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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 17,1936 UJVERNE JUNIOR PLAY PRESENTED "Prfce Pigs", Comedy, Was Offered Last Friday Night The junior class play "Prtae Plg«" waa presented to a taw crowd at the gymnasium on FrMay evening. It WM a comedy to three act* which centered ar- «ond an aspiring movie actor, played by PhU Llchty, but who waa not very successful. Maxine Smith was kto mother and Kathleen Sanford, Mto wlae-cracklng sister. Gordon Dlmler was the town's practical Joker who had always made Ham the butt of many of his jokes. Jacqueline Conoway was the colored maid, supposedly sent by the wealthy but miserly aunt, Ruth Me- Oulfe, but really sent by the Jokester. Phyllis Llchty was the girt with whom Ham was in love, and Hazel Nygaard played the part of her managing mother. Other char- actors were Merle Thompson, who was the representative of a moving picture company. Merle Eggleuton, a business man who bought the stories Ham had written and Gladys Alexander was the townsman, who was the owner of the Prize Pigs that the Joker had sent as Aunt Deborah's treasure and which saved the day for the Conley family In a financial way. Preceding the play, the orchestra gave a short concert and between the first and second act a double quartet composed of Ruth Neal, Kathleen Me- Clellan, Carmen Wermersen, May Alice and Bobby Blgings, DeRae Llchty, Merle Eggleston and Earl Hanselman, sang two selections. Scavenger Hunt The Sunday School class of the Meuiodint cnurch, taught by John Brink, held a party at the city hall last Tuesday evening. The entertainment was a scavenger hunt, two hours being necessary for the victorious group to find the articles they were sent to collect fibther Christian, Opal Bggleston and Edward Lindebak were the committee In charge of the party. A group of relatives spent Thursday evening at the Irvin Chapman home, helping Mr. and Mrs. Chapman celebrate their wedding anniversary. Rook was played at three tables. ANDERSON'S Cleaner - Hotter COAL Freshly mined, high in heat content—low in ash. Get your bins filled now before the thermometer goes clear down. Phone Your Orders Now. Prompt Service Full Weight Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Milwaukee Tracks GRIDDERSWIND UP YEAR; LOOK FORWARD TO '37 Coaches Must Fill Gaps In Bulldog Line for Next Tear With the 1936 football season out of the way. Coach Paul Berger, Bulldog mentor, is looking forward to the 1937 season. After downing Humboldt, 13 to 6, to tie for third place in the North Central conference with Iowa Falls, the local coach knows that next fall if all goes well, he will have four veteran backs and five linemen to open the season with. The standings this year give Webster City first place, Clarion second, Iowa Falls and Algona tied for third, and Humboldt, Eagle Grove and Hampton finished below Algona In the order named. Returning next fall in the backfield will be