Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1931 · Page 11
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* p MtfV ,* 295O A *f M V « . printed Last Week turn-lit elrrnlntlon hy f,, r In Kbwnth. CTADO UI Ui U Thl * not keep coming after you order It fl Sure jronrielf fnMre e*tmrnttmt*t ky tektat the paper yo* can utom whMi fro* **«« H '****''•-• ALGONA, IOWA, NOVEMBER 12, 1931 Nuinbei 9 that winter comes aHfrroachlne and dreftr months n the face, aneht at-, coughs and groans. swallow southward long ST he wheat and oats " bins! the corn will" ere long and feed- maW begins, since Put the clubs cease the awat of ltl; we only count the Which fast brings il winter's chill. in the car with alcohol watch the radiator boil ns breezes take a toll of test gas and high priced picnic tools to garrets go,. , are no longer flies to awat, ' the coalman we bestow [hate which summer iceman . pay for sundry pills and , to stifle colds, mayhap the U we live in fervent prayerful ithat winter's HU miss I Indication tells that will enfold us soon, and , account of voodoo spells will a year of summer's boon. L SOMETHING '' last night which Dlenty disgusted me. and «ome 'Twas an automobile ', up to the theater and two young ladies got out. In the BOTH ALGONA FOOTBALL TEAMS DEFEATED ALGONA GAINS YARDAGE BUT HAMPTON WINS Swea City Boys Hin Trip UVERMORE IS To College Football Game VICTOR OVER ACADEMY27-0 Ira* a ,„ „ man and a dog, and the .effusively said goodbye to the 'Twasn't a very big dog, Just a j slier. And 'twas dressed In autlful sweater. A knit affair completely covered the little j And that's what disgusted , The hound'couldn't help It, but fact that folks will go nute L a dog to spend depression dressing It up, Just gets my IjD A FEW minutes Biter the lew had left a little nrchln, • about nine years old want- Ito icll me a paper. He didn't sweater. His shoes were und worn, his overalls patched | the coat he wore looked like a n brother's cast-off* and 'twas .t too heavy for the raw Hovem- [wind. He shivered as he hand- The Algona high school lost 7-0 Friday at Athletic park in a game In which the Algonlans had the game all their own way till the last quarter, but were unable to put the ball over tho goal for a score. In the third quarter the Aigona. team after a penalty on Hampton, had tho ball on the one-foot line. Two smashes were halted at thb scrim mage line, an end run lost ground, and a pass failed to get the ball over, and Hampton punted out of danger. Hampton kicked off to the 23-yard 'lime. Algona was penalized five yards for offsides, then gained five yards on a similar penalty or Hampton. A pass was good for 17 yards. The next play made a yard and a fumble lost tho same amount Another pass was good for 2-2 yards and four more plays made anothe first down, taking tho ball to tin Hampton 28-yard line. Four yard were made then one lost. A fum ble lost lift yards, and a punt wen over the goal, giving the ball t Hampton on the 20-yard line. Hampton made a yard on the firs play, then broke away for a 29-yar gain. Three more plays failed Swea City, Nov. ' 10—Carl John ohnaon died at his homo here Fr'l- ny. Funeral services were held at he Lutheran church with the Rev. Raymond Swanson in charge. Mr. Johnson was born December 1, 1S50, In Kalmar, Sweden. He amc to America in 1881. .April 3, the north, one on tho south, and one on the cast side fit town. i _ i Armistice Day