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jlOc^ER COPY First teSewdce .to headers S THE ANTIOCH NEWS, THURSDAY, NO VEMBER 20, 1958 First in Sesults to ; Advertise!*. :¥OI^ LXXIIL NUMBER;20 




ARCHITECTS' SKETCH OF the new Lake. Vllld Community Methodlit Church which will be consecrated Sunday in 
services at 7:30 pjn. The 300-seet structure, at the corner of McKlnley and Grand Ave., cost $145,000 and it designed 
far further eipanslon. It is the second protestant Church building to have been dedicated in Lake Villa in two months. 

Lake Villa Dedicates New Methodist 
Chapel In Sunday Evening Service 

Chicago Bishop To Deliver First Sermons 
In $145,000, 300 Seat Church Building 



Growth, of Lake Villa, now putting strains upon church facili- 
ties, will be relieved when the second new church building in two 
months is dedicated and consecrated next Sunday. 

The new building is the Community Methodist Church at 
McKinley and Grand Avea. Bishop* 



J. Ralph McGee, retired former 
bishop of the Chicago area, will 
preach the two Sunday morning ser- 
vices and the evening dedication 
service. 

The^ modern house of worship. was 
designed by William M. Cooley, 
A.LA., of Park Ridge, and is the 
third church, for the .Lake Villa con- 
gregation. The former church, in 
use since 1880,. was outgrown by the 
100-year-old congregation's member- 
ship which numbers about 400 now. 

Construction costs of the new 
building were about $145,000 and is 
built on a plot 300 by 800 feet. The 
building is designed for further ex- 
pansion. 

INVITED TO ATTEND the ser- 
vices are all Methodist Churches in 
the Rock River Conference and 
churches of other denominations in 
the lakes area. 

The main consecration service will 
be at 7:30 p.m. Sunday with Dr. 
Birger Dahl, superintendent of the 
Chicago Northern District of the 
Methodist Church assisting Bishop 
McGee. The Rev. Gerald B. Robin- 
son, pastor of the church, will pre- 
side. 

He will receive the church offi- 
cially from the architects and will 
turn it over to Jack Perry, chairman 
of the board of trustees. He in 
turn will present it to Bishop McGee 
for consecration. 

SPECIAL MUSIC will be provid- 
ed by a combined 60-voice choir of 
the junior, high school and adult 
choirs under the leadership of Mrs. 
Gerald Robinson. The choir will 
sing "Glorious Is Thy Church." Mrs. 
Robinson also will sing the offertory 
solo, "How Lovely Are Thy Dwell- 
ings." Susan Romer will accom- 
pany at the organ. 

Following the service will be a re- 
ception for Bishop McGee.' The com- 
mittee in charge of refreshments in- 
. eludes Mrs. Rober Roblin, Mrs. Jos- 

Mrs. R. Sibley Dies, 
Resident for 65 Years w 

Death Monday took one of the old- 
est residents of Antioch, Mrs. Rosa 
Sibley, 85, who lived at 1049 Victoria 
St., for the past 05 years. 

Her husband John, who died May 
2, 1943, was a well-known contractor 
here who built the old Antioch Grade 
School and many residences in this 
area. 

When he first came here, Mr. 
Sibley operated a butcher shop 
where Roblin Paint Store now 
stands. The Antioch News was lo- 
cated in the same building which 
was destroyed by fire. 

TMrs. Sibley was a life long resi- 
dent of this area, born at Kenosha 
Dec. 23, 1873. Since moving to An- 
tioch she lived a quiet life working 
in her vegetable and flower garden. 
Close friends of Mrs. Sibley said she 
preferred to dress in clothes of by- 
gone years in the later years of her 
life. 

An only child, Nason E. Sibley of 
Antioch survives. He is a retired 
contractor. A brother, three sisters 
and -. two grandchildren and three 
great-grandchildren also survive. 

The funeral was held Wednesday, 
(Details in Death Notices elsewhere 
in the paper). 



eph Mack and Mrs. James Connell. 
Others participating in the service 
will be William Cooley, architect, 
Roy Nordstrom, builder; Neil- Rei- 
del, clerk of the village of Lake 
Villa) and John Perry, chairman* of 
the church board of trustees. Harry 
Weber will serve as head usher. 

AN OUTSTANDING feature of 
the structure is a 30-foot; lannon 
stone tower which is the church's 
chancel or altar and clergy section. 

About 300 worshipers can be seat- 
ed in the nave of the new building. 
This includes overflow facilities. 

Two 20-foot high stained glass 
panels flank the altar. They feature 
colorful symbols depicting the life 
of Christ in chronological order. 

A large 15-foot walnut cross high- 
lights the chancel. All chancel fur- 
nishings, designed by Cooley, are 
finished in walnut with rich gold in- 
serts. Stained laminated beams con- 
trast with the walnut furnishings 
and the face brick wall of the nave. 

A LARGE BASEMENT social hall 
seats about 140 persons for dinner 
and other meetings. It also can be 
converted into nine classrooms by 
movable partitions. Adjoining is a 
modern kitchen featuring stainless 
steel equipment and birch cabinets. 

A permanent kindergarten and 
nursery are located on the first 
floor in addition to church parlor, 
office and minister's study. 

Parking for 60 cars is included 
on the church site which can be en- 
larged to incorporate sports facili- 
ties, a playground and space, for out- 
door social events. 

