Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA (Lawrence Curran, labor i. J. I. Merryman, bridge work _ 843.46 Geo. Gronbach, Whittem^. „ Pneumonia Victim Thursday ore. - Nov. 16 — Edna Flom, . chairman of the local , reports that the members has been met. members are MM. Oma Mrs. Jeanette Hopkins, B. Koppen, Mrs. Theresa and nuth and Vera Fore- L. L. Lease, commander of > n post, announced on i day that the post's quota been met. 10 Home ftom Trip— Mrs. John Hutchison got nday from a week's vaca- hoints In Illinois. Mr. j,n is assistant cashier In bango State bank here, and itchison Is Investigator In (for old age pensions. Mrs. m-s mother, Mrs. M. Law- ew Providence, accompan- IHutchisons on the trip. «s Hore to Coasts- ton Grattldges, who moved „ City In August, spent Frl- kt at C. W. Goslln's, leaving brning to visit relatives at They were en route to a [of Los Angeles, where they live. Mr. Grattidge, it is i, has accepted a Job with Irical firm there. onsors B. C. Roll Call— Milton Giddings entertained dy club at her home last |Tuesday afternoon. Mes- Elmer Glawe and Arlo Daw- leaders on Women In Further plans were laid f annual Red Cross call last [which the club sponsored Whlttemore, Nov. 15—Relatives and friends here were greatly shocked Thursday, when it was learned that George Gronbach had died of pneumonia at the McCroorv lospital. Mr. Gronbach was born near tvermore December 14, 1890 and lad lived In the West Uewl and Whlttemore vicinities most of his ife. He was only 47. Funeral services were held at St Pauls Lutheran church here Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. W. H. Dlscher, pastor, officiating, and interment was made In tho Lu- beran cemetery. Surviving are five sisters, two brothers, and their father, Fred Gronbach. The mother died 23 years ;ago. The sisters and brothers are: Mrs. Paul Nolz, Parkston, N. D.; Mrs. Paulino Kenitz, of Emmetsburg; Mrs. Herman Warni- >ier and Mrs. Fred Pergande, Lu- Verne; Mrs. Roy Steininan, Al- ;ona; William Gronbach, Irvington; and Fred Gronbach Jr., Algona. George had for some years carerl •or his father, who has rhcuma- ism. Many to Husking Contest— Among persons here who attend- id the corn-husking contest at Port Oodgo Thursday were the Herman Voigts, Mr. and Mrs. John Basa, Charles Salz, Paul Uricli, Ray W. , ._ ^^^^^^ • —.. . - , , ^____^_ ^_^ l_^_. ' * ^T. T J. J-fc T ^^.«Jp *»J^V^» V^» 1**> .*.^^ TT*."- 'esley Post, Aux^Meet Membership Quotas * " — •———— —_ • • • 'XT "% ILIARYHAS 'MEMBERS; IT TOTALS 3 6 (Address is Praised— Armistice day program at .jinpeter hall here was at|by 350 persons. Attorney J. i, Algona, gave an address •as considerd excellent. He [th the community many ; long to be remembered. [play Two Kights— [Junior play, Here Comes will be presented at the Kter hall this week Thursday Iturday evenings. There is jrval of one night because of (Btball game against Corwlth, Friday evening. all Ticket Contest- is a contest on among | children to sell season tick: basketball games here. The is between pupils taking I athletics and pupils who do bn the schedule to date there be home games. pon Patient Home Again— el Long, -proprietor of the afe, was brought home Sun- bm tho Kossuth hospital, Al- vhere she had a major oper- |wo weeks before. i Installs Auto Lift— ' ydraulic lift to grease cars jecn installed by the loca Oil station at the easi t town. Adam'Matern is man |i the station. BLACKSMITHY AT BURT SOLD TO J,D, GRAHAM Burt, Nov. 15—J. D. Graham last week purchased the Schryver blacksmith shop from Mrs. Rose Schryrer. Mr. Graham had assisted in .the shop for the past four years. Mrs. Schryver has also sold , . _. her home here and will probably '^Thursday. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. I, crmard M ,n°* »« Boy nud Newli7r3-_ born to Mr - Other Whlttemore. Mr and Mrs. Eli Kitchenmaster an 1 1,00,0 and Ella Kitchenmaster, t M • Mlnn - came Fri(Ja y to Uio welter and Erwln Mrs. Jos. Besch to Rochester. Minn., Wednesday to see Helen Bosch and Leona Nass, OE tho lwo Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Laidley en- lortained tho young married folks- Methodist club last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. c. Weisbrod entertained the Sewing club Wednesday. Mrs. John Uhlenhake and Mrs. IT. E. Woodward were guests of Mrs. Russell Saunders, of Britt, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Algona, called on the Arthur Heiden- withs Friday evening. C. H. Beardsley, Algona, was a business called here Friday. for the members of the Legion, W. J. Davlson, who has been visiting Burt relatives, has accepted a position with the Nelson Produce Co. at Britt. lone Moyer and Helen Schwietert came home a week ago Sunday after spending a few days In Des Moinos. Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles, and Mrs, R. F. Elvidge were at Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mrs. N. I. Morness spent last week at her brother Henry Strommen's at St. James, Minn. The Methodist Aid cleared more than $70 at a dinner and bazaar make her home elsewhere, but has not yet made definite plans. She expects to visit her daughter at Denver, Colo., within a few weeks. Woman's Club Has Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening with Mrs. Helen Peter's home, Mrs. L. A, Boettcher assistant hostess. The program included a round table.; We Discover Travel, by Mrs. H. 0. Buell; a lecture with colored stereopticon slides, Motoring to America's Famous Gardens; book study, Sky Gypsy, by Claudia Cranston, given by Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel. Bazaar, Dinner Wednesday— The Presbyterian Mite society will hold its annual bazaar and dinner at the church Wednesday. A chicken dinner will be served at noon and the usual articles will be on sale. The regular business meeting of the society will be held the same afternoon. The Lloyd Elstons, of Gilmore City, visited at C. H. Blossom's Wednesday. The Birthday Circle met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf's. Mrs. Jess Dugan entertained the Busy Bee club Friday afternoon. Jean Marie Sarchett spent last week at Glair Winkle's. , Party Tomorrow Night— I Catholic Daughters will nold llast card party before Ad- It the lodge.hall this week pday evening. [Other Wesley News. H. B. Raun, Evansville, spent Wednesday night and day with her sister, Mrs. L. ase. Mr. and Mrs.' Marion [with two sons, Lowell and |y, were Armistice evening guests of the Leases. Mrs. returned to Hanlontown day evening. The three . are sisters. George Krogmier. of Fort on, and her son Bobby came nistice day for a visit with lhake and Bauer relatives here |t Whittemore. / Eli Goodnow got home Swea-Eagle News Myron Johnson went to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday to report for federal Jury service, but the panel was discharged, and he came home the same day, The Swea City Methodist choir held a rehearsal at William Thompson s last week Tuesday evening. Dr. J, A. Sanftner, Swea City, has begun testing cattle for t. b. in Swea township. Mrs. Anna Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Johnson, and the Johnson sons Wallace and Morris were supper guests at Algot Swanson's last week Tuesday evening, the occasion being Morris Johnson's 14th birthday. Mrs. Lewis Schwint and her baby daughter were brought home last week Sunday from Algona. The baby had been in the Kossuth hospital three weeks, recovering from burns suffered when a pan of hot water was dropped Into the baby buggy In which ehe was lying. Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Carlson, with their sons Morris and Milton, drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to attend a corn-hasklng contest. Alice Dahl, June Larson, Leona Halverson, Gladys Helmick, Alice Gloss, and August Grendler, all qf Swea township, with Myrtle Hol- corab, Alice Mayne, Esther Devine, and Alice Uhr. all of Eagle township, attended a county rural teachers Institute at Algona Friday. Beulah Gladstone and Agnes Olson, Swea City, were supper guests at Emll Larson's Thursday. The Edw. Aliens, Grant township, were visitors at George Harner's Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen had as guests Thursday evening for an toyster supper Mr. and 'Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine. • Board Proceedings . . , _ . Abe A. Carter, labor ....... . 126.26 S, B. French Lumfber Co., sup- [726.66 390.32 956.00 13.32 356.35 6C0.64 Palo Alfo'CountyVgravellng 1131.83 W. E. Quinn, right-of-way 37.60 MAINTENANCE FUN'D Mrs. Hugh Post, freight .$ 3.72 plies ................... _ 3. M. Blanchard, supplies .^..u John Dorweller, graveling _ __ Serviced Products Corp., supplies _________ .. ____________ Standard Supply Co., supplies. Concrete Products Corp., supplies Iowa Union Tel. Co., telephone service . „ Iowa Public Service Co., light serv. P. S. Norton & Son, supplies _ Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. 3.06 1.63 9.07 service 15.61 Oscar Monson, labor _ 88.60 City of Algona, light serv. 10.31 Brady Transfer & Storage, freight 4.77 M. C. Thill, labor 36.00 Dr. No. 85- 'Northern I/umber Auditor's Office, November 1,' 1937. Board at Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Baum that there be made a permanent transfer of $14,670.17 from the Emergency Fund to tho County Fund. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and. seconded' by Cosgrovo' that tho "SW% NEW- Section . 35-OT-2S be sold to Merta Mae Wallace for $1430. Ayes: All. Motion by Morrla and seconded by Cosgrove that a Warranty Deed dated November 1, 1938, conveying the SWW NIE% of Section 36, Township 97, Range 28, to Merta Mae Wallace and R. M. Wallace and Kossuth county as Grantors Ibe confirmed and approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded 'by Fraser that B. B. Ktnsey, County Auditor, as agent, be instructed to file notice of tax deed on the certificates Kossuth County now own. Ayes: All. Motion by Baum and seconded by Fraser that the resignation of Leo J. Worden, Assessor for Ledyard In- (Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, Block 3, Morehouses's Sulb-IDiv. of Outlets 1, 2, 3, and,4, Bancroft Incorp. (Lot 8, Block 2 Elghmey'a addition to Lu Verne. Lota 4 and 5, Block'1 Welsbrod's addition to Fenton, and com. at point 50 ft. S. of SfW% corner of Outlot C of E. C. of Mapel St. 3. 