I'ropnim (Jlvcii 1 — I An Armistice program WIIH held in the school auditorium Sunday afternoon. Community singing and the high school band furnished the 886, he married Sophia Krlstina' music, and the Rev. Mr. AVeaver Jriokson, and settled on a farm east and the Rev. Mr. Svlmens gave ad- of Ledyard, where they lived until 913, when they retired and moved i .0 Swea City. Mr. Johnson was confirmed in the Lutheran church and was a member of the Immanuel church here. Five dresses. j Iowa Theater Is Opened— ! The new theater, the Iowa, opened | Friday evening. A. large crowd attended. The theater is beautifully decorated. Mr. Reed has children, Oscar and Walter, of AVakefleld, Harold, of Altadena, ialif., Mrs. C. C. Llnde and Mrs. V. i Turnbaugh as assistants. L. Nelson, of Swea City, besides his aged wife, six grandchildren and one sister in Sweden survive. Harriett Cletls Llvermore's high school football team romirad over St. Cecelia's last Thursday afternoon 27-0 at Athletic park. Tho heavy Livermore team was too much for the academy team. Algona kicked off to the 40-yard 'inp. and Livermore fumbled on the first play, and Algona recovered on the 41-yard line. Two Algona plays failed to gain, and a. pass was intercepted on Ijivermore's 41-yard line. Livermore punted to the 34-yard making another first down in two more plays. Three plays failed, and a punt was blocked, and Livermore got the ball on the 11-yard line as the half ended. In the second half Livermore gained almost at will. One academy punt yn.s blocked on the nine-yard line, and tho academy recovered the ball buck of the goal line, and the recovery was ruled a touchback, counting for neither team. Algona held the Livermore team on the nine-yard line to avert a score, but the Livermore team smashed over a few minutes later. The final Livermore score came from a long pass, and a run of 50 yards. Livermore scored three times in the second half making the try for extra point twice. INGHAM'S ADD Bertha and F J Shilts ---- •! 2 1930 51.11 li O Uncling ________________ 2 2 1930 48.07 l.lAZlo Nugent ____ Kx 7V4 ft 10 3 1SI30 85.08 Lizzie Nugent ____ Ex 7V4 ft 10 3 1929 20.17 RliSEKVATlON NO 2 K H McMurray ______ S 2 rd 6 N 1 rd 7 1 3930 Clara Rodlng Walker S 4'A rd of N 7 rd 4G.14 48.67 gain, and a punt was returned the 44-yard line. An Algona pass was completed to ho gain, another play made a yard, and a pass was Incomplete. Hampton was offsides on the punt, and the New Ice House Is Planned— Ole Nolan, who for some years has obtained his supply of ice from nearby lakes, will next year supply the town with manufactured ice. The Central States company, of Des Molnes, will erect a six-ton storage house at the Ole Nolan residence. The Ice is manufactured in Fort Dodge, stored in Estherville, and then trucked to surrounding towns The cakes are 400 pounds each, and scored so pieces can easily be broken off. The present Ice house on Three plays made a first down for the academy but three more failed Pheasant Hunters >'timorous— I to niake the necessary yardage, and More pheasant hunters were in | the academy team punted to the and around Swea City Friday and | 3 ?-yf ' (1 llne Saturday than in any previous year. I'lvermnre made two first downs „ , 4 u t. ~f 41,0 -*.,»<, in seven plays, but In three Many from other parts of the .ptate were here. Most of them reported getting their limit. Other Swea City. Supt. Mulhall, of the Blencoe school, and his father were weekend visitors at the Rev. Mr. AVeav- er's. Gail AVeaver, teacher at Glencoe, accompanied them. The Mul- halls spent Saturday hunting pheasants. 