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6-AI0ona (fa.) Uppw Des Motriet Tuesday, November 30, 19S4 LuVerne Bankers At State Confab In Des Moines LuVerne — Mr and Mrs John A/ Nelson and Mr and Mrs Edw. Lindebak were in Des Moines recently where they attended the State Bankers Convention' in session.Nov. 7 to 10. Assists Daughter Mrs Albert A. Schipull went to Fort Dodge to assist in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harvard Stewart and new baby daughter, Lor\ rie Lee, born Oct. 29. Mrs Stew. art is the former Lois Schipull. Tuesday Club Meets The Tuesday club were guests in the home of Mrs Edward Hof, Mrs. George Johnson, assisting hostess, Nov. 9. "What I Am Thankful For" was answered for roll call'by fourteen members. Plans were made for the county spring convention to be held in LuVerne in April. Each member contributed one dollar to the library fund. Mrs Norma E. McClaran read • an article on "Thanksgiving Then and Now," written by Mrs Albert Genrich. yU the December 14 meeting to" be held in home of Mrs John A. Nelson, each member was requested to bring money equivalent for a Christmas toy for a child, the money to be then sent to the Iowa Children's Home in Des Moines. , Refreshments were served at , the close of the meeting by Mrs Hof and Mrs Johnson. Woman's Club Meet The Progressive Woman's club were guests Monday evening in the home of Mrs Bryce A. Wickett. Fifteen members answered roll call, telling reason for belonging to a club. Mrs /Earl Hanselman presented the lesson on topic "Clubs and Why American Women Join Them." She presented representatives of various organizations such as Donovan Prior of the Boy Scouts; Earl Hanselman, Jr. of the Boys 4-H club. Mrs Bertie C. Ramus spoke' on the work of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs Phil C, Lichty, charter member of the Progressive Woman's club in 1922, told of their plans and purpose of the club. All was much enjoyed. • ,_ | Cemetery Group Meets The November meeting of the LuVerne Cemetery Society was held in the town hall, Thursday afternoon. Twenty five were in attendance with guests, Mrs Allen Darby and Mrs 'Herman Meyer. Mrs Meyer was welcomed as a new member. Election of officers was held and old officers were re-elected. They are president. Mrs William Hoepprter; vice president, Mrs Andrew Nielsen; secretary, Mrs Grover Rentz and treasurer, Mrs Henry Pergande. Hostesses serving refreshments were: Mrs Clara Wolf, chairman, Mrs John Ramus, Mrs O. Ramus and Mrs William Ramus.' Card Club Gathers Mrs Gordon Gregory was hostess to the Just-For-Fun Card Club at her farm home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Charles Brown was a guest. At the play of 500, high, Mrs Stanley Genrich, low, Mrs John Stampka and travel, Mrs Joseph Norcross. Refreshments .were served at the close of play. ^ U. B. Group Meets The Comrade Sunday School class met Thursday evening in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. The devotional service and lesson study was presented by Mr and Mrs Edwin Hefti. The routine business was conducted by the president Fred Merkle. Kenneth Marty, had charge of the entertainment that followed. Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger were host and hostess serving refreshments. Recent visitors in the homes of Mr and Mrs Percy Brink and Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and daughters was the former's sister Mr and Mrs William Lee 'of Morris, Minn. They came to help Mrs Josephine Brink, their mother, celebrate her eighty-third birthday, Nov. 5. • Bernard and John V, Long » S * Wm. K, DeWall, 1 and „„.._. 2 **** AD °' DelBert Geltzanauer, 29 ond 28 8 LAKOTA Will Kcphart, .. Lnkntn Thedtre, '1088 M .04 .48 141 N 40' of 1633 1053 1983 1953 13.48 84.01 34.90 B4.ll .61 2.47 1.5? 1.22 .48 .45 .43 .48 14.61 57.83 30.92 65.78 .45 100.70 .45 317.14 3.21 .45 74.93 .42 .45 10.18 .87 .45 20.8 1.27 .45 1953 1083 1983 32.37 34.24 38.43 42.02 .73 1.54 1.73 1.89 .48 .45 .45 .45 Nettle Fisher 1.. *.,.. 9"" 4""" " 1953* 98.93 4.32 Albert H. Peter, 1 nnd . 2 5 1953 303.05 13.84 NICHOLSONS Ui ADO. Robert W. Volgt, ex S 00'.. 1 1 1963 71.29 BUELtS' 2nd ADD. Henry Toebben, ex. S 87t,4' and ex. N. 140' of lots 1 and 2 8 1953 9.31 UPLATTED Vern Shlpler, O. L. 10 24 97 29 1953 19.23 «• PENTON, IMC, WEI9BHOD ADD. Merwlrt F. Hole, N ',s iot 12 and a11 ot „ . 13 1 1953 28.27 W. W. nnd Margery Jolley N ',<, lot 17 nnd all of .. 18 2 1953' 110.41 4.97 .45 ORIGINAL PLAT ' Kenneth W. Perclval - 11 .5 1953 C. C. Anderson .. 1 Carl Groh 2 Ray E. Agard 11 Cecil R. and Velma P. Baker, Beg. at a pt. 60' W of SE cor. Blk. 9 th. W. 06' N 75' E 98' S 75' to beg. . ZOELLE'S Ui ADD. Bertha Larimer . 1 1 1953 T ZOELLE'S 2nd ADD. Eugene and Joann • Baessler W 100' _•_ 42 • 1953 WHITMAN'S ADD, Gustav Bnessler, 14, IS, 10 nnd 17 1 1953 • OUT LOTS TO LU VERNE Gustav Bnessler, E 300' O. L. 2 1953 4.54 SWEA CITY, INC. ORIGINAL PLAT L. C. Knutseh, 20 and 21 7 1953 Anna B. Larson, 8 and 9 14 1953 RICHMONDS 4ih ADD. Harold Comvay, 4 and 5 22' 1953 Benny A. & Clara M. Cassem, Lot 30 & WJ,i of—31 28 1953 HOWARD'S 1st ADDITION Warren L. Deibler, E 110 ' ft. of ; 4 6 1953 DOURTE'S ADDITION Mrs. Annie Rowell, 18-1920 & 21 6 M953 CLARK'S ADDITION ,56 4188 38.24 20.42 3.41 .63 .99 .8* .46 .45 43.38 79.59, M '1.06 ......IS 11 *1953 18.81.1.40 .WSO.S1 LUVtRNE )NE>. PRAIRIE Joseph effrf»rfr!,*sWT/4 NEVi' *..i.30 |S 27 40. -1963' 61.li Joseph GSfitKJftrt, Stfa NEVi ^.j.30 95 27 39. 1953 75.73 Joseph GerMtfftrt, 1/4 -A, on E slds of . " . NEVi NW/, ,..?.. J..1..30 95 27 .50 1953 • RIVER6ALE TOWNSHIP Victor & Veti frfeh, SEVi NWVi 10 97 28 40.00 1953 Victor & Veto Fitch., NEVi SWfe 10 97 28 40. -1953 Victor & Wf8 Fitch, SEyi SWVi 10 97 28 39. 1953 John Dettrnoh, Tfiang Tract M SW „ ^ ., *»..,, Cor NWVi SEVi ...... —31 97 28 .29 1953 TITONKA IND. PORTLAN6 1953 JO 97 28 37.75 1953 .34 .01 ,45 45.32 39.55 21.33 .80 . Victor 4 Vero" Flfeh, SWVi NEVi 10 97 28 39. Victor & Vera Fitch. S£i/ 4 NEVi - 10 97 28 39. 