40 ft. E. 140 ft. N. 50 ft. W. to beg. and Lots 16, 14, 16, 17, and 18 Block 18 Welsbrod's-addltloh Lot 10,'Block 2 Original Plat'of Bancroft. Lots 7 and S, Block 2 Call's addition to Blancroft Incorp. Lot 1, Block 1 Call's Addition to Wesley, and ex. piece 160 ft. by 290 ft. Lots 2 and 3, Block 1. H N% of E 4-9 of Lot 4 Gov. Lot 2, Section 14-96-29. Western Town (Lot Co.'s Lots 17 and 18, Block 22, Bancroft Incorp. Ayes: All. Motion toy Fraser and seconded by Baum that a refund on the S% of Section 31, Township 94, Range Carl H. Norman, labor 16.00 ILea J. Wegman, tax return III 122.39 Clarence Nemfners, labor 23.70 Hugh Post, freight 3003 John Tobln, labor '" 60* Earl Dltsworth, labor 6.00 Herman Bruns, labor 167.25 Ed Baker, patrol 95.90 Elmer Ewlng, patrol 116.20 J. H. Montgomery, patrol " 92.40 Hugh Butterfleld, patrol 10675 IBert Shellmeyer, patrol 99.75 Prank J. Burke,, patrol „ 91.00 Joe M. Esser, patrol _ 75.99 Hubert Mergen, patrol 91.00 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol 91.09 Tom "Weir, patrol 92.75 Ben Nolle, patrol 17280 Fred J. Coon, patrol 99.75 Ed Fuchsen, patrol 115.00 Wm. O. Ludwlg, patrol 92.40 S. D. McDonald, patrol " 101.00 Ralph Markla, patrol _ 91.00 Jim H. Merryman, patrol 78.90 Harry Helmke, patrol 147.95 John Hanselman, patrol 192.40 E. L. Huber, patrol 186.K Clifford 'Holmes, patrol 91.00 Lyell W. Miller, patrol 93.61 M. .,L. Worby,. patrol 87.50 Peter Movlck, patrol 91.00 Oliver Young, patrol "" 49.00 Wilbur A. Fisher, patrol _ 95.45 Reinder Krommlnga, patrol"" 110.60 Lynn Kuchonreuther, patrol 87.85 A. J. Hildman, patrol ~, 94.85 Oscar N. Monson, patrol !._• 78.75 Corp., be accepted. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fenton Boy Among College Tourists Fenton, Nov. 15—Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens' son Bradford, senior in chemical engineering at Iowa State college, was one of 166 engineering students who left Ames last week for Chicago and Milwaukee to give industrial plants a once-over. The boys were to be entertained by the Iowa State alumni chapters at both cities and were to attend a Marquette-Iowa. State football game Saturday at Milwaukee. day evening from the unify Wednesday-at Iowa City, s she recently had a major op- ID. [>e" Hill, of Stanhope, spent with old friends here. He Wesley jeweler some years lius Kunz, receiver at Daven- I came home Wednesday to this family over the week-end, fhard Ryan, of Durant, was an guest last week Monday i sister Mrs. E. D. Ravlin's. C. W. Gosllns spent Armis- ay at Clarion, where they at- a football game. Myron Chipman Promoted— Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman have received word from their son Myron that he had been transferred from Horseheads, N. Y., to Syra- cruse. N. Y., which is a fine promotion. He is employed by the New York Dairymen's Co-operative League. Attends Football Guiiie— Joe Higgins. Ed Weiske, Lloyd Vinaas, Ernest and Richard Lavrenz, C. L. Holding, Willis Vogel, Ray Pringle, John Long Jr., and Elbert Sewick attended the Humboldt-Algona football game at Humboldt Thursday afternoon. Knters Teacher's College— Merwyn Bahling, Lyle Eraser, and John Carter went to Cedar Falls Thursday, and Merwyn enrolled in the state teachers college. The boys visited Raymond Carter at Waterloo, and Lyle and John returned home Saturday. See Iowa-Gopher Game— Charles Hanna and Richard Weiske went to the football game at Iowa City Saturday, and J. ^. McDonald also attended the game. Mrs. McDonald and the two girls visited the Frank Gabinskis at Grundy Center. Other Burt News. Mr and Mrs. George Krahn and son and Mr. and Mrs. William Krahn, Arlington, S D, visited from last week Tuesday to Thursday at the Bahling homes. Ralph Krahn, who had been Picking corn here, returned home with them. *,' O^H Mrs. Lester Lovstad and Concrete Products Corp., sup- Arnold Hlntz, labof ________ . • James Kelso, labor __ ... __ .^ 2.00 216.0? 2.00 2.70 7.20 ,7.eo Itifr. No. Dick Baade, labor __. ___„ S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies . Dr. No. 78— •Dick Baade, labor S. B. French Lumber . Co., supplies . Dr. No. 89— George Looft, labor 12.00 D. B. Mayer, labor 16.00 Dr. No. 82— 'EDmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies 497.50 Dr. No. 83- Chas. B. Chubb, engineer 17.70 Homer Nolle, labor 10.60 Jim Chubb, labor 12.00 18.31 4.89 17.M plica Co., sup- Dr. No. 863. B. French Lumber Co., supplies __ Dr. No. 90- ........ " .97 .88 KInseth & Son, prov, Paul Ernst, prov. —* .-— H. W. Geelan, prov. ..— Bakers Dairy, prov. *+ Schneider's Groc., prov. C. S. Johnson, prov. -_Farmers Elevator, fuel ___.— , Saitford & Llndebak, fuel _.-i Anderson Grain & Coal Co., fuel -' , t _ Emma Knudsen, transp. J-JJJ Mrs. Joe Llchty, rent HMO C. !H. Ltohty, rent *W DUSTRKCT NO. 2 Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. — Dick Baade, laibor .80 Paul Trasamar, labor . 9.00 Henry Christiansen, labor . 32.00 Albert Bosma Jr., labor 24.00 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies _ 23.34 S. -B. Fr»nch Lumber Co., supplies 84.78 Elmore 1 Cement & Tile Co., supplies 3.19 Dr Fraser, med. C. S. Johnson, prov. Anderson Grain & Coal Co., fuel Dr. No. 91— S. U French supplies Lumber Co., 1.63 , DUl/Jt'CT> ' . l.fci 'Dick Baade, labor 3.00 Dr. No. 96- S. 