Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 15
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22, 1984. u jYT^™' "I" __ it t School Concert Jgivgn KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ONA, IOWA "*r«r ln , the scchool is super- j j-ardal and Anna Ov- Program and Social Given At the Good Hope Church Good Hopo, Mar. 20 — A delighted crowd of more than too iieopto nitJtended a program and nocinl at •the Gwxl Hopo eliurcfli Friday ovonIng: vttcftl numbers, llu-ch Uobln.son; play, The Butter and EEK Womivn, directed by Florence Black In wMch characters were token by Me»r.Ui.mo« )rlln Rutledgo and Jen Soi'en- gon and Margaret and Floveiw<s Dodds, Porolhy Reid, Jjals Gardner, aimd Howard SarcheM; rending, Dorothy Frasor; wlhtalllnK number, Ars. BISlo Ld.mlenwn. HumboliU; reading, Mi-s. Malueg; playleit, Hpiit !t! by Arlo LMUmer, V. .1. Gross, rfre. Roy Sarchett, and Charles Mittag. Daughter for tlio KlmorcH — A 8%-lb. daughter named Ritith Ann was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. Slmoro Sunday March 11, the HOC- and daughter In seven Children, tho eldest beJng a daughter. — — — — - Biiby Hns Convtilsions; Bolter — Mrs. Edna Black's baby was critically rilck with convulsions Saturday nlg>hit, but Is better at Mils writing. Mrs. (Black Is working at James Holding's. «^-^— « GnthPrinB In Eiir Painful— Mrs. C. L. Dlittmer had a. painful gartihorlng In her left car last week, tire fi.ftr.M--fffo.cl »>r ;l 'lioiu-y c-old loss of hearing-. . — _ Olhcr Good Hope. The I lev. ;m,| Mrs. ,\llo.n Wun.1 wore guests of I},,, MJSKOK W!.rm>r !in<l \\hltnoy ]>„,.!_ Hundiiy sifter- TJ-, , t t i ' *>'>-\.v-iHKft.l Jl, "" ™ h ''' h w ' ho "l <">nrert .it U 10 iA] (ii-notiist, dm iv'li Tho Charles and Kennel-h n,,t- •lodBPK vtsili'd the r/nro,, Urnlcd^ at Goldfleld .Slituhiy. Tho Cl.'irenee Korhlraii.s were guests at Orlin „*" k ' w - ' jft ' < ' i - Mo^or wn.s at home from Mu.nka.to. The Arnold Sdimldls have loc-t tod In n K rovf, IMKI of u,<> Trontow farm. .Mr. Schmidt is a broVhe . (>[ Alfred Kehmldt, and will K<> out fo. work by tho day during ,o sum- mor. h u The Altl Society meets (ihi« weel- Thurwlnv wl*h Aim mill T ,T » • > ii »>iio, vv 'l 1 1 in ill ri'fiii tow, Mm. 13d w. Broesder n««i u( i n i.»i »7i..nu(.'i assisting. * H. Ijt.irl ISlliH ou.!ne Mond'iv from Snlfit T.-iUr* r™. i oiuiit JJ.XKO for severa da\- wtth M,-a. William 'Prcp-tow. (Bertha Dank-la, Hurt, J s assisting witn wall-paiicrlng at C. U Ditt mer's. " Fred Plumb i.s sick at the Kos suth hospital. s PAGE to amend House File I, Acts of the J'orty-fifth General Assembly, in extraordinary session, and approval by the governor on the Urst dny of March, 1!)34, and now on hln in (.],(, O ffi(. 0 () f ,, H , SG( ._ retary of slain, relating to tax- alinn and to exempt, certain as- sociaions from t/he provisions of said act imposing a business tax on corporations. W IT MNAirnKl) BY TIIK GEN- KHAn ASSKMBLY OF THK «TAT:E OF IOWA: twenty-nine Acts of the withers, written by - -late Mrs. G-ood- i, sang a solo, and | 0 "ltz and Elinor (Blaton i piano duet.^ ,11 JT. S. Enterlnins-7- fcm's Home Missionary [at the church Saturday I The members of the bber Circle and Home STOCKHOLDERS OF FENTON OIL COMPANY MEET Fenton, Mar. 20 — The annual tives. Warner's. Mrs. Sorenson is a niece of Mrs. Warner. The Methodist Aid met at the church Friday afternoon, and hostesses were Mesilames George BoeUcher, o. J. Ranney, John Menz, and Arthur Voight. Mr. and Mrs. Peter (Hayenga, Mrs. Harry Haase, and the latter's (laughter Shirley Mae motored to DCS Moines Friday to visit rela- Section 1. Section ,, ' °L Itousn pil(! 1. I'orty-fifth General Assembly, in extra-ordinary session, and approved by the governor on the first day of March, lfl»4, and now on mo in the office of the secretary ol:_ state, i.s amended by adding to said section twenty-nine (29), as subdivision (f), the following: "(f) Farmers' associations and fruit growers' associations, or like organizations organized and operated as sales agents for t/he purpose of marketing the products of members and turning back to them the proceeds of sales, less the noc- essary selling expense, on the basis of the quantity of produce furnished by them." Sec. 2. This act being deemed of immediate importance, shall be in full force and effect after its passage and publication in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper 'published at Algona, Iowa; and in the Indianola Record, a newspaper published at Indianola, Iowa. N. G KRASOHEL, President of the Senate. GEORGE E. MM/LEU, Speaker of the House. I iherehy certify that this Bill originated in the Senate and is known as Senate File No._326, Forty-fifth General Assembly in extraordinary (Continued from page 6) 72.60 29.45 52. S3 ir>2.03 52.88 NE'/4 __ 8 06 28 10.50 1932 Claude Soely • EH NWW8 06 28 80.00 1032 >\nim M iM-olio H'/ 2 NVVW 9 00 28 70.00 1932 A mm M. Urone SWW —fl Ofi 28 156.00 1932 John & Itohcrt Knln NEW18 90 28 158.00 1032 Clins H. Albright • SWA ex 1 a l.n NE'/i SW',4 15 96 28 1'52.50 1032 \j A Andrew, receiver for County .Savings liank ' SWVi ._ 16 96 28' ] 58.00 1032 F J Wlllrot NTO'/, ex Hy 18 96 28 M4.41 1932 0 .Dyson • H a N of river SWW SVV»/, __ __19 96 2» 50 1932 KininoU 1'aolz NJO'/4 2.