29,9 118.8 33.5i 38.2: 40.8 44.36 1983 22.66 1.02 .45 24.13 27.79 1.25 .45 29.49 33.86 1.52 75.68 3.41 .45 .45 .35,83 79.54 .20 ,43 6,19 47.06 45.15 1.06 1.02 .45 .45 48.5' 46.62 18.25 .41 .45 19.11 19.87 .45 .45 20.77 11.32 .25 .45 12.02 49.40 .47 .45 50.32 UNPLATTED 1953 48.36 2.18 .45 50,99 The Fenton Rrogressors 4-H club met Nov. 3 at the home of Billy Jentz, with fifteen members „,. . „ . , DELINQUENT TAX LIST Ihe following is a true and correct list of all lands and town lots in Kossuth County, Iowa on which the taxes for the year 1953 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 lands 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^ office in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the first Monday in December, A, D. 1954 between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and offered foi^s 1^' sald 'day until all .of said lands and town lots have been n.. ^.JiL 1 .f ases whe re .there are exis-ling delinquent taxes other than for imnoirt s ' lown ' fa me having been previously offered for sale, but remaining unpaid and unsold, this fact Is indicated by an asterisk (*) preceding the Rosella Voigt Treasurer of Kossuth County I W •O Ml n 3 IS fs, W ll a° if 1 o a o K- H 1 t) 3 w 8 tr !' re JT 3 in P. M 01 rf . m S 1 i g a. I Ul § ^ ALGONA INC. .. „ ORIGINAL PLAT Algona Coop Cry., E 2/3 6 24 Algona Coop Cry., 7 24 Algona Coop. Cry., 8 24 Kossuth County Post No. 2541 V. F. W. . 2 25 John D. and Zaida A. Swartz. M 1/3 41 29 Werner and Aleen Struecker 2 38 Werner Struecker 3 33 John J. Dunn 4 John D. and Zalda C. Swartz .. 2 Myron B. and Ella Alderson, N 82' of lots 1 and ... . 2 V. L. Gunder, 7 and 8 Gerald J. and Helen ir, Ferrls . S 2 of lots 1 and 2 Victor W. and Mary M. Newroth . 3 7fl Loren J. Brown, S 4 rods T^f^ATION NO Lawrence Miller, w 105' rtx. S 70' of n Lawrence Miller, S 2 of 7 and 8 C « LLS ADD ' Lawrence Miller, Mound St bet. Blks. 8 and 25 and E of "" g - B ,°J lin .eer,~lofsT¥.Tan~d 8 72 "~ U 72 1S53 1953 1953 341.92 220.85 24.34 7.69 4.97 .85 45 350.06 .45 226.27 .48 25.34 Ralph Hurlburt, 1 & 2 Harold F. Schiltz, Tract com. 287 ft. N of SE cor. Lot 13 of N'.i, NE',4 Sec. . . . 19 N 75 ft., W f25 'ft, S 75 ' ft., E 125 ft. to beg. 19 99 29 1953 39.70 .89 .45 TITONKA INC. HILLS & HALLS ADDITION ' Alice & Engelka Abbas, 7 & 8 2 1953 17.62 .79 Marian Reynolds, 3 & .-— 4 7 1953 6.83 .15 WAY'S ADDITION Klaus & Aje Wibben, 9 24 "1953 RIPPENTROP ADDITION Ray J. & Margaret Hansen, Beg. 88 ft. E of SE Cor. lot 10, Blk. 24 Ways Add., E 88 ft., N 150 ft., W 88 ft. S to beg 1953 5.54. 25 .45 6.24 .45 .45 41.04 18.80 7.43 61.66 . 5.61 .90 68.17 Albert J. Foertsch, NE',4- Dewey V. & Grace Wilson. N',4 of E'/j Duane Studer, N 69 ft. of S 138 ft. of W ',4 1953 WESLEY INC. ORIGINAL PLAT 21 1953 18.97 .85. .45 20.27 27 1953 88.28 3.97 .45 92.70 Frariklln Fox, Nii, Wl/3 .. 2 29 1953 CALLS ADDITION 3 1953 18.87 WAYS « BARRETT PARK ADDITION T .. Hubert -.-„ 9 1953 36.98 John E. Seller, 1 <8c 2 12 »1953 57.36 Fred Harr, 9 & 10 12 1953 19.84 „, v „ ,. WAYS & BARRETS 1st COLLEGE ADDITION Glertn E. Gabrielson, 13-1415-16 & u 17 4 18S3 20.G7 WHITTEMORE INC. HIGHLAWN ADDITION 98.82 4.45 .45 103.72 .83 .45 20.17 1.66 4.92 .89 .47 .45 .90 .45 39.09 63.18 21.18 21.50 Melvln Elbert, 3 & 4 W. L. 'Martin, S 20 A. of NE'/4, SW'4 30 W. L. Martin, SW',4, SW',4 30 W. L. Martin, SE',4, SW',4 30 CRESCO TWP. •1953 88.78 7.27 .90 ,96.95 95 95 95 29 29 29 20.00 29.56 39.00 1953 1953 1953 Clark Orton, all that part of EVJ of 3 40 A. o£ Gov, Lot 6 lying N & W of Public Hy. ex. 2 A 10 Clark Orton, Public Highway est. for Fruit Tree Reservation . 