'B. French supplies Dr.. No. 99— Lumber Co., 2.78 Co., 7.60 6.00 Henry Harms, labor 1.20 Dick Baade, labor Eilert Boyken, labor S. -B. French Lumber supplies Dr. No. 105— James Kelao, laibor 6.00 M. C. Thill, labor 'N. J. Krieps, labor Clarence. Baum, patrol 91.70 V-1U.I U11UU XJil.UIIl. IJtLtl Ul ill, IV H. T' Tu'rley, 'patrol __;. ~_ 101.85 Paul Trasamar, patrol 69.00 Alton Pettlt, patrol _ 92.40 Leo Delperdang, patrol 96.00 Arnold Delperdang, patrol 115.00 Jay Godden, patrol _ 90.65 Jake Keller, patrol 72.00 Mervin Marlow, patrol 82.25 Chester Alme, patrol 90.65 J. F. Quinn, patrol 91.00 Earl Earing, patrol 87.50 L. H. Junkermelei'E, labor J. M. Long, patrol 26.70 62.40 J. E. Falk, patrol 110.00 George Looft, labor 19.50 -_„ , -., „- D. B. Mayer, labor 26.00 27, except tract be approved as fol- I James Kelso, laibor 88.00 Dr. No. 110- 4.60 10.00 Albert Bosma Jr., labor . 18.00 Henry Christiansen, labor ___ 24.00 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Dr. No. Ill- Dick Baade, labor Dr. No. 127— James Kelso, labor M. C. Thill, labor ..IIIII Concrete Products Corp., supplies Dr. No. 129— Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Dr. No. 135— Albert iBosma Jr., laibor Henry Christiansen, labor Dr. No. 166- Jamea Kelso, labor M. C. Thill, labor Dr. No. 157— 1.32 8.00 2.40 1.80 62.20 6.60 9.00 12.00 2.40 1.80 2.00 Fraser that the 911.47 Personal Tax for 1931 charged in Irvlngton township against Chris Olson be abated, reason the same Personal Property, was also assessed in Burt township and said amount $11.47 was paid to County Treasurer. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Morris that McDonald be appointed to make necessary repairs on Drain No. 81. Ayes: All. Motion by Baum and seconded by Cosgrove that Fraser be appointed to make necessary repairs on Drains No. 9 and No. 130. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Baum that Morris toe appointed to make necessary repairs on Drains No. 108 and No. 133. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and seconded by Morris that Baum be appointed to make necessary repairs on Drains No. 4, No. K, No. 2, No. 60, No. 90, No. 176, No. 135, and No. 80 and No. 12. Ayes: All Motion by iBaum and seconded by Morris that F. E. Cromer be given a contract as assistant to County Auditor to collect insane charges. Ayes: All. Motion by Morria and seconded by Fraser that W. E. McDonald be appointed to enter Into cotract and be authorized to sign all matter necessary pertaining to the Mrs. Ellen Mc- Cowlen property. Ayes: All. Motion by Baum and seconded by Cosgrove that a Resolution adopted by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county to accept a compromise offer of U. A. Dreesman for $1603.56 as full payment to October 1st, 1937, on Jennie N. Dreesman account. Ayes: All. Motion toy Baum and seconded by Cosgrove that the 1936 taxes payable In 1937 on the Ida "Walker property described as iNi£ Lots 3 and 4, Block 44, Original Plat, Algona, be suspended as recommended by the City Council ... of Algona. Ayes: -All. •• Mrs. J. H. Zanke was taken by '. Motion 'by Fraser and seconded by surprise Wednesday morning, when ' Cosgrove thait the petition signed by her son Howard called froni IM^™^^^^?^ Angeles, Calif., to wish her a nappy-, city Rendering 'Works be 'disallowed.! birthday. The Bob Harveys were Ayes: Ail... of thQ yyinljo hnmp at tha time. Motion by Morris and seconded by at the Ainke nome at tne "nw, | lows: M. c. Thill, labor 19.50 Year 1932 ... % 23.S5 Henry Christiansen, labor 32.00 Year 1933 " 18.10 Albert Bosma Jr., labor 27.00 Year 1934 II.III. 17.80 Bd Willard, labor 57.00 Year 1935 9.13 Dick Baade, laibor . 45.50 Year 1936 _ 16.66 ' E. G. 'Stenstrom, labor 69.00 Total amount of refund $ 85.67 , C. C. Anderson, labor 4.00 Reason, said property was "assessed Peter N. Thilges, labor 16.75 as town property whereas it should have toeen agricultural lands. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Baum that a refund of 53 cents on Si/, of Lot 5, Block 4 Original Plat of Fenton Incorp. be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Baum that a pauper notice be served on Otto iBunkofski, Mrs. Kate Barton and family; Mrs. John Hilbert and family; L. E. Marks; James Bro'dy; L. K. Johnson and family; Aldenla Pierce Duckett and family Vernon Benda; Francis Coleman; John Miller and family;' F. May lad and family; Eli Goodman and family; Georger Bray ton; Mrs. Robert Ward and family; George Simmons and family; Eldon Handley; Aurelia Dltsworth Perkins; and George Yoder. Ayes: All. Board proceeded to Audit and Allow bills as "Per Schedule of Claims hereinafter written." COUNTY FUIND E. H. Luedtke, bounty ? 1.00 Carl H. Norman, laibor 21.00 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies. 306.33 J. B. Pannkuk, labor 20.00 ------ 6.EO 8.00 6.00 _ 3.50 Melvin R. Hawks, laibor 42.00 Portland Henry Meinders, labor Henry Tjaden, labor _ L. C. Hutchins, labor L. C. Hutchins, labor 3.00 _. _. _ 3.00 Thaves, Victor, labor 15.00 L. C. Hutchins, labor I/. C. Hutchins, .labor C. H. Steinberger, .labor 15.30 L. C. Hutchins,. labor 12.«0 3.00 3.00 K. L. Kohlhaas, laibor John Van Bank, labor Benedict Gisch, labor 60.00 Olaf Oftedahl, labor 19.80 W. H. Rlcklefs, labor 138.76 J. L,. Studer, laibor 108.00 L. A. Ternes, labor Matt Lau, labor 9.00 3.46 __________ _____ _____________ James Davidson, labor"" _____ 10.80 H. F. Schultz, labor _________ 14.20 W. W. Sullivan, postage Myrtle Olson, laibor .75 6.00 Leo Frankl, bounty IIIIII I 1.