| 90 '}& ]'5S.'00 1932 lOmmoU Pnetn SB 14 24 96 28 1BG.OO 1932 (Jliii.K 1) and Kate J., Al- brlHlit * SV4 UK 1 /* 3-1 96 28 80.00 1932 Oii.66 Chas H and Kalo L, Al- 7.47 3.03 3.91! 12.26 2.7S 70 70 30 30 30 80.83 33.18 57.1)11 164.50 5'5.9(i 162.69 10.75 70 180.14 233.47 10S.89 32 56.93 61.68 JO.80 8.17 06 1.50 2.99 30 '3.24 brUrht Chas Jl nnd Kato L, Al- SWV4 31 96 28 48.00 1932 17.78 bright John Hteln NW44ST3V4 —34 90 28 SVV/4—34 90 28 40.00 1932 77.00 1932 47.79 70.28 9.84 4 .92 4 .92 5.27 ALOOSfA IMJKI'KNDEJVT, PMJM CREKK TOIVNSHII 30 70 70 70 30 204.97 117.30 1.88 60.22 Iull.ua Kunz 100.20 53.40 53.41 75.85 Martin V Knln NK'/ 4 __31 96 28 156~. 1932 191 10 Mar tin v Kali) NW/i B of Jly 31 90 28 32.88 1932 40.37 1, A Andrew. Receiver for Co Havings Bank • SVi SK'A 31 96 28 77.00 1932 421.76 „ , ,, , , POUTJ-AMJ TOWNSHIP Carl Carlson NB'/i ox Hi 14.. foot on Jfl side __ 3 97 28 141.90 1932 10.05 2.12 30 201.81 30 42.79 56.40 70 478.80 Carl Carlson • SW NWA Marloy Dyuert • NK'/4 Ourrlt W and Charlotto M Htilshofs WVi Charles Larson 3 97 28 74,.89 1932 142.00 125.10 10.65 16.50 NWVi _.. ---------- 3 97 28 32.94 1932 45.85 6.04 Everett Ducharmo SM'A 11 97 28 166.00(1932 150.10 11 7 u <fe ex Mann NW/4 —14 97 28 " 25 ° 7 28 Harry W Benson & Wm fleckman Hecelcer of l_ako Vlow State Bank 97 28 00(1932 156.10 79.00 1031 186.47 .49,86 1.932 1049.52 .53.00 1.932 147.84 11 71 31 87 30 70 70 30 70 70 153.0142.36 52.59 168.17 219.04 1173.49 11.09 30 150.23 NB'/ 4 2& 97 28 166.00 1932 80.76 4.21 session. BYRON G. Secretary of the Senate. Harry W Benson and Wm Beckman Ilccejlitor Lake View State Bank SEV4 —28 07 28 156.00 1932 Lewis V McWhorter SB^SZ 97 28 166.00 1932 Kaultable Securiti.es Co. 30 85.30 78.08 166.10 1.10 11.71 30 30 381.52 145.30 44i.l3 10.90 70 30 776.49 92.85 70 870.01 171.73 9.17 30 184.20 188.75 150.37 259.42 34,31 70 294.43 Approved March 10, 1934. OLYDB L. HERRING, Governor. 27 sang a •ere guests and aJso assist- stockholders meeting of the Fenton 'Florence Gremmels recently re- Mrs. C. E. jjome Oil company was held last turned from a month with her uncle 01U . B - s° 10 > Dorothy wee k Tuesday afternoon, and offi- and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter dayed a violin solo, May- cers were elected: K A. Huskamp, Gremmels, Spirit [Lake, v gave a talk on the work [D] ._ j_ ^ waite, A. H. Krause, John Mr. and Mrs H. H. Wicldell were 'ueen Esthers and The wegener, Edw. Weisbrod, directors; entertained at dinner at Doctor F. H. Bohn, secretary; Delhert Meyer's last week Sunday evening. Hanna, treasurer. At tftie next reg- George Mienke was seriously ular meeting 1 of the board a presi- sick with pneumonai two weeks, dent' and vice president will be but is now recovering. elected from the board. The com- Mrs. Grace Gibbons left last week juards gave jt playlet. [ Club Meets Thursday— tend Progress club met afternoon at Mrs «l°: f ' S ;^± 3 LlZd W ™ n . °P e »*? ™ der . the ° rig - Tuesday; to visit her brother, Harry -The program Included .j^- c]lllpter - of the vmw B.^^fJl^+^'oil company by consent Home Kluss, Peoria, 111. of the A Methodist hoard meeting was — — TF * 4- 4ViF\ 1 -' 11 vi/ni t*«*iij uy v.uiifacfiv w*. i»"« •"• ^lA^uiiv/uioi/ uuu.1 u iiitJcUJl(5 \v< „, paper, My 1 rip to ine , stockllol ders and the stockholders held at the church Friday night. liFair, Viva Brayton; Ideal - .. _.. lit the World's Fair, Mrs. lorter. i Club Reviews Movies— of the Fenton Cooperative Oil company, an outgrowth of the Home Oil company. Ben Klatt runs the station. , Mrs. P. F. Kriethe'e, (s, D. IL. McDonald as as- in- About Lalla Gerkins— 'Some Curther information has tieen received concerning the death I< ll te 1i- Wh wT^ke toe of Mrs - Ve . raer Sallquist, formerly |by iL/ulu Hawcott. i Observe Bally Day— fday was observed at the LEGAL NOTICES •. M. F. Fritz, read toy , d E _ T> Gerkins f ormer ly ^LA 5 .?