10 Clark Orton, That part of E',i of S 40 A. of G. L. 6 lying N & W of E 2 A. of ALGONA IND. CRESCO 44.21 98.05 97.19 '1.99 4.41 4.37 .45 .45 .45 95 29 7.00 1983 95 29 3.00 1953 8.80 .40 .45 .76 .03 .45 46.65 102.91 102.01 9.65 1.24 SCAVANGER UST SWIA CITY INC.' ORIGINAL PLAT Count * |OWQ ' 1951 «TH 1951 I Edith MuHoH-y -" .76,3 22,4 1. 20 200 . 2 7 42 48 6» 69 78 1953 550.58 12.39, .45 563.42 1953 252.43 5.68 45 258.58 1!)53 35.48 80 45 36.71 1053 46.43 1.04 .45 47.92 1953 25.13 57 45 28.15 1953 117.34 5.28 .45 123.07 1053 1953 1953 1(153 1 1953 1353 1053 119.20 56.12 121.48 56.38 200.51 113.88 121.00 2.08 1.26 5.47 2.54 9.02 5.12 5.45 .45 122.33 .45 57.83 .45 127.4Q .45 59.37 .45 209.98 .45 119.45 .45 126.90 1!)!>3 4.27 lin.Ki 111.08 .19 7.21 fi.75 , 1. 2, 3, 5, 7 and 8 73 Louisa A. and James F Joslyn. (i. 7 and 8 fit Eugene Meyers, lots 1. a.'slancl 4 147 Gladys Pesit.'ka ... _ 7 uq Edna Fosnaugh. Pt. of buraiit St. lying bet. L. 4 Blk. 151 and L. I Blk. 152 .... L. C. McGee, E '•> _ "" 2 If L. C. Mi-Gee. W'',i". •> i (! 5 Ceo. Wallace. Life Est. 5 and (i W r > Dorothy Stoddard 1 Jin Jheo. and Lunora M. Hoover 4. 5 and _ (i ]B1 e i r / W. and Olg'a" Adams" \a of 5 and ._ i; 10, veil W. all d Lor^fn E.'Smilh S 92 of lot G ond S !)2' of w a of _ _ 7 ,q 7 Irene LuElla MuellVrilll"' 7 '.Q W. J and Jennie PiUir-r " 7 i'i« Willis W. and Norma "" " Richman .. = .,01 Stanley Black, l and" •'- '£•> Florence Brown. 15 and"III" lii 278 Donald Youngwirth 'Everett E. and Alina Lee .. Sarah J. and Ell .45 4.91 .45 120.82 .45 118.28 1(153 50.40 3.36 .45 HIS3 . 11153 1(153 KlfiS li/53 3353 37.70 3(1.90 15.75 3.25 3.25 27 HO 23.00 2.16 2.54 2.10 .71 .22 .22 1.7(1 1.49 00.27 .45 30.14 .45 40.09 .45 30.45 .45 .45 .45 .45 30.05 .45 25.84 10.91 3.92 3.02 G3.!)B 1.44 .« 65.87 1053 05.20 1.47 1053 1H53 •IflS.-i 1!)53 1H53 li)53 PARK ADD. 31 '2 I') 1 }'! INGHAMS ADD. I. Warner:* 1 " AVE ' ADD - 1! ' S:! 8 ex. w'Vrods t..;!.'.' l ..l. a " ei ;M5 ]Ijr John R. and Ansel) H. Spencer UNPLATTE D S°, m ' . at !>*• OS rds W. and 2'. 2 rds. N of SE cor. sec. 2 W lOS'/i 1 to beginning __ ' 9 tn .11. ^^y T:. and ColU-ne""T." " ''' ^ n 95 an 1.68 .% 357 458 .31 40.84 7-1.59 312.84 101.79 13.03 007 03 81.00 104.13 143.50 (i..lli .45 07.18 .45 76.72 .15 22.72 .45 316.86 .45 106.82 .45 14.39 .45 948.92 .45 88.32 .45 109.27 .45 150.41 HIM 100.5(1 808 .45 103.09 1.57 .07 Cook Loren J. Brown. E -i WELLEHDOHF U, ADD' Loren J. Brown. 7 i Vn-'-S Loren J. Brown, S 19' of lot 1!)53 lass 1 and all of lot 2 and N 26' of lot 3 and W 15'i' of S 40 1 of Loren J. Brown. 5 und IIIIII 6 RIDGEWOOD ADD G. W. Stillman and H. J. Cowan, lot 1 Blk. 2 ex a tract com. al NW cor. lot 1 th. E 25' th. S to pt. 33' E of SW cor. lot 1 th. W 33' th. N. to pt. of beg. 1D53 BANCROFT INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Robert W. Dilsworth, S 10' ol N 70' 7 3 *1953 SEARLES ADD. Ellen A. Sheridan, Life Est. 3 2 1D53 WINKELS SUB. DIV. .52 6.41 137.81 020 154.31 6.04 158.55 7.37 450.30 20.07 32.05 1.01 1.12 .05 2.28 20 32.02 1.47 .45 2.09 .45 149.38 .45 144.46 .45 161.70 .45 166.37 .45 