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The Algona, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 1,1942 TUESDAY ttUB, LUVERNE, PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY LuVerne: The Tuesday club met this week At the home of Mi's. H. B. iPeltzke with 17 members and one guest, Mrs. George Frantz, In attendance. Roll call was answered with a verse of scripture containing the word Thanksgivlrg. Mrs. Albert Genrich read' an interesting poem on home and plans were made for the annual Christmas party with the exchange of gifts which will be held on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 15. The club has been making scrap books which will be sent to the Children's Home In Des Moines and to hospitals. The hostess, assisted by Mary Alice Blgring, served a tray lunch. A son was born to Mr. ard Mrs. Harold Davidson Nov. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Will, Fairmont, and (Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shafer, State Center, Were recent guests at the Gottlieb Hansel- mans. Mrs. Amyle Pechner arrived last week Monday from Coeur d' Lane, Idaho, for a month's visit with relatives. She is the former Lena Warmbier. Mr. and Mrs. John Klrsten, of Clinton, Minn,, were recent visitors here at the home of his sister, Mrs, Minnie Fechner. Mrs. Fechner has been ill with neur.'ils the past two months. . Marlys Ann Phillips celebrated her fourth birthday Friday by inviting some of her friends to her home for the afternoon. They were Ltada Sorenson, Marilyn Zentncr and Roger Johnson. A tag day for the Red Cross was conducted last week Tuesday afternoon and a sum of $24.75 was received which will be used towards establishing a workroom for making surgical dressings. The Birthday club was entertained last week Friday evening at the home of Mrs. John Ramus. Bridge was played at three tables with Mrs. A. D. Zw.'efel winning high score and Mrs. Archie Sunford second high. A birthday gift waft presented Mrs. Harold Sorensen. The .LuVerne high school boys' basketball team opened its season last Tuesday evening when the first and second Goldfleld boys played on 016 local floor. The Ideal sec and team won its game 22-7 whl! the first lost with a score of 6-i The next games will be at Renwie on Dee. 4. Word has been received here o the recent -marriage of Imogen Saunderfl to her former husban Arnold Saunders. They have gon to California where they expect t make their home. Mr. Saunder Was employed as dr.'Ver for the tan truck of the Standard Oil Co. an also operated a feed grinding bus ness, The annual Presbyterian Lad't> bazaar and chfcken supper will b held Saturday, Dec. 5. Plans ar being made to serve a light lunch a noon as well as the customary sup per In the evening. Group meei ings are being held Wednesday af ternoon at the Jennie Mason, Mr F. I. Chapman and Mrs. F. G. gist homes to compete the wor] A post-nuptials shower was glv en to Mrs. Audrey Holmes De Ml last weelt Tuesday afternoon at th Holmes' home by (Mrs. Marie Hun and Mrs. Walter Engel. Recipe Were written for (Mrs. DeNio an guessing contests conducted by th hostesses. The gifts were present ed from under a canopy or paraso of blue and white crepe paper. Mr DeNio left the last of the week fo Champaign, 111. In keeping with the general sub ject of the year the Woman's Pro gressive club, MrS.,,C. B. Huff chos Gertude De.'mant's book, "The Day of Qfelia" for her review at th meeting last week Monday evening The subject Is "Our Neighbors the South'" and the book is a rec ord of the experiences of an An crican woman living in Mexico Citj Mrs. Huff presented the story 1 her usual very Interesting manne Mrs. F. G. Hagist was hostess. Th next meeting will be a Christina party with Misses Arlene Boyse and Dorothy Devick hostesses. Mrs. Walter Hefti told about trip the Heftis took to Beverlj Kentucky, at the meeting of the J. club at Mrs. John Ramus horn Friday afternoon. She told of the! visit to the L.'.ttle Bit of Heave at Davenport, their stop at th home of Stephen Foster and a trl through the Onyx Cave near Cav City, Ky. She also described th Mission station and the surroundin country near Beverly illustratin all of these descriptions with p.'<: tures. Elinor Mae Woito played Stephen Foster medley and sang "My Old Kentucky Home." Ther were 14 members and one gues Miss Wolto, present. ]\ews ofLivermore Vicinity Bill Knuff visited Sunday at- th home of his brother, Paul, In £ < Benedict. Airs. Douglas Riley of Irvingto visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs William Knuff. Mir. and Mrs. Fred Falb am son spent Thanksgiving day at th home of his sister in Burt. John- Rutz is suffering from slight stroke at the home of h son, Harry, south of town. Virgil Seger, who is employed o ther road in Nebraska,-^ spent--th week end with his family here. ' Mr. ami Mrs. Ronald Collins o West Bend, visited Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Henry Zeimct. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson visl ed Tuesday with the.'* daughte: Mrs. Eugene. Sweeney in Britt. •Mr. and Mrs. Slack of Hartford Iowa, visited a few days this wee with her brother, W. P. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gleason Glendale, Neb., are visiting with her parents,- Mr. and Mrs. Jon Tuttle. Misses Charlotte Logue, Shirle Smith and Mrs. Betty Porter wer visitors Sunday with friends i Boone. Mrs. Charles Jennings la in Mil' er, S. D., called iby the illness o her grandson who underwent a operation in Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sykes and fam ily 'were d.'nner guests Sunday a the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Goctsch near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding visit ed a few days last week at th home of their daughter, Mrs. Jaa Weydert at ffiastoir, M!nn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy SmKh, Mrs Ilean Mansor, Mrs. Anna Erpeld ing and Mrs. (Milton Armstrong were recent visitors in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner en tertojned Mr. and Mrs George Leu ertz and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wag ner at dinner Thanksgiving day. Helen Larson, who is taking nursea' training course in Sioux City, is spending a few days visit Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lareon. (Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barr of Ce dar Rapids and Mrs, Downey o QJlmore City.were guests Thanks giving day with her sister, Mrs Virgil Seger. Keith Logue and Alfred Smith who are attending Dubuque college apent the week end visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue and (Mr. and Mrs. Ike Smith. Miss Charlotte Logue was hostess to the newly-organized club at her home Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in sewing, A lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening. (Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Devine and family flf W&den and Mr. and Mrs SVank Reding and, family Of Lu Verne were guests on Thanksgiving day at the home of their, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Red Editor Miller of the LJvermore Gazette was unable to attend to his duties at the office last week as he was ill with Influenza, TWf WM the first time that he baa mis* ed being at his office e*cep$ once years ago when he had fcvw. - H0W4rd Baitoni who is ho<rne from the army YJslting his mother, Jftre, Barton, at feHVeme. was » dinner and supper guest Saturday a| the Cecil Smith home. Howard made Ws Jxome Wltfe the Smi while doing carpenter wsrk Jn locality. Elmer Gronbach and children drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday to visit i>'« Wile who und went an operation last week, y Fred Falb and spn,^Ronald, accompanied them and visited^ her mother, Mrs. Emil Welter, who also underwent an operation in, Ro Mrs. Anna Pooph entertained a t a duck dtoner at tfee horn? Q; UTS, Jjonnan S*p« last Sunday Jjj pr of the 12th birthday of he granddaughter, Mary Ann Scot Those attending the dinner wer Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch and M and Mrs. Norman Scott and fam Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann-was host ess to the Pinochle club at her horn Friday afternoon.) Pinochle wa the afternoon's : entertainment, t lunch was served by the hostess Mrs. Clara Logue won the prize The next meeting will be at th home of Mrs. Clara Logue De . ... A group of friends of Mrs. Fran ces Bordwell came to her home o Wednesday afternoon to help ho celebrate her birthday. Five hun dred was played at three tables Prizes were won by Mrs. Lawrenc McPherson and Mrs. (Maggie Scrlb ner. A lunch brought by the guests was served. She was presented number of fine gifts. Miss Frances Weyman was th hostess to the Twentieth Centurj club at her home Tuesday after noon. Following is the program that was presented: roll call, curren events; Charm of Servjicje, Mrs Ethel Boessler; Infantile Paraly sis, Kenny Method, Mrs. Leon, Hintz; Garden and Wild Flower Conservation, Mrs. Virginia Raney Mrs. Clare Lenertz was faostcs to the Jolly Eight club at her horn Thursday afternoon! Bridge was played during the afternoon. Prize were wow by Mrs. Mike Reding Mrs. Lucille Lenertz and Mrs Louise Gronbach, A lunch was served by the hostess at the clos of the afternoon. The next meet ing will be at the home of Mrs Lelth Ophelm on Dec. 9. BURT NEWS Phyllis (McBride, who attend school at Sibley, came Wednesday evening to spend the remainder o the week at the home of her moth er, Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keller and