™™ 18 of the local Methodist church, now living retired at Sioux City. Funeral services were held a week w „*„ uu ^,^ -. — ago Saturday afternoon at the lodge last Thursday even-,Whitford Methodist church, Sioux , a short program. Mrs. iL. City. She was born at New Plnla- I read a paper on The Re- delphia, Ind., April 1, 1899, and Tee, and Mrs. G. E. Brace .was nearly 35 at death. In June, ' Ohipman sang a duet. '1932, she was married, and Mr. and a cafeteria lunch fol- Mrs Sallquist made their .home in '.program Sioux City. She was a member of '— the Grace Methodist church there ays Kemembered— and of the Morningside chapter of day Circle held a party the O. E. S. Surviving besides the Mrs. Paul Lee (home last .parents are her husband and her afternoon in honor of brother Virgil, who also lives at e's and Mrs. Ida Anderson's Sioux City. Standard Benrcr Girls Meet— Burt NeiVS. I The Methodist Standard Bearer PFFICIAL NOTICE A rabies quarantine lias been declared upon all dogs in Plum Creek township, and owners of dogs are hereby given notice that the dogs must be tied up at all times until further notice. Dogs allowed to run loose will subject the owner to the provisions of the law for violation of the quarantine. WAILTER H. KL/AMP, 27' Plum Creek Township Clerk. .'. A. Whitehurst and Mrs. girls met at the church last week mderson and two children, Monday evening with Beatrice Kra- lillh, Minn., were calling on mer and Marjorie Bailey as host- pends last week Wednesday, esses, lesson in charge of Gladys night home Beiilah Larsen, Stoeber, assisted toy Ruth Glaus, teen visiting at the ttonna Jean Bailey, and June Weis- pst home. The Whitehursts torod, Esther Smith had charge of I Burt for a time and oper- a social hour, and refreshments |store liere. were served. hristopher McWhorter and _ . T ~ „ Jean Carolyn Algona Epworth League Has Banquet- week-end at the Wyott The losin S slde m ,an Epwotrh, ie. They and the Stotts Lea Sue contest entertained the win- 1.... J* . . ... -navo nlr o .V»QT»nil£»t 1 n Rt Wfiftlf dinner guests at the at a 'banquet last week cher koine. lola Stott Wednesday night, and after the Peterson, Algona were banquet games were played. The nday dinner guests there contest was on getting new mem- »nd Mrs. Roy Clark spent bers > Varl ^ifftit and Gladys Stoe[ at the home of Mrs Clark's ber leaders, and Gladys won. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gm- Titnoka. It was Mrs. L gister-in-Law »ies- C. C. and J. porter, attended the funeral of Mrs. c d edar A1V ACT To amend Senate File No. 281, as passed by the Forty-fifth; General Assembly, in extraordinary session, relating to the caring for the unemployed and needy and regulating the hourly rates for work in exchange for relief. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. Senate File No. 281, Section two (2), as passed -by the Forty-fifth General Assembly in extraordinary session, is amended by changing the "comma" following the word "Iowa" in line three (3) to a "period" and striking the balance of the section. Sec. 2. This act being deemed of immediate importance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper published in Algona, Iowa, and the Estherville News, a newspaper published in Estherville, Iowa. GEO. E. M'lL-LER, Speaker of the House. N. G. KRASCHEL, President of the Senate. I hereby certify that this Bill originated in the House and is known as House File No. 329, Extra Session. OFFICJAL NOTICE Before the Board of Railroad Commissioners. To the Citizens of Palo Alto and Kossuth Counties: Notice is hereby given that a petition for a -franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, caibles, conduits and othei' fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and 'heating purposes has been filed by the Town of West Bend, Iowa, in the office of the board of railroad commissioners of the State of Iowa; that said petition asks the right to construct and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described 'public lands, highways, streams and private lands: (6900 volts) Beginning at the west (W) corporate limit of the Town of West Bend, Palo Alto county, Iowa, where said corporate limit is intersected by an east (iE) and west (W) highway on the east (E) and west (W) center line of section thirteen (13), township ninety-four (94), north ON), range thirty-one (31), West (W) of the Fifth P. M.; thence west (W) on said highway through said section thirteen (13), a distance of approximately three- fourths (%) of a mile to the west (W) line of said section thirteen (13), and beginning at the northeast (NiE) corner of section one (1), said township and range; thence west (W) on the highway on the north ON) line of said section one (1), and section two (2), said township and range, a distance of approximately one and one-half (1%) miles to the northwest (-NW) corner of the northeast (NE) quarter of said section two (2), and beginning at the north _., •- — —34 97 281164.00(1932 77.09 4.05 First NatH Bank Burt • SWWNEW 35 97 28 40.00 1932. G C Chubli SWW — 35 97 28 150.34 1932 ClirlHtUm & Ruth Wilson Bolie • NEW 36 97 28.156.00 1932 J H & M E Grover subj to life os't of L E Fairbanks S'4 NWW 36 97 28 71.14 1932 PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP Susie Gray VSWW 2 9'5 27 156.00 1932 170.47 17.58 70 F. A. Sienmr SH K'A __2 95 27 169.68 1932 139.60 10.47 30 John A & Helen Youner- wirth *NWW — 3 95 27 177.06 1932 Anna Weaver Lot ZW 1 A NWW 6 95 27 75 1932 3.20 17 30 Anna Weaver Lot 5 W 1 ^ NWW 6 95 27 6.84 1932 2 47 Lena Hubor • SEW SEW10 95 27 37.001932 40.03 Lena Hubor * SH SWW 11 95 .27 77,00 1932 96.11 Harry W. Benson. SI3W ex piece N& W of D D 25 also that part of NEW HJSW E of Dr 25 13 95 27 155.01 1932 63.73 3.35 30 Otto A Xumach et al NEW14 95 27 156.00 1932 64.15 3 37 30 L A Andrew Receiver of PeoDilei's Savings Bank of ; '•it Benedict * NWW 17 95 27 156. Jos. Rahm, Jr. NEW, ex 82.18 168.17 .81.44 126.35 166.50 Martin Walsh * NEW 36 98> 30' lfi« 19S2 27-1.21 sKVKf!