Long, Lynk, Nleman and Michel, and in the line Banwart, Lee, WUlasson, Muckey and Thompson. Lost to the team among the regulars of this season will be Bruns, Hatpin, Pickett, Monlux, Frank), Mathison, Schoby, Fraser and Hutchlns. Statistics of the Algona-Humboldt game— Klckoffs: Algona 4, Humboldt 1. Kicks returned: Algona 8 yards, Humboldt 51 yards. Penalties: Algona 9 yards, Humboldt 10 yards. First downs: Algona 10, Humboldt 4. Yards from scrimmage: Algona 111, Humboldt 74. Yards lost: Algona 8. Humboldt 13. Passes attempted and completed: Algona 5 out of 12, Humboldt 6 out of 13. Yards gained passing: Algona 89, Humboldt 24. Touchdowns: Lynk 2. Point after touchdown, pass, Halpin to Nle- man. Officials -j referee, Ike Hayes, Iowa State; umpire, Berry, Coe; head linesman, George Nelson, Grlnnell. Academy Opens Cage Year With Victory Over Alums n a 24-all tie, as a special feature 'Xhibltlon the same evening at the icademy. Playing with the Fata were Bill Barry, ST., Leo Dahlhauser, Maurce McMahon, fid Loebtg, Baldwin, 3d DeZellar, Charles Hoffman, le Reynolds and Leonard Nelson. Reynolds was unable to work the next day. On the Slims or Leans were: Sclpman, John Kohlhaas, Elbert, Dr. Hoffman, Father Ahmann, Matt Kapp, Emmet Jackmnn and Arnold Elbert. Armstrong Wins Over Lone Rock Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' and boys' basketball teams opened their season with both teams being victorious. Both teams played at Lone Rock Friday night, Nov. 13, and the girls defeated Lone Rock 68 to 37. The boys defeated Lone Rock 23 to 10. The first game was that of the girls in which the Armstrong team proved too fast for the Lone Rock girls. The score at the half was 34 to 11 and at the end of the third quarter it waa 41 to 21. In the last quarter the regular players were taken out and the substitutes put in. The lineup for the girls were: forwards, Lorraine Johnson, Lavon Mlxell, Donna Miller and Shirley Peterson; guards, Marie Irmiter, Sophie Twedt, Evelyn Cabboth and Arlene Holland. The boys' game proved to be a very close and evenly matched thriller. In the first quarter the Armstrong boys had no score to Lone Rock's four points. At the half the Armstrong boys crawled up some, and the score stood at 6 to 9 in favor of Lone Rock. After the half both teams worked hard and at the end of the third quarter the score was 16 to 10 in favor of Armstrong. In the last quarter the Armstrong boy* held the Lone Rock boys scoreless and the final score was 23 to 10. The Armstrong boys' lineup for this year Is: Howard Ortmeyer, Joe Camden, Robert Fitzgibbons, David Holland, Harold Mitchell, Byrl Burgess and Perry Johnson. The boys' and girls' teams will both meet Plover on the home floor Thanksgiving night, November 26. Margin of 26 to 16 in First Tilt Last Thursday Night Opening its season with a 26 to 6 victory, Thursday night, the St, Cecelia's academy team looked ery impressive in downing an al- mnl team of former-day notables. Bill Barry