daughter, Jean, Mrs. Wm. Boernson and (Mrs, Delmar Wllle, May City were Wednesday night guests a the G. H. McMullen home. Jimmy Smith, Coe college stud' ent, Mary Ann Smith, Graettinger teacher, and Don Bahnhart, Cedar Falls, were at the K. J. Smith home over the Thanksgiving week end School closed Wednesday afternoon for the Thanksgiving vacation and.most of the teachers went to :belr var'ous homes. On Tuesday evening there was a party at the school house for the high school pupils. Mrs. Jane Blossom, Algona, spent a week recently^ at the Mrs, Carrie 31ososm home. Mrs. I* I* Clement, Ames, also visited from Sunday to rhuraday at the Blossom home. Mr. Clement also came for Thanks* givtaf, A union Thanksgiving service was held at the Methodist church [Tcmrsday morning. The Rev. Paul Pigge delivered the sermon on the .fcoplc, »Amerfca| BJwaJ <3pdjf , .# irvte* wa* ahjp held at <** fcuth •an church^ Betty Bee Chrfstensen, who is at ending school in Minneapolis, Mar garet Richman, buslnew college stu den* at Mason City and Mwry J«»« iachut, student at Warthwrg coi, e?e, Wwpr(y, gpept the TbajiJWftv-r ng holidays wjtfe their parent^. Vlrg.'4 Schrader and I/a wren ce Chipman r^MTBfd TttMte fKWffl MMwaukee, whew tfcey hjgf^visited "M- Thfy also accflmpajjied Cbipman oq a deer bunting rip in northern Wisconsin. WUjS got a deer and they brought home im? of the venison-. • j|r. and Mrs, A. H, MgJn^r and Mr- and. Mrs. R, & Kaufefey a B d K>fl> and 4OOA M&tawr, 9^f(9d», had ThanksgiYlnfir dlnoer at tefWards they went on to Fort Dodge to spend the rest of the day. The following relatives were en- terteined for Thanksgiving dinner at Mrs. George Koestiers: the Jl.n Chrlstonsen and Qcorgc Koestler, Jr., families, Mrs. Bertha Koeatler and her sorr, Arnold and family of Fairmont, Minn,, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz of Titonka and the Rev. and Mrs. L, Rlchmnn and their daughters. Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder, of Houston, Texas, arrived Wednesday evening for a short visit at the home of John's parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Schroeder. Other Thanks- gfwtef gtiettl at the Schfoedcr home included the R. A. Bartletts of Sibley, the J. W. Hartmana of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook, MHtort and Phyllis MoBfldc, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Koilasch. Edward Paine, Omaha, Neb., v.'«- Ited from Tuesday to Thursday evening at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. ft. Patne. Edward is to report at Tulsa, Okla., for an examination preliminary to being inducted into the army. Other Thanksgiving guests at the Paine home were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sill and Edna' Mae and Mr. and ,Mrs. Chester Sill and Jandyce. Delinquent Tax List The following In a true nnd correct list cf oil lander nnd town lots In Knssuth County, Iowa, on whlcu the taxes for the yenr 1941 and previous yean are due nnd unpaid MB nppoars from the Rcvprfi) tax Il«t8 In my office. Notice IB hereby given that unless the taxes, Iniorost, and conts are sooner pnld, the following described lands and town lota or so tnmh thereof an <* nec<!ssnr.v tn pd.v the mild tax, Interest and cost thereon, will be sold at the County TronmircrB office In Algnna, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the first Monday In DfL'iitnber, A. D., 1942 between tlie hours of 10 o'clock A. M. nnd 4 o'clock P. M. of mild <luv until nil of paid lands nnd town lots Imve been offered for snle. In nil cnnes where there are existing delinquent taxes other tbnn for the yenr shown, tmiiie having previously been offered for nnle but rcinnlnlng unpaid and unsold, this fact Is Indicated by an nuterlsk (') preceding the description. C. W. PEARSON Treasurer of KoBBUtb County lown ALOONA DISTRICT NO. 1 ORIGINAL PI AT 1'iirl of Ken. or Sec. Twp. Acres Yenr Names of Town. ,Ad(l or or and Sold Owners Sub.-Div. Lot. Blk. Rug. IQOtbB For Tax Int. Costa Total 1941 $ 30.30 .82 .30 $ 37.42 ' Tlios. Henderson 6 3 John W. Holm .1 5 Haze] Harrison NH 1 8 Lucille M Hnyden ,... S',4 1 8 Nola Schmidt 2 14 MUthlldo niRtau .... 8% 6 1C Mntblldn Rlntan .... 814 0 1C Mathilda Rlstau SV4 7 1C Mathilda Rlstau 8% 8 115 Addle F Gingrich ct nl .. 5 10 Hazel D Forbes 5 ; 17 Walter H Klnmp W 2-3 15 24 Agnes Tlbbett* C 30 H A Remkor W2-3 lot 2 nnd K .1-3 3 31 Otto Nelson 1 35 Otto Nelson 2 35 Mnrle Ileldhc et al .... 