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, (lo.) Upper D#* Mo In** Tuetdey, May 4, 196S Real Estate Transfers Antoine, James D, & Frances to Kenneth J. & Marine Mulligan 4-19-65. Lot - etc. N. 200' Lot 11 blk 2 & Call's Add. Bancroft lots 12, 13, & 14,15 blk 2. Barton, Grover C. & Esther to Catherine Woodcock, Widow 4-19-65 Comm. at SE corner of lot 10 blk 1 which is also NE corner of lot 11 blk 1; Hillcrest Add. see rec.; Algona. Kramer, Sebastian & Elizabeth to James H. Smith et ux 4-14-65 N 4 rds. A. P. of Re- serv. #1 lot 2 blk 1; Algona. Ploeger, Ernest, unmarried to Clarence Louie Ploeger 4-19-65 Undiv. 1/7 tnt.SWl/436-100-29. Reicks, Etta Jane & David Arthur to Francis J. King et ux 4-19-65 Hill Crest Add. lots 11 & 12 blk 1; Comm. at SE corner of lot 10 blk 1 which is also NE corner of lot 11 blk 1 Hill Crest Add. see record; Algona. Sharp, Alvin Delbert & lona to Robert C. Lemkee et ux 419-65 Undiv. int. 0. P. lot 1 blk 49; Algona. Vera, Theodore & Elaine B. to Kyle Keith 4-15-65 S 1/2 0. P. lots 7 & 8 blk 66; Algona. Woodcock, William G. & Louise, Francis A. & Bonnie; Richard L., sgl. Jerome H. et al to Francis J. King et ux 4- 19-6C Hill Crest Add. lots 11 & 12 blk 1 & comm. at SE corner of Lot 10 blk 1 which is also NE corner of Lot 11 blk 1 Hillcrest Add. (see rec.) Alg. Woods, Harry & Hazel Elizabeth to Charles J. Lickteig and Donald V. Lickteig 4-13-65 Sl/2 NE 1/4 & NW 1/4 & SE 1/4 '& NE 1/4 & SW 1/4 & E. 2 rds. W 25 Acres SW 1/4 SE 1/4 subject to easements of rec- ord for public hwy. 34-96-28. Leaneagh, Jerry D. & Helen M. to Russell G. Buchanan 420-65 S 4 1/8' lot 3 blk 49 & N 2 7/8' 0. P. lot 4 blk 49. Christensen, C. H. 4 Gladys to Clarence H. Christensen 4-Z-65 SW 1/4 30-97-27. Christensen, Clarence H. to Gladys Mary Christensen 4-2-65 E 1/2 NE 1/4 4-96-27 NW 1/4 3-96-27. Barger, W. H. & Frederlcka G. to the First Methodist church of Swea City 4-1-65 W 40' of Lot 1, 2, 3 & 4 blk 7 A W 40' of OL 2 Clarke's Add., Swea City. Donovan, Ralph A. 4 Lydia B. to.Nick Miharas 3-31-65 Call's Ave. Add. Lots 6 blk 240; Algona. Downs, J. 0. & Leona to M. A. & Susan Arndorfer 3-31-65 W 74' Lot 12 blk 10 & W 74' St. Benedict Lot 13 blk 10. Erdman, Emma to Lawrence Erdman, Raymond, Matt, Victor Joseph Erdman 4 Elizabeth GoetZ' 4-2-65 Undiv. 1/3 int. Call's Add. lot 4 blk 4, Wesley. Jansen, Andrew H. & Johanna to Grace L. Smith 4-6-65 lot 3 blk 16 Lakota. Larson, Nelson, sgl. to Bancroft Bldg. Co. 4-5-65 Western Town Lot Go's. First Add. Lot 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 blk 16; Bancroft. Nelson, Raymond T. & Florence E. to Dale, Maurice & Richard Blair 4-2-65 E 1/2 NE 1/4 17-99-29., Newel, Lyle C. & Ruth P. to Lyle C. Newel et ux 4-1-65 SW 1/4 4-97-30. Paulus, Harold J. &BerniceP. to Lyle C. Newel et ux 4-1-65 Undiv. int. in SW 1/4 4-97-30. Jusf Pocket Change every day can buy a young family more security through life insurance. LOUIS H. REILLY pine WNM*W*ITI* • •• •••• "1 W.IT NlMA.O* "•••"• ALOOryA.tl.pWA »0*H WEW YORK LIFE fNSURANCt COMPANY Life Insurance • HoeJth tneuranra 9 Annuities OrouB.InMranoo •) Pension PUpa Reding, Joseph & Elizabeth to Joseph Reding et ux 4-6-65 NE 1/4 27-96-30 NW 1/4 NW 1/4 26-96-30. Savers, Junis E. et al to Dale, Maurice, Richard Blair 4-2-65 E 1/2 NE 1/4 17-99-29. Wernert, Ignatius J. & Alice to John B. Snere 4-1-65 Beg. 10 rds. A 11 ft. W. of SE corner of Lot 6 of A.P. of S. 41 1/2 Rds. SE 1/4 SE 1/4 (see rec.) 2-95-29. Wibben, Bennie B. & Grace M. to Lloyd G. Ashland et ux 4-1-65 Call's Add. lot 8 blk 161; Algona. Wibben, Bennie B. A Grace M. to Roger L. Fox et ux 4-2-65 5 100' 0. P. lots 7 A 8, 5 A 6 blk 12; Algona. Wittkopf, Edna A. A G.A. to Thomas E. Cogdall II et ux 331-65 0. P. exc. N. 3' lot 7 blk 31; Algona. First Presbyterian church of Algona to Stanley M Sorensen et ux 4-5-65 Call's Add. lot 4 blk 192; Algona. Nielsen, Tommy Peter, sgl. to Helen A Cecil Baldwin 4-565 Pt. of NE 1/4 NE 1/4 see rec. 21-98-30. Stenzel, Leonard A DeloresM. to Brian Zwiefel et ux 4-5-65 Subdlv. entitled plat of W 1/2 SW 1/4 lot 7 blk 7 Sec. 