and Thtssen led the coring, from their forward pos- Ltons, with five goals apiece. Bit! 3aughan of the alumni was the ilgh point man for the has-beens. Father Ahmann, coach, has rea- ons to feel encouraged about his -oming season. He haa four let- ermen in the starting lineup frorr ast year, and reserves with lots of promise. Summary: Academy (28) Fg Ft Pf larry 5 0 Thissen 6 Mollenhof 2 Jestenlehner 1 felson 0 Coleman 0 Baker 0 Jelpman o West Bend Basket Team Opens Season West Bend: The basketball teams played their first game Friday night when they met the alumni teams on the home floor. The girls won from the alumni girls and the boys' team lost to the alumni. The boys have been practicing hard, but the alumni team Is composed of men and the boys were no match for them. The girls' roach if Bernard Agard and the boys' coach Is Harry Poff enberger. Ottosen Cagers Split Ottosen: The Ottoeen high school girls" and boys' basketball teams played their first game Friday evening with Rodman. The girls won by a score of 20 to 26 and the boys lost by a score of 13 to 9. 2 Vets Backbone of High Cage Team With only two letter-men back, and only one of those likely to remain during the full season, the Red and Black basketball men ol Algona high, swung into active dril this week, under Coach Flndlay. Lynk, star forward of the last season, is back, and Bruns, a mighty good center, is the other voter an. It seems that Bruns may grad uate after the fall quarter, which will be a real loss. Other men who are making strong bids for the first string 'are Piclwtt, Michel, Frankl, Muckey and Wlllasson. Coach Paul Berger will handl the wrestling team tnls winter. Closing Out Public Sale Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction on the old Webster farm one-half mile north of Algona.the following described property, on Monday, Nov. 23 Ottosen Lineups Tor Basket Teams OUo««n:< The following girl* an boys of the Ottosen high schoo are on the basketball teams. Th girls are: Barbara Clave, Lola Wat nem, Mildred Knutson, Frances Knockson, May Van Busklrk, Alic Thorsen, Maurine Holden, Glady Satern, Gladys Lovig, Vivian Pur dy, Fay Van Busklrk, Edna Llest The boys are John Hansen, Harold ! Henrickson, Marvin Llest, Elliott Klnseth, Loren Bakke, Donley Jacobson, Leo Wehrspann, Melvln Bratland, Dennis Purdy, Lewis Clave and Stanley Enockson. 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Alumni (16) Fg Ft Patterson 2 0 Courtney 0 0 Delm 0 0 lestenlehner 1 0 )aughan 4 1 legarty „ 0 0 Bode 0 1 Van Allen 0 0 • i i 7 2 FATS-LEANS END GAME IN 34-24 DEADLOCK With a large crowd enjoying th fun, the Fats and the Leans wen nto a terrible struggle that endex LUVERNE NEWS Otmtr'n Addition Cecil Asher 4 1 193B VV a. & Addle I Windpll 13 1 1935 1'aiil A. Hanson "4 2 1935 CnlV. Stilt* 9tr«*t Add. 1935 AT*. Add. 243 1935 Un»l«tted IMS 1.13 19.«9 .87 .02 1.78 .30 .30 Tllln McCftll 1 238 Otto Falkenhnlner 3 35.