1 40 Hugh W Post B 53 Hugh W Post 0 53 Hugh W Pont N% 1 54 D K Cook 8& of lot 7 & 8 55 Elsie B Klce 1 67 Elmer J Kelly 7-8 87 John Williams 1 62 John Williams : 2 82 Knte Wagner ft 71 Maggie Cauglilln et al NW 4 81 Tlioo L Larson 5 81 I'nul & Minnie Fechner NV4 5 82 Marie Shnckelf ord 5 88 RESERVATION NON. Frnnk & Sarah Dltawortb all of lot 7 and mi of 8 1 Sylvia Limning et al EVi W»/j 8'/4 11 1 Geo M HofluH N% 12 1 Geo M. HoflUB ..H%8% 12 1 Minnie Gratters 0 3 Marie Shackelford W 10 rods ex 6fl'x32 > NW Cor 13 5 Marie Shackelford W 16 rods 14 S Marie Sbackclford aO'xl32' In NW corner 13 1941 8.42 .12 M ' 6.84 1941 10.84 .49 .30 11.63 1941 3.79 .09 .30 4.18 1941 2.71 .12 .30 3.13 lfl»l .58 .03 .30 .91 1941 .58 .03 .30 .91 1941 .58 .03 -TO .91 1941 23.93 1.08 .30 2G.31 1941 13.72 .02 .30 14.04 1941 16.17 .88 .30 16.15 1941 270.9112.10 .30 283.40 1941 17.61 .39 .30 18.20 1941 2.00 .14 .30 2.44 1941 2.60 .12 .30 3.02 1941 10.67 .48 .30 11.45 1941 02.31 1.40 .30 04.01 1941 29.18 .60 .30 30,14 1941 21.07 .49 .30 22.48 1941 29.80 .67 .30 30.77 1941 19.51 .83 .30 20.69 1941 44.51 2.00 .30 40.81 1941 14.01 .83 .30 10.94 1941 10.84 .49 JO 11.63 1941 l.OS .05 .30 1.43 1941 14.59 .33 .30 15.22 1941 26.20 1.18 .30 27.74 1941 27.09 1.22 .30 28.01 1941 13.54 .30 .30 14.14 1941 5,83 .13 M 0.20 1 1941 39.55 1.78, .30 41.63 1041 1941 1941 1941 1941 24.92 .DO 1.16 .03 G.36 .14 27.11 1.22 .30 .30 JO .30 25.78 1.49 0.80 28.03 1058 .37 .30 10.92 1941 10.10 .23 .30 Arnold W Blbert lots.... 1-2 Arnold W Elbert lots ..3-4 John W Scholtos 1 John W Scbolteg E of By 2 R J & Mae Harrington N% of 5-0 R J & Mae Harrington 8% of 6-6 Frank A Smith 5 Francis Btebrltz 8 Arnold F Schmidt (*) lotsl-2 Wilfred Johnson 2 Bert B Baldwin 3 Juliana Volt 7 W T Daughan W& lot 3 nnd E 17' 4 Arloulse Leaneagh 7 CALLS ADI! 91 91 128 128 129 129 150 150 210 217 217 220 225 233 Earl B Miller W% ....10-11 W W Baldwin lots 1-2-3 Frank Becker 4 Clinton and Myrtle Lighter N% 6 M Josooli Bradley 8%.. 5 CALLS THIRD ADD 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 I 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 C.42 .12 .30 12.49 4.67 10.25 21.67 .50 .21 .37 .49 .30 .30 .30 .30 1.35 .00 .30 16,21 1.35 3.47 9.11 9.00 17.55 .08 .00 .10 .62 .41 .79 CALLS PARK ADD Chns Hanson .18-19 2 1941 P J Wuldron N% 30 2 ' 1941 RESERVATION NO. 2 Mrs Helen Yonness (•) nil lot 2 and N 1 rod of 32.51 1.40 19.55 .44 25.44 1.14 .'17.94 1.71 .16.98 1.G2 1JO .06 48.CT 2.20 24.43 .55 .03 .02 35.22 1.58 JO .30 .30 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 JO .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 10.69 5.84 13.3S 5.18 16.92 22.46 1.71 16.19 1.71 3.93 10.33 9.76 18.04 34.27 20.29 20.88 39.D5 37.1)0 1.66 51.37 25.28 -1.25 37.10 Dubuque Fire and Marine Ins Co 9-10 Paul A Danson 4 CALLS Harvey Reid 10 Hugh McMahon W%NH 4 Laura Ilolcamp (•) 9 Margaret Brayton begin 75' S of NE corner lot 3 then W 132' S 00' E 132' N to begin 3 Anna Falkcnlmlncr ct al 3 STACYS ADD 1 1941 2 1941 STATE STREET ADD 238 1941 CALLS AVB. ADD 240 1941 240 1941 1941 45.11 3.00 .60 48.77 4.33 .19 2a82 1.30 .30 .30 4.82 30.42 22.70 .51 .30 23.56 3.08 .17 C5..I10 4.43 240 243 UNPLATTED 1941 1941 4.00 5.42 .18 .24 .:» .00 .30 .30 4.15 70.39 4.57 S.tHS 1941 1941 Grace Blunchard E% lot 0 Aud plat NEV4 SB% 2.96 29 Louisa Hauck E>/i lot 11 Aud plat NEV4 8EV4 2 95 29 LeRoy nnd Susan Crapser Lot 2 Aud plat 8E% NEW U 95 29 Henry Lltcher N 8 rods E 12 rods S 10 rods lot 6 Aud plat SEV4 NEW 11 96 29 J I Merryman lot 7 Aud plat SEH NEW ex. B 61 rods U 96 29 Gertrude S Good begin 2 rods W and 7 rods S of SW corner Blk 77 S 4 rods E 10- rods N 4 rods W to begin and begin 2 rods W and 14 rods S of SW corner Blk 77 S 34 rods E 10 rods N 34 rods W to begin 11 95 LUTE A. T. 8TACY8 ADI) Geraldlne Cook 4 1 1941 Donald & Arlene ChrlHtensen 3 2 1941 OAK PARK ADD Ida May Harris 9 10 1941 Katbryn Lnsbrook ....54-65 66 1941 HILL CRK8T ADD II M Colwell 23-24 1 1941 11.07 .20 .30 12.23 1941 43.392.86 .30 66.64 1941 11.07 .26 .30 12.23 17.22 .77 .30 18.29 1941 68.30 2.63 .30 C1.2S 1941 36:02 .1.68 JO 30:90 17.34 4.79 10.25 21.89 .78 .30 .80 .30 .30 ALGONA INC. DISTRICT NO. 2 CALLS ADD 4.33 .10 .30 L A Hyde 1 49 Jerry Myers 3-4 72 Jerry Myers , 5-6 72 Mary Joslyn et al 6-7-8 89 Albertina Thlel 3-4 100 R A Igou 1 130 M & St P Ry 5-0 149 M & tit P Ry 7-8 149 Anna end Verne Scobba 162 B E Itist 234 BANCROFT INC. American Yoemau N 30' 1 4 Tabu J Bergman 3 4 Mary Relbb and Loretta Hubbard 10 8 1941 1941 1941 1941 Ifrtl 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 .89 13.97 3.36 2.46 11.96 13.90 4.42 2.44 10.66 .04 .63 .16 .11 .27 .63 .20 .11 .48 ORIGINAL PLAT 111.78 6.03 1941 1941 1941 4.26 .29 21.60 1.01 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 18.4! 5.3 23.1 4.73 1.2S 14.9C 3.80 2.87 12.53 14.S 4.9 1 2.85 11.34 117.11 4.85 22.81 9 Martha Boyken .......... Hnttlft Welsbrod et nl lots 11-12-1,1-14 ..... ........ 15 2 .. 1 H H Wlddel B 48' of N 19' of N'4 .............. S H II Wlddp) E 48' of S'A lot 9 ex. beg NB corner B'A ' TEUTON ORIGINAL PLAT ..... Thompson Yds Jnc Sylvestor !» H 4'0" W 12'10" N4'0" E to begin ..(•) 9 Lizzie Scon et al ...... 