On Monday at 1:30 p.m. following 
the consecration Will be a tea for 
women of the congregation. Mrs. 
Charles W. Brashares, wife of the 
present Chicago area Methodist 
Bishop, will lecture on Methodist 
mttin work in South America. 
Bisrttp and Mrs. Brashares recently 
returned from Latin America and 
are bringing colored slides to illus- 
trate the lecture. 




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Unpaid Tax Lists 
Show Little Effect 
Of Recession 

The business recession of last fall 
and early 1958 did not have too 
great an effect upon Antioch and 
Lake Villa residents if the delin- 
quent tax lists of the communities 
are an indication. Payments of taxes 
usually is a bellweather of economic 
conditions. . 

"Collections have been, good this 
^^f^SS^f^Bn^Q^^j^ county 
treasurer. The list of Antioch and 
Lake Villa. township property with 
delinquent taxes will appear in next 
week's Antioch News. 

Property with taxes outstanding 
and with special assessments and in- 
terest due will be sold at auction at 
the court house beginning on Dec. 
29, Lunn said. Property owners 
whose property is listed in the rolls 
published can save their property 
by making the payments before the 
sale date. 

Sale of the property is dependent 
upon the county court fixing judg- 
ment of the correct amount of any 
tax paid under protest. Final judge- 
ment is to be made by Dec. 15. 



Backed by the success of its first 
two meetings, Antioch's Senior 
Center for' Senior Citizens will con- 
tinue now with plans to grow and 
help develop the interests of all 
the area's people over 00 years of 
age. 

First meeting on Nov. 12 was 
termed "highly successful" by Mrs. 
Thomas Pechousek, chairman of 
the Antioch Woman's Club commit- 
tee which sponsors the club. A sec- 
ond meeting was held yesterday. 

All senior citizens are invited 
to the third meeting to be held 
next Wednesday, '$ov. 26 at 11 a. m. 
at the Scout Plouse. There are no 
dues for membership in the club 
but those attending are asked to 
bring a sandwich. Tea, coffee and 
milk will be served, Mrs. Pechousek 
said. The next meeting will be -a 
social with cards and games to be 
played. Those having birthdays in. 
November will be honored. 

The senior citizens attending the 
first meeting in December will hear 
a topic of great Interest to those 
retired or on old-age pensions. 
Speaking v/ill be Bernard Barnett, 
manager of the'^Waukegan Social 
Security office to show f ilm3 and ex- 
plain new Social Security rulings. 
The Dec. 3 meeting will begin at 
1 pjn. 



er Seminars First In Plan 
All Area Units 'Think : Alike' 




Closer cooperation between the area grade schools and Anti- . 
bch High School on the basic level—reaching — will begin soon ,: ' 
when instructors from the schools meet. 

This is the first time that such a meeting* has been held to 
iron out the problems confronting teaching of children at all 
levels of the schools in the high 




Miss Eugenia Eaton of Whittier, 
California, returned home Friday 
after spending three weeks visiting 
with Mrs. Adah Overton at her home 
on North Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry Doose of Deerfield were 
guests of Mrs. Overton Friday eve- 
ning. 



Catholic Church 
Holds Clothing 
Drive Next Week 

St. Peter's Catholic Church will 
hold a used clothing drive during 
Thanksgiving week, Nov. 23-29, the 
Rev. Alfaed J. Henderson has an- 
nounced. 

Anyone wishing to contribute any 
practical garment in wearing con- 
dition, any usable blanket or co- 
verlet, any pair of practical shoes in 
good repair should bring them to 
the east door of St. Peter's anytime 
next week between the hours of 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Clothing collected will be dis- 
tributed to needy all over the world 
he said. 

"The need for used but s'tpll use- 
able clothing is truly a staggering 
one in many parts of the world. The 
American high living standard and 
its comparative freedom from want 
tend to obscure the fact that millions 
of people in other lands live. s in the 
most auyssmal poverty and depri- 
vation." Thanksgiving Week is an 
appropriate time for showing our 
gratitude for God's many gifts to us 
by helping to clothe the naked of 
today's world," he said. 



By Air Again- 
Private Plane 

Santa Claus will arrive by air 
again this year but high costs and 
scheduling difficulties will not al- 
low use of a helicopter, Chamber of j 
Commerce members heard Tuesday. 

The retail merchants division of 
the chamber met at the request of 
Santa Claus to set a date for his 
Antioch arrival. Members selected 
Dec. 6 as best date for local kids 
and for Santa's busy schedule. 

Tentative plans are for the an- 
nual visitor to come in by private 
plane this year. He will hand. out 
candy for the kids as in past years. 
His pre-Christmas talks with the 
kids of Antioch still have not been 
made final. 

Merchants will decide next week 
if Main Street will be transformed 
into last year's highly successful 
candy cane lane. Word on the pro- 
ject depends upon the cooperation 
arranged between the Chamber and 
the Village, 

Christmas decorating plans will 
be finalized at a meeting at Harold's 
Restaurant next Tuesday morning 
at 8 a.m. 



school boundary area, says Albert 
Dittman, principal of the high school. 
THE FIRST MEETING, discuss- 
ing social studies and language arts 
teaching, will be at the high school 
here Dec, 1 at 4 p. m. A second 
meeting of mathematics and science 
teaching will be held at the high 
school at 4 p.m. Dec. 8. 

The December meetings are the 
result of almost a year's exchange 
of letters and meetings of adminis- 
trators of the school districts in the 
area, Dittman said. 

The administrators also have ap- 
proved cooperation in "areas outsido 
the teaching fields. The list in- 
cludes! 