«2 .80 .89 4.36 .20 .30 Cemetery Ass'n Meeting More than forty women attended the November meeting of the LuVerne Cemetery association nt the city hall Thursday afternoon. The high school girl's sextet sang a couple of selections and Marcelln Henderson gave a reading. Following the business meeting and program a social hour was enjoyed with a covered dish lunch being served. Mrs. Harry Llchty, Mrs. Wllma Mosher and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., were hostesses. Hostesses for the December meeting will be Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. Wm. Ellis. H. E. Rlst A diiy Msntor. Lot 4 N1CH SE14 2 95 29 Wm. Fisher 8 7 5-18 rd. of E 76' lot 10 NE\4 SE'4 2 95 29 Alfred Kreaeraky, Lot 20 NKH SEH 2 95 29 W. C. A P. A. Hanson, com nt pt. 38 rd W and 10H rrt N of 8E cor Set. 2 E 8 rd N 9 rd W 8 rd S » rd to bg 2 95 29 i»nnpnn A Butler, com ftt Pt. 22 rd W and 11H rd N ofSE cor Sec. 2 W 4 rd S 1 n) W 4 rd N 9 rd B 8 rd S 8 rd to be* 3 95 29 W. J. SlR.« bee *K 60' 8 9 rd WH lot 7 HKi* SICK 2 95 29 Rva Selfert WV4 It 7 RV 116 2 95 29 Erma HelberR. E 4 rd lot 7 Knv lot fi 2 95 29 Bert Van Trees. EH lot 7 ex K4 rd. KOV lot 62 95 29 n. .1. Hutchison It 8 RV It 6 2 95 29 Fred I. Doty, lot 7 9KVi NEH PT E 61 rd 11 95 29 Henry C. Klatnp and H. E. Rlst, Lot 4 NW% NEH nml N H rd Lot 7 RV It 3 II 93 :o Mrs. Hattte Kuhn *S14 of fol. com at pt 22 rd S and 1 rd W of NE cor W 10 rd S 8 rrt E 10 rd N to hR 11 95 29 Kathrlne Qulnby Lot 1 NVVV, N\\'H 12 95 29 1935 2«.«3 1.26 1935 1935 1935 45.14 2.14 .30 .30 17.12 1.4S !».tT 11T2 4:8* «*.!» 4T.«1 4359 206 .30 45%»5 33.59 1.68 .30 33.17 1935 33.29 1.58 .30 SB.IT 19.15 1935 193S 1935 1935 71.7S 8.90 3.59 4.48 8.55 2.37 .20 .60 .30 .08 .30 1935 (35.S2 1935 14 25 C 1 . Tt \Vm. Lrt Hnrrr Hii*cl IB l.nte A. T. Starr** Add. 62 1935 1935 193." 30.09 1935 32.08 E. .T. Neville lots 15-16-17-18 H. J. Thompson 19-20-21-12 Helen Mrs. Wm. Ellis went to Chicago Friday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Maurice O'Connell and children. Mrs. Josephine Scrlbner and Merle and the Arthur Rlleys attended the Wm. Bordwell funeral at Livermore Wednesday. Lois Jean Maaterson, the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson, Corwlth, spent last week at the DeRae Godfrey home. Mrs. Wm. Ellis, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. S. P. Sorenson will be hostesses to the Methodist Aid at the city hall, Wednesday, Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Delafietd, Los Angeles, California, are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hardcopf and family and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. V. V. Schuldt and Mrs. Ray Stone attended a district meeting of the Methodist Women's Home Missionary society at Estherville last week Tuesday. Oak Piirtc Add. 1935 1935 Pl«e GIWTC Add. Pletch 5 1936 Hill Cnwt Add. M, II. & F. E. Bartholomew 12-13 3 19,15 M. H. & F. E. Bartholomew 14-15-16-17 ,1 1935 Allre Danson '18-19 3 1935 F. H. ShackPlford ..'20-21 3 1935 ALGONA DISTRICT NO. Call's Add. Anderson Newcllle 1.39 2.97 B.02 6.02 .10 .19 .SO .32 .94 .72 .0.1 .13 .28 .28 74.7S S.I4 4.81 .30 .30 .30 38.72 .30 14.81 .60 31.63 .30 33.08 .30 .30 .30 .30 1.7Z S.4» «.