11 1941 1941 1941 1941 1041 1941 1941 7.91 .36 .30 16.70 6.40 3.90 .36 .29 .18 JO JO JO 2.79 .00 .30 6.88 3.48 .72 .16 .60 JO Wllbert Hollorf WK8TKRN TOW'N LOT CO. let ADD ....10-11-12 8 1941 9.89 ^.22 .30 Martha Boy ken ..........7-8 9 1941 55.832.51 .30 WESTERN TOWN LOT CO. PART OF OUT LOT C. Herman G Holm (*) Chan J Spies Agnes & M n Prlngle ____ 10 Agnes & M IJ Prlnglc.... 11 Agnes A M B Pringle ____ 12 W F Klenlt* .... ........ 17 B Enncn ................ 11 14 ..5-6 18 LAKOTA ORIGINAL Dols Ukena O L W75' of E'/4 3 3 3 7 11 FIRST ADD 1941 1941 PLAT 1941 1041 1941 1941 1941 40.70 3.90 27.91 .63 11.36 11.37 2.47 .26 .28 .02 23.04 1.66 117.16 5.49 .60 .30 JO .30 .30 JO JO 8.67 16.35 6.99 4.44 3.16 7.20 3.94 10.41 68.64 45.20 28.84 11.92 11.93 2.79 24.90 122.94 » Herman Wlrtjes E76' of O Ii 1941 38.40 2.59 .30 41.29 1941 30.00 2.43 ,30 38.73 BOUHKE8 RUB. DIV OF O. L. 0-11 Anna M W Bauman W W 1 28 1941 43.73 .98 .30 45.01 LONE ROCK INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Anna Schultz 0 1 1941 20,95 .94 .30 22.19 C B Sigsbee 16 1 1941 9.52 .43 .30 10.25 W. T. LOT CO'S. PLAT of O. L. C. as BLKS 9-10 Em ran C Gladstone B50' N138 1 of O L "A" 1941 11.91 .54 .30 12.76 LKDYARD INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Wm Hllferty 4 2 1941 10.40 .47 .SO 11.17 W. T.' LOT CO'S. SUB. DIV. of PART of O L C R & G John Steinberg 12 10 W E Wlemer 10 10 LU VBRNH INC. Fred & Minnie Hagcet lots 1-2-3 1 Wllhelm Tlede 4 2 1941 2.09 .00 1941 3.45 .16 ORIGINAL PLAT Fred & Minnie Hnglst ....1-2 Paul A D . . Albert Schneider Anna J Smith Fechner ,,. f 11 Bartis (•) 8 (•) Nellie Ward Hegen B 100' Dora N Corbin 1 Mnry Wagner 2 Dalnle Gregory 2 J 8 Schultz a tract 22'xOO' in SW corner 7 Chas W Patterson Ex a tract 22'x60' In 8W cor(«)7 Peter Hopman (•) 7-8 Eugenie E Robertson et al Ex 8 170' ..., 1 Eunice Meyer 3 9 6 1 7 8 8 7,OBLLER lot ADD 4 5 5 6 ZOBLLES 3rd ADD 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1041 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1V41 8.10 .19 50.25 2.20 12,79 .29 10.34 .47 98.08 9.20 89.84 8.84 13.24 .00 12.41 .50 43.38 2.93 10.13 .46 1.28 .06 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .00 .30 .30 -30 .30 .30 2.29 .05 .30 22.19 2.40 26.23 2.27 .60 .00 Mary Wcgner N 70' (•) Mary Wegner Bx gartner tract T. L. Williams EGGERTHS ADD 3 4 1941 1940 1941 9.13 .21 .30 8.20 1.12 1.99 .23 .60 .60 Baum ' 4 1941 1.03 .05 .00 JUU VERNE INC. BLISS ADDITION 3.05 3.91 8.89 52.81 13.38 11.11 108.84 99.28 14,14 13.27 40.59 10.89 1.04 2.64 25.26 2U.10 9.04 9.98 2.82 1.68 4 19H WHITMAN'S ADDITION 16.45 .74 .30 17.49 Harold and Kathleen Meyers.. 12 10 James Johnson * 8 11 Kred and Minnie Hagist, w 10 rods lot 1 SEW SWV4 31 94 27 C, C. Anderson, all ex. 65 ft. of BU of 280 ft. lot 1941 1941 1941 1.09 49.67 .02 C.40 .30 .60 2.74 .12 .30 1.41 55.67 3.16 31 94 27 LU VBRNK INC., DISTRICT NO. 2 Klda Wegner, 5 a. In SW cor lot 1 N% NW>4 31 94 27 1941 9.63 LU VERNE INC. AGRICULTURAL LANDS 1941 46.68 2.06 .30 46.04 .43 .30 10.36 Elda Wcgner, lot 2 N',4 NWW 31 94 27 W41 17.60 .79 30 18 C9 A. D. Burtis, w. 40.8 a. WU SW'4 ex. lot 1 and Baker tract and ex. beg. at pt. 20 ft. s. of n. e. cor. of the w. 43.8 a. of W% SWU ex. lot 1, a 30 rds., w. 16 rds. n. 30 rods, e. to beg. 31 94 27 A. D. Burtis, ex. com. nnd R'y In NE% .. » 31 94 27 TITONKA INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Wm. Mayland, W^£ of 7 and W% * 8 4 1941 7.76 .70 .CO 9.06 Herman S. Gabel, e. 33 ft. lots *1 and 2 15 1941 67.88 6.13 .00 74.« HILiL'S AND HALL'S ADDITION Harm Daniels ___;. 7 and 8 1 1941 27.44 1.23 .30 2S.9 WAT'S ADDITION HARRISON TOWNSHIP DISTRICT Mary C- Ooebel, SBM 8W%.. 26 99 29 87,12 1?41 Mary C. Goebel, BWC BBul. 28 99 29 98.00 1941 41.4 1WB>TCITT IND. HARRISON John Q. Hagluml, N% SBy S 99 29 79.00 1941 126.74 6.M .M lfl.9 Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., mvy SO 99 29 136.86 1941 196.W 8.7» .*> Metropolitan LIf<; In*. Co., 32 99 29 166.00 1941 866.69 Julius JullUB HE8JRON TOWNSHIP 79.00 1941 1941 Nlmz, W«A HEU 9 100 27 79.00 Nlmz, NiA NWU 18100 27 77.00 PL/AT OF STEVENS. HEBRON .90 36.16 .81 .30 Sfo.16 sn.n Peter Miller 13 2 Peter Miller 14 2 Ed Slmscr 7 2 Ed Simscr .. 18 ?, Henry Zings 7 3 TOWNSHIP 1941 6.40 .24 .30 1941 4.66 .20 .30 1940 .27 .04 .60 1940 .27 .04 .GO 1940 .39 .05 .60 IRVINGTCW TOWNBlHIP SUB 8MB .ft .91 1.M Linda Cunningham, 8% NWy 28 95 28 79.00 1941 33.17 1.49 .30 84.98 SBXTON 1940 1941 * mi Carl Markel, m. 1/3 10 1 M. B. Qulnn "II... H 1 Kmly D. Bpencer, p. 1/3 of 1, al) of 2, m. 1/3 of 4 and s. 2/3 6 IRVINGTON STATION I. F. Asa, lots 7 and 8 4 1941 Clifford Miner . 