471.42 AS 34.41 .45 .90 .49 1.62 S3: 34.5 Arthur & Verno Obrecht, Beg. on <NJL " Y$ ADD ' hne of E Main St. Colbys Add. 170' E of East St., N 120' W 150.2' NE 258.4' along a 1096' radius curve concave NW with central angle of 13 degrees 30 minutes to W line of -kit 2 Colbys Add. th. 54.1' N to SW Cor. being pt. of beg. th. W 148' S 48 .. along R of W of Highway to beg. all in'NW SW Sec. ' 36 96 27 Anna Hoymes, 1 ig«i 950 67.53 8.86 1.20 77.59 __ WAYS & BARRETTS 1ST COLLEGE ADD 1951 8.54 1.15 1.20 10.89 Paul Erdman L. E. Doyle, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 & Larry Doyle, 4 & 5 WHITTEMORE INCORPORATED HIGHLAND ADD. 1951 « 1952 8 2 1953 1951 1952 2 1953 TOW ^ HII> Anna Sparks, Com. 70 rds N r , d A, £c° f sw Cor - of s «- then E 145'S5IVi'Wtopt 69 1/3' S of pt. of beg then B to beg. . 4 Bernice & Dettmer Thompson "fo"~A in SW Cor. NW'/ 4 NEl/< ...' _____ ] 0 99 30 Bernice & Dettmer Thompson, W 95 29 1951 1952 1953 47.72 8.39 1.20 57.31 36.30 5.03 1.20 42.53 12.09 1.68 1.20 14.97 54.14 7.54 1.20 62.88 Bi^cA^^S^s^' 0 '' 30 ' 0 -"'"' 67 '" 3 3 ' 03 -< 5 . 70 '" D.,_fr.";"^,V.:----c. r 10993040. 1953 92.92 4.18 .45 97 •;"; 92.92 4.18 .45 97.55 iS 9 £cL°, 3 H 3 " S3 84 ' 83 3-82 .45 89.10 F K?w k i/ Thom P son . 2 - 5 ' A ... „,, NW/4 249629 250 •rank Thompson, NE'/4 SW'/i " 24 96 29 39 frank Thompson, NW/ 4 SW/, 'ex A ' T 5' H ' --V7 --'24962936.75 ranK i nompson, SW',^ SWV^ 24 96 29 39 Frank Thompson, SE'/i SWVi -IIII 24 96 29 40' The following property is subject to sale under , Code of Iowa, 1931 and due to bid some in for the County. """ offered ot a tax sale under Ihe provisions of Section No. 7255 and no-bid is received, or if the bid is less than the 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 the .87 13.36 45.94 60.39 37.44 .04 .60 2.07 2.72 1.68 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 1.36 14.41 48.46 63.56 39.57 provisions of Section No. it is mandatory thot the Public Bidder amount of the de real estate is located, "through 7t*"Boa'rd~o7'Sui «,,, 2s ate a sum equal to the total amount of all delinquent ries and costs charged against said real estate. ... , Rosella Voigt, U. & Laurence J. Miller, , NW '/4 - -. 13 94 29 40. L. 4 Laurence J. Miller, Lot 3 14 94 29 37.34 Ond Costs - tne Count V tola Which Elde SB'/, tide Gov - 1953 1953 25.06 11.82 .56 .27 .45 .45 26.07 12.54 80.68 82.80 84.92 95.02 80.68 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 202.86 1953 89.16 1953 87.68 3.63 3.73 3.82 4.28 3.63 9.13 4.01 3.95 John Farley, NW/, NWVi ~. , u „„ .,„ John Farley, SW/ 4 NW/, 27 98 30 39 ohn Farley, NE'/ 4 SW'/ 4 27 98 30 40. John Farley, NW>/ 4 SW% 27 98 30 39. John Farley, SWVi SW'/, 27 98 30 38. John Farley, SEVi SW/ 4 27 98 30 39 Lester T. Jensen, SEVi SEVi 33 98 30 3S. Lester T. Jensen, SW'/ 4 SWVi 34 98 30 38 Uster T. Jensen, $£'/, S W'/ 4 .... 34 98 30 39.' J953 78:44 353 ... u w iUVIRNI IND. SHERMAN Warner H. Wermerson, Beg. at a pt in Center of Hy. on N line of Sec 3040' W of NE Cor. on W line of Ry. W along C of Hy. between Sec. 4 & 9. J90', S 183', E 360' to o pt. on W line of Ry. R of way then NW along said RR 248' to place of beg. 9 94 28 1 1953 SWEA CITY IND. 5W£A 84.76 86.98 89.19 99.75 84.76 .45 212.44 .45 93.62 92.03 .45 .45 „, , , . Ole Leonard Johnson, NW'/t SW'/i 4 99 30 39 1953 Max 4 Richard Ferstl, Lots 13-14 8, ' M. I. & Ramona M. Heusinkveld, Gov Lot 4 ex troct to Koss. Co. 2 94 29 24.90 1953 M. J. 4 Romona M. Heusinkveld, Gov Lot 5 ex tract to Koss Co. .. 