«* 6.SO 66.78 3.10 .30 69.18 26.36 .69 .30 27.2S (Jrace etal Grace etal David E. Hoaa Albertlna Anderson Newcllle 1935 HeRnrty 3-4-5-6 Thiel" '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.3-4 40 193S 72 1935 91) 1935 100 1935 BANCROFT INCORP. Or1*1onI Plat 1 1935 1 1936 1 1935 1936 1936 1935 1935 1935 1936 1935 .l»36 1935 1935 6.70 24.61 12.50 5.09 5.09 11.06 7.76 7.36 .13 1.35 1.12 .23 .52 .17 .17 DELINQUENT TAX LIST The following la a true and correct list of all lands and town lot* In Kosauth County. Iowa, on which the taxea for the year 1935 and provloun yearn arc due and unpaid, as appears from the several tax Hats In my office. Notice la hereby Riven that unless the taxes, Interest and costn are sooner paid, the following described lands and town lots or so much thereof as Is necessary to pay the said tax. Intereat and costs thereon, will be gold at the County Treasurer's office In AlKonft, Kossuth County. Iowa, on the first Monday In December A. D. 1936. between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of the said day until all of said landN 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 offered previously but remalnirg unpaid and unsold, this fact Is Indicated by an asterisk (..) preccedng the Martha n. Lynch • 4 Martha K. Lynch • 5 Martha II. Lynch • 6 Ida .1. Sarchctt 3 Ida J. Sarchett 4 Ida J. Sarchett EH 6 Elizabeth O. Wost 10 John Jacobs 3 John Jacobs 4 Hubert Dclperdang- 6 Hubert Delperdang 6 Eva Chapman 7 Eva Oliapmar. 8 W. A. Murray 8 120' 1 B 10' of H 83 1-3 ft 2 4 1935 Nellie Lupin 4 4 1936 Nellie Lupin r. 4 1935 J. H. Menlte • N 70' 7 N 70' 8 9-10 f. 1935 Ira C. (llllclaml 11 6 1936 Frances C. Hart «14 9 1935 J. H. Welp H 10 A of OL 3 lying N of Ramsey St. ex Murry A Robinson tracts 1935 McClellan F. Dmlillng ...'3 7 1935 McClellrin F. DuddlnR *4 7 1935 Bancroft Com. Club ....*4 8 1935 Wm. Carolan 14 8 1935 Catherine Carolan 15 8 1935 DavU Snb. Dlv. of nik. 18 W. T. U Co. lut Add. Jcr.nlo Davis 2 13 1935 Otto J. Menke . ...»WH G 13 1935 W. L. Lot Co. lit Add. 4.50 4.49 4.50 6.33 6.76 .84 9.25 1.30 1.30 38.99 3.70 3.89 3.88 18.50 24.43 4.02 .39 .39 .39 .14 .IS .02 .43 .03 .09 I.7« .18 .18 .18 .87 1.14 .18 204.72 17.86 19.01 ,43 127.96 11.16 .80 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .30 .60 6.13 26.46 14.2* 6.(2 5.62 11.17 8.13 7.83 (.4* 6.48 6.4» «,77 7. SI 1.16 9.»g 39.0.1 4.H 4.17 4.3C lt.«T 2S.87 4.60 221.11 19.74 131.71 34.50 6.94 6.94 64.58 16.89 14.78 1.61 .61 .61 4.75 .38 .33 M. J. DUFFT. Treasurer of Kossuth County. Iowa. ALOONA DISTRICT NO. 1 Original Plat N'nuirit Part of Bee. Srv. Twp. Aerra Year of or Town, Add or or or and Sold Otrnmw Sob-dlvl»on Lot Blk RK lOOa for Tax Int. Coctn Total Minnie Hoppe NVi of lots 1-2 Hurton A. Thorpe ...... 8 Frank Wlnkcl .......... 