21 5 1941 Katie Chllton, part of O. L. 6 1911 AIJGONA IND. IRVIWOTON Frank A. Russell, all that part of NEW SEi/ lying n. of center of H'y No. '055 ... IS 95 28 1941 LINCOLN TWP. Annie Furpl Tclcomp Kv>Vt 0 99 27 142.27 1941 Jas. W. Strand \V'A Nw<4 32 99 27 78.00 1941 LRDYARD IND. LEDYARD .30 2.97 .01 .07 .00 .30 .9* 3,84 2.S* .16 .W 3.3ft 11.18 3.00 1.19 .16 82.51 40.48 .50 .07 .OR .190 .30 .30" .30 3.73 .30 1.05 ,.10 11.98 3.43 1.64 SG.64 47.8S Aetna Life Tns. Co., ReM "6 99 H. V. Koestler Sw% 10 99 Angle Hubbard Nw'/4 Ne',4 ex ry 20 99 LAKOTA Hoy Hanna, a tract of land 79.00 1941 156.00 1941 41.28 179.98 1.8« .30 8.10 .30 43,44 138.38 28 36.41 1941 13.92' IND. LEDYARD .64 .30 ]6.t« lying n Ne cor Nw'i Ne<4 24 99 28 .18 1941 LOTTS CREEK TWP. P. L. Stalnbrook B% Sw'433 96 30 68.89 1941 PLUM CREEK TWP. Claude and Kenneth Seely, N}£ Se'4 Ne J 4 & Sw^4 Ne*4 * and 1A Se cor. Ne«4 NeW and E% Nw</i Claude and Kenneth Seely W% Se'4 Jewell M. Larson 8% Se>4 8.40 .38 .30 9.0S 13.20 .30 .30 13.80 8 98 28 140.50 1941 31.48 .71 .30 32.49 n 8% S n W% R Jewell M. Larso Northwestern Mut. Ins. Co., Sw'4 ex Ne<4 9 . Life 1A 96 96 96 28 28 28 80.00 1941 77.00 1941 77.00 1941 15 Agnes Seely ...... NW& 16 Clyde and Howard Lunberry ............... .Sw'4 16 Agnes Seely ,.N% Ne'4 17 F. R. Gardner, Ne% ox Rlst tract and ry ...... 19 F. R. Gardner, S% Nw!4 96 96 28 28 96 28 90 28 152:60 1941 156.00 1941 158.00 194} 79.00 1941 12.73 15.29 36.76 71,00 56.38 51187 8.56 .29 .30 .34 .30 .83 .30 1.01 .30 1.27 .30 1.17 »30 .19 .30 13.8S 15,91 37.8$ 73.5) G7.9B 53.3)1 9.0S and Se'4 ex ry 96. 28 142.88 1941 C3.04 1.42 .30 64.71 19 96 28 149.38 1941 52.99 1.19 .30 64.48 4.061941 ?.53 1941 97 28 168.00 1941 33.72 147.77 109.14 97 28 153.00 1941 01.62 1.16 .30 52.9S 97 28 1E1.7B 19411 108.70 4.80 .30 113.89 7.69 1940 1941 88.61 3.99 .30 92.9C 1941 322.35 30.53 .60 353.48 J. F. Fisher ____________ 5 and 6 20 Ellert D. Boykcn _______ 6 and 6 23 Wm. Mayland Wm. Mayland Edith M. Falk Kdith and Helen Falk _ S 1 25 8 25 1 27 27 Harry SWEA CITY. Fechter 17 1941 1W1 1941 J941 1941 3941 _____ Mildred Peterson .."""III* 16 11 Mildred Peterson *I3% 17 11 Anna M. Berg ____ "III... N% 5 13 Anna M. Berg _________ ^..N'Xj 6 13 Mary J. Seylar ____________ S% 5 13 Mary J. Seylar ____________ S% 6 13 ORIGINAL PLAT 7 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 1941 16.61 27.69 13.S6 1.8o 32.31 1.92 8.13 4.73 2.30 1.36 1.37 1.37 1.36 .70 1 25 .62 .OS t.45 .09 .39 .39 .19 .06 .00 .06 .06 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .00 .60 .30 .30 .30 17.« 14.7 2.2 34.01 2.3 8.82 5.7 3.1 1.7 1. J.7 i: SWEA CITY. RICHMOND'S 4TH ADDITION George J. Cassenr, lot 30 and w. 20 ft. 31 23 1941 13.87 .31 .30 14.4 SIWBA CITY. HOWAiRD'S 1ST ADDITION Carl and Fred Anderson, EU. 2 5 1941 .61 .04 .30 SWEA CITY. DOURTE'S ADDITION H. Larson, lots 13 and 22 Inc. 4 1941 9.52 P. A. Danson et al, lots 6 and 7 6 1941 1.47 Henry Fisher, lots 12-13-14-15-16 17 6 1941 Louia M. Hauptman, Vee Mullin, ex. a. 70 ft"...TI» Frances and Louise Kunz, BU WESLE1Y INC. Sidney Lloyd et nl, EV4 and NWi4 ._ 1 Margaret Benton, W% B% W% 1 WESLEY INC. ORIGINAL PLAT. 5.36 .45 .07 .25 27 1941 28.64 28 1941 36.41 34 1941 19.25 CALL'S ADDITION. 1941 1941 57.28 21.06 .64 3.29 .87 .95 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .30 .30 .30 10.1' 1.S 5.9 29.58 40.3C 20.4 00.1 , .... „ .„ WESLEY INC. WAY'S SUB. DIV. LOT 4, BLK. 3, CALL'S ADDITION — Wm. Doerr Wm. Doerr ~~~~.,11 5 Wm. Doerr : 6 Wm. Doerr 7 1941 1941 1941 1941 29.85 WESMHY INC. COLBY'S ADDITION Sidney and Richard Lloyd, EU lot 3 and all of 42 1941 24.24 Sidney and Richard Lloyd 4 1941 4.41 .04 1.31 M .04 1.09 .20 -30 .30 .30 ..10 .30 .30 1.22 31.4 1.22 1.2. B Tales 1 B Tnles 2 H K Thles 3 Jouls Noren 15 Louis Noron 10 W. T. LOT GO'S FIH8T ADD 20.09 1.20 .30 27.68 18 18 18 22 22 CALLS ADD 12.02 .54 .30 12.86 .96 .04 .30 1.30 .96 M .30 1.30 M .02 .30 .80 5.69 .25 .30 6.14 1041 17.39 1.59 .00 19.58 1941 1941 1941 1941 Albert Culter (•) ...... Arnold Delperdlng begin NW corner lot 15 Blk 2 W 80' S 150' E80' N to begin 1041 8.01 .30 30 BANCROFT INC. MOREHOU8ES 1st AUD F Bellnsky ....10 1 1941 .28 .02 A J Haoe ......(») U 1 1941 2.2? .80 MORHOUSES 2nd ADD Alice Andersoq NW O L 8 1941 8.04 .18 Ben H & Bena denies O L 9 1941 10.67 .47 Ben H & Bena Gerdes O L 10 1941 1.56 .09 .30 .80 .30 .30 . MOKIIOUSK8 SUB. DIV. of 0. L. J-2-3 & 4 MORHOC8E8 2nd Add 'bus Pearson et al SH.. 8 3 1941 .15 ,01 .30 has Pearson et al .... 9 3 i 1941 .80 M M AUDITOR'S PLAT SB Vi WW SBO. 24-98-29 Robert M Jones .......... 9 * i ~ 1W1 .80 CALLS THIRD ADD Wm McCowteu .......... 1? 0 1941 ' 1.88 .0! JOHN. A. WINKELS SUE Clement 6 1941 Bl HT INC. OBIGISAL I»MT .07 8.67 .57 3.03 8.62 11.44 1.94 .40 .n .07 1.75 DIV, p* 8*.3 <* •OW^g««. ljjjp.%, V ft V B Scbroeder.... 7 0 V * VB Bcbroeder .... 8 " P Stalobrook ... ..... 24 J941 1941 1W1 4fl.061.04 48.00 1.04 6.13 .12 40.43 -81 s B^inhart N 76' .. 4 8 * MICHOL80N8 Sad ADD M Slieldon M. 1-3 ? V w 10.23 1.15 .23 .03 JSO .30 .90 47.40 47.40 IM* 41.64 10.70 1.48 BUELL8 Ma @ Nefy?0o .,..,..,.. }2 obn Murray 4 obn Murray ,. 