(la.) Upp«r DM Molrm TuMday, July 13, 1965 Real Estate Transfers Clark, Nellie G., Widow to- Nellie G. Clark, J. G. Graham 6-9-65 Comm. at pt. 16.739 chains So. of NW corner of SW 1/4 see rec.j 24-97-29. Garrett, Carl. & Ethel, Gene W. & Clara Garrett to William J. Hansen 6-11-65 A pt. of NE 1/4 NE • 1/4 comm. see rec.; 24-99-28.. McKellar, Glen D. & Lillian M. to Clara M. Cronan 6-11-65 E 52' of Lot A of Resurvey of Hargreaves Add., Algona. Ogg, Harriet & Clyde to Celestin A. Foxhoven 6-14-65 Tract in W 1/2 SE 1/4 see rec.; 195-29. Richardson, Ronald K. & Margie R. to William J. Hansen 6-11-65 A pt. of NE 1/4 NE 1/4 beg. see rec.; 24-99-28. Romer, John & Verna to John 6 Verna Romer and Jim P. Romer 6-11-65 N 50' of W 48' of W 1/2 of Lot 11 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 2-95-29. Seymour, Lucile Hoyt & Dean to Donnabell White & Betty Reichman 6-9-65 NW frl 1/4 2-9530. Smith, David A. & Esther P., Leona May Smith sgl. toCelestin Foxhoven et ux 6-14-65 Tract of land in W 1/2 SE 1/4 see rec.; 1-95-29. Waldron, John P. Jr. & Marjorie to John Waldron 6-14-65 Undiv. int. in N 1/2 O. P. lots 7 & 8 blk 87 & O. P. lot 3 blk 32; Algona. Waldron, John & Irene P. Waldron Jr. 6-14-65 Undiv. int. in O. P. lots 10 & 11 blk 3 and S 1/2 Woodworth Add. lot 5 blk 3; Algona. Crawford, Ellen Lillian, Exec., George Crawford, Exec, to G rover Giddings et ux 6-95-65 Lot 5 of Ringsdorf s Subdiv. of lot 1 of S 6 Acres of OL 1, Burt. Theesfield, John J. & Ella to Arnold W. Hansen et ux 614-65 Park Add. Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 blk 4; Fenton. City of Algona to Glenn J. Rike 6-9-65 All that pt. of vacated alley in'blk 11 lying between lots 1 & 2 & Lots 7 & 8 blk 11 0. P., Algona. Robinson, E. E. & Ruth M. to Eugene Faulstich et ux 525-65 That pt. of Call's Add. lot 1 blk 152; Desc. as see rec.; Algona. Boettcher, Alvin E. & Muriel, Leonard & Lillian, Clarence C. & Patricia to Henry J. Boettcher 5-21-65 Undiv. int W 1/2 NE frt 1/4 20-99-27. Boettcher, Henry J., Widower, Leonard & Lillian, Clarence C. & Patricia to Alvin E. Boettcher 5-21-65 Undiv. int. in E 1/2 NE Frl 1/4 20-99-27. Heidenwith, Ellsworth A. & Da Mae to John L. Carlson 5-20-65 O. P. Lot 13 blk 7; Whittemore. Post, Elisabeth E., Widow to Richard - B. Post 5-21-65 Lot 5 blk 53 W. 4' 0. P. lot 6 blk 53 & S- «0* O. P. lot 4 blk 53, Algona.. Roberts, Dan P. & Helen K. to Eugene Faulstich, Et ux 525-65 Call's Add (Also land index) | lot Z blk 152; Algona. Sharp, Anna A. & G, A. to Ralph W. Bierstedt 5-25-65 SE 1/4 18-97-29. Bierstedt, Ralph W. & June I. to June I. Bierstedt 5-25-65 Undiv. 1/2 int. in SE 1/4 1897-29. Stattleman, Frank P., Exec, to Harold Frideres, Undiv. 1/2 Gary N, Frideres, Undiv. 1/4; Howard J, Frideres, Uudiv, 1/4 5-24-65 N 1/2 SW frl 1/4 19- Boekelman, Harry & Dagney to Harry Boekelman, et ux 617-65 N 70* 8" 0. P. lot 1 blk 53; Algona. • Falkenhainer, Marie, Widow to Judith M. Thoreson 6-23-65 V,' frl 1/2 NE frl 1/4 4-96-27. Heyer, Lawrence G. & Marilyn J. to Norbert B. & Helen E.Meier 6-21-65 Hill & Hall's Add. lots 7 & 8 blk 10; Titonka. Wocke, Walter & Frieda, Glenn & Lorraine; Marvin & Doris to William Wlrtjes et ux 6-22-65 5 1/2 0. P. lots 1 & 2 blk 14; Lakota. Legler, Earl R. & Pearl to. Willard Clayton Snustad et ux 6-22-65 Call's Add. lot 6 blk 229; Algona. Loge, Sig T. & Arlene Ida to Richard L. Bauer et ux 6-21-65 NE 1/4 8-98-30. Smith, Luella & Roland; Verna 6 Clarence Schwarz to 6-22-65 5 1/2 O. P. lots 1 & 2 blk 14; Lakota to William Wirtjes. Snustad, Willard Clayton & Carolyn to Dennis Joseph Bradley et ux 6-22-65 Call's Add. lot 6 blk 229; Algona. Zwiefel, Merrill E. & Phyllis L. to Myrtle Zwiefel 6-22-65 Beane's Add. lot 1 blk 1; Burt. Farmers & Merchants State Bank to Sig T. Loge et ux 6-2165 NE 1/4 Bk. 142 Pg. 16 8-9830. Bauer, Russell D. & Golda to Richard L. Bauer 6-21-65 NE 1/4 8-98-30. Eischeid, Darold, sgl. to Evelyn Froehlich 6-23-65 SE 1/4 & E 1/2 E 1/2 SW 1/4 2-95-28 6 SW 1/4 12-95-28. Moskalski, Joan T. & Ronald to Edward W. Ruhnke et ux 623-65- S 1/2 Call's Add. lot 13 blk 277; Algona. Pratt, Merle E. & Shirley to