/\ wnKi'mnrcivT JMSTIUCT NO John P Holmors etnlNK'/i 31 08 30 15fi. 1932 177 09 rnhn T' Molmers oltilSEW 31 98 30 150. J932 165.34 Roy C Mueller EH NEW 32 9» 30 77,00 1932 87.43 Roy C Miller SWWNEW 32 B8 30 40. 1932 4G.4'5 SIUCUMAN TOWNSHIP A T Curran, that part of NEW SEW NH of Ky 15 94 28 3.80 1032 Union Central Life Ins Co • WH NEW 22 94 28 79 Union Central Life Ins Co • NWW 22 94 28 156 Kossuth County • SEW NWW 23 94 28^ 3H.57 0 13.28 12.40 6.56 3.11 70 311 .4 S 190.87 178.011 94.29. 19.1* 1932 3.03 811.76 23 30 W% 40. 1932 1077.60 120.42 1932 66.92 8.80 3.5S 91.8S 70 904.3* 70 1198.72 TO 76.!& KK'A 23 94 28 39.50 1932 16.41 80 30 17.5Ti Julius Kilns! SEM SEJ% _23 94 28 39. 1932 16.21 85 30 17.36 Julius Ktmz WH SW% ex Ry , 24 94 28 75.10 1932 33.49 1.75 30 35.54. M D Ournett NW',4 exRy 25 94 28 152.18 1932 135.84 10.19 30 116.28 Aaron Roso ' NBV 4 26 94 28 158.. 1932 25B.63 33.33 70 290.68 Wm Kesaelrlnff .W14 NWy 4 31 94 28 75.40 1932 02.70 4.70 30- 67.7O Win Kessolrlnu SE'/4NW'/431 94 28 40. 1932 34.43 2.58 30 37.31 Wm Kosselrlng SW'A __ 31 94 28 152.13 1932 131.04 9.83 30 141.17 Wm Kesselrlng; wy a SKVi 31 94 28 79. 1932 68,00 6.10 30 73.10 Julius Frost E14 S.R14 __31 94 28 7. 1932 73.20 5.49 30 78.99 Julius Frost W^ K\VVt 32 94 28 77. 1932 66.35 4.98 30 71.63 I,U VEKNK INDEPENDENT, SHERMAN TOWNSHIP A D Burtis SW/4 NK'A 36 94 28 40. 1932 30.42 1.60 '30 32.32 A D Burtis SEVt — 36 94 28 158. 1932 124.41 6.D3 30 131.21 SPIUNGPIELD TOWNSHIP Mrs Anna Kalselm' SWV4 10 109 28 152.28 1932 243.04 31.89 70 276.23 Mrs Anna Kalselm' SEM10100 28 15&. 1932 252.85 33.09 70 280.61 !I Georg-o'Beenkon NE>4fr 11100 28 106.85 1932 122.23 8.35 30 130.88 H GeorKO Beenkcn NW% 11 100 28. 109. 1932 927.10 50.95 30 978.11 1st Nail Bank & Trust Co & Chas Haas • WW 14 lO'O 28 79 Frank & John A Wright and Anna Callgor SVf'A 16100 28166. 1932 125.61 9.42 30 136.38 Henry Pfaff NEW 18100 28 Ib6. 1932 125,60 9.43 30 135.33 Ernest Farrow SE'4 18100 28 158. 1932 127.21 9 .'54 30 137.06 ,alla Reace SEW SWA ex Ry 23100 28 30.17 1932 36.11 2.87 30 39.28 LnHa Hceco NW% ex Ry 26100 28. 154.10 1932 149.49 11.77 3fl 161.66 Ualla Reeco SW>4 — 26100 28 117.81 1932 118.98 8.92 30 128.20 Laila Reeco NW% 35 100 28 14'5.9B 1932 117.49 8.81 30 120.00 LEDYAR.D INDEPENDENT, SPRINGFIELD 1932 312.11 32.73 70 345.57 W K C Kondrick Comm of Ins SWA 22 lOOl 28 156 1932 SWEA TOWNSHIP Effie Erlckson et al • NJ3V4 — — — -,.3 99 .30 91.54 1932 202.90 Ole L Johnson & Ida O Anderson W'A SWA 4 99 30 Frank C Isaacson B 1 ^ SWtf __ __ __4 99 30 Clair F & Nellte Strong SWVt 6 99 30 108.58 5.70 30 114.68 77. 1932 35.72 79. 1932 .Eva Christina Thoreson 60.07 1932 81.12 &5.G9 .13 30 4.11 7 9.91 7 3,67 2.90 44.84 106,72 67.38 67.82 1932 194.76 20.09 70 215.53 & Geo Alffont Thomson SB'/t 6 Julia G Thannery Exec 7 99 30 155. Frank G Isaacson • E 1 ^ SBV, 9 99 30 Nettie M. Crowell E»^ SE% 10 99 30 Muiloerer and Faeen • NJ3»,4 NE>/4 15 99 30 Mullinger and Fngen • W/4 NE',i 15 99 30 Mullinger and Fagen. • NW% is •gg so 99 30 77. 1932 1932 76.00 1932 74.50 1932 37.01 389.59 139.12 71.59 28.31 1.87 6.08 4.18 1.94, 24.06 18.44 5.37 70 30 231.91 37.89 30 87.50 30 60.11 38. 79. Carl W Isaacson 77. 79. 1932 1932 1932 1932 74.65 9.90 155.39 20.59 30 30 70 30 70 70 3 acres __ — 19 95 27 153.00 1932 125.84 .9.44 30 133.38 Victoria Arndorfer • Leo M & Victoria Arn- 22 95 27 dorfer Leo M & Victoria Arn- SEV, ---- 22 95 27 80.00 ,1932 80.00 1932 126.86 133.93 dorfer • SE.Vi & strip 33 ft wid 90 rd 1. on B line of WWW __ ____ 22 95 27 Leo M & Victoria 'Arn- 41.00 1932 60.07 florfor Erick Peterson SEVi SVV^n ofEy22 95 27 36.00 1932 66.76 16.77 70 144.33 17.71 70 152.34 7.94 79 68.71 8.81 70 76.27 23 95 27 Erick Peterson NE^SW}423 95 27 Erick Erick Annette Annetto Peterson Peterson ISIlts Bills Mrg. A L Loomis and Fred Newhalfln SVj 40.00 1932 28.77 40,00 1932 28.77 SWW23 95 27 78.00 1932 64.16 95 27 39.00 1932 28.09 __27 95 27 77.00 193287.44 27 95 27 40.00 1932 30.87 27 95 27 73.49 1932 Annette R Ellts NB^Vi __28 95 27 156.00 1932 W C Habernicht * SW% 30 95 27 159.00 1932 G W Wermerson NBM — 32 95 27 156.00 1932 Julius Kunz Julius Kunz SH Julius Kunz NEW Julias Kunz WH SWW Julius Kunz SEW SWW Isabella M Houser and Mary B Mitchell 95 27 33' '95 27 33 95 27 33 95 27 33 95 27 77.00 1932 79.00 1932 36.28 1932 73.21 1932 39.00 1932 52.92 201.40 266.25 161.02 27.82 28..43 13.04 30.11 14.04 (2.16 2.16 4.81 2.11 6.56 2.31 3.97 15.10 35.21 12.08 1.45 1.49 68 1.58 74 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 30 30 30 30 30 30 30.23 31.23 69.27 30.50 94.HO 33.48 57.19 216.80 302.16 173.40 29.48 30.22 14.02 31.99 .15.08 NWV 4 ------ .._15 99 30 Canl W Isaacson SWA ex Ry & 1 A S H ------ 15 99 30 147.92 1932 Carl W Isaacson WA SEYt ex Ry -------- 15 99 30 75.98 1932 Carl W Isaacson SB% ex Ry -------- 15 99 30 35. 