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone serv. 88.44 W. W. Sullivan, postage 25.00 City of Algona, light serv. 44.18 W. W. Sullivan, postage 5.00 W. W. Sullivan, postage 15.03 Mike Wagner, labor 46.15 Henry Recker, coll. poll tax 13.10 Charles Plathe, coll. poll tax__ 36.83 R. c. 'Baum, col. poll tax 20.40 Henry Gettman, coll. poll tax_ 11.00 'Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 10.65 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup- Dick Baade, labor S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies Dr. No. 166— D. B. Mayer, laibor George Looft, laibor 12.00 Northern Lumber Co., supplies ; 'Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies Thompson Yards Inc., supplies „ „ Dr. No. 169-" Dick Baade, laJbor Dr. No. 170— S. 'B. French Lumber Co., supplies Dr. E. K. No. 2— E. G. Stinstrom, labor ^.____ Ed Willard, labor Northern Lumber Co., supplies Dr. E. K. No. 4— E. G. Stinstrom, labor Ed Willard, labor _. Ed Fisher, labor Northern Lumber Co., supplies Dr. H. K. No, 2-36- Dlck Baade, labor Concrete Products Corp., sup- S. Df. FriWef, -Dr. Brink, w«d Dr. F. ., med - -•> St. Joseph Mercy care .---s-r-:rsi""" Mrs. Paul Schendel, oara EJUie Steusny, care Frankl Store, prov. , HufI Restaurant, prov. .... — &.«• . ^- "-S 23.6A 66.75 10.00 76.67 JUUVl _„__—_•—_ — — — —— — — — — — — — — , *« ^Ml Dr. J. N. Keneflck, mod. „ 17.1B . Bourne, med. .—.. 77.WJ Dr. Janse, med., __ _•-——-- ri'JH Dr. Andrews, med. _... 8.W General Hosp., hosp. care 7.H) Hary Webster, care __ _. 26.W Sorensen Oros., prov. _ 9.W R. A. Clark, prov. 10.00 Botsford's, fuel 13.27 W. T/Pllcher, prov 9.9J Mrs. W<m. Meyers W.W A. H. Borchardt, med. 7.91 C. & N. W R'y. Co., transp. _ 15.18 W. G. McCullough, funeral 81.50 A. M. Colllnson, rent 10.00 Mrs. J. E. Moulds, rent 16.00 VIrs. Dearchs, rent 6-00 W. L. Martin, rent 8.00 Alex Miller, rent 10.00 Harold Smith, rent _ , 10.09 DISTRICT NO. 3 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care _ 34.25 General Hospital,, hosp. care __ 16.25 Dr. Sartor, medical 67.00 Dr. Wallace, medical 50.00 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hospital care 64.71 Fasbender's Store, prov. 6.00 Leo J. Hanig, rent _ _ 10.00 T. P. Doerr, rent . 10.00 DISTRICT NO. 4 Dr. Egan, med. 32.00 Dr. Clapsaddle, med. 68.60 Sorenson Cream Station, prov. 12.42 Smith Dept. Store, prov. 10.00 Hoods Store, prov. 6.00 O. P. MdDonald, fuel 6.00 Mrs. Augusta. Beltz, care _ __ 16.60 J. iH. Sheridan, rent 28.00 C. H. Schrader, -ent 9.09 DISTRICT NO. 5 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hosp. care 50.00 Dr. Bourne, med. 7.00 Dr. Lundqulst, med. 6.75 Alice Anderegg, bounty Lafe Oxley, bounty 3.40 4.80 Mary K." Sands, salary"II~III 90.09 Rosella Voigt, saalry 65.00 Betty Sheldan, salay • 65.00 Evelyn Dole, salay 65.00 Doothy Shatto, salary 55.00 Lucille Dole, salary 55.60 Leo J. Wegman, tax returns _ W. 'E. McDonald, comm. and French piles 117.33 S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies 98.71 Milton Norton, supplies 346.77 Dutch's Super Service, supplies 355.49 McCormick-tDeering Store, supplies 18.11 Pratt Electric Co., supplies ... 14.63 Greenberg Auto Supply, supplies 272.30 George Holtzbauer, supplies 68.44 Kohlhaas & Spllles, supplies _ 15.31 C. S. Johnson, supplies .41 Dr. H. K. No. 3-46- Chas. A. Anderson, labor ___ Redden Hardware, supplies _ John Collin, labor _-._ Harry Frandsen, labor Dr. H. K. No. 2— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer ___ Jim Chubb, labor (Haggard & Waller, printing. Lampert Yards, supplies (Des Moines Steel Co., supplies Frank Cook, supplies 24.79 Peterson Garage, supplies F. S. Norton & Son, supplies — session _____________________ 188.55 J. H.' Fraser, comm. and session ______________________ 212.75 Charles Morris, comm. and ses- slon ______________________ 206.65 F. Wm. Baum, comm. and c th t th b condition Ledyard , ,, , , ., . 4.^ TT_^ rnw j n a ' Cosgrove inui me rei>ort* 01 uonuuiou and they also talked to Howard, as - anabneea of repalra ' on E Branch of did Mr. Zanke. The Harveys. of, Drain No. 5 toy Charles Chubb be ap- Union township, remained with the ' * -' "--* "'"" ' ""> Zankes for supper. Several Portlanders attended a chicken dinner Thursday evening at the Burt Methodist church. Harold Becker stayed over night Thursday with Bobby Keith. Both boys attend school in Dist. No. 8. Mrs. James Duryea, her daugh- er, Mrs. Ralph Lage, and the later's two small sons, all of Irving- on, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Martin Becker. Clinton Sampson, of Plum Creek, and his son took their two-row corn-picker to the Claude Samson arm one day last week and picked 60 acres of corn. Parents visited the local schools by invitation Thursday, and many took advantage of an opportunity o become acquainted with the eachers and the classwork. and Mrs. Lester Lovstao. auu ' and Mrs. J. H. Welfare vis- ; Mrs. F. B. Ellsworth's, Cori last week Sunday. '• and Mrs. Albert Barnes and i Ernest Jorgenson went to St. I Friday to visit the Will Davis- r the week-end. Walsh, who lives -with her per, Mrs. William Garry, was fa to Rochester last week Sun[to help care for a son's chil- whlle the mother was away. Garry took Mrs. Walsh to "Bter. B seniors and Supt. Granner > to Algona Thursday to have res taken. • and Mrs. Richard Zlelske '• Wednesday and Thursday 1 their dauKhter. Mrs. Raymond r Minn- after spending ten days with went afternoon versity night. proved and thaf-a publication of the date of hearing on said E. Branch of District Drain TSTo. 5 be held at the Court House, Algona, Iowa, on the Oth day of (December, 1937, at 1:30 •'clock p. m. Ayes: All. Motion "by Cosgrove and by Fraser hat the following refunds and abatements on the East Branch of District >raln No. 5 be approved: Jary C. Armstrong, Ni!i%; NWU; & SW% Section 1997-27 ? 