Louis Lynk et ux 6-25-65 N 1/2 Lot 5 blk 42 Algona. Rooney, Joseph M. & Jean M. to Charles E. Behr et ux 6-2865 A tract beg. 70 rds. W. & 28 1/2 rods N. of SE corner 295-29 (thence see rec.) Rosenmeyer, Mary & Arthur C. to Johanna Klemm 6-28-65 W HO 1 lots 11 & 12 blk 11 0. P. St. Benedict. Krull, Mabel Pearl & Claus J. to Mabel Pearl & Claus J. Krull 6-24-65 E 1/2 Hill&Hall's Add. lots 1 & 2 blk 6; Titonka. Owens, Paul C. & Arline to Charles E. Sheakley et ux 6-2865 N 1/2 0. P. lots 1 & 2 blk 52; Algona. Plott, Carol L. & Reva U. to Joseph M. Rooney et ux 6-2865 N 4 rds of Lot 4 exc. W. 79* 5 6 rds. of Lot 3 exc. W. 79' 6 E 8 rods of N 4 rds. ofS 10 rods of Lot 3 Aud's Plat of Lot 3 11-95-29. Schwartz, Robert A. & Jeanne A. to Richard L. Ottman, et ux 6-24-65 S 1/2 Lot 8 blk 8 & all of Cook's Add. lot 9 blk 8; Swea City. Froehlich, F. H., Trustee to Evelyn Froehlich 6-23-65 Undiv. 2/6 int. in 1/2 of SE 1/4 & E 1/2 E 1/2 SW 1/4 2-95-28 & SW 1/4 12-95-28. Schrader, Clifford V. to Hattie T. Schrader 6-28-65 Buell's 2nd Add. lots 5 & 6 blk 1 and subdiv. of blk 1 & 2 Buell's Add., Burt. Schrader, Hattie to Clifford V. Schrader 6-28-65 N 75'plat of S 6 A. of QL 1 Lot 3 Burt. Sheriff of Kossuth Co. to Clara Eggert 6-28-65 W 1/2 0. P. blk 32 E 1/2 of that pt. of 5th St., 0. P, see rec.; Wesley. ADDING MACHINES ft TYPEWRITERS At The Upper DCS •1 built this little room for myself, and as soon as I can afford it I plan to build a bedroom for the kids." Attending will be - Sharon Roethler, Richard Thomsen, Linda Dodds, Linda Meehlhause, Margaret Powers, Paul Thoreson, Rod Scuffham, Vicki McQuire, Luan Brandt, Judy Thomsen, Steve Detrick, Linda Hoeppner, Charlene Thilges, Lenora HUbert, Matt Clark, Cindy Long, Thomas Lynch, BonitaKiilsholm, James Richardson, HarlanMetz- ger, Helen Skow, Reuben Skow, Mary Alstott, Bethene Trexel, Mark Bierstedt, Sheila Frideres, Karl Kiilsholm, Mrs. S. L. Powers, Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomsen. The delegation will pay for the entire trip from their own pockets and any individual or business wishing to contribute to these better citizens for tomorrow should contact the Extension Office. The 4-H'ers and their adult chaperones are Chartered Bus Trip, 4-H, For 35 In August The Kossuth County 4-H clubs have been selected to send a delegation of young people to the National 4-H Center in Washington, D.C. During the last week of August, approximately 35 4-H'ers and their adult chaperones will board a chartered bus for the national capitol. There the 4-H'ers will receive special training on how to be better Americans when they participate in a week long citizenship short- course. DICKY.. DAISY HE WON'T COME DOWN-HE Y PROBABLY KMOWS YOU'VE BEEN DRINKING STREN6TH BUILDIN6 MILK FROM currently enrolled In a ten hour citizenship study course offered by the Extension Service. Memorial Gifts Made To Library LUVERNE - Memorial gifts amounting to $138.50 has been given by the family of Helen Blumer to the LuVerne Library in which Helen had a special interest. Later Paul Blumer reported a recent donation of $20 from the Evinrude Motors, Milwaukee Wise., where her son Ralph Blumer is employed. W. F. Blumer, Minneapolis, Minn., brother of Paul Blumer also donated $20.00. New Vehicle Sales Dip In Recent Week Sales of new vehicles dipped in Kossuth county last week, with only 11 registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. Owners are: Chevrolet - D. J. Duffy, Algona, truck; M. T. McGuire & Co., Algona, pickup; Marion or Irene Stucki, Fenton, pickup; and Kemna Motor Co., Bancroft, pickup. Ford - No. Cent. Pub. Serv. Co., Algona, pickup; and W. T. Rentz, Hurt, pickup. IHC - Bancroft Imp. Co. Honda - M. L. Johnson, Burt; and Z. R. Dodds and R. S. Clark, Algona. Suzuki - F. T. Bode, Algona. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! SnAJtr savers plan summer profits. Save by the 10th here to earn .for the tufJ month... enjoy more good current rate per annum, Folk* oi all ag«t na«d - and like - Homofl«nti«d Milk, fervt It with tvcry mtal. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month