1932 C. W. Isaacson SWA N of Ry ----------- 16 99 30 133.78 1932 C W Isaacson SE^i exRy 16 99 30 149.99 1932 Des Molnes Joint Stock Land Bank SW% ex Ry 17 99 30 148.37 1932 166.97 22.12 70 78.50 5.89 30 161.62 75.40 12.12 5.66 30 30 39.25 413.95 IfiS.ZS 77.26 85.25 176.68 189.7f 84.6U 174.0* 81.42 32.48 2.44 30 35.22 161.05 134.19 11.20 12.75 NEW 18° 99 30 77. 77. 78. 1932 361:78 203.85 22.33 12.57 1932 138.46 7.37 30 1932 1932 1932 114.96 6.16 30 181.39 13.14 30 194.83 SWH 34 95 27 73.40 1-932 80.26 8.28 70 Dora & Mary B Mitch- 3.24 EVS.SW% — 349527 74.301932 92.75 9.56 70 103.01 ell L A Andrew Receiver • aud plat of SWA Sec 17 Lot 9 __ __17 95 27 Peoples' Savi[nss Bank St Benedict Lots 11 and 12 5 33.36 1932 36.42 3.76 70 40.83 260.34 164.32 371 ,.95 17,38 12.32 48.51 237.22 ' 24.51 70 262.43 B F Rahm; St Benedict— 1 B. A. Er.dman • St Bea- etllct 2 B. A. Brdman • St Bene- 8 8 .3 8 1932 1932 1932 John A Gerte Edward T Gibbons NBV4 ------------ 18 99 30 Julia G Flannory Exec E'/4 NWW — — ____ IS 99 30 Bengt Nelson & M P Hag-sard SWU __ _____ 21 99 30 156 Beng-t Nelson and M P Haggard SEtt ------ 21 99 30 156 Alice C Swanson NW^i__22 99 30 154.99 1932 C M Christensen * NE% 33 99 30" 156.78 1932 J T Gleason. B H Rich Donald Vincent, a W Gadd Trustees • NW% __ __33 99 30 156. 7& 1932 ______ ____ SWEA. CITY INDEPENDENT,' SWEA TOWNSHIP Nels Anderson & Olive Anderson SE^ SWA — 1 99 30 39.00 1932 26.71 1.40 Nels Anderson & Oljve Anderson WV4 SE'/i ____ 1 99 30 79. 1932 Nettle M Crowoll W»/4 SWA ------------ 11 99 30 77. 1932 E S Burereson* SE%exRyl4 99 30 139.61 1932 J O Proctor N'/S WBV4 23 99 30 72.96 1932 J O Proctor S% NW% _2E 99 30 J O Proctor • N% SWW 23 99 30 1 J O Proctor NH NWH 24 99 30 Sylvia O Connor Stt NW%24 99 30 NUSVYtt 24 99 .30 NEV« __25 99 30 149, 3~4 193~2~ ___ 25 99 30 151.47 1932 30 30 30 30 172.65 147.24: '384.41 216.72 146.19 121.42 30 30 70 278.01 176.8* 421.1C 30 28.41 57.76 3.03 39 61.0* Sylvia O'Connor diet George Forstl, St. Bene- d'lct Lots 1 2 9 10 11 12 13 1-1 & N 40 ft of la 11 1932 1932 4.36 2G 1.78 1.78 4.49 33 02 30 30 4.99 58 68630 68. 6.30 24 30 CORVVITH CONSOLIDATED. PRAmiE TOWNSHIP Bessie E Dratton NW% 25 95 27 152.81 1932 233.42 17.'50 30 8.76 8.76 5.03 E Rockwool H Jackson NE'/i _-26 95 27 156.00 1932 SE%__36 95 27 156.00 1932 S P Seflgowick NE«4 36 95 27 154.98 1932 a. P. Sol Bewick NW'/i ox Ry 36 95 27 1D2.581932 KAMSEY TOWNSHIP Petrono Vohaun etalNW%4 98 28 160.&7 1932 419.63 516.39 214.85 56.74 69.8.2 11.2& 70 70 30 251.22 477.07 586.91 226.43 102.71 5.39 30 108.4 61.63 recently. She was a sister-in-law of Mr. Laage, and Mr. Schwartz is the lattor>s son - in - law - Rapids attending Coe Benefit Card Party diyen— . I A benefit card party was held at . Wen to Ames Sat ' tt 6 legion rooms last Thursday snd the week - nieht given ,by the Auxiliary and hls daughter, the poet. At '500 Harry Haase won h,u wife home wit k first, and Mrs. Haase won the con- JT be ?" spending a solation; at bridge Doctor Meyer m«T v- • ""* daughter, was firet, and Mrs. Fred Newel won uer Kierutz and son Don- the consolation. > V1 fited from iPriday ' Sunday at the home of School Eleetion is Quiet— w, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Al- The school election here last came Sunday and week Monday was a tame affair. CLYDE L. HERRING, Governor. with him. Only 28 votes cast. Elmer . , and Delma Hen- Weisbrod was re-elected director, spent laat Thursday night and F. J. Weisbrod treasurer. This i ewiek. The girls are vote was t)he amallest cast at a teachers, and on Fri- school election here in a long time. . a teacher's meeting * ^ in ^^^_ Heaney took his wif« +,>' Mrs - Kate Hantleman won a bird mh - Minn., last w P «k S iven away "by the Priebe Bros, in ivrt -J1. . . "»Vlt if* «•„ —_«,1. nA «4-«n + Farth. a/, where VJRCM.IJ Chief Clerk of the House. Approved March 12, A. D. 1934. 