2 94 29 42.09 1953 M. J. & Romona M. Heusinkveld, NEVi SWVi ex tract to Koss Co. .. 2 94 29 34.33 1953 M. J. 4 Ramona M. Heusinkveld, NEVi SEVi ............... ----- 2 94 29 38.01 M. ,J. 4 Romona M. Heusinkveld NW'/, SEVi ...... - ....... ....I 2 94 29 40. M. J. & Ramona M. Heusinkveld. SWi/, SEl/4 - ................... 2 94 29 39. M. J. 4 Ramona M. Heusinkveld, SEVi ..... ... ..... . ...... 2 94 29 37.01 & Ramona M. Heusinkveld, 48.64 69.52 2.19 3.13 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 1953 M. J. . , NEi/4 NEVi ..... - ........... 11 94 29 37.07 M .-, l ., J ,', & Ro^ona M. Heusinkveld, NW/4 NEVi .... ............ ... II 94 29 39. M. j. 4 Ramona M. Heusinkveld, c!? v - , Lot J -; ................ - " ' 4 29 30 * Elde L. & Laurence J. Miller, .NEVi NWVi - ................ 13942940. tide L. 4 Laurence J, Miller, NW/4 NW'/, ................. '13 94 29 38.32 1953 Elde L. 4 Laurence J. Miller, SW'/, NWVi .................. 13 94 29 34.38 1953 1953 12.49 21.08 17.21 19.04 20.05 26.76 25.39 25.44 26.76 94.10 1*35 17.94 8.99 .56 .95 .77 .86 .90 1.20 1.14 1.14 1.20 4.23 .37 .40 .20 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 82.42 51.28 73.10 13.50 22.48 18.43 20.35 21.40 28.41 26.98 27.03 28.41 98.7$ 17.17 18.79 9.64 co r c. 4 Victor 8, Ver* Fifed, NWVi Victor & Vera Fitch, SWVi Victor & Vero Fltch, SWVi 10972838. \1953 1953 &: C. & Fred N.Bohn*SW(i SWVi 3 95 27 34.57 953 Fred N. Bohli SEVi SWVi 3 95 27 39. 953 Fred N. Bohn, NE'/i SEii 3 95 27 39. ]953 Mona _. Mono C. & Moria C;& Frtd KWhni'NW^ SE# 3 95,27 40. 27. 38. St. BtNtDICT Mona C. & Fred N. Bohn, SWVi SEVi 3 95 Mono C. & Fred N. Bohn, SEVi SEVi 3 95 1953 1953 1953 43.16 54.51 39.69 72.9S 42.50 28.55 25.39 24.67 26.00 24.94 28.55 24.53 23.91 ,:! 9 4 1.9) .56 .59 .56 .64 .55 .54 .45 .45' .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, SE'/, NE',4 ... J . 30 L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, NEii NW«,' 4 —— 30 L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, NW','4 NW</ 4 .^..-30 L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, SW','4 NWli _»——30 'L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, SE'/4 NW/4 -30 Mary A. Strom ..1 , Adrian A. Tlss — 1 .Freda Willrett, NE',4 SW',4 S Freda Willrett, NW!' 4 SW'/ 4 8 Freda Willrett, SW','4 SW',4 8 27 39.00 , 1953 26.90 .81 64 94 27 39.00 1953 94 27 48.24 1953' 94 27 49.75 1953 94 27 40.00 1953 , ,4 . Freda Willrett, SE'/ 4 SW','4 8 NE',4 SW'/4 Annie Furst Telkamp, NW'/4 SW',4 6 Annie Furst Telkamp, SW',4 SW',4 6 Annie Furst Telkamp, . SE',4 SW',4 — 6 27 40.00 IIANNA 1 1953 2 , 1953 PLUM CREEK TWP. 96 28 40.00 1953 96 28 39.00, 1983 96 28 39.00 1983 96 28 40.00 1953 PORTLAND TOWNSHIP , 28.50 35.26 53.77 61.85 4.44 5.34 18.86 35.37 68.29 15.60 .79 1.21 1.38 .20 .24 .42 .80 1.84 .35 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .45 .48 .45 .45 .45 