1 L. A. Oronwatl ...... 8% 1 U. A. Qronwall ...... B% 2 U A. Qronwa.ll ........ 1- 4 L. A. Oronwall «& W 10' 7 A. Vanderllrden ---- SH 1 Walter F. Dodda ctal ..7-8 Perry St. John .......... 2 I'erry St. John .......... 3 Terry St. John Perry St. John Perry St. John Wilbur SI. John Wilbur St. Wilbur St. SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK 49 Head of Livestock Head of Horses One roan gelding 12 yrs. old, wt. 1400; mare 10 yre. old, wt. 1300; roan mare 2 yra bay mare 11 yns. old, wt. 1200. old, wt. 1350; gray LuVerne Club Has Education Program Lu Verne: "An American Doctor's Odyssey," written by Victor Helser, M. D., was reviewed by Mrs. Ray Stone at the meeting ol the Progressive Women's club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. U. Llch- ty waa hostess and fourteen members and one guest, Jennie Mason, were present. Education Week was observed with each member telling of a leader In education for roll call. Mrs. H. D. Meyer was leader in a panel discussion on Adult Education preceding the book review. The next meeting will be held December 1st instead of the regular date which is the day following Thanksgiving. For Players and Rooters Alike Kathcrinc Katherliifl Katlu-rlnu Knthrrlne KuthiTlm- John John John • < Holrtren 1 llolclrcn 2 Hohlreu X Holdrrn 4 llolrtri'n r. Hohlrfli ft A. H. Holilri'n '7-8 Katherlni! Ilolilrcn 1 Katherfiie Holilrun 2 Kathcrlnu Holcirer 3 Kathfrlm; Holilren 4 '•^nrl Howman 7 (liiBIa Muckuy S K. J. Murlagh 1 II. C. Holilren r, .lane I)ury<*a 1 II. W. Tost Head of Cows Eleven Hotetein milk OOWB. some fresh spring; Hotetein bull 2 yre. old; 2-year-old small calve* now, balance Holstein heifer; to freshen before 9 heifer calves; 3 80 WELL BRED HAMPSHIRE SOWS wt. from 160 to 200 Ibs., all Immune. ^••••M^sMMMMBMBBJMMMBMMMBMBMs^BBMIMsMMMMHMPBBBI Farm Machinery, Etc. plow; mower; 2-row corn plow; single-row corn 8-ft. disc; 6-ft. John Deere (Jane olow sulky plow; walking plow; walking corn plow; 20-ft. flexible harrow; K ft mower- 12-ft. hay rake; Minesota hay stacker and buck; endgato A~- hlv rack and wagon; wagon; side-delivery rake; McCormick grain bind- f» •McCormick corn binder; John Deere cream separator, with electric mo- Internatlonal manure spreader; 2 sets britching harness. er, l tor; 7 TONS ALFALFA HAY IN BARN. TERMS—Cash, or see your banker. Sidney Waliburg IOWA STATE BANK, AL&OKA, Cteriu Walter II. Klamp . .W 2-3 5 Marie IJchty N 30' 5 H. A. Matson S 102' 5 H. A. Matann W V4 6 Oall L. 1'ettlt et al VV 1-3 1 (lull I.. 1'ettlt <•! al . .13 1-3 2 Ucme & J. O. Slgsben M 1-3 .1 l.ela B. Seclv, trustee. .. . 6 13. A. Boss. K 44' of N 44' 7 N 44' 8 P. A. Dansor 3 \V. C. A I>. A. Dnnson ... 4 1*. A. Hanson elal 5 I>. II. ftot-ders 4 Ida A. Walker NH of lot 3-4 KoBsulh ("o. St. Bk 5-6 f. R. Chubb •• If. 10. Hist & Ralph Mllli-r I.utH 1-2-3-4 W. PclKl 5 W. PuKt 6 W. Pout 1 II. Attains 7 Nordstrom 6 1 liahl K t-' s Klnier .1. Kelly 7-S John William* 1 Williams 2 Williams 1 William* 2 Williams I! Williams I & I'. A. Hanson ... l S. Halvergon 1-2 Mrs. Sidney .S|,ear . . . . N ',-, 4 Ida Muu Pi-siotnlk . .NV4 3 2 4 5 7 7 7 7 8 10 10 10 10 10 11 U 11 11 12 12 12 r.'