184.58 H. O. & 'R'ena L. Buell, <N% SW% SEy,; N 3-4 SE% 66.43 G. U? 'Fairbanks' NW% Section 30 13.03 Aetna Life Ins. Co., S% SE%4 Sec. IS; N.E%; S% NWM. Section 24, Township 97, iRange 28 159.62 LEDYARD ,M. F. Culbertson, supplies ____ 7.37 | Northern Lumber Co., supplies Arthur Pehrson, supplies Anderson Grain & Coal Co., supplies __________________ Central States Electric Co., light service ________________ Central States Electric Co., light service ---------------- . . , . _. = ---------------------session ___________________ 20S-&3 Iowa Public Service Co., light ___________________ W. S. Cosgrove, comm. and service 18.65 1.58 6.50 7.76 4.11 94.40 1.2S 1.53 20.04 session ... 180.35 jL on e Rock"Tel. Co., tel. sei-vice Hugh Post, freight ...-..-..--- LEO,Shell Petroleum, supples .... 152.28 Dr. Studebaker, med. 50.00 Dr. Williams, med. 100.00 Dr. Minkel, medical 46.00 Griffith Drug Co., med. 4.7S Kossuth Hosp., hosp. care 37.75 Mrs. Tillie 'Robinson, care 21.!|! Mrs. Wm. E. TJkena, prov. ___ 1.53 Hill Top Dairy, prov. 6.58 H. M Dyer, prov. ; • 16.00 Blomsters, prov. 36.00 Wilson's Groc., prov. 20.00 Thaves Sisters, prov. 20.00 C. R. Smith, prov. 44.88 E. J. Woodworth, school supplies 11.07 E. L. Grabau, school supplies. 19.02 Henry Kline, rent 10.00 Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent 20.09 GENEIRAL Leo J. Wegman, tax return . .41 COUNTY FARM John Henning, labor 60.00 Fred Park, expense 25.50 S. Morrison, labor . 15.00 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies.. 31.32 Pratt Electric Co., supplies __ 1.63 Frank L. Miller, light serv. 14.09 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 185.44 Anderson Grain & Coal Co., supplies 51.38 Thos. Akre, prov. 77.02 R. A. Clark, prov. 6.92 Moe & Sjogren, prov. 6.97 Dr. M. G. Bourne, med. 17.60 , m Dr. Wallace, med. 15.00 J - w Haggard & Walter subscription 1.50 Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory, rent on locker 6.00 „, Nelson Hardware, supplies 12.34 •S' Kohlhaas & Spllles, supplies.. 13.86 • w C. A. Heard, labor .60 -.,. McCormlck Deerins Store, supl ^•S piles 6.63 JW.UO 2.09 16.00 I.M .8b ,g6 2.00 .72 8.00 6.09 .97 4.17 3.12 8.64 2.24 1.03 8.11 .73 ., ,„ Pioneer Hi-'Bred Corn Co., sup- 1-™ plies .. ...J 5.60 "••' Standard Stock Powder Co., 42 supplies 41,00 Toura fnivBrf~&"TPini>'~f i fi —5nn^ "' ^ oy Sherman, supplies 3.30 11 ljUivert ** ^'P 6 *" o -> sup- Iowa Blind Products, supplies 6.63 A F i 3 -D Vi rv i S? Hlgley Chemical Co., supplies! 18.20 Alvln Bakken, labor 1.81 RESOLVED: That the County Audi- r.i a ,,^wil io?i l ° r ls authorized to issue Warrants Twirtjn«ntin»nf -P t PP ^i? ~ for bllls allowed at this meeting as Mid-Continent Pet. Corp., .. Per schedule of Claims Hereinbefore supplies 10.55 -written" IRbyal "400" Oil Co., supplies. 82.01 "it Is nioved by Morris that Kossuth Concrete Products Corp., County, Iowa, will take over an out- supplies 18.66 standing Tax Certificate No. 125S now sup- National Reeployment Service, office exp. _________________ C. H. Ostwinkle, del. tax col.._ 20.26 Casey Loss, bd. and lodg pris. 346.74 Robert Waldburger, bd. and lodg. pris. Wm. Shirley, Peerless Oil Co., supplies 636.83 M .J. Duffy, Co. Treas., adv. freight _ "••*•' Barton Warner" Co.T'supplies _. 716.89 Dr. H, K. No. S— El L. Hutoer, labor _ M. C. Thill,- labor James Kelso, labor (Farmers Elevator Co., plies Dr. P. A. K. No. 1— Chas. 'E. Chubb, engineer Jim Chubb, laibor Thompson Yards Inc7 plies Dr. W. K. No. 36-89— " ----------- ..... - 56.90 office exp. ----- 51.07 ^nr. izsiurjcy, Lfii.n;o GAIJ. __ n ~i. A. Winkel, office exp 49.73 Fidlar & Chairribers, supplies— .6i Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies «•« Koch Bros., supplies _. 4.W Klipto Loose Leaf Co., supplies Jenkins Fergemann Co., supplies , ,„ Baker Paper Co., supplies KL.li H. A. Phillips, supplies ----— •24.16 302.79 209.75 Haggard & Waller, printing .. Advance Put>. Co., printing Bancroft Register, printing ... M. J. Duffy, adv. frgt. & bty._ C. E. Ward, bty. Donald Mlchaelson, bty. 416.39 144.13 113.39 13.15 6.70 1.40 Balbach Co., supplies ___ Central Auto Electric Co., supplies Standard Bearings Co., sup- .plies American Hoist & Derrick Co., 28.49 69.00 201.49 .111 t;i jvitm. j.^.uikii' «* .—••.».- — -- . supplies '»•;* Sligo Iron Store-Co., supplies _ 17.o3 KelleynHow-Thomson Co., supplies •-— Iowa Machinery Supply Co., 426.52 Travelers Insurance Section 13 L. E. Fairbanks, Section 24 J. -P. -Trunkhill, SW% Section 4.33 ».S5 91.10 . . 