14 1 1030 STACY'S ADD David AV Has a 4 t 1930 15.19 CALL'S STATE ST ADD O B Kuhn _ 3 - 4 238 1930 131.42 CALL'S AVB ADD Autfusta Oellenfeld : 5 - (i 24G 1930 48.67 Alico D Laird K 4 rd 1 2 240 1930 Win -McMahon S'A 4 240 J930 plays made only seven yards, and a pass was intercepted on the 39-yarc line as the quarter ended. Intercepted Pass Nearly Scores. Algona lost 13 yards in three plays, then punted to Livermore'a 39-yard line. The second Livermore play was good for 21 yards, and another play added five but Algona recovered a fumble on the 411-yard line. An academy pass was Intercepted, and the receiver ran to the Alvian Kinney, who has been at a! Algona 33-yard line before being the Rock Island tracks will be | Des Moines hospital and clinic for downed. wrecked and the material used in the new building. The new house ball brought back, and on the next j will be insulated so that use of saw- lightning Rods Installed— punt the receiver was downed on | dust will be unnecessary, the 19-yard line. Two Hampton plays gained only a yard and Algona took the Punt on Its own 45-yard line. A pass made five yards, and two more •plays made a first down as the quarter .ended. Algoiilaiis Threaten Goal Line. A pass for nine yards opened the Lightning protection engineers of i F au ikners are cousins of S. War- he Hawkeye company, of Cedar taplds, are Installing rods on the ocal elevators of the Quaker Oats second quartei', and another Algona And the' thought (• play made first down. A smash was good for three yards, and an Algona pass was intercepted on the 15-yard line. Hampton made a yard, low the paper, \t to me— [WHAT A HELUVA condition (things which puts a;knit.wool ater on a pup (hauled ar- |nd In B closed car) and.per-, j a boy, selling papers In nn (tort to do nls blt toward keep;the wolf from the door of a mi but unfortunate family, I ghlver In the winter winds. what must be,,the type.-0l r matter which fills the sknll § man who glyes more ijht to a dog than - to the iln who should wear the ,;«*«. . •'•-.'•'• ' ' •THOUGHT this being nuts about i was confined to the Idle and jss rich in the bigger cities. I1 guess we have the>breed right i In Iowa. And I, for one, cer- can't give that guy a thing, I a thing. It's my opinion that should come before dogs as to I and the comforts of/life,' -' . • : BETTING that the two-day season on "pheasants made h of liars In this state; The law ) blame, Section 27, chapter 57, "It shall be lawful to kill not iceed three birds per day." And the darn fool ,law goes .on to | In section 28, same chapter, "A may haye In :hl» possession [birds, seven of which have been !Kd to him by other hunters." Idar yo Is. |HOW EAST to tearfully »wear . yon murdered only three' »nd the, other halt tosen i liven you to take home by Xher hunter. And don't think Iwiin't being done last Friday p* Saturday, let- yo»r eon. by your ffuldes, broth.tr. how many do yon think more than hit qnota and my with tho story, "I'm : the extra blr«» home (or *» »nd Jim." I WOMAN In Minnesota so the atory goes, wrote to a 'bureau |>ya«hlngton asking, .what to do I w baby when It had colic, Af,«« weeks research, pt study, of and then fumbled, picking the ball up inside the goal, but the Hampton man managed to get