27 AN ACT To make an appropriation for the payment of the. extra expense of the State Printing 1 Board incurred by and on account of the 'Forty-iFifth extraordinary session of the General Assembly. BE IT ENACT.SD BY THE GEN- took the train * recent rela- Other en News, Twenty-six members of the E_p- _ d Mrs o n IT , ^ worth ^League attended a sub-dis- returned sundavf^f *7L°- tric * ra "y at Estherville last week M., wterSji T Ab l Monda y ni S ht - The Rev " Mr< \ ny ; * ot ad spent de r d r. Alfred Meyers had Igj, a ~'v VilCJ U'tt( weeks visiting rela- chargcTofline "Fenton" delegation. Louisa Thr>mn c * 'Other towns in Bhis sub-district ly ftl m San i!? ? etui> ned are Estherville, Qraettinger, Swea If "Pent the $&„£?:? ci *> Huutington, and Oolliver. i°» hoaie is , d «f«. Robert Algona, and fo Sunday dinu ^"n G C l h ? me M"' Gi,?' berger ^"ligan, - - A. Mueller, Cedar Falls, , ha ' arrived last Thursday to viait her and son - Dr ' Jl A> Mueller Jr., and 4ns A Principal object of the ' on ««v. and fighter at the " and O. wife. __ ,, ,__ guests at visit was' to 'become 'acquainted with (her new and only grandchild, her recently born to Doctor and Mrs. •. —-^jird, Mueller, friends Sat-, Mrs. Kate Hanteleman and her . son Eldon, of Fenton, and Mr. and Geisler Mrs. flUawrence Hantleman, Bm__„, drove to Dubuque last Monday to attend the funeral ,. . 91 9 relative, 'Ferdinand Grimm. » mend, Thjey rsturaed nejft day. Mr, ajftd Mrs. Walter Borenson, of Sunday Samuel Ridh- n »«««• Burt, spent a week A Mr. and Mrs. ERAL ABS^EiMBLY OF THE STATE 0!F IOWA: Section 1. There is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the expenses indicated, a. For the department of the state printing board for salaries, support, maintenance, and miscellaneous purposes b For" the department of the state printing board for the necessary printing and binding authorized by law for legislative printing for the general assembly .$28,000.00 Sec 2. This act being deemed of immediate importance shall be in full force and effect after its passage and publication in the Estherville Vindicator and Republican, a newspaper published at Estherville, ?owa and in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper published at Algona, Iowa. GEO. E. Speaker of the House. N. G. KRASOHJ3L, President of the .Senate I hereby certify that this originated in the House ai known as House File No. 300, Ex- VHMM'L 'LEKIN, Chief Clerk of the 'House. Approved Marcli 10th, A. D- 193*CLYDE IU HERRING. ON) corporate limit of the town of West Bend where said corporate limit is intersected by a north (N) and south (3) highway on the east (B) line of section twelve (12), said township and range; thence north (N) on said highway on the east (E) line of said section twelve (12), section one (1), said township and range, sections thirty-six (36), twenty-five (25), and twenty-four (24), township ninety- five (95), north (N), range thirty- one (31), West (W) of the Fifth P. M.; a distance of approximately five (5) miles to the northeast (NE) corner of said section twenty- four (24); thence east (E) on the highway on the north (N) line of section nineteen (19), township ninety-five (95), north (N), range thirty (30), West (W) of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county, a distance of approximately one-half (%) of mile. Beginning at the southwest (SW) corner of section twenty-five (26), township ninety-five (95), north (N), range thirty-one (31), West (W) of the (Fifth P. M.; thence east (E) on the highway on the .south (S) line of said section twenty-five (25), a distance of approximately one (1) mile to the southeast (SE) corner of said section twenty-five (25), Beginning at the northwest (NW) corner of section seven (7), township ninety-four (94), north (N), Clara C and Gladys Thompson SH NW B W Clark com of Ins 10 9& 28 79.00 1932 82.68 3.23 26.03 3D 65.16 NQi/4 16 98 28 158.00 1932 60.68 3.19 30 30 B W Clark com of Ins H S __ _ 16 98 28 156.00 1932 Vincent • NK'/4 22 D8 28 156.00 1932 H. S. Vincent • SEW —22 98 28 156.00 1932 Ethel G Feirring- WA SE Vt ex 1 a Kos Co 26 98 28 71.17 1B32 Joe Hatten and W.A Murray NW% SWV4 27 98 28 39.00 1932 Sheridan & Underkofler 59.89 270.40 257.81 54.68 40.83 3.14 30 36.99 70 35.08 70 4.10 3.31 30 30 109.01 64.17 63.33 308.09 293.59 59.08 44.44 J A Northrup J. A Northrup 80. 19.3,2 80. 1932 73.1'& 1932 74.79 1932 75.39 1932' 1932 1932 193* 1932 116.22 316.67 55.05 56.63 364.. 35 51.76 102.24 113.75 •587. &3 103.61 114.01 440.26 30 70 3» 30 710.38 140.76150 682.56 96.40150 743.37 147,32150 114.61 113.89 8.59 8.54 ~~~~-~"-- — 29 D8 28 79.001932 118.24 15.46 BANCROFT INDEPENDENT, RAMSEY TOWNSHIP V Nlcoulin HH NWW 18 98 28 79.00 1932 93.72- 7.03 70 134.40 C V Nicoulin SWW—18 98> 28 74.04 1932 87.86 RIVERDALE TOWNSHIP 6:59 30 30 101.05 94:75 J A Northrup SWW 25 99 30 156 John Geerdes • SEW —.25 99 30 166 Ellsworth & Jones Inc • NEW — 35 99 '30 156. Ellsworth & Jones Inc » SWW 35 99 30 158. Ellsworth & Jones Inc • ~ " 35" 99 30 158. 1932 UNION TOWNSHIP Samuel Shafer Jr NEW ex 1 'A S H __ 9 96 29 157. 1932 SamueJ Shafer Jr SEW 9 96 29 1'56. 1832 Samudl Shafer Jr 'NEW NWW 9 96 29 40. 