5 § 8PB. 40ttta Uenbwger 9 <ottle I«epBer|;er ,. 3 .otUe Uenberge? N 75' ,, 1 Hottia. Scbroeder 8 '"' •* 23.66 1.08 JO .29 .or .07 .30 .30 .30 }8.79 1.67 1.67 17.80 8.18 37 .80 8.07 .14 JO 87.87 1.70 J» 14,39 .32 .30 1.94 1WW .8.85 3.61 38.87 16.01 WBSLET INC. WAY ANiD BARRETT'S OCKLiLEGlE ADDITION Harry Mathahs, lt» 10, 11, and 12 1 Etta and Harry Braley, Its 9 & 10 2 Evelyn Braloy ...Its 11 and 12 2 Mcfta Katherlne Skuw, c 5 a. SWV NB% 35 90 27 1941 1941 1941 14.44 11.01 48.13 .32 .26 2.17 .30 .30 .30 25.6 4.9 15.06 11.6 50.CC V W mi 38.50 1.73 .30 40.53 INCORP. AGRICULTURAL LANDS Mathilda Johnson, 24x32 rds. beg. at ne cor. of Way's & Barrett's College Add. 35 96 27 1941 44.64 3.01 .30 47.9j WHITTEMORE INCORP. Frank L. Eiler et al . 34 Grace Kehoe et al, N22 ft 7 4 Robert W. Wolver 11 6 Robert W. Wolver 12 & WHITTEMORE INCORP. Annette Wegner, lots 5 and 6 1 Clark B. Holdrldge, lots 7 and 8 S Wm, Roeber, lots 13-14-15 and 16 3 Aug. Vaudt, lota 3 and 4 4 James and Lorena McColley, e 118.77 a. BUFFALO TOWNSHIP CONS. 1941 10.33 .46 .30 ll.OS 1941 .94 .04 .30 1.2f 1941 22,54 1.01 .30 23.K5 1941 22.54 1.01 .30 23.85 HIOHLAWN ADDITION 1941 1.88 .08 .30 2.2 1941 1.8S .OS .30 1941 18.86 .85 .30 2 1941 1.88 .OS .30 2.2 Alfred Peterson, John Thul, SW\J ____________ 8 S» 29 Jos. Rahn, lot 9 Gov. lot ______ 4 95 29 9 97 27 112.77 1941 BURT TOWNSHIP SWti 33 97 29 77.00 1941 LONE ROOK IND. BURT Anna Sharp, SEW '— 18 97 29 155.58 1941 CRESCO TOWNSHIP 156.00 1941 1.00 1941 ALUONA IND. CWESCO Agnes R. Stott et al, gov. lot 5 and SW>4 SEU exp. pts. s. of H'y and 3.3 a. NW cor. Uov. lot 6 10 95 29 76.22 1941 Clark Orton, E^ s. 40 a. lot 6 lying n. and w. of H'y & e, 2 a. WU of s. 40 a. G. L. 6 10 95 29 12.00 1941 ALQONA IND. CRB8CO 117.28 5.29 .30 122.87 12.73 .29 .30 13.32 107.89 2.43 .30 110.62 77.09 1.73 .02 .30 .30 79.12 .87 32.39 .73 ,30 33.42 18.81 .86 .30 1996 Clark Orton, G. L. 9 NW of H'y 11 ^5 29 8.00 19« 7.70 .35 .30 8.36 Plney Woods Country School, ex. la., e. 16 a. Gov. Lot 6 11 95 29 14.00 1941 19.94 .90 .30 2114 Memorial Park Inc., n. 800 ft. of nil of that part NW>4 SWu Sec. 12 lying w. of C. & N. R'y through and across section, contain. 13.95 acres 12 86 29 13.70 1940 EAGLE TOWNSHIP 2696 3.7V .30 30.96 Metropollan Life Ins. Co., « Metropolitan Life Ina. Co., NWU A. M. Li 8 100 30 77.48 l&il 42.65 1.91 .30 44.76 , indholm, ' 77.00 1941 40.00 1941 17 100 30 NW%. 21 100 30 PBNTON TOWNSHIP Bernard and Laura Schmidt, ., NWU ,! , 25 97 30 71.20 .1941 Bernard and Laura Schmidt, >K NE% .. 26 97 80 39.BO 184} LONE ROCK TO'D. PBNTON Metropolitan Life In*. Co., BU 29.81 2.97 1.34 .30 .30 69.28 31.45 97.31 G.09 .30 102.70 16.26 1.10 ,30 17,65 SE and N'B Conrad J. Schmidt, "ohn Faber, 0BU, arfm.l..,.:: 2 97 SO 76.60 19U QARFJELD TOWNSHIP 51.16 2.30 .36 53-75 94 80 26 84 SO 166.00 1941 156.09 1941 Louis Balgeman, Wright's add. 3BNB CONS. GARPIBLO 60.06 98,32 1.13 4.42 .30 .90 6L49 103-04 Its 6, 7 ba». B. ana Mary" Thatcher, Wrlsbt's »<|d sx. Wf 17 ft. lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 Chas. B. and Mary Thatcher, Wright's add. ex. w. 17 ft 8 1 1941 11.64 .26 .39 1941 8.11 or», & «. i Wm. Mayland, 4 1941 ... ,. ..' TOWNSHIP „._„ «! «8 «7 " ....-.'.:; » «« a NB«.._,, as «s 08»Slt.t. . CI»rl«toMel, r Ti twcnn SWH 9WU be». at »'point 3 rds. o. qf SJW cor. of Sec., thence n. 31 rods, e.. par. with s. line of said Seq., 10. ]» I. 81 rdj. and W. to beg. 22 100 2» Clark Boyce, BU NEW. 30 MO 18 ~ Drevy, on7«/ '«'•*•« UIA oa F. R. Gardner, 5.05 A W of Hy Sw'4 Nw<4 20 96 28 Ivan Long N ll% rds. of that part of Se'4 SwV4 lying B of Ry 30 96 28 ALGONA IND. PLUM CREEK Martin F. Kaln NcM-. 31 96 28 156.00 1941 »02»72 Martin F. Kaln Nw»4 B of Hy 31 96 28 ' 32.88 194* PORTLAND TWP. Josle Thompson 8% Se?4 22 97 28 77.00 1941 Louise Larson Ne'4 25 97 28 1B6.00 1941 LoulBo Larson ....Nw'4 25 E. O. and I* M. Mann Sw'4 ex 1A S. H. 27 Christian and Ruth Wilson Hollo Ne% 36 PRAIRIE TWP. Anna Weaver Lots 3 and 4 W% Nw'4 6 95 27 Ma rand Feratl. W% Ne>4 and SeVj Ne>4 10 95 27 118.00 1941 ST. BENEDICT Joseph Tlahm ....4-5 and 13 8 1941 CORWITH IND. PRAIRIE Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. Nw'4 25 95 27 RAMSAY TWP. Northwestern Mut. Lite Ins. Co Sw ^1 9 Mary, Louise and James Joslyn, That part of WV4 Ne% lying N and W of line from Sw cor to Ne cor cont. 40A 11 Mary, Louise and James Joslyn E'4 Nw% 11 Mary. Louise and James Joslyl N'4, Sw'4 11 Arthur and Minnie Ringland E% NwU 29 1.17 .03.30 .88 .02.30 l.W 1.201 3.CO .34 166.6R 57.4? 