EXCHANGE OF SCHOOL calen- 
dars, maintaining uniform cumula- 
tive pupil personnel records, up- 
grading instruction through subject 
matter staff meetings, utilization of 
special staff services between 
schools, sharing school building fa- 
cilities, sharing transportation equip- 
ment and exchange of information 
relative to salary programs for staff 
members. 

Economics and efficiencies result- 
ing from closer cooperation between 
the schools and the school boards are 
an immediate advantage, Dittman 
said. . H^ cited the. cooperative pur- 
chase of fuel Oil and milk as an 
easily observed advantage for the 
taxpayers of the districts. 

IN THE FIRST MEETING, Carol 
Maplethorpe and Jeanette Tulumello 



will lead discussions in languages 
and social studies. They are respec- 
tive department heads of the high 
school. 

Donald Cramer and Elmo Edwards 
will lead discussion in mathematics 
and .science at the Decv 6 meeting. 

Representatives of the grade 
schools in these fields will be known 
next week 'when letters sent out by 
the high school are- returned giving 
the names of these persons. 



Swim Pool Dance 
Said 'Successful' 

The Swimming Pool Benefit dance 
held Saturday night at the Lyons- 
Ryan Ford showroom was termed 
"highly' successful'', by a member of 
the Lions Club dance committee, Dr. 
Al Bucar. 

He said an estimated 400 people 
attended the dance held to raise 
funds for the Antioch swimming 
pool. 

The Lions Club will hold its 
Thanksgiving meeting Monday, Nov. 
24, at 7:15 p. m. at George Diamonds 
steakhouse, Speakers for the eve-) 
ning will be the Rev. Edmund Hood 
and Rev. Wallace Anderson. 
. Rev. Hood will speak on the his- 
torical aspect of Thanksgiving and 
Rev. Anderson- will talk on the re- 
ligious aspect of Thanksgiving. 



Temperatures Drop, May 
Be End Of Indian Summer 

The' sudden drop of temperatures early this week may have signaled 
the end of Antioch's Indian Summer and residents can look forward to 
the blustery winds and frost of winter. 

The cool temperatures ended a fall which is the warmest here since 
1953 says Roy Kufalk, U. S. Cooperative Weather Observer. Through 
Wednesday of this month the first 19 days have been warmer than any 
since 1953? 

Although temperatures on the average have been higher, precipi- 
tation has been near normal, Kufalk says. There has been 1.45 inches of 
precipitation so far this month. 

November has been a warm month but four times so far there, has 
been freezing weather. Tuesday night's low of 33 was eight degrees higher 
than the Nov. 7 low of 25 degrees, coldest this year. Lows of 31 on Nov. 
6 and 10 were followed by a low of 30 on Nov. 13. However it warmed 
up almost immediately after the previous lows. 

This cold spell may be here to stay. 



Last Second Goal 

Mm 

Puts Our Scouts 
In First Place 

Dick DressoU's last instant basket 
Sunday ptit Antioch's Scouts in first 
place-in the McIIenry County Bas- 
ketball League. 

The Antioch win, 79-76, was the 
first loss handed to the Algonquin 
team in the last three years of play 
in the amateur basketball league. 

Dressel, 6'1" forward and a 1955 
graduate of Antioch High School, 
clicked in the last seven seconds on 
a field goal and the Scouts held on 
for the victory. 

Antioch's Al Reckers came off 
with high honors in the game with 
23 points. Dressel s goal was the 
only points he made in the contest. 

The line score by quarters: 

12 3 4 final 
Antioch 18 19 22 20 79 

Algonquin 10 19 20 23 78 



New Outdoor Movie 
Depends On Co. Board 



The County Board of Supervisors 
will decide Dec. 9 if Antioch ■ is to 
have an outdoor theatre at the cor- 
ner of Grass Lake Rd. and Highway 
59. 

The County Zoning Board of Ap- 
peals Tuesday heard petitions for 
and protests against the movie en- 
terprise and will report their de- 
cisions to the Board of Supervisors. 

Seeking to build the theatre is 
the Lakes Theatre Corp. of Antioch 
which owns the Lakes Theatre in the 
village. Richard Meyers, manager 
of the Lakes, told the board that 
his company planned to purchase 
12 acres from Peder Toft for a 400- 
car capacity theatre. 

ABOUT 25 RESIDENTS of the 
area attended to express disapproval 
of a movie theatre. basing their ob- 
jections on a claim of decreasing 
property .values. One protest drew 
a round of applause when it was 
claimed outdoor movies are a cause 
of juvenile delinquency in Lake 
County. .. . 

. To substantiate his claim for the 
need of the rezoning from agricul- 
tural to business, petitioner Toft 
claimed that farming was useless in 
the area and that he was surround- 
ed by business properties. All three 
of the corners of Grass Lake Rd. and 
Rt. 59 are zoned for business at pre- 
sent. Toft presented a petition signed 
by adjacent property owners who 
okayed his proposal. 

IT WAS BROUGHT out that the 
sale of the property to the Lakes 
Corp. is contingent upon approval 
of the board for rezoning. 

Meyers has announced that should 
the County Board of Supervisors ap- 



prove the rezoning, his company will 
invest $60,000 in the property. The 
theatre will be located with the 
screen near the intersection of the 
roads with the parking area to the 
rear. A fence would be built around 
the property, he said. 

Many protcstants claimed that in- 
coming %nd outgoing cars would 
cause a disturbance to their residen- 
ces as well as create a hazard for 
children and cause a litter to the 
area. One resident said that, he 
would favor a small industry or 
shopping center to the area rather 
than a drive in movie. 