24 of Subdiv. of pt. of OL 6 A replat of OL 2, 5, 7 A 8 Burt. Chicago A Northwestern Railway Co. to Milo C. Johnson 3-31-65 That pt. of SW 1/4 comm. see rec.; 12-97-29. Grimm, Eli A Lena R. to Eli Grimm 4-2-65 W 1/2 SW 1/4 A NE 1/4 25-95-30. Wichtendahl, Herman, sgl. to George Wichtendahl 4-1-65 N 1/2 NE 1/4 35-95-30. Kohl, Ira A., Exec, to Robert J. Arend, et ux 4-1-65 S 66' of N. 156.25' of Lot 5 of Aud. Plat of Govern. Lot 3 see rec. 11-95-29. Belz, Regina A Charles to A. B. Cherland 4-12-65 S 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Belz, Regina A Charles to 0. T. Cherland 4-12-65 N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Burkhart, Laura A Werner 0. to Laura Burkhart 4-12-65 SW 1/4 17-98-27. Burkhart, Laura A Werner 0. to Joseph Kline Jr. 4-12-65 Way's Add. lot 1 blk 23; Titonka. Cage, Joan A Robert by Atty- in-fact Howard Newman et al to A. B. Cherland 4-12-65 S 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Cage, Joan A Robert by Atty- in-fact Howard Newman et al to 0. T. Cherland 4-12-65 N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. FROM HARRISON'S CHOOSE YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS NOW! GOLDEN GLORY DINNERWARE SET 20 PC. Set Reg. $2.98 1.99 FANCY NYLON TRICOT LADIES SLIPS Dbl. Skirt Reg. $2.98 2.17 SATIN SOFA PILLOWS Reg. $1.00 66 SEAMLESS NYLONS SPRING SHADES 3 pr. 99 BRACK'S 20 VARIETY Asst'd Chocolates 1 lb. Box 77 LADIES WHITE PURSES 2.33 New Style* Reg. $2.98 $ COMPLETE SELECTION OF MOTHER'S DAY GREETING CARDS From 5c to $1.00 ri sen's Mary Steinhorst Is Bride-To-Be Mrs. Tillie Vandevanter of Estherville, Iowa announces the engagement and coming marriage of her daughter, Mary AnnStein- horst to Duane Leroy Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Swanson of 168 Bennett Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Miss Steln- horst is employed at University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha, and Mr. Swanson is employed with Holmes Trucking Service in Omaha. The couple Is planning an August wedding and will reside in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Eischeid, Darold, sgU.et al to A. B. Cherland 4-12-65 S 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Eischeid, Darold, sgl. et al to 0. T. Cherland 4-12-65 N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Froehlich, Evelyn A F. H.. F. H. Froehlich, Trustee et al to A. B. Cherland 4-12-65 S 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Froehlich, Evelyn et vir F. H., F. H. Froehlich Trustee et al to 0. T. Cherland 4-12-65 N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Jessup, Edna A Wm. W. to A. B. Cherland 4-12-65 S 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Jessup, Edna A William W. to 0. T. Cherland 4-12-65 N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Kline, Joseph Jr., Sgl. George Kline, sgl. to Joseph Kline Jr. 4-12-65 Way's Add. lot 1 blk -23; Titonka. Kline, Joseph Jr., Sgl., George Kline, sgl. to Laura Burkhart 4-12-65 SW 1/4 17 : 98-27. Newman, Howard, sgl., A Harry A Delphine Newman; Yvonne A Larry Noel to A. B. Cherland 4-12-65 S 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Newman, Howard, sgl., Harry A Delphine Newman; Yvonne A Larry Noel to 0. T. Cherland 4-12-65 N 1/2 SW 1/4 4-97-29. Ogg, Harriet A Clyde to Phillip Diamond et ux 4-13-65 Lot 1 of Neal Smith's 2nd Add. Algona. Schrader, Charles G. A Esther to Merrill E. Zwiefel 4-13-65 Beane's Add. lot 1 blk 1; Burt. Smith, David A Esther, Leona Smith, sgl. et al to Phillip Diamond et ux 4-13-65 Lot 1 of Neal Smith's 2nd Add. Algona. Larsen, Marie D. A Henry M. to Rinerd Junior Johnson et ux 4-7-65 All that pt. of W 1/2 SW 1/4 (Comm. See. Rec.) 1899-29. Clark, D. F. & Lucile to W. R. Taylor 4-13-65 A tract comm. at a pt. in center of highway . on North line of - see record 9-94-28. 