1932 Glair Winkle • NEW ex ' .05 A State of Iowa 11 96 29 153.95 1932 Robert P Sarchett NWW SEW , 11 96 29 Robert P Sarchett E% SEW — — 11 96 29 David Keeife SH NWW 14 96 29 David Keefo NH SWH 14 96 29 Kmma E .Moore • NWW 20 96 29 1BH. 1932 Emma E Moore • SWW 20 96 29 156.00 1932 Emma E Moore • SEW—20 96 29 154 1932 Athony Byaon • EH SWW28 96 29 79 1932 Athony Byaon SEW 28 96 29 156.00 1932 R C & D B Sayers NWW 30 96 29 141.95 1932 R C & D B Sayers SWW 30 96 29 146.80 1932 ALGONA INDEPENDENT, UNION TOWNSHIP L L & R M Wellendorf NWW ' 34 96 29 168.00 1932, J P Schoby & L A Andrew Rec'r Co Savings Bank • SWW 34 96 29 156.00 1932 Gertrude Harrison 8.72 32.49 2.89 2.97 72.191.50 2.72 30 7.67 30 8.53 30 97.221.50 5.44 30 5.99 30 67.78 70 125.24 349.SS 58.M 59. M 438.04V 64. 11 110.21 122.58 686. n 109.36 120.33 498.66 852.61 6&0.46 892.19 123.50 122.73 27.06 2.03 30 29.39 196.39 20.29 70 217738 38. 1932 29.30 2.19 30 31.79 79. 1932 78.37 1932 78.04 1932 64.06 66.74 63.28 180.68 192.57 180.69 106.19 130.74 56.61 58..53 4.80 5.00 4.75 18.66 19.90 18.66 30 30 30 70 70 70 69.16 72.01 68.33 200.04 213.17 200.04 213.761'50 1267.46 9.80 2.97 3.07 30 •30 30 140.84 59.85 61.90 156.63 8.22 30 165.15 Frank Kulow trov Lot iL~-.2~9T"29 777~2'l932~^ 6.65 60 30 7.45 Frank Kulow SWW ex 1 Frank Kulow Frank Kulow _ Frank Kirtow N 9 A SW NWW SEW3 94 29 grov lot 6 3 94 29 39.00 1932 38>.68 1932 131.87 36.21 33.06 9.89 2.72 2.48 W SEW I--- - --—3 94 29 9.001932 7.71 58. 30 ^^^^..'•".t—S 04 29 8.75 1932 Paul A Danson erov lot 1 3 94 29 «6 1932 A.nna Stewart SWV4 4 04 20 1&8-0.0 1932 Prank Kulow SEtf — —4 94 29 168.00 1932 Id McNay trust NW% C 94.19 148.66, 1932 •Ed McNally Trua SWW —6 94 TH? 143.92 1932 Clarence B Matson et al .„„„ 815^4 ' -7 9* 1 28 146.60 1932 Geo W Bormiin~B%SWi416 94 29 79.00 1932 v> "LI rv+j4fi**C!i-vV\cU(^+- • 74.90 1932 19 94 29 72.95 1032 Nicholas Weydert '"NB^l 94 29 156.00 1932 M M & G M Nael BOV L 1 23 94 29 2,00 1932 M M & O M Naffl ffov ,L 9 23 94 29 3.79 47 67.65 135.31 206.22 168.78 115.08 3S.S1 28 04 3.56 10.15 16.62 13.68 8.63 1.77 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 142.06 39.23 35.84 8.59 1.37 81 71.50 145.76 223.04 182.76 124.01. 35.8-8 -- -- -19 9.4, 29 128.82 16.93 70 146.46 range thirty (30), West (W) of the Fifth P. M.; thence east (E) on the highway on the north ON) line of said section seven (7), a distance of approximately one-half (%) of a mile, and beginning at the northwest (NW) corner of section eighteen (18), said township and range; thence east (H) on tna highway on the north (N) line^of said section eighteen (18), a distance of approximately one (1) mile to the northeast (NE) corner of said section eighteen (18). The board of railroad commissioners has fixed the third day of April, 1934, ten (10) o'clock a. m. in its office at Des Moines, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must he in writing and filed in triplicate with this Board at least five (5) days before date of hearing. The Board suggests that the objector 'be represented at the hearing by someone who has full authority to act for it. Bill and is tra Session. Governor. 27 Dated at Des March 6, 1934. Moines, Iowa, BOARD OF 'RAILROAD .COMMISSIONER'S OF THE STATE OF IOWA. Agnes Levcck • WKNE% 28 94 29 ;nes Leveck •N^V^4SB%28' 94 29 Mary Kirach «WH NE14 29 D4i 29 Mary Klrsch • W% NWV4 29 9* 29 Mary Klrsch • Etf KWA 29 94 29 Nick Fuhrman 'K'A SB>4 29 94 29 John H Irmlter Stt SEV4 31 94 29 Nick Fuhrman • NEV4 jjljj^ __32 94 29 Geo W frmiter SW SW% 32 94 29 54.00 1932 79.00 1982 40.00 1932 79.00 1932 77.00 1932 79.00 1932 125.31 357.32 87 .63.93 201.06 308.86 230-.88 163.24 167.13 16.47 36.60 06 4.04 20 .'55 31.47 23.61 16.69 17.09 142.48 394.62 1.23 68.27 222.31 341.03 255.19 180.63 184.92 Lot 2 of NEW NWW 36 96 29 Gertrude Harrison • NWW . 36 96 29 Gertrude Harrison • NW SWW N of River 36 96 29 Gertrude Harrison • Lot 1 SEW NWW 36 96 29 Gertrude Harrison 676.57 12.49 337.61 90.47 1.66 44.51 3.00 1932 79.00 1932 337.61 14.51 70 6.30 1932 22.29 2.91 70 28. 1932 110.02 P Hascard WW NEW P Hagffard NEW SEW ._.. ------ 20. 1932 42.58 WESLEY TOWNSHIP NEW ---- 2 96 27 150.42 1932 496.76 NWW SWW W ol river _36 96 29 Guy M. Butta 4 96 27 4 96 27 74.61 1932 39.00 1932 77.00 1932 1426.00 217.801.50 1645.30 73.94 1932 79.63 6.34' 30 86.27 37 . 00 1932 71.60 1932 94 29 153.00 1932 68.00 1932 M J : --"-A. -34 9* 29 6*2- S 10 1 0 0 °A A .... 3 4 94 29 98.38 1932 Kellner • SEW ____ 34 94 29 168.00 1932 617.29 59.55 172.61 99.55 78.89 1.50 4.77. 30 13.87 13.08 597.68 64.62 30 186.08 70 113.37 Susie Gray NM SWW — 13 96 27 Edwin Salzensfletn S'/4 SWW __________ 13 96 27 77.00 1932 Geo Schlmmel SWW ____ 14 96 27 156.00 1932 Carl & Jacob Hanson WW NEW — ------ 16 96 27 79.38 1932 Carl & Jacob Hansen EH NWW ____ . ________ 16 96 27 79.38 1932 Henry C Nelson S 62.07 A W% SWW __ 18 96 27 59.57 1932 Henry C Nelson NW NWW -------- 19 96 27 77.91 1932 Carl Hansen E-i/6 SWW 21 96 27 79. 