it past the goal line one foot before being downed. Hampton punted to the 19-yard line. Four Algona plays took the ball less than 10 yards by inches, and ..Hampton got the baV 'again on the nine-yard line. Two Hampton Plays failed to-gain but on an attempted punt a fumble was picked up and gained 14 yards Hampton lost six on the next play and punted to Algona's 48-yard line Algona's first play was a pass good for 42 yards, taking the bal inside the 110-yard line again. Al gona failed to gain and lost 12 yds on two plays and an offsides penalty and a try for a field goal was wide thus ending Algona's chances for c score in the first half, which endec before Hampton could make a I> •" after receiving the ball. Hampton kicked off to open th second half, Algona taking the ba some tmie, will return Monday forj Livermore made a first down, but treatments. His sister, Mrs. Chas. | in three more plays lost 15 yards, Rholine, will accompany him. Everett and Thomas Faulkner, of Pomeroy, and eight friends hunted pheasants with S. Warburton. The GIRL SENDS NEWS OF AL8DNAJp_ REGISTER Alice Payne, daughter of Farm Editor W. J. Payne o£ the Advance, though still a school girl is making good as a correspondent for the Des Molnes Register & Tribune, and has secured more publicity in those japers for Algona than our town nns had before. Last Sunday an 11-inch story about Supt. W. H. Lease's music 'estiva.1 work in the 60 Methodist churches of Algona district, receiv 2d an inside page headline, and a previous story about Algona's build. Ing boom also won a full page head line. Other stories included the mention of Mrs. Wilhelmi Smldt, of Titonka, and her wool yarn and knitting activity. This story and pictures of Mrs. Smldt was reprinted 95 95 95 29 29 95 95 29 29 29 29 1929 1930 ompany. The Hawkeye company las the contract for installing their ystem on 60 Quaker Oats elevators n Iowa and South Dakota. The lo:al elevator is a part of the chain. burton. Mrs. Charles McAdams entertained her division of the Methodist Aid Friday. After an afternoon spent at sewing, Mrs. McAdams served supper. The James Elders entertained the Slacks, of Titonka, Sunday at a pheasant dinner. Mr. Slack is manager of the Farmers elevator at Ti- | then gained it back,, and, Algona intercepted a pass on the five-yard line. The academy punted out on the '28-yard line. The first Livermore play made 16 yards and three more plays took the hall over for the first touchdown A pass for the point was good and score was Livermore 7, St. Ce- Ity Paving to Be Tested— A state highway commission drill car was drilling test holes in the tonka, paving on No. 9, and stopped here j The Thursday club met at the ast week and took samples of the i Ira Hewett home last Thursday. A Johnsonized street paving. State' engineers take these samples to study paving of different types used in the state. celia's 0. Algona Threatens to Score. Livermore kicked off and Algona made 11 'yards on the first play J C Smith Personal and 8 240 1930 Ben Sorcnson 9 240 1930 Amlo Peugrnet 1-2 245 1930 UNPLATTED A. Vundertinden Lot 18 NE',4 .SMi/4 2 95 29 W H Godden Be* 78 rd W 2 'A N of SIS Cor N 7m. E 60 ft H 71H !t to Beff 2 County Savings Bunk N 281.8 ft Lot r Gov lot G 2 County Savings Bank N 281.0 ft Lot 1 Gov lot 6 2 Wm Kuhn Lot 2 Gov lot 6 2 Kva Selfert W% lot 7 Gov lot 0 2 Erma Helberg 11 4 rd Lot. 7 Gov Jot 6 2 I3rmn Helberg- H 4 rd Lot 7 Gov lot 6 2 Erma