34 Lotts Creek Lassies Met On April 19 Lotts Creek Lassies met at St. Michael's Hall, April 19, with 34 members present and 11 guests. Maureen McDonnell and Jackie Detrick were chosen as camp delegates. Pledges were led by Barbara Kollasch and Marilyn Gengler. Talks were given by Jackie Detrick on "Good Lighting," Arlene Anliker on "What I Think a Home Should Be," Marlys Wagner on "The Origin of April Fool's Day," and Anne Foley on "Why I'm Proud of My Room". Demonstrations were given by Sharon Metzger on "How to Make a Cleaning Basket" and Janet Origer on "How to Make a Storage Box." Committee assignments were Maureen McDonnell, Janet Origer, and Colette Capesius. Happy Birthday was sung to Arlene Anliker, Maureen McDonnell, and LindaMuller. Karen Fuchsen led recreation. New embroidery stitches were taught to the members by the leaders, Mrs. Joe Besch and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch. Hostesses were Mary Vigdal, Marlys Wagner, and their mothers. Lotts Creek Leaders The April meeting of the Lotts Creek Leaders was held with Evelyn and Mark Bierstedt. Two delegates for district camp were chosen; they are Diane Pompe and Patty Ruhnke. Conferences and State 4-H camps were also talked about. The meeting ad- journed with the 4-H Pledge. Various games and stunts were enjoyed by all. Judy Wolter is reporter. LEDYARD BABY OWLS 01 interest on the Joe Menary farm south of Marengo is a family of baby great horned owls. The nest is high in a hay loft and after five weeks, the two owlets hatched and are fine COMMENDATION S/Sgt. Wayne L. Bass, AG Division, received an Army Commendation Medal while stationed in Orleans, France. S/Sgt. Bass is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harland Bass, rural New Hampton GREAT-GRANDMOTHER Mrs. Nellie Jackson celebrated her 90th birthday April 26th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Andrews of Storm Lake. Mrs. Jackson has 21 great- grandchildren. Laura Marie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson was baptized Sunday morning during the worship service at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church by the pastor, Rev. Victor Vriesen. Mr. and Mrs. Orvtlle Brandt took their son, Dale, to Luther College at Decorah Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Worthington of Lone Rock celebrated her 86th birthday on Wednesday, members of her family who spent the day with her were Edith Worthington of Chicago, Rose Brickert, Big Rock, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol and Sylvia and Hugo Worthington of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson entertained Edith Worthington and Rose Brickert at dinner Thursday. Sherry Klinksiek, Deanna Richter, Linda Plngel and her guest, Mary Besch, all students at Mankato, were weekend visitors at their respective homes here. Mr. and M.rs. Ralph Cayler and family of Bancroft were Sunday night supper guests at the Bernard Reilly home. Springfield township contributions for the heart fund amounted to $57.50. Assisting the chairman, Mrs, Irvln Brandt, in the campaign were Mrs. Marlin Runksmeier, Mrs. Lowell Under- bakke, Mrs. Myron Busch, Mrs. Edwin Dontje, Orville Brandt and Irvin Brandt. Easter seals chairman, Mrs. Bernard Reilly, reports that $70 was turned in from the town of Ledyard and Ledyard township. There will be a Cub Scout pack meeting at the Legion hall April 30. Matzener-Estle Legion Auxiliary will meet May 4. Hostesses will be Mrs. William Bauman and Mrs. Orville Brandt. CORD SETS » REPLACED PROMPT SERVICE ' It li really . . i* many werri and eVne>rotfi'tof«li o* 10 many eippllancsil' WHY TAKE CHANCES? We ton make a quick, Intxpiniive, M>e toplactmtnt. Bring your Appliance in TODAY) PRATTr;ElECTRIC t04 N; -Jon»» :- Algeria 295-5326 CO-OPERATIVES HELP BUILD Better Communities Co-operatives pay a large share of the taxes which flow into school improvements and other public services for the betterment of community life. In some Nebraska communities, cooperatives are the largest source of tax funds. The payment of taxes is a responsibility which co-operatives are proud to share with all other businesses in your community. BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR ___ J. I. 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