24-97-28 . ..... ... ------- ---H. Bartlett, N1W% Section 24-97-28, abate ______________ 12-37 Stanley I. Larson, NE% Section 25-97^28, abate _________ 33.44 Ayes All. Motion toy iB&um and seconded by Fraser that the taxes for 1936 be suspended on the following described property,' reason recipients of Old Age P Lot°3? Block 3, Original Plat of Swea City Inoorp. Beg. 600 ft. of ISE corner NW14. N. 50 ft. W. 150 ft. B. » ft. E. 15» ft to beg. (Lot Range 28, Ledyard. 4, Blk. 99, Lots" 4?6. ^ and T. Block 1 Original Plat Swea City, beg. sub-div. of BJ4 SE« of M, of Section 18 and N% NE% Section 19, all in 99-29. , . Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 6 Call's third 159 Call's addi- . he had been operated worth, of Earth- near Fort Dodge. Hagge, daughter Alice, Arthur Zieleke, and the lat- |f Children visited the Edward "s at Buffalo Center Thurs- Fred Junkermeiers spent with the daughter, Mrs. Mvers. near Lak«ta- lack Mouiton, Blue Earth, spent |«ral days here last week. The Beckworths formerly Josephine Wiedemeier and the Rev. P. A. Sturm were at Fairmont last week Tuesday. Helen Dutton, Blue Earth, visited Alice Hagg Wednesday. Many from here attended a corn- husking contest at Fort Dodge Thursday. Among the delegation were Jos. Weaver, Brvin Johnson, Raymond Herzbg, Walter Simons- meier, Lars Skaar, Jacob Stubbe, Fred Ploeger. D. A. Carpenter, and Edw. Halverson. Edward Knoner and •«•« •. a i-o. ^,\n. *, ^..v™.- - -----v~- B -~~u~ <*** J. DOW left Thurs-I Addition to_Burt and Lots 3,_6^7,_and Ida., to spend aj 8 ' or more with Mrs. Knoner's & „. ,,. iv , wv ., v ..,.. -..._-. ^^ ~ — "*" * T-»~ — •••• 1,3 TjOt 1 £LI1O M. 1"3 J-jOt «( jjlOv*' 16, Original Plat Algona t Incorp. Lots 4, 6, and 6, Block 16 Original P Lot°8, Kok°li, Original-Plat to Al S °Coin. at point 296 ft. W. of SE cor ,,pr of SW% NW% 'Sec. i-99-28. then W on Sec/line 100 ft.: N. 333 ft. B 100 ft. 8. 333 ft. to beg. Lot 16, IB'look 12 Original Plat of La J M. Merrltt, witness fees — r. M. G. Bourne, med. . F. Beeh, med. A Evans, coroner's fees — . A. Danson, J. P. fees . nderson Grain & Coal Co., fuel . S. Norton & Son, fuel — — otsford Lumber Co., supplies eorge Holtzbauer, supplies — Cennedy & Parsons, supplies. "Lot!. BK>°ck a 5, Buell'3 2nd addition her| t0SB ^Lot 1. Block 2 Nickplson's 3rd parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. gar. e e Mr. Knoner took his wife and Ames,* whence ent on by train. The Bar- his er relatives. , D. M. Stewart, s Leasoii at Mrs. Harold Granner s. there was a large and Mrs. k Lot 14 Auditor's Plat ..SE% SW% oYd" Steward's Th^^Arm-1^ Charts "nnferty A Eood crowd attended W» Q A H< ' Welfare were a t Mason Auxiliary day. and City Dow Frl- Lot 2 of Sexton • known as NW14 Section 6-95-27. Lot 5. Block 14, Whlttemore Incorp Lots 1-2-3, Block 4, Lakota Incorp. Lots 4-fi-6.- Block 6 Buell's 2nd Add' t! 24 rodfbv' 32 rods in NW% NWy fipct'on 10-99-30. Lot 2. Block 4, Original plat Ban Beg. "NET corner of Lot 6 Hodgson Snb of Outlot 6, S 2flO ft. 1 72 2-3 ft N 200 ft. W. 70 2-3 ft to beg. and par of Outlot C, IBiurt Tncorp. E 641.5 ft. Of Outlot S Richmond addition to Swea City Section 18-99-29 II1U.1U A«.»ullttolot,»., «..., . . S. Graham, toty. 4.oo adonna Thompson, bty. •-» A. Danson, coroner fees ... HJ.-JJ J. Nelson, jury fees J..JU W. Green, jury fees .. JYYO, iiitvui*•*!>-• i. j f~~~f-r-* • ._„ o< supplies --— 17a - sl Globe Machinery & Supply Co., supplies J. D. Adams Co., supplies _ 3 Gibbs Cook Tractor & Kquip. Co., supplies -— 3S2.SO Alemite Co., supplies __..__-_ Austin Western Road Mach. Co., supplies — Gate City Iron Works, supplies 3.00 4.00 1.71 5.23 1.12 2.09 1.75 Mino Penning, laibor Dr. Tri. No. 131— Wagner & Heiderscheidt, labor 172.22 Concrete Products Corp., sup- Plies 40.47 POOR FU1N1D DISTRICT NO. 1 Dr. Corbin, med. $ 16.00 Dr. Cretzmeyer, med. I 50.00 held by A. W. Kennedy, of Bancroft, Iowa, upon the premises described as: Beginning Eight (8) rods West of the Southwest Corner of Lot Fourteen (14), Block One (1), Call's Addition to Bancroft, Iowa, thence North Forty (40) rods, thence West Eight (8) rods, thence South Forty (40) rods, thence East Eight (8) rods to the beginning, in the sum of $155.30. Seconded by Fraser. Voting aye: J. H. Fraser, Charles Morris, Wm. Baum, Wm. ICosgrove, W. E. McDonald. Voting nay: None. Motion declared adopted by Chairman, W. E. McDonald. On motion Board ajourne until 9 o'clock a. m. November 8, 1937. B. S. IvTNSBY, , County Auditor. W. VJI CGH( J"»J »»*w» „__,. — -. r ^ ( £3VYH>llt*J *-*" >••«•? . •*—*-*-" _ — — — — . Peterson, jury fees 4.20 K & H _ Co-op. Oil Co., sup. A. Evans, phy, fees «•«" p n eg • - -- -— "^ Arnold Motor'Supply Co., supplies tandard 2.60 -« 15.40 98.81 Fort Dodge Auto Wrecking Co., supplies ».1U Swaney_011_ Co., supplies ...... ^34.51 2C4.47 620.62 2.00 • 6b 15.40 .30 3.35 .86 3.32 15.62 ratt Electric Co., supplies — •Jelson Hardware, supplies — )uro Test Corp., supplies — Midland Chemical Laboratories, supplies r.—- o2j owa Blind Products, supplies. 9.M ity of Algona, supplies i. F. Towne, laibor F Overmyer, weed comm.. olen W. Jenklnson. weed com. ! W Bleich, weed comm. ohn Karsten, weed comm. I F. Schultz, weed comm, — >' c Anderson, weed comm, _ Cossuth County Farm Bureau, GeneraT'Typewriter" Exchange" Standard Offlce'Equipmenf'Co., supplies 1.00 32.70 12.00 13.40 13.S5 36.05 T. No, 2^ Thompson Yards Inc., supplies >r. No. 4— .._ Dick Baade, labor 4.w E. G. Stinstrom, labor S.OO Ed Wlllard, labor •_ .