The kind of improvement that 
Meyers plans would include a re- 
creational area for usv of ine neigh- 
borhood during times when the 
theatre is not operating. He claims 
(continued on page 8) 



5 Antioch Women 
Attend Art Week 
Show in: Chicago 

Five from Antioch Women's Club 
were on hand in Chicago al the 63rd 
annual exhibition of small paintings 
of the Palette and Chisel at an Am- 
erican Art week observance. 

Representing Antioch were Mrs. 
Clarence Olson, Mrs. William Brook, 
Mrs. Ray Bruhn, Mrs. Anthony Stan- 
ich and Mrs. Ray Hamilton. They 
met with members of 36 other art, 
literary and music societies. 

Mrs. Roy L. Newman and her art 
department of the Illinois Federa- 
tion of Women's Clubs attended also. 



Antioch Leatherneck 
Serving in Okinawa 

Marine Pfc. Richard R. Pannier, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pannier 
of 41!) Hardin, Antioch, 111., is serv- 
ing with the Ninth Marine Regiment, 
Third Marine Division at Camp 
Sukiran, Okinawa. 



Assessment Roll Published 

The Assessment Roll of the Town of Antioch 
as certified by the Supervisor of Assessments ap- 
pears on pages 1 to 25, Section 2 of today's issue 
of The Antioch News. Every resident of the Town- 
ship of Antioch should make it a point to check up 
on the amount of his assessment. 

Any property owner who objects to the 
amount o'f his valuation should file a formol com- 
plaint with the Board of Review at the Court House 
within ten days from the date of publication of 
this assessment roll. 



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THE ANTIOCH NEWS. ANTIOCH. ILLINOIS 



THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1958 







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"A newspaper that never 
spoke its own mind would not 
be, to our notion, muchtmiisT 
taction -to publish or read" 

-A Weekly Newspaperlldi6>r 



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Democrats Let Mr. Kusek Down M 

Elsewhere in this weed's" Antioch News isja 
letter from Democrat Laurence A. Kusek, of late 
a candidate^ for the iiU.SV Congress, from^our 11 3th 
District^Mr, Kusek gldmentslthe^treatment^he got 
during the^lectiorVT^especially, he says> j^frorn. 
hisiihometown newspapers. 

MK Kusek was; running a hopeless race to 
begin With and he knew it. In northwest suburban 
ChiCagoland, we understand that only two Derrto- 
crats have won any major offices since the Civil 
War. However ^4r. Kusek. believed he had a few 
good, points to offer the voters so he presented 
himself ~ as'^a^c^'i^iddte^'MeT^especJallyrclashe'd 
with opponent Marguerite Stitt Church over fed- 
eral aid to education — a real issue to many. 

At a time when a man takes himself out of 
private life and goes before the public with his 
beliefs, he is entitled to be heard and justly ap- 



praised. In Park iRidge/ his ^hometown, He was 
hardly noticed, Mr. Kusek claims, this also may; 
be a reasop why he was hardly noticed at the 

polish V " fe :H : - : ' V: " . . 

'But one, man can not carry -an entire party 
to Victory- In such on area ias purs f and thus when 
the party is weak; so also is the candidate. In Lake 
County, the Democrats are so weak that for them 
to shout It is only a whisper In the breeze. Just as 
it is good ;:ln business to have competition to as- 
sure survival of the fittest, so also is H good in 
politics to have xrn opposition party. No matter 
how strong the GOP is, it is ah obligation pf the 
Democrats to the people to present a platform j 
and to ' actively compete with their . political, dp^ 
pohehts.: ; J •'-' * . :_,' 

Perhaps if there. was an active party organi- 
zation in the 1 3th District Mr. Kusek would nave 
been noticed by people and papers. He would be 
good for all of us and even the most avid Republi- 
can should admit it. 



Antioch Coed Named 
To College Dean's List 

Miss #Marilu Bushing, daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Marie Bushing of Anti- 
och, has^beeri i placed Ion ^the ^Dean's 
Hst^ at bBlackburh College, Carlln- 
ville, IlHnoisi /for outstanding aca- 
demic work during the first quarter! 
of the current l year. This is one! 
of the highest j academic jhonors re- 
ceived at the' college. f \ 

As a part of the student-managed 
work plan at Blackburn, Miss BuBh-| 
ing works fiiieen hours a^-week as a 
secretary. 



Thank You Note 



We wish to thank the Antioch; 
Rescue Squad, Dr. Thain, >MmJJ.; 
Holemi Sr, and our many jtionds 
for their acts of kindness and cards 
sent to Lorraine while she is lll.i , 

Mr. and Mrs .^Henry Pane 



Trevor News 

(Mrs. Grace Miller, Correspondent) 
Tel. Underbill 2-3059 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of De- 
troit, Mich., visited at the Carl Ste- 
fan home on Tuesday. 4 

Trevor mothers served at the Wil- 
mot High School Parent- Teachers 
Association this month. 

Mrs. Minnie Lubcno entertained 
the Willing^Workers at a potluck 
luncheon on Thursday. 

Miss Mary Sheen and Mrs. Grace 
Miller were luncheon guesti of Mrs. 
Malvina Craner and Miss Lizzie 
" Gitzlaff in Kenosha on Tuesday. 
Several from this vicinity are 
deer-hunting in the northern part 
Of the state. 

'Mr. and Mrs. William Hanneman 

of Elgin, 111., were callers on the 

-Getting family and Mrs. Joseph 

Smith on Tuesday. 