Helberg H 4 rd Lot 7 Gov lot 8 2 Ertrm Helberg H 4 rd Lot 7 Gov lot 0 , 2 Bert Van Treeso E% lot 7 ex E 4 rd Gov lot 6 2- Bert Van Treeso E^4 lot 7 ex H 1 rd Gov lot 6 2 Bert Van Treeso EW lot 7 ex E 4 rd Gov lot 6 2 H J Hutchison Lot 8 Gov lot 6 2 H J Hutchison Lot 8 Gov lot 8 2 H J Hutchison Lot 8 Gov lot 6 2 H B Mason Lot 13 Gov lot 62 Hobarton El<&v Co N 8 rd lot 9 Gov lot 1 : 11 Hans Sorenson WH lot 5 SE ^ NEV, 11 W J Cook N 156% ft of lot 5 Gov lot 3 Lot 3 NW& NEW 11 7.59 21.32 93.26 12.17 20.77 1.53 . 1.4B 5.10 3.02 2.77 1.48 .91 7.88 1.46 .23 1.62 2.80 .36 .30 .40 .40 .40 .SO oo. 58; 2J.9!h 49. 31 50.53: .40 .40 .40 tC.KO) .40 139.701 .40 6«.SK .<• .40 .40 .40 .40 96.4 B 12.93: 27.8 r 1930 44.98 2.70 1930 48.67, 1930 88.98 37.73 4&.6S 1930 15.28 1»30 51.00 95 29 1929 95 29 1928 43.27 41.07 1.46 5.34 S.6S 2.91 . .46 3.06 7.79 .40 48.4SJ .40 5*. 6 3.40 94U72V .M «*•.»* .40 B2.«(H .40 16.11 .40 54.4B- .80 51.85 12.32 1.20 54.5* 95 29 1927 32.76 19.75 95 95 29 1930 15.38 29 192» 13.OS .92 2.36 l.CO .40 48.1* 95 29 1928 12.38 3.71 95 95 95 95 29 29 1930 1929 1928 1930 «4.8« S8.36 67.IS 40.89 throughout the U. S. , A story about J. C. Mawdsley, with pictures of his buildings southeast of Algona, received much publicity, and was a good story to go out under an Algona date line. She secures pictures for many feature stories, and has worked hard to cover the routine, such as court news, weddings, etc., as well as the feature stories. Next year she will be graduated from St. Cecelia's academy, and expects to continue In newspaper work. 95 29 1930 97.35 95 29 1930 68.14 4.38 11.02 17.68 .61 5.84 2.04 .W 1C.M L,20 17.2» .40 6S.S8 .84 70.IS I.JO .40 7S.OI 41.90 95 29 1930 139.6» 11.49 95 29 1930 9.74 Remedies for Pheasant Hunters— Herb Winter had a clever display of pheasant hunter's necessities in his drug store window last week. Shells of all kinds were displayed at hardware stores, and everything in the drug line from headache tablets to remedies for burns and bruises were shown. To Improve Llpht Service— Swea City will have three large transformers in the residential district. Consumption of electricity has grown and the present equipment Is inadequate. One will be placed on fine program was given by Mrs. T. F. Mitchell and Mrs. Roy Bravender. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton and daughter Cleon visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Dutton is better remembered as Mildred Sweet. Ethel Senenfelder and a former school friend, Raymond Modlew, of New Ulm, Minn., visited In Grundy Center from Saturday to Tuesday. Mrs. B. L. Weaver, Gail AVeaver, and Theodora Hovey visited Waldorf college in Forest City Saturday. Mrs. Harry Bixby, who has been at an Estherville hospital for some time, returned Thursday. Delinquent Tax List OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Tho following: is a true and correct list of all Lands and Town Lots i Kossuth County, Iowa, on which taxes for the year 11)30 and prior I years are due and unpaid as appears from the several tax lists in my office. Notice is hereby grivcn that unless tli'e taxes, interests and coses therein are sooner paid, the following- described lands and town lots, or so much thereoT as is necessary to pay the tax. interest and costs therein, will he sold at tlie Treasurer's Office in Algona, Io\va. on the first Monday in December. 