are donations from individuals, Entre Nous Club, Glidden; Past Grand Regents Club and Catholic Daughters of America, both of Glidden, and St. Joseph's Guild, Dedham. Goal is' $3,500, including allotments from the community funds in Glidden, Manning, and Coon Rapids-Union Township, and the Carroll Chamber of Commerce. High WHEAT Dec. - 144 3 i March 151% May 155 % July 156 Vj CORN Dec 113% March 117% May 121V 8 July 123% OATS Dec. . -._ 71 "i March „ 71% May 70'!i RYE Dec _ 114 March 118% May 121% July 123% SOY BEANS Jan 266 March 270 % May 274 li SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 71.85 Jan _ . 72.50 March 73.50 Low 13:30 143% 149% 155 Ys 112% 116% 120 14 123 71% 71% 70% 113 Vi. 117% 120% 123 265% 269% 273% 71.35 72.00 73.05 144% ISIVs 155V8 156% 113% 117% 121% 123% 71% 71% 70% 114 118% 120% 123% 265% 270% 274 i/a , 71.55 72.25 73.25 BOYS TOUR PAPER Eight members of Cub Scout Pack 113, sponsored by First Methodist Church, spent their den meeting Monday after school in a tour of The Daily Times Herald plant. They saw the business, news and mechanical departments of the newspaper. The boys are members of a new den not yet numbered. They were accompanied by their den mother, Mrs. Leonard White, and their den chief, Bob Brown, a member of Boy Scout Troop 105 sponsored by the American Legion. The members are David Sunderman, Daryl Raisch, Richard White, Dean McCarville, John Erickson, Eric Siemer, Joe Schumacher and Craig Musfeldt. Tax Interest Costs Total Eslick, Don „ „ 5.11 .23 .60 5.94 Fiscus, Dwight • 7.66 • .34 .60 8.60 Huffman, Romayne 17.07 .77 .60 18.44 Irlbeck, Joe 28.23 1.'27 .60 30.10 Irlbeck, Joe (Irlbeck Dist. Co.) _ 53.04 2.39 .60 56.03 Koehler, Rny _ 5.3S .24 .60 6.22 Kokenge, Louis _._ 7.13 .32 .60 8.05 Lawler, Louis V _ 6.05 .27 .60 6.92 Lockhart, Glenn, Herman, Henry (The Lockhart Co., Inc.) 819.18 36.86 .60 856.64 Lynch, Roger J 19.29 .87 .60 20.76 Marquardt. Leonard 8.74 .39 .60 9.73 Michael, Robert E. (Carroll Econo- Wash) 141.57 6.37 .(«) 148.54 Miller. Kenneth (Miller's Wholesale Supply) 1528.05 68.76 .60 1597.41 Pawletzkl, John 5.71 .26 .60 6.57 Peter, Doris 6.05 .27 .60 6.92 Pettitt, John C. (Dairy Queen—Equip. only) 100.23 4.51 .60 105.34 Riddle, louis E 8.60 .39 .60 9.59 Robb, G. E - 6.25 .28 .60 7.13 Robb, G. E. (The Elms Lodge) _ 183.72 8,27 .60 192.59 Robb, G. E. (Robb Studio) 33.88 1.52 .60 36.00 Schaben, Jack 9.08 .41 .60 10.09 Seley, Robert R. (M & M Sales) 13.31 .60 .60 14.51 Semmens, John 6.05 .27 .liO 6.92 SleplK-nson, Dorothy 14.79 .H7 .til) 16.06 Tyrrell, Ronald W 10.76 .48 .60 11.84 Police Dept. Traffic Accident— A truck driven by Victor D. Brown, 23, Ida Grove, was in collision with a delivery van driven by Joseph L. Heisterkamp, 35, Carroll, on Main Street near the intersection with Fourth Street here at 12:30 p.m. Monday. The truck was backing up and struck the windshield of the van. No damages were reported to the truck. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Gary Behrens, Carroll Mrs. Crescentia Beyer, Carroll Mrs. Norbert Gross, Carroll Ronald Hahn, Carroll Stephen Wittrock, Carroll Rickey Rupiper, Carroll Effie Hedges, Carroll John Mahon, Carroll Mrs. Clara Fangman, Templeton Dismissals— Karl Huber, Carroll Mrs. Denis Heithoff and baby, Carroll Mrs. Paul Eppel, Carroll Mrs. Denis Sander and baby, Arcadia Jill Raridon, Carroll Mrs. Bernard Paige, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Donald G. Bahr, Wall Lake, a daughter, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Subbert, Glidden, a son, Monday CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions Nov. 25— Mrs. Jimmy Powell, Deloit Mrs. Michael Berens, Ute Miss Alice Richards, Denison Mr. James Bluml, Denison Dismissals Nov. 25— Mrs. Darrell Reifenrath and baby, Schleswig Mrs. Edward .Bandow, Vail Mr. George Rasmussen, Denison Sheri Lea Greene, Denison Mr. Robert Hast, Denison Laura Jean Bukacek, Deloit Mrs. Jimmy Powell, Deloit Mr. Raymond A. Simmons, Midwestern College Mrs. Georgia Linstrom, Denison Mr. James L. Clark, Vail Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Michael Berens, Ute, a son Admissions Nov. 26— Everett Quick, Manilla Mrs. Henrietta Pi than, Kiron Karla Kolln, Denison Joseph Murphy, Denison Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hogs advanced 50 to 75 cents a hundredweight at the Chicago Stockyards Tuesday. Receipts totaled 4,500 hogs and shippers took 3,000 of the supply. Mixed 1-2 butchers weighing 190 to 225 pounds sold at 19.25 to'20.00, but 153 head scaling 210 to 225 pounds topped at 20.25. Mixed 1-3 butchers weighing 220 to 240 pounds sold at 18.25 to 19.25 while 2-3s weighing 240 to 270 pounds realized 17.50 to 18.25. Mixed 1-3 sows weighing 350 to 400 pounds brought 15.50 t« 16.00. Slaughter steer prices were fully steady but slaughter heifers were stronger to 25 cents higher. Cattle receipts totaled 1,.' 200 head. Choice 1,025 to 1,325 pounds slaughter steers brought 26.25 to 27.00 and mixed good and choice kinds weighing 1,000 to 1,150 pounds sold at 25.75 to 26.50 while good kinds went at 24.50 t» 25.75. Choice slaughter heifers weighing 850 to 1,025 pounds brought 25.00 to 25.50. There was a small supply of wooled slaughter lambs among the sheep receipts of 200 head and these were fully steady. Choice and prime 90 to 115 pound wooled slaughter lambs sold at 23.00 to 24.00 and a few lots »f mixed good and choice 80 to 100 pound kinds sold at 21.00 to 23.00. New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market was having trouble scoring its fifth straight daily advance early this afternoon. Trading was active. Increasing resistance in the form of profit taking tripped some key stocks. A few speculative favorites highlighted the list. Gains outnumbered losses by nearly 7 to 4 on the New York Stock Exchange but the Dow Jones industrial average showed a slight loss after making an early rise. The average was dampened by the fact that three blue-chip industrials were, selling exdividend. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up .8 at 316.1 with industrials up .1, rails up 1.8 and utilities off .2. Gold-mining stocks listed on the major exchanges continued their retreat from gains made in last week's speculative flurry. At the same time,. U.S. Treasury bonds continued to show a firmer tone. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were higher on balance.

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