Mrs. Robert Marquart, daughter, 

'. Laurrene, and mother, Mrs. Hook, 

spent Monday in Madison. - 

Jim Sheen and Elmer Kaphehgst 
of- Salem, were week-ond guests of 
Don Eberle in Madison, Wis., where 
he is attending the University. 
' Several families attended the ba- 
zaar and dinner at'the Salem Meth- 
odist church Saturday night. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Oetting and 
Mrs. Joseph Smith called on the 
.Holtdorf and Lubkcman families on 
Sunday afternoon. 

Jim Webb and Orson Wells were 
Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Bir- 
della Schwery. 

Joe Letzer of Chicago called at 
the Chas. Getting home on Monday. 

MILLBURN 



Waukegan and Mrs. Addie Lucas of 
Wadsworth spent Saturday evening 
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas. 

• Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hairrell, Jr., 
and sons of Waukegan were dinner 
guests at the Frank Hauser home 
Sunday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erwin of 
Waukegan called at the home of Mrs. 
Frank Edwards Sunday afternoon. 

George Butler, who has been a 
patient at Condell Memorial Hospital 
at Libertyville for several days*, re- 
turned home Thursday. 

The annual turkey dinner of the 
Millburn Masons will be held at 
the Masonic Temple Saturday, Nov. 
22. Serving will be from 5 p. m. un- 
til. 8 p. m. 

Mr. and Mrs ; Harold Yukel of 
Oak Lawn spent Tuesday at the 
Charles Lucas home. 

Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Messersmith 
returned home Friday after 'Spend- 
ing a few days with Mrs. Ora Davis 
at Farnum, Nebr. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gott, Mr. and 
Mrs. Leo Stanczak and sons of Wau- 
kegan, Mr. and' Mrs. L. S. Bonner 
ahd Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers and 
daughter, Kathy, were guests at the 
home of Mrs. Lyman Bonner Mon- 
day evening, celebrating her daugh- 
ter Nancy's 8th birthday. 

Mrs. Kenneth Young and Mrs. 
Roy Bonner represented the Mill- 
burn PTA at the regular Tuesday 
WKRS broadcast., They talked on 
"Using Your Library." 

Mrs. Herbert Prange and daugh- 
ter are spending several days with 
Mrs. Robert Shidler at Laurence- 
ville, Ind. 



Good Tools Essential 
To Home Tree Care 

NEW YORK — It takes more 
than good Intentions to take care 
of even the small trees on the home 
property. Good pruning tools are 
a must and the kit required la not 
Inconsiderable. 

The reliable pruning saw la Num- 
ber One on the pruning kit parade. 
The best pruning tool la one with 
teeth on only one aide. Double-edge 
aawa are mora difficult to handle, 
la tho hands of an amateur, they 
may cut In directions not Intended. 

First line of defense for fruit 
trees and deciduous shrubbery Is 
said to be the hand primer. This 
comes in two types— the snap out 
or draw cut You can suit yourself 
as to which to select since each will 
work efficiently, If only of good 
quality. 



EDDIE the EDUCATOR 




M*ti parent* wtd tfctfd?«n ore 
realty Interacted tn reaming. H*w- 
•vtr, Ifiara ora f«na arebftm par- 
•ah at will at prefabm children. 

Illinois Education Aiiodalion 



LEGAL NOTICE 

TO WHOM ilT MAY CONCERN: 

Take -notice ^that we, the under- 
signed, are jthe sole owners of the 



business heretofore operated under 
the n a me of FOREST SALES. Take 
further i notice Mat from and after 
this^loth .dayloftNoyemter.fiSStV 
said FOREST SALES, or either of ua» 
shall not be responsible for any 
debts, contracts or other obligations 
incurred on behalf of sai d bu siness 
"except such debts, contracts or other 
obligations which shall be contract- 
ed or incurred by the undersigned. 

, James J. Drucker | 
Shirley E, Drucker 
November 20,; 1958. ^ 




Vision Changes 

MEW YORK— At the age of 20, 
a person with normal vision can 
•h an object four Inches away 
sharply. At 42, 10 Inches Is the 
closest distance at which he can 
see anything sharply, and, at 62, 
accommodation muscles are so 
sluggish that 2D Inches is the min- 
imum, distance for distinct vision. 



Total enrollments in Illinois pub- 
lic schools this year exceed 1.6 mil- 
lion pupils. In 1965 more than 2 
million pupils will be enrolled in 
the public schools of the state. 




Card of Thanks 
We wish to thank the Antioch Res- 
cue Squad, Fr. Henderson, Dr. Thain 
for, the kind attention during our 
recent bereavement in the loss of 
our father, Frank Gayda. 

Mrs. Charles Ackerman 
and family. 

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(November 20) 

Regular services at Millburn Con- 
gregational Church Nov. 23: Sunday 
School and Morning Service at 10, 

Thanksgiving service at Millburn 
Congregational church Thursday 
morning, Nov. 27, at 9:30 a. m. 

L. H. Messersmith -attended an Ad- 
visory Board meoting of the Con- 
gregational Association, at Chicago 
Monday. 

The Devotional Study Group met 
Thursday morning with Mrs, Verlon 
Groves. The next- meeting will be 
held at the Millburn Church Dec. 11, 
with Mrs. L. H. Messersmith and 
Mrs. Ida Truax as hostesses. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lucas of 



"All costs have soared In recent 
years — especially the cost of making 
history." — Milford Herald-News. 



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around for the funeral.' 