. 12 13 13 1" 13 13 1.1 15 17 22 .1 22 H 4 2S 2.1 2r, 27 27 27 2* 43 44 •IH r,o l-.ylu John Isal. ohn John John J»hn John \V. C Anna A. l-ucy Suttun Uarton N f^i lot j t-ub Dlv Lot Ilartun 1-nts 1-2-3-4 Sub Dlv lol C'. Llzi-r 64 711 SO til Hrarrrjif lou 5 Cairn 91 I*. A. Uanson *.' K. Itt.ss Anton ZHtrltscli K.H K. N. Taylor 2 152 Olllla MuCull!) 5-6-7-8 15* Paul Hanson 5-6 159 Otlo Ksser 1>>4 Bert B BaKlwIn 3 217 Olllla Mcl'all 21» Nicholas Joseph Kneiis .2-7 229 Paul C. IK-llt-nfi-Id trustee- 12 276 I» V. Andrews NH 2 277 lid Vuumar. 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Hattle Llchlltcr ---- 12 ohn Jacobs ............ 4 •'rcdlna Anderson ...... • 1 'rcdlna Anderson ...... • 2 Christine Peterson ...... 17 .'hrlntlnn Peterson ...... IS Anderson ............ *19 Anderson ............ *20 Albert Cutler .......... * 6 rcilr.nheth WUmom ...... 7 Elizabeth Wllmers ...... g A. W. Kennedy .......... 11 Kate ScbenkelberK 12-13-14 Kate Schenkelberg beg 21 67183 E of SYV cor of NWM Sec. 24-98-29 N 20 rd 13 8 rd 8 20 rd W to t>K '. II. McNertney, boir 8\V or NVVH thenee W 32' N 631' K 32' S to bcfr \Vm. Carolan ........... 5-6 fuhert I 't'lpenlantf ..... 'J .47 .IIS .43 .11 .32 .94 .11 .05 1.92 1.2(3 8.99 J. 7 6 Eva Kuby Tuwne Otto OtLu Kalkenhalner Falkenhaiuer 278 193:, 1335 1935 Cl. W. Yatstr N. Victor Lowo . . . F. H. SluBlc O. U McKarland I 1 . A. Duiinun Anna Wclr Altju B. Helming!. Matuon, i'cuKiiut & Hose L. Joiu-ti . . • • Attjo B. Hvnnlngs . Mubul I.unJ H. Ii Hist it Uuy Mai- Jones .. Mary J. Ward Koulna C'allle; VV. J. Becker 3 4 5 £> 16 7 9 Suutrt'n Addllluu 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 N i 17-18 ull l!7-2* ..SVi 24 27S full .. . -HVi 4 12 ..1-2-3-4 '11 8 2 1 C«ll'« Third Addition Llchty 9-10-11 2 1935 1-2 3 1936 1 4 1935 4-5 G 1935 Manlor 6 C 1935 < Mll'» S«U<h AddUlOB .1-2-3-4-5 1 1936 6 1 1935 Cull'* Park AddUluB 13 2 193C lufhmm'm Addllluu 1 lti.0:: 9tJ 6!) lul 61 39.CJ 42.7.', 25.3G 15.70 S.21 19 80 10.33 14.25 1.74 713 .61 23 46 4.36 1980 69.44 ,i)li 1.2U .74 .72 .94 23 32 .01 .33 .01 1.11. .94 2.81 311 .3D .30 .30 . f :o .31) .30 .3") 3U .30 .30 .CO .30 3u 1 IU 4.K 2«.7h :t.s 'J.9 5.46 14 821.05 5.33 1 II 28.19 199.49 83.3 16.6'J 101.5i 109.8 45.2 44.U 26.8 167 9.5 21 0 10 SO 14.87 14 14 14 14 16 16 16 18 18 22 22 22 22 It 2 Add. 1935 1935 1935 1935 1934 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 1935 193G 1136 1935 14.80 61.17 2.41 2.41 4.09 42.65 7.64 1.60 1.61 18.50 14.78 11.44 1.74 1.61 1.61 2.73 51.16 34.36 36.19 3.70 2.01 11.74 .69 4.46 .11 .11 .36 3.73 .85 .07 .07 .87 .33 1.00 .15 .07 .07 .24 1.66 2.48 1.78 .17 .06 .26 .30 .60 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .60 .30 .30 .CO .CO .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .80 .