1031; said sale commencing- at Ten (10) o'clock pi said day and continuing- until all of said lands and town lots in the following- l jsts which have been previously advertised and oflered for sale two vears or more, and remain unsold for want of bidders, will be sold at this sale, or any adjournment thereof, in tho manner provided by law. Dated at Alg-ona, Iowa, November 5, 1981. . HAKB.Y N. KRUSE, Treasurer Kossutli Co. Louis H Crawford Bee 2 rd W of SK Cor of lot 3 W 12 rd N 4 rd B 12 rd S 4 rd to bts ----------------- 11 Mrs. Hattie Kuhn SW of following:: Com at :pt 22 rd S .• and 2 rd W of NH Cor W ' 10 rd S 8 rd B 10 rd N to beg _______________ 11 95 29 1930 13.15 LUTE A T STACY'S ADD Wm Busch _____________ 15 2 1930 4.87 PINH GROVH ADD Edna M Ferg-uson _____ 1-2 1930 19.47 HILL CREST ADI> L H and R H Guderian ---- 2 2 1930 .97 W L Martin ________ 18-19 3 1930 9.74 P H Shackelford ------ 20-21 3 1930 9.74 ALGONA INCORP DIST NO 2 Chas. A. Fouhy Elks 14 15 16 17 18 19. W2 22. 42 41 43 44 45 46 47 48; Lots 2 3456 Blk 49; Blks 50 51 52 53 54 55 5G 57 58 74 75 70 77 78 !J» 84; Lot 1 Blk 85; Blks 86 87 __ - _________ C.Helmers _______________ C Helmers _____________ C Helmers ___ _1 ---------C Helmers . --------- |H 1 Ada Speicher ___________ 5- C Helmers --------------C Helmers ____________ 3 - 4 E H«lmers - _i_^___l;_— r__- ' C Helmers _________________ C Helmers _____ 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 136 C Helraers -------- , ------ 142 .53 1.44 .29 1.17 .06 .5* .58 .4* 1*3.59 .40 10.58 .40 151.51 .«•>, M.TS .4* .40 2S.7» c.sc ,19 tt.M .40 1.4S .40 10.7Z .40 1O.721 ALGONA INC DIST NO ORIGINAL PLAT 110 111 112 6 132 133 134 135' 137 1930 1930 1930 1930 90.11 2.94 2.56 2.46 ADVANCE WANT-ADS GET BEST RESULTS on gulnea ; tne director answered the woman t wile only made the baljy cry, killed, and to use her beat i*nt and allow her mother in* • to guide her In treatment. "ils cost the country money. *» salaries and wvo.n, people 'Involved In dispensing thte bit "wmation. Which demonstrates Bureaus are bureaus and ex •>« m giving service to our peo |H> SUGGEST that IniteU of °nr I1MM KCBators an* dowB the »tat* on the 30-yard line. A recovered for a yard gain, second fumble, after a S°°d gain was recovered by Hampton on 40-yard line. Three Hampton play made three yards and a punt went to Algona on the 20-yard-line. Six Algona Plays made 25 yards and two first downs. A pass failed to gain, and another was incomplete. A auick punt rolled to Hamptons 3- yard line before being downed. Alcoia Falls Asaln at Score. Two Hampton plays made five yards and a punt was returned to the 33-yard line by Algona. A pass was good for 11 yards, and a penalty on Hampton gave Algona five more yards. The next play was good for three yards. Hampton drew a 15-yard penalty for slugging taking the ball to within a yard of the goal. Two smashes failed ,an end run attempted lost 5 yards, and a pass took the ball to the one-yard line, again, where it was given to Hampton on downs. Hampton Punted to the 4Q-yard line. A Play made a, yard, and a pass was intercepted on line. Hampton made on seven. plays two failed to , ti when eonmsy {too* v Si « ra 4H W* wrlfi-f '"•lion „„ ( , ^ fmt »»n> the money, W haa«- f*M< made a yarn, four for a first more plays addea down » m ' l ™ Algona 20-yard jine, Hampton eight, then and In four more pmy» """TVul over for the only touchdown of the game The try for point was good and the score stood Hampton 7, Al *Tthe rest of the game Hampton sHiksfflrr? • n Economical to heat your homt with Botsford's Peerless Coal Tt costs you LESS PER SEASON to use BOTS- PORD'S PEERLESS, because it gives you most HEAT for your dollar— fewer impurities — less waste. The ash pile tells the story of the economyof BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS-less than a bt*h- e of ash to the ton! It's not only packed full of HEAT units, but our simple direction card Sails vou how to regulate your heatftvg equip- mentTn ordlr to get the most HEAT, from your coal. Why not save the heat after oii mote t *c 1C 1! zo Mutil Ellen t-T n 4 4- Part of Section or Town, Audition or .Sub- IJtvlsion du Gcetsch ...... N 72 ft n. "\7\-nnAn t 4J 3 p o M S% 3 S% 4 72 ft 1 B 1-3 2 M R.I 2 4 t- M o H VI B « -3 ° g y , | .3. II 111 -2 1 11 1 1930 56.07 3.36 .40 59.83 3 1930 83.24 5.96 .41) 8U.60 5 3930 26.77 .80 .40 27.91 L A Gronwftll 7 t, -A Gronwall » Walter 1' Doflds et al 7-K Perry St John 2 Perry St John 3 Peny St John , 4 ferry St John 6 Perry St John' « Wilbur St John 1 Wilbur St John £ Wilbur St John J Wilbur St John | John Weber — » jessio K. Steven .TrYV";; K P C Bailey W 44 ft 5 W H Goddon -. ^B 2-3 6 Annette Peuenet —- » 30 ft 5 H A Mutson _ S- 102 «-6 H A Mntaon — ; s-7 W 7» i W W 1'ixler S 00 ft 1 utto Nelsoa ——-—— —• | j \V Dearsoh —. | If iirl M a johnso"n"~^~ff ft ex B Anna Bohannon — , — | HUen Youne . g C U Murtagh •-,——.- (-•? John NordsM-om —- « ISlmer 3 Kelley personal, and 7-8 H M Kist < 1 •Geo", E. Alfrijd,"K"aija"Cafrir Oeo^ S & A~UreTH~aua~ r earf T Nelson ________—-.:-—— -Geo. J3.' Alfred. H and Carl T Kelson — — --Oeo. U. Alfred. H and. Curl r 7 7 8 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 16 18 23 25 25 2f. 32 38 40 41 41 53 '55 56 56 57 6U 60 3 63 1930 15.38 1930 107.09 1930 20.25 1930 1930 1930 4 62 5 62 Nelson --•*—,—- • J M Moore 1 °:° J L Mttiloy —:_ personal and 3 62 73 82 j ij mtuiuj ---•- »»v.~™~. IT--- - ;i io<ni Helen I Tr»u*or |&«»&TIC»J 1 NO 'Annette Peupne-t ^N 4 rd 2 1 Martha A StWart ' AuKuatS Oeilenfeld 12 276 Anton Zittrich •-; —--- *9 F '•& Slaele .. "- "0 P ,H Slub'le _--;— •—- 1*«.., I' H S?a6?e^St" bStweSn WSi Wo ;• 127 ]? :;H m$\Q >->•—•-- 2 '' lila V.-Vl SWBlp ^vVv-w-^--- * - i «| •- ? - J5fi sWOrtll -i'ii.ii.- .1 - .? :.1.§? JJswSrth - •ftiiiiut* «iiiawv» ><* — —.—— • . JT .. Mrs. \rohn ! 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Martha Retina Lj'nch Martha Reffina Lynch Martha Keg-ina Lynch Martha Ketrina Lynch Martha Retrina Lynch Martha Ree'ina Lynch ----- 5 Martha Resina Lynch ---- _ 6 lartha Reg-ina Lynch ---- 6 Martha Reg-ina Lynch ----- 6 Louise M & Anna B Spring-er 1 Louise M & Anna H Spring-er 2 cl.i J Sarchett ------------ 3 da J Sarchett ----------- 4 Ida J Sarchett -------- EV4 5 Prank J Hatten ----------- 7 Frank J Hattan -------- 8 Laura M Vande ---------- 1 Laura M Vande ----------- 1 Laura M Vanfle ----------- 2 Laura M Vande -------- - 2 J H Ditsworth ex B 10 It of S 83 1-3 ft ______________ 2 Prank Lupin ------------ 5 J J and D B Lynch ------- 10 j J and D B Lynch ------- 10 ff J and D B Lynch ------ IJ BANCROFT INCOKP ORIGINAL PL1AT Jane Gray Davis J H Sheridan ------ 4 J H Menke ------- N 1.00 1.00 1.00 8.7 1.2 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 21.0 30.9 5.4 58.30 11.92 43.71 6.12 50.53 10.42 19.15 22.95 14 .13 d(i.bl) 72.01 <9.ai 2.07 37. 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