193-2 Hattie M Hansen SWW SWW __ ------ 21 96 27 J Bernard Mueha • EW SEW ___________ 22 96 27 77. 1932 Geo Schimmel WW NWW23 96 27 77. 1932 J Bernard Muehe • W 3-4 SWW ________ 23 96 27 116 .'50 1932 Edwin Salzenstein NWW NWW ex 1 ASH ____ 24 96 27 '37. 1932 Ole Peterson SWW NofRy32 96 27 151.97 1932 151.54 47.99 65.26 62.92 14.61 5.62 52.18 9.79 3.24 4.96 4.89 3.30 70 •30 30 30 30 30 767.Ii 11.85 382.85 25.90 126.36 , 48.90 549.63 161.63 51.63 TO. 62 70,45 66.62 61.86 1.64 30 66.SO 611.51 70.19 861.65 100.73 M J Kellner • E 63-100 A of 100 A SWU 34 94 29 John -A Haea-arc] uov I, 1 36 94' 29 62 1932 2.80 1932 Nick Leners EOV "Lot 7 36 95 29 30.90 1932 SENECA TOWNSHIP Andrew Burt • SB'xiNE'/i 5 98> 30 39. 1932- Andrew jBurt • E% SB% 5 98 30 77.00 1932 NE% —6 98 30 162.72 1932 1.05 6.61 14 06 35 Jennie Carroll e ----—-6 98 30 116.72 238.30 478.18 15.41 31.46 63.17 78 70 70 30 30 70 70 7072.82 1932 107.43 8.06 30 Robert Swono SV4 NW% 7 98 30 72.55 1932 John E Larson • NWW 10 98 30 156 -""" Bonet Nelson SWA 10 98 30 153. Bentit Nelson WH SEW 10 96 30 79. Union Bond & Mts Co N J /& B\V s /4 Union Bond & Mte Co NW SEW SWW 13 98 30 Union Bond & Mtff Co Union Bond & Mte Co .13 98 30 79 20. .14 8» 30 156. 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 Attest: Geo. !/• MoCaughan, Secretary; File iE-2190. 36-27 The Advance.-— Carries a compJirt* too of office 9UPPW<*. Are P ricee *** the same as w»y of the out of town solicitors aw give you. SEW - , 1* 98 30 156. James W Shaw W^ NEW15 98 3» 78. James W Shaw NWW ex G Pit 15 98 30 152. Nels C Christensen Bgr at pt 32 rd 6 ft 8 in w of SB SB cor Sec 16 thence w of Sec line 36 ft n 8 rd 3 ft; . E 36 ft S & rd 3 1ft to beff 16 981 30 1932 B D Sterling • NWW _—23 98 30 156. 1932 B D Sterling » SW% —23 »8 30 156. 1932 Union Bond & Xftg 1 Co » / WA In NB cor W% SW% 2< 98 30 26 1932 John Farley SWW 27 98 30 166. 1932 John Farley WH NW% 27 S8 30 77. 1932 107.33 110.65 488.72 225.67 116.47 244.40 61.94 158.96 450.66 57 .'51 8.05 8.30 63.76 16.92 8.73 32.27 8.18 60.49 69.50 3.02 30 30' 70 30 30 682.40 963.08 1.89 1.18 7.26 132.83 270.46 542.35 11'5.79 W 115.68 119.25 563.18 242.89 125.70 70 277.37 70 70 70 30 70.82 620.15 510.86 60. S3 61.86 23.23 27.16 69.14 4.64 1.22 1.43 5.18 30 30 30 30 66.80 24.76 '.'8,89 74.02 38. 1932 27.03 2.0-3 30 29. S6 135.50 26.87 17.82 1.41 70 30 154.02 28.58 163.39 21.49 70 185.68 25.80 65.47 1.93 3.44 100.33 248.52 10.31 32.73 J L Bonar trustee & Harry W Benson • SEW N RY33 96 27 97.44' 1932 Ruth B Kunz • N\VW— 3 4 96 27 156.00 1932 Ruth B Kunz • SWW N RY ex GP & R—34 96 27 70.66 1932 John A & Helen Younsf- Wirth • SV4 SWW S of Ry34 96 27 70.80 1932 WESLEY INDEPENDENT^ WESLEY TOWNSHIP Marie Kunz NEW — — 25 96 27 158 1932 83.72 4 34 Marie Kunz SHW NWW-25 90 27 40. 1932 20.93 Marie Kunz WW NWW—25 96 27 77. 1932 30 30 70 70 128.25 16.87 70 128.47 16.90 70 'Julius Kunz NEW 26 96 27 166. 1932 Kunz Farm Co SWW ex Ry and ex Gravel Plt-35 96 27 147.76 1932 Simon 'A Hirnor SEW NEW S of Ry 36 96 27 3.84 1932 Emma Erdman • SEW SWW ex 2 a in SE cor 36 96 27 37.00 1932 Simon A Hirner E H SEW —36 96 27 77. 1932 50. 98. 94.35 4.80 108.10 96.75 1.10 2.62 5.U 1.95 36 15.04 7.26 79. 1932 97.98 10.11 70 108.79 108.62 5.70 30 114.62 H W!? ™- S * —33 98 30 39.60 1932 H N Wilberv NEW NWH 33 98 30 39. 1932 Han N Wllberr NWW NWH ---- ---- ---- 38 98 80 Arthur & Lester Mueller * NEW SSJW ____ ____ 33 S8 80 89 15.29 482.69 160.66 85 238.03 117.62 60.37 69.63 1.15 63.72 69.60 11 17.86 8.81 1.63 1.46 39. 1932 67.98 *,?5 1982 92.12 SJENEOA INPBPBNPBWT DISTRICT »O 9.28 7 30 70 70 70 30. 39 30 ,80 S« 7» 16.74 647.11 610.86 1.66 256.18 12Q.63 65.20 61.29 62.«3 190.11 WUITTHMORE TOWNSHIP J W Sullivan et al » SW NWW 1 96 30 I W Sullivan et al • SWW ex Ry — — —1 95 30 154..93 1932 217.80 22 47 J W Sullivan et al SEW—1 95 30 149.56 1932 248.78 32.91 Peter J. Dahlhauser • SWW S of Ry 9 95 30 69.03 193Z Peter J. Dahlhauser * SBW S of Ry 9 »5 30 109.12 1932 183.19 24.37 W W Presley • NEW —16 96 30 156. 1932 281.36 37 16 W W Presley • NWW __16 96 30 156 1932 260.40 31 49 Henry W Schultz etalSBW17 95 30 115.11 1932 149.21 7 83 Nicholas Mergen • NEW 22 95 30 158 1932 196.03 20.22 L E Llnnftn NEW — —27 95 30 156.75 1932 128.02 9.60 Elizabeth Baas • NEW—34 95 '30 166.75 1932 248.94 83.23 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 30 2S.03 69.21 111.34 282.75 145.82 146.07 87.36 22.33 62.93 103.44 99.60 S.1& 123.81 101.31 70 70 240.97 282.39 130.35 17.2'5 70 148.30 70 208.66 70 319.52 70 295.B» 30 167.81 70 2KJ.95 30 187,92 70. 282.87 WHITTEMORK INDEPENDENT, WHITTEMORE TOWNSHIP Peter J Dahlhauser • All that pt of BW ol Sec 5 of C M & S P Rr 6 H of P A K No 1 8 95 30 149.75'1932 560.71 72.64 70 «21.ti Peter J Dahlhauser • NWW JN & IS ol p A K No 1 S of £7 ....—t 85 Sft 11.6ft 1(32 68.80 7.97 79 Tf.IT Clean Cotton Rags Wanted

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