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THURSDA Y, NOVEMBERjQ, 1958 



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1 AntlochlchaptcHNb. yi28 jOrder of 
Eastern £}tavY will 'hold open installa- 
tion of of ficers at'8 ^o'clock Saturday 
eveningj November 22, at Wesley 
■Hall. .7 T" - , ■ , = 

^Mrs. Martha Hunter will install 
the hew officers ^assisted by ' j Mrs. 
Helen Lucdtke, chaplain, Rosalind 
Keating, Marshal land Deborah iVan 
Patten; organist. Members of -Ah-_ 
' tioch Assembly, Order;, of B a inb o w 
for Girls will sing .^Clarence Larson! 
Wayne /Pbisgrove.j and EIRoy An-, 
derson w/ill act as escorts. David 1 
Heath will -serve asrcolor bearer and 
Marvin Heath will give the ode ! to 
the flag. ' 

Ann and'Kathy Louise Heath will 
be candle lighters and the Rev. Wal- 
lace Anderson will give the Bene- 
diction. Ann and Leslie Heath will 
be. installed as Worthy Matron and 
Worthy Patron. Other officers to be 
installcdare: associate matron,. Haz- 
el Parfil, associate patron, Harold 
Klevens; Rosalind .Keating, secre- 
tary; Margaret Pincombe,, treasurer; 
Josephine Kirschbaum, conductress; 
Marion Klevens, associate conduct- 
ress; Clara Westlake, chaplain; Emil 
Kirschbaum, Marshal; Mabel Weber, 
organist; Patricia Polsgrove, Eliza- 
beth Storehr Zella Larson, Trudy 
Mann and Jeanette Brown, will be 
installed as the five points of the 
star. Lillian 1 and Carl Hattendorf 
will be installed as wardcr*and sen- 
tinel, with'Clarence Larson as color 
bearer, Mrs. Lillian Gaa, member 
of the Special Eligibility committee 
of the Grand chapter will be instruc- 
tress. Following the installation re- 
freshments will be served by the 
hostesses. 






- The feather party land dance ispon- 
sore'dsby the* men of Antloch j Moose 
Lodge was a high [success, reports 
the^Mobse cbhimlttceA ! ^ - 

, A group of men land women went 
^oiWaukegan Monday night, to do-[ 
nate blood tb;the;M6ose Lodge blood 
! bank. ' / : fW 

A fish fry is 'held every Friday 
night at the Moose Home, including 
chicken and shrimp for all Moose 
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'<! always Jilc the! favorite recipes 
from .the Antioch [News. I enjoy try-j 
ing -out a Inew irecipe. * also 'would 
like to share my favorite recipe." 
-That's what Mrs; {John Wiecek of! 
Rt. 3, box|285A, Antioch says of the; 
Favorite "5Recipe ^Feature Jiin - r : the' 
News. She will receive her choice; 
of a six-ktiife steakjjsetipr a^carvlng 

"1 .-/HORNETfES 



set for sharing her favorite food with 
other readers. " m-: 

r All Antioch News readers are in- 
vited to join in this reature and sub- 
mit their favorites <to: ; . The Food 
Editor, Antioch NeWs, Antioch 111. ; 
.Here's^ Mrs. • Wiecek's recipe „ for 
Hor nettes, a filled cookie. 



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Legion Auxiliary Hears 
Reports of Leaders 
At Zion District Meet 

Antioch Unit No. 748 of tl\e Ameri- 
can Legion Auxiliary held a meet- 
ing Nov. 14 with President Carolyn 
Horan conducting the business ses- 
sion. Mrs. Nellie' Hanke and Mrs. 
Deborah Van Patten were hostesses 
for entertainment and refreshments. 

It was reported that seven dele- 
gates and district chairmen of the 
Antioch Unit attended the Tenth 
District meeting in Zion Wednesday, 
Nov. 13. Mrs. Carolyn Horan, Unit 
president and Mrs. Nancy Zitkus, 
Auxiliary Loan chairman of the dis- 
trict were in attendance along with 
the Unit delegates, Mrs. Myra Ran- 
dall, Mrs. Dorothy Horan, Mrs. 
-Hjordis Beemer, Mrs. Pearl Ander- 
son and Mrs. Ellen Swenson, All 
gave reports of the district meeting. 

The application for membership 
of Mrs. F. Appleby was read and 
accepted. The Antioch Unit now 
has more than its quota in member- 
ship. 

Antioch Unit, assisted by Rdund 
Lake Unit, furnished lunch and en- 
tertainment at .a party for patients 
at Downey Veterans' Hospital Wed- 
nesday evening, it was reported. 

Next meeting of the Antioch Unit 
will be held Friday, Nov. 28 in the 
Legion Home. Plans will be made 
for a Christmas party to be held at 
the December meeting of the Unit. 



(; THESE FOLKS bowl better than they took. Tht/r« the Economy TV teem 
which mixed a coif time, party up with its bowling night end to went ahead with 
both of them. They are; from left, Denno.- Petersen, VI (tanning, Betty Schneider, 
Donna Jones end Myrtle Santayo. Betty, Schneider won the pfiie lor the bett 'cos- 
tume. The team— it won also. 



51 Donations Reported 
To Rescue Squad 

Donations to the Antioch Rescue 
Squad received and recorded 
through Oct. 8 include the following 
51 firms and residents: 

Lennard Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. C. 
F. Schulz, Fred Miller, John Mein- 
ert, Lester and Georgia Nelson. 
Norbert Hansen, Albert Jarnigo, 
Mrs. Wm. Banedt, W. C. Petty, Rich- 
ard C. Lynn, W. J. Filiatreault, 
Phyllis McMillen O. Dudley Ken- 
nedy. 