6 99 * 27 40.00 1953 66.84 3.00 .48 99 27 32.13 1953 50.71 2.28 .45 99 27 31.14 1953 49.14 2.21 .45 99 27 40.00 1953 75.19 '3.38' .43 LUVERNE IND. .LUVERNE .19 94 27 39.00 1953 .19 94 27 40.00 6S.02 ' 06.7,1 2.93 .48 3.00 .45 Mathilda Baessler, NW'/ 4 NE',4 — Mathilda Baessler, SW',4 NE',4 Mathilda Baessler, NE',4 „„ .. NW',4 - - - -' 19 94 27 39.00 1953 57.00 2.57 .45 Mathilda Baessler, NW',4 NW',4 19 Mathilda Baessler, SW',4 NW',4 ex. 9.06 A. to Koss. Co. 19 Mathilda Baessler, SE',4 NW',4 -' -19 L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, NE',4 NE',4 ' 30 i. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, NW',4 NE',4 3(1 L. D. Snyder & Carl Johnson, SW',4 NE'/ 4 30 Benjamin E. Butterfleld, NE'/ 4 NW',4 —19 _. ... .. LEDYARD IND. HARRISON John C. Isder, et al," SW',4 SE',4 ex. Ryi — —13 99 29 37.55 '1953 John C. Isder, et al, SE',4 SE',4 ex. Ry. „ 13 99 29 35.35 1953 94 27 45.56 1953 58.18 2.62 .45 ' * 94 27 38.60 1953 149.12 6.71 .45 ^ 94 27 40.00 1953 66.71 3.00 .45 94 27 38.00 1953 26.21 .59 .45 94 27 39.00 1953 23.28 .52 .45 94 27 40.00 1953 19.77 .44 .45 98 29 38.87 1953. 32.68 1.47 .45 PLAT OF STEVENS 3 1953 3 • 1953 53.84 2.41 -.45 73.44 3.30 .45 3va Thompson 6 ienry Zingg 7 ~lva Thompson, S'/ a of lot 2 & all of 3 4 1953 LEDYARD IND. LEDYARD John Krebsbach, NW',4, NW',4. W of C. & N. W. Ry 20 .86 .90 .04 .04 .45 .45 Annie Furst Telkamp, Henry W. Mayland NW',4 SW',4 9 Henry W. Mayland SW',4 SW',i 9 Henry W. Mayland SE',4 SW',4 9 99 28 .85 1953 LINCOLN TWP. 1.32 .06 .45 1.54 .07 .43 100 30 39.00 1953 70.08 3.15 .45 100 30 38.00 1953 57.94 2.61 .45 100 30 39.00 1953 38.14 WEST BEND IND. GARFIELD ; eo. W. Montag, et al S 60 ft. of lot 5 & all lots 6 & 7 NW',4 NW',4 ex. the S 1.72 .45 50 ft. of W 402.6 ft. of lot T ___10 Louis Schaefer, Jr., S 296 i ft. of NW',4 SW'.i S & W i of Ry. i 18 Jess & Cora B. O'Keefe, 1 sq. rd. )n SE cor., SW',4 SE'/« , . 13 , ^Benjamin E. Butterfield, 20 94 30 1953 GRANT CONS. 100 29 1953 GREENWOOD TWP. E!.2>! 2.ES .45 87.23 1.96 .45 .15 .45 -19 98 .,29 37,64 .,1953 31.77 1.43 .45 98 95 29 29 38.64 2.00 1953 1953 95 29 9.00 1953 59.59 2.68 .45 Of 20 6.85 1953 27.44 .62 .45 '. NE',4 NE'4 Benjamin E. Butterfleld, I-NW'/« NE'4 19 W'/z, S 40 A. of G. L. 6 ..10 Clark Orton, Gov. Lot 9, NW of Hy. — 11 Harlan & Beverly Wich. tendahl, Lot 3 Gov. Lot 4 ex. E 71 A. 11 J.ohn T. & Mary B. Lallier, W 3/5 lot 1 Aud Plat of Gov. Lot 2 & Lot 16 Fisher's Estate 14 ARMSTRONG,IND. EAGLE Henry W. Mayland NE',4 SE',4 Henry W. Mayland NW',4 SE',4 — . Henry W. Mayland SW',4 SE',4 Henry W. Mayland SE'.V SE',4 8 Henry W. Mayland NEi4 SW',4 9-100 Anno Sparks, Com. 46 rds. N & 2 rds E of SW Cor. of Sec. 4 then E 10 rds., N 8 rds, W 10 rds, S 8 rds. to beg. i. D. Sparks, Com. 59 rd 9'/ 2 ' N & 2 rds. E of SW Cor. of Sec. 4 then E 10 rd. N 112', W 10 rd. S 102 2/3" to beg., 10.95 2.53 .49 .11. .45 .45 44.5 56.19 41.03 75.04 44.86 29.64 26.41 25.68 27.04 25.95 29.64 25.53 24.90 27.96 29.69 36.50 .