— 3.00 'Northern Lumber Co., sup- p'lles 1 ' 8 * Concrete Products Corp., supplies • i -- si Thompson Yards Inc., supplies °-'-' S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies «••* Dr. No. 6— S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies 38.78 4.60 Clotilda Hutchison, O. A. PJ T«,ran+ 11.VO Invest. INSTITUTE FUND O. G. Waffle, supplies W. . , F. QuarrJe^suppU^ 192.05 Matthew C. Grier, reporter, -__ John H. Foth. bailiff -------Margaret Nelson, clerk ___„_ T C. Hutchison, attorney fees 89.01 Casey Loss, expense^-.- ---- 357.16 .- A. iBonnstetter, t. b. inspec- C. & N. W. F'y Co., freight .. 600.95 . . . ., .. Paul & Williams, graveling --- 465.5 MoGuire Bros., grading — •__. 2167.A Leo J. Wegman, tax returns .- 17.8 Jule SeUert. grading --------- W8-W ' Delinquent Tax List The following is a true and correct list of all lands and town lots in Kossuth County, Iowa, on which the taxes for the year 1936 and previous years are due and unpaid as appears from the several tax lists In my office. Notice is hereby given that unless the taxes, interest and costs are sooner paid, the following described lands and town lots or so much thereof as ia necessary to pay the said tax, interest and costs thereon, will be sold at the County Treasurer's office in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the first Monday in December, A. D. 1937, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p. m. of the said day until all said lands and town" lots have been offered for sale. In all cases where there are existing delinquent taxes other than for the year shown, same having been previously offered for sale, but remaining unpaid and unsold, tills fact Is indicated by an asterisk (*) preceding the description. M. J. DU1FIFY, Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa. Names of Owners Part of Section or Town, Addition, 01 Subdivision Thompson Yards Inc., supplies Concrete Products Corp., sup- 1.12 6.35 pjleg E. Branon'of Dr. No. 5— Chas. E. Chubb, engineer :— 38.60 Jim Chubb, engineer 4.50 Dr. No. 7— ' ~ Jim Chuibb, labor 1-60 Chas. E. Chubb, engineer 6.65 Dick Baade, labor 2.00 ALGONA DIST. NO. 1 ORIIGINA'L PLAT Carl Garrett, laibor 135.00 Thompson Yds. Inc., supplies 2.24 S. B. French Lumber Co., ^ supplies 4.27 Dr. N. 12— George Looft, labor 13.60 D. B. Mayer, labor 18.00 Dr. No. 20- S. B. French Lumber Co., . supplies Dr. No. 24- iG«orge Looft, laibor _________ 21.00 D. B. Mayer, labor _________ 28.00 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., supplies _________________ ' 18.00 Dr. No. 33- Dlok Baade, laibor . --------- .---—-M. Smith, .salary _._ -------- ' 245.00 Dr No. 46- Dr. No. 45— , Dick Bd«.de, labor S. B. French Lumber supplies 4.00 4.00 .ss SI, 1M-. KMWtl-"! »«**•*• a _-- --- -- — Don T. Nugent, salary ------- 150.00 John Fraser, rodman Mike Baker, patrol , ----------Spear & McVey. grading ----- 481.65 J. M. Moore, laibor ........... 12-00 C. T. Chubb, labor ___________ 12-w M. C. Thill, labor . 2.41 James Kelso, laibor 3.20 Dr. No. 60- m Ed Willard, laibor 3.0 E. G. Stinstrom, labor 4.00 Perry St. John » 2 10 Perry St. John _L_* 3 10 Perry St. John * 4 10 Perry St. John . . * 5 10 Perry St. John * 6 10 Wilbur St. John _.; 1 11 Wilbur St. John 2 11 Wilbur St, John _ . 3 11 Wilbur St. John 4 11 Wilhelm M. Behnke 3 14 Wllhelm M, Behnke 4 14 Wilhelm M. Behnke 5 14 Wilhelm M. Behnke _ 6 14 Rllen Crouch . 7 14 Carrie St. John 1 15 H. W. Roba 3 16 H. W. Rolba 4 16 Addle F. Gingrich 5 16 R. C. and Loula T. Sayers 1 IS R. C. and. Loula T. Tayers 2 IS {. C. and Loula T Sayers 3 18 N. C. Rice . S 1-3 2 20 R. A. Palmer n 1-3 3 20 H. W. Post * 3 23 C. S. Johnson, e 1-3 lot 5 & w 1-3. 6 24 4.nna Stewart et al S 5 rds 8 25 Rose and J. G. Sigsbee j_.M. 1-3 3 27 E-i A. Boss, E 44 ft. of N 44 ft. of 7 and N 44 ft. 8 30 Botsford Lumber Co. 3 35 Eva E. Schoby 7 36 D. H. Goeders 4 43 Anna Stewart et ai .. 2 48 C. E. Chufbb 2 49 H. E. Rist 2- 3 BO Hugo, W. Post _ 5 53 Hugh W. Post 6 63 Hugh W. Post * 1 64 John Nordstrom 6 56 Thos. B. Metcalf l-2-<5-6- 7 69 Thos. B. Metcalf 8 69 Viola Beradsley _S 1-2 of lots 3- 4 72 J. W. Hewitt ; S 1-2 4 SO Anna M. Malloy 3 82 Paul and Minnie Fechner _n 1-25 82 . . Dr. No. 68— 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1.3S •1.71 1.7C 22.60 2.40 .74 .74 .74 .74 1.84 1.84 7.36 2.02 6.44 5.62 3.95 13.24 10.85 15.45 7.36 7,36 97.05 32.19 94.18 4599 61.82 63.47 .12 .15 ,15 1.96 ,21 .03 .03 .03 .03 .08 .03 .33 .09 .14 .25 .09 .30 .17 .17 2.1S .72 8.16 3.03 2.78 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30- 2.10 2.46 2.45 25.16 3.21 1.07 1,07 1.07 1.07 .30 .30 .30 .SO .30 ,30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 1936 13.80 1936 4.74 1936 3.86 1936 12S.79 1936 66.23 1936' 84.63 1936 164.29 1936 91.99 1936 44.16 1936 239.74 24.78 1936 1.47 .07 1936 4.05 .09 1936 15.45 .35 1936 36.79 .83 1936 8.77 .20 1936 38.64 1.74 193$ 10.30 .23 .31 .35 .17 5.80 2.9A 3.81 7.39 4.14 1.99 7.99 2.4t 6.88 •6.07 4.S4 13.84 11.39 16.10 7.83 7.83 99.53 33.21 .60 102.94 . .30 47.32 .30 64.90 .30 66.63 14.41 6.39 4.33 .30 134.89 .30 09.51 .30 88.74 .30 171.98 .80 96.43 .30 43.45 .60 £61.12 .30 1.84 .30 4.44 .80 16.10 30 37.92 .30 9.81 .30 40,68 • .30 10.83 .30 .30 (Continued on Page 8.)

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