Anton Bishofberger, Joseph Ka- 
lal, John C. Hojem, Mr. and Mrs. H. 
L. Lasco, Henry J. Kopechy, Mrs. 
Manuel Goode, Albert Herman, Mrs. 
P. Bastian, Loyal Order of The 
Moose, Antioch ,111., Mrs. H. G. Has- 
sett, Lee Zuchowski, Harry J. Wag- 
ner. 

Also James Kocmoud, Isadore 
Golstcin, and Dr. H. L. Button, 
George M. Horn, Earl Firchow, S. 
D. Anderson, M. Wieczorek, Helen 
M. Luedtke, Grass Lake Lumber Co., 
L. Ward and V. Bollin, Charles An- 
dersen, Charles F. Trulsen. 

And Elmer W. Barth, Harry W. 
Lindhorst, Pedersen Bros. Imp Co., 
Dr. R. J. Smick, Harold Fink, Mrs. 
Ann Flint, Harvey H. St. Cyr, Mrs. 

A, M. Monnier, Walter Johnson, Jos. 

B. Elfinger, Mrs. Alma Goddard, 
Wm. Haisma, Mrs. S. Steiskal, A. L. 
Scheur. 



Lake Marie Residents 
Plan Community Bldg. 

Citizens of the California Subdi- 
vision on Lake Marie probably will 
have a new meeting and social cen- 
ter next spring after plans for their 
new building have been approved by 
the county building board. 

The zoning board of appeals heard 
no protests to a petition to grant 
them a special permit to build the 
building about 25x40 feel. Asking 
for the permit was Richard Gruner, 
a member of the California Subdi- 
vision Assn. 

He cited the new building as a 
cultural advancement for the area 
and would be a non-profit undertak- 
ing. 

The building would be for use of 
all citizens (if the subdivision includ- 
ing children's parties, he said. At 
present subdivision meetings are 
held in either of the two taverns in 
the area. 



Bad Weather Doesn't 
Keep Folks From PTA 

Bad weather did not keep more 
than 150 persons from attending the 
Antioch Grade School and Oakland 
School PTA meeting Monday* night 
reports Mrs. Robert Lindblad, pub- 
licity chairman. 

After a short business meeting, the 
parents and teachers were served 
pumpkin pie and coffee by the sixth 
grade mothers, Mrs. Robert C. John- 
son, Mrs. William Mongan and Mrs. 
William Garrick in charge. 

A ham dinner will be served at 
the Antioch Grade School next Sat- 
urday from 5 p. m. to 9 p. m., Mrs. 
Lindblad reports. Tickets are $1.50 
for adults and 75 cents for children. 
They may be purchased at the door. 

Antioch Assembly Order of Rain- 
bow for Girls plans to hold a recep- 
tion honoring Diane Mantis, Grand 
Recorder of the State of Illinois at 
7:30 p.m. Nov. 24th at the Masonic 
Temple, 



Music Association 
Makes Changes 

At the meeting of the ATHS Music 
Association held Tuesday night it 
was decided to change the meetings 
to once every other month. At the 
January meeting a vote will be 
taken to change the by-laws. 

Mr. Kenneth Smouse gave an ac- 
count of the ATHS Christmas pro- 
gram. He invited everyone to par- 
ticipate in the Messiah. 

Mr. Rush discussed the ticket 
sales from the last concert. Over 
$200 was taken in at the concert. 
The money will be used to help 
finance the ATHS band and chorus 
tour in March. 

A program committee was appoint- 
ed to provide entertainment at Music 
Association meetings. Paul' Zeien, 
Margaret Aschenbrenner and George 
Mazzuca were appointed on the 
committee. 



Big Crowd Attends 
Salem Central HS 
Open House Event 

A large crowd of parents and visi- 
tors attended the annual "Open 
House" at Central High School, 
Salem, Wis., last Thursday, Nov. 13. 

Ernest Weidman, president of the 
Central Community Club, conducted 
a brief meeting, followed by Princi- 
pal A. H. Erickson who g£.ve an ad- 
dress af welcome and also discussed 
the objectives, currriculum, facili- 
ties, and future outlook of the high 
school. 

Visitors were entertained with vo- 
cal selections presented by two high 
school choral groups under the di- 
rection of Mrs. Jane Palumbo. 

After a tour of the high school 
building and individual conferences 
with teachers, parents and other 
visitors went to the high school 
cafeteria where refreshments' were 
served. 



Missionary Conference 
Ends Sun. in R. Lake .. 

Missionary convention for the 
First Baptist Church at Round Lake 
will continue through Sunday with 
welUtraveled ministers attending. 

Tomorrow night the Rev. Vernon 
C rouse will speak to those assem- 
bled. Rev. Crouse is from Alaska. 

Sunday evening at 7 p. m. the 
Rev. Carl Norton will speak on "How 
God Can Use a Man or a Church 
to Start a New Church." 



Jack Panowski of Los Alamos, 
New Mexico, attended the National 
Plastic Exposition in Chicago this 
week. He also visited with his sisters 
Mrs, Howard Gaston and Mrs. Louis 
Horton and families in Antioch, 



Central High 
To Enroll 
600 Next Year 

More than 000 students are ex- 
pected to enroll in Salem Central 
High School for the 1959-60 school 
year Principal A. H. Erickson dis- 
closed at the? most recent meeting 
of the Salem school board. 

He said that 600 students would 
fill the school building to capacity. 
And he indicated that the Bong Base 
will affect the school district.. 