$5.43 63.38 5.69 6.03 19.73 36.62 70.28 16.40 70.09 63.44 51.80 79.02 68.40 7~0.16 60.02 61.23 156.28 70.16 27.25 2455 20.66 34.60 58.50 77.19 1.35 1.39 1.83 2.06 73.68 61.00 40.31 07.13 89.64 .60 33.68 11.89 3.09 62.72 28.51 95 29 16.00 1953 34.08 .77 .45 35.30 8 100 30 39.00 1953 62.98 2.83 .45 66.26 8 100 30 • 40.00 1953 78.27 3.52 .45 82.24 8 100 30 39.00 1953 76.29 3.43 .45 80.17 100 30 38.00 1953 157.78 7.10 .45 165.33 30 40.00 1953 47.32 2.13 .45 49.90 4 95 29 1951 1952 1953 108.03 15.05 1.20 124.28 1951 1952 1953 4 95 29 HEBRON TOWNSHIP PLAT OF STEVENS rands H. Berhow, Lots 15, 16, 17 & 18 2 *1953 LINCOLN TOWNSHIP 1951 G. Marchman & D. E. Byam, 1952 NEyi NE'/4 N of Ry ........... 20 99 27 .88 1953 1951 G. Marchman & D. E. Byam., 1952 NWl/ 4 NE'/ 4 N of Ry. ......... 20 99 27 .88 1953 10.97 2.07 1.20 34.93 3.01 .75 4.86 .66 1.20 4.86 .66 1.20 14.24 38.69 6.72 6.72 VICTOR TREASURE CHEST VHUABIE PAPERS m IWYJ IlflllT _ HW»YS PROTECTED .. t» How pff«n hov« you cont«mplgt«d putting' In a ioft d«po»it box ... yet hesitated b*eaw»» yov could not have lmmediq»e ac?e« to them when yov netded H«r«'i your answer! The VICTQR TREASURE CHEST b certrf^d protect its contents for ot least one hour from flame* and reaching 170Q'F. Handy for home or office. It h bift«flHy accessible yet provides 24-hour a day protection item firt feff your letters, papers, iewelry or other priced posstllloni* INVISTIGATE THIS ECONOMY IN RECORD INSURANCJ TOPATrl SEE IT ON PISPUY UPPER DES MOINES PUB, CO. Office Supply Dept, •> Algona and Jeep-Ditching • » ^i^ Contact Cletus F. Elbert PHONE 1313 1403 E. Locust St., Algona, la. FREE DEMONSTRATION Of The New Clinton Chain Saw ON YOUR OWN FARM If you have, a woodlot, you will want.this demonstration on your farm. See how you can make your woodlot make money, and how fast the job'can be done. Ask for this demonstration, there is no obligation on your part. Fill in This Coupon Now and Mail RUSS & KY'S Super Service \ East State St., Algona, Iowa Yes, I'd like a'free demonstration of the new Clinton Chain Saw on my farm, and I understand there is no obligation. ' , . NAME ____________ LOCATION OF FARM TIME DESIRED Afore Milwaukee Road FIRSTS 1 . I" IIC5J I in America to operate fully automatic freight classification yards —at Milwaukee, Wis., and at Bensenville, near Chicago. These famous "pushbutton"' yards not only expedite freight car movement at two great terminals but create a more fluid'con- dition all along the railroad. I" IIO I to put on the rails cars with full-length domes. .The popular Super Pomes on the HIAWATHAS have lookout seats in the dome for 68 passengers.. To those who know the Milwaukee, being first with the latest U not surprising. Among its many attainments are; BIB Cf to u *e roller bearings on long distance • I |%;%P • passenger trains. EI D CT to Design, build and operate all-welded steel Wm i%«SI I i passenger trains. . CI D C T to build nil-welded steel freight cars with 1 • |%%P • plywood linings. \ BI D CT a& d only railroad to use electric power for cross- r • H>w 1 ing the great mountain ranges of the Northwest, 9 More important to you, Mr, Shipper, Is that The Milwaukee Road is FIRST in service, too. Shipping or traveling, think FIRST of your Milwaukee Road agent, SHIP-TRAVEL THE MILWAUKEE ROAD ?«% DIIMI.IZID OR UICTGIFIIDI 1OO% 5OONI 8M

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