(0 .30 .30 .60 .60 .to .30 .30 .30 .30 3«.41 d IB 8.1S 1.31 .03 1931 Call'* South Add.' 2 1936 Mrarlrn- Add. ildl,- Vt-tlKi-r 9 2 19.15 ran- I.. Mlll.s •(). I,. 1 |i|;(r, riici- I. Mills •<). U L- 19.16 Marrhounr l«t Add. riH. 11. Mi'nkP N',4 13 14 1 1935 [nniiah R Hunt 6 3 19.16 [annar 13. Hunt 7 3 1935 tenson Soarlo HV4 O. U 8 1935 - 1.82 H3.79 34.97 92.48 101 18.60 .08 .78 1.18 . OB .00 4.34 .07 .87 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .BO .60 .30 .30 .30 3.22 .14 .30 Morrkouar Sub. Olv. of O. t,. 1-3-3-4 MorrbonM lad Add. 1T.S7 16.41 18.7» 51.13 L82 t.tt B.*4 4«.(8 i.17 1.9S it.rr 16.11 1S.«4 2.4» l.*t 1.9* S.BT £3.41 3T.4« SI.07 4.17 2.1C III* 1.64 2>t« 34. ar. 26. 4S 1.1* MS 97.11! 1.91 19.«7 3.16 Hrarlcs 1 tt-iiHoii Sfc-iirli-H 2 . A. Ourmon 3 . A. Hanson 1 cnnoii Hourles <i . K. Michel 10 II Pnwrm '14 anna I-'. Hunt 1 j'. MurtOKl! . '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' n Mlchi-l • 7 Michel & K. J. Mur- \. I-: A. i;. BKh •:. .1. \. K. W. J V .1 W. .1 Michel MO Wi-l|> Ml Well, *I2 Welp M.I W. J. WeIp •H Anil. 1'lnl ..HVi 1 1935 1935 1935 193.', 1931, 193!. 193!, 1935 193T, 19:15 1935 mar, IMS .67 .80 .80 .80 .80 1.60 17.34 1.61 2.90 2.90 2.90 Mary M»»Vrtliy Annie Kelieinmel ttTBon Searle ex IfiO'xCU' n NK cor VrnoH it. Klnni.-y HH'/. isar, 1935 193T, 193.', 1935 1935 1935 2.90 2 91 2.91 2.90 2.91 2.91 2.81 IM-OK-JB 1935 18.08 193D •'.llzil Ollel <:il2:L (I.I, I Hll7.:i I'Me KII/iL I )'.le Kll/.a (Id.-I Win. MrC . . W ', . . W S, . \V '.. . \\ r Vj . \v •» . I I « •!!'. Third 7 H S 8 9 K Job i. \. \\lukrl I'li-mei-l 1935 1935 Add. ] 935 1935 1936 193T, 19.15 1935 1936 36.99 3.2: 23.12 0 07 .42 42 .42 42 .12 2.54 2.64 .28 .02 .02 .02 .02 .02 .07 1.62 .07 .21 .24 .- 4 .24 .24 .24 .24 .24 .24 .24 .31 1.74 .14 1.09 .11 .09 .09 .09 .09 .09 .21 .21 ..10 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .to .30 .60 .60 .60 .30 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .60 . .n i.u i. « . 19.4« l.«* 3.74 3.74 3.74 . 3.7* 375 1.74 3.7k J.7» 17S 18. W '» Sub. Ill* lit ti 1-3 of S',,j N\VV« IS-tM-ZW Mm I Mum HUKT INT. Original I'lul Miirlin iiai i nik' CJraliiim Vll.il.l-- Vlnuas -a II ItliiKiilurr Xub. lilt, of 193. r , l!13. r , 1934 Daisy l',,,iniliis N i 'ha.- ; I.arson . . Mrs. ll.-lln I'.e/in lluelr, 'J lliraln WiLI-l . . . I.. II Hi< .!<'! . . Katie Jtelil/. J uhi. -Mini a y . . . .S l'j:il in.'ir, 19.'f. r , 1936 I.Ol I Kill IU;K, i l>l Add. 1936 id Add. 1935 1935 "II. lu 9.31 53.3S 23. it 8 :js.r,« 1.30 L',05 I fit Lot ii.67 9.3S 24 00 J.55 3.22 2.HS .17 .or, .n .Oj i ti.9 , 1.02 .21 1.15 .30 .60 .HI) .60 .3U .3U .30 .tin .30 3D .30 3.6« 24.61 5.4* .11 -.11 ,81 .81 .*! 3 SI, 8. 1C 11.74) 10.7» E.6.1* 27. 7» 2.4* 5.1 » 2.4* 17.7* C.5M 25. <t 9.S» Add. uud Hall. Dlv. ol ink*. 1-2 Uorll'i Add . 11 . ... lu- II 1 . I- I,dttle I-: lej.se .\l Jess,- M Blall Clisl Has MnrlMich'* ^ II,ildlliK haKl \V T.V 3 \\' 1(10' •'. . . . . W i',l/ 3 Aild. A " 1U3T rj:ir> i a j f. 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