Erickson outlined the curriculum 
for the coming academic year as fol- 
lows: four years of English, mathe- 
matics, social studies, science and 
vocational training in agriculture, 
home economics and business edu- 
cation. Two years of foreign lan- 
guage will be offered. Also, a reading 
improvement program will be given 
throughout the school year and 
summer vacation, 

. In commenting on the results of 
the Salem High School education 
program, Erickson said, "We feel 
our students have been pretty well 
sold on taking stronger academic 
subjects in science and math. A num- 
ber of our students are taking more 
than four subjects and, in many 
cases a fifth subject is being taken 
by correspondence from the U. of 
Wisconsin. 

"We are trying to motivate the 
gifted and talented students," he 
said. 



71 Students in Fall 
Recital of Marek's 
School of Music 

Students of Marek's Conservatory 
of Music of Antioch held their an- 
nual fall recital Sunday in the Anti- 
och High School auditorium with 
71 students presenting numbers. 

Directing the program was Frank 
J. Marek, director of the music 
school, with George L. Polwka, as- 
sisting. 

Numbers presented by the stu- 
dents ranged from classical pieces to 
polkas and jazz selections. The 
youngsters are students of piano, ac- 
cordion, guitar, trumpet, trombone 
and drums. 

Assisting were Walter Wier, an in- 
structor and Judy Ottcrson, in- 
structor and receptionist, of the 
school. 



Garden Club Women 
Invite Husbands 
To Supper, Speech 

Members of the Antioch Garden 
Club will entertain their husbands 
at a pot-luck supper at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spit-ring for 
their regular November meeting, on 
Nov. 24th at 6:30 p.m. 

Nels J. Johnson, a well known 
tree expert, will speak on "The 
Winter Care of Shrubs and Trees". 
All members arc urged to attend 
the informational program. 



Dad' Geibelhaus Visits 
Son at UI Dads Day 

Donald Geibelhaus, Box 243, An- 
tioch, III., visited his son, Bob, at 
Kappa Delta Rho, social fraternity 
at the University of Illinois last 
week-end for the campus Dad's Day 
activities. 

Events of the week-end included 
the football game with Wisconsin, 
the Dolphin Water Show, the Var- 
sity Men's Glee Club Concert, the 
University Theatre production, "Im- 
aginary Invalid," and Dad's Day Re- 
view, "Advent Ages." 



GALATIS RETURN FROM 
MICHIGAN STORE OPENING 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Galati and. fam- 
ily, 315 Ccdarwood Lane, returned 
this week from Hartford, Mich., 
where they attended the opening of 
a dining room operated by Sam 
Galati, u brother of Mr. Galati. 



Lorraine Pape, who has been il) 
for the past month at the home of 
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
Pape, is improving. 



MILLBURN MASONIC LODGE •; ; 
TO SERVE ANNUAL TCRRE* 
DINNER SATURDAY, NOV 22 

Millburn Masonic Lodge will hold 
ltd annual turkey dinner and bazaar 
Saturday evening, Nov'., 22, at the 
Masortic Temple in Millburn. Serv- 
ing will begirt at 6 o'clock, 
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VACATION IN 
ARIZONA - - 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Poiml and Mrs. 
James~Van Cura left Antioch Mon- 
for for Arizona, where they ^expect 
to spend the winter. 

Car Inferior Are 
Causes Of Injury 

LOS ANGELES— Th« Interior of 

today's car, with Its steering wheel, 

doorknobs, dashboard, ashtrays and 

other protruding parts, Is a major 

. cause of Injuries during collisions. 

Thla has been discovered in tests 
over a 10-yeaf period by a research 
team at UCLA. Such injuries occur 
during secondary collisions when 
the car occupant is thrown against 
some Interior component, rather 
than during the primary collision 
between the car and another object. 

A frequently lethal weapon Is the 
steering wheel column, which often 
functions like a rigid spear against 
the driver hurtled forward during 
the collision Impact. 

Engineers soo changes In the 
next few years designed to protect 
the driver and passenger. Included 
In these chahgea: 

A retractable or collapsible Peer- 
ing column. Safety belts to be worn 
by almost all drivers and passen- 
gers. In addition to lap belts, pos- 
sibly shoulder harnesses. Padding 
of the Interior with foam plastic or 
similar material to reduce punc- 
ture-type wounds. A general re- 
signing of the car interior to elim- 
inate dangerous protruding parts. 

Even with these changes, re- 
searchers say, the deciding factor 
will still be the driver's attitude 
and behavior. 



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10 pie shaped wedges. Roll each wedge into crescent-shaped horn by. 
rolling from outside rim inward. Continue .rolling wedge' oyer remain- 
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Repeat same procedure for remaining three portions of dough. 

Bake on ungreascd cookie sheets at 375 degrees, about 25 minutes , 
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Survey Shows Children 
Do Not Read Enough 

NEW YORK— Young people. do 
not do enough reading, according 
to a survey of editors. When asked 
"Do children do sufficient outside 
reading?" some 05 per cent of the 
editors queried answered "no". 
When asked "Does the proper kind 
of outside reading help a child pre- 
pare for his future?" they answer- 
ed with an even more emphatie 
"yes*' — or 08 per cent strong. 

The editors of "Our Wonderful 
World" conducted a nation-wide 
check of women's page editors to. 
determine their opinions on reading 
habits. 

Television was mentioned by 
some editors as partly responsible 
for lack of reading. "Parents 
should ration TV, If necessary, to 
make kids read," commented one. 



The Republic of India with a