1.29 13» S9.0C 1.62 .30 6.65 .30 4.91 .30 36.64 190.2$ 114.85 1.09 .23 .30 2.22 31.81 .72 .30 32.83 .60 .03 .30 .93 98 28 RIVERDALB TWP. Jewell M. Patterson NwVi 1 94 29 157.82 1941 Jewell M. Patterson Sw^ 1 94 29 155.29 1941 SBN9CA TWP. CONS. Mary A.. Louise A. and James F. Joslyn, SwVi ex 17.55 A In B'/4 Sw^i to Kossuth Co 9 Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. NeV4 10 1*. J. Warren, S% Se}£ Sw'4 13 F. J. Warren Sw'4 Swy 13 Alfred B. and Chos. O. Jacobson S% SC'4 18 Alfred B. aiid Chas. O. Jacobson Ne% 19 Alfred B. and Chas. O. Jacobson Nw'4 20 P. J. Warren ..N% '4w'4 24 I'. J. Warren By* SwVi 24 I'. J. Warren Sw'4 NwVS 24 John Farley SwVi 27 John Farley ..W% Nw'4 27 Lester T. Jensen 8% Nw^ 34 Lester T. Jensen . .SwU 34 1941 213.49 9.61 .30 223.40 98 28 156.00 1941 42.32 .95 .30 43.5T 9° 28 39.00 1941. 28.07 .65 .30 29.93 98 28 19.00 1941' 32.61 .73 .30: 33.84 98 28 79.001 1041' 41.20 .93 .30 42.41 78.79 1941 143j2G 6.46 .30 150.0* 81.42 93.46 3.CO .30 4.21 .30 85.38 97.9t 98 30 139.00 1941 91.93 2.07 .30 94.50 98 30 '' 158.00 1941 263.23 11.85 .30 275.38 98 98 30 30 19.00 1941 38.00 1941 11.50 23.00 .26 .30 .62 .30 12.0< 23.82 98 30 76.04 19-11 98.36 4.43 .30 103.0S 98 30 147.27 1941 215i94 9.72 .80 225.9S 98 98 98 98 98 88 98 98 36 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 152.90 1941 77.50 1941 79.00 1941 39.00 1941 156.00 1941 77.00 1741 74.80 1941 156.00 1941 SHERMAN TWP. Sw'4 15 94 28 156.00 1941 LUVERNE IND. SHERMAN D. Burtis SwVi NeVl 36 94 28 40.00 1941 D. Burtis Se& 36 94 28 156.00 1941 SPRINGFIELD TWP. L. Joslyn Se*4 25 100 28 156.00 1941 SWEA TWP. 39.00 1941 197.84 67.43 61.10 25.23 244.71 11.01 .30 99.62 4.48 .30 48.39 91.10 8.90 .30 1.62 .30 1.16 .30 .57 .30 1.09 .30 2.06 .30 207.04 69.2E 62.6S 26.10 266.02 101.40 49.78 93.45 Harold Nlelson W. Ole L. Johnson Nw>4 Sw',4 4 99 30 93.77 4.22 .30, 98.29 74.90 3.87 .30 309.00 13.91 .30' 78.67 323.21 Detmer Thompson NeVl NwH Se>4 10A In Sw cor Nw'xi Ne% and the W 16% ft. of Nw'4 Ne% 10 99 30 88.53 1941 Ramus Madison W% Se'4 29 99 BO 79.00 1941 Travelers Ins. Co. Ne% 32 99 30 '15600 1941 Travelers Ins. Co. NwU ex 1A S. H. 32 99 30 155.00 194V Travelers Ins. Co., Sw% 32 99 30 156.00 1941 Travelers Ins. Co., 8«3 32 99 30 166.00 1941 . ... SWEA CITY IND. SWBA Arthur E. Anderson, Nwt4 NwW 14 99 30 38.00 1941 Johr Geerdes Se^ 25 99 BO 166.00 1941 T „ „ UNION TWP. J- K. Hanson Nw% 2 96 29 117.261941 Hugb McMahon S% NeM 8 96 29 79.00 1941 Alfred Schenck, N 2.56A of S 4.50 A BeVI Nw% 24 96 29 64.2G 1.45 .30 66.01 21.25 .96 .30 22.61. 80.29 17.17 1129.93 B 29.10 906.01 12V.93 I 3,«1 .30" S4;20- .39 .30 17.86 5.85 .30 136.08. 5.81 .30 4.77 .30 GJ5 .30 27.00 .61 .30 244.83 11.02 .30 , „ „ . J. F. Schoby Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 2.66 1941 ALGONA IND. UNION 34 96 29 153.46 1941 WESLEY TWP. 56.66 13.28 .09 1.27 .30 .30 .30 .30 135.21' 111.08: 136.08: 27.91' 256,1K 58.2* 13.86 .39 161.06 3.60 .30 164.98 Metropolitan Life'Ins. Co. " " Nw'4 ex 1 A S H 25 9« 27 37.00 1941 w , T., » „ WHITTEMORB TWP. Fred Wagr.er Sw% Sw% ex • 11.85A to Kos. Co 9 95 30 27.28 1J41 96 27 77:00 1941 29.09 1.31 .30 30.70 26.79 , 1.21 .30 28.30 12,72 .29 .10 11.11 344,01 17.M .3* Eunice Puljock Arnold Nw%« 26 95 30 166.601941 Eunice Fullock Arnold Nwl4 • 25 95 30 156.60 1941 244.01 17,62 .60 262.28 „.„ , „ „ .. WHITTEMORE IND. WHITTEMORE Mikcl Kollasch. N 1A In Ne'4 Sw% and N 1A In Nwli Se>4 7 96 30 2.00 1941 1.69 .07 .30 1.9» _ , SCAVENGER LIST The followinu property Is subject to sale under the, provisions of .n L^P I ??,', 7 , 2B ?.' P, ode of Iowa ' 1D31 - and due to *»'* '< '* mandatory that "Public Bidder" bid same In for the County. ., W ,'' ei i P r °P er ty Is offered at a tax sale under the provisions of section No. 7266, Code af Iowa, 1931. and no bid is received, or If the bid IB less than the total amount of the delinquent general taxes. Interest and costs, the county in which eaid real estate IB located, through Its Board of Supervisors, shall bid for the said real estate a sum equal to the total amount of all delinquent general taxes, Interest, penalties, and coat* charged against wild real estate. • C. W. PEARSON, Kossuth County Treasurer. CALL'S ADD. 662 Albert Kennett' Fv'enneth Kenneth »i T Bdw. J. ALGONA INC. Keep, trustee 3 186 "1941 4.07 .66 90 BANCROFT INC. W. T. LOT CO.'S 1ST ADD. Ditsworth 1 16 1941 !.«« .23.90 Bu'swor'tn -LoVs' 16 " 19 « 22 ' 80 3 - 08 ••» 17-18-19 and 20 16 1941 6.89 97 90 BANCROFT INC. MORBHOUSB'S 1ST ADD. Schemmcl 7 2 , 1941 fl.10 .86 90 BURT INC.—BUELL'S 2ND ADD; SUB. ~~ „ Rrlgga .......... 6 S ifl^i 111 BURT INC.— W. T. L. CO'S SUB.-DIV. OF E 16 07 * T i r>, ...... L- AND REPLATS OF resale Rlebhoff, beg- a,t Ne cor of Lot 6 Hodg«on'e sul> dlv. O. L. 6 S 200" E 72 2-3' N 200' W 72 2-3' to beg.. Part of O. L. 6 com at pt. 4.4' W of pt where the W Ine of 1st st Intersects be 8 line of Elm st. thence V 8« 1-3' 8 200' E 39 1-3' N 200' to beg 2.7* 26.26 «!/&.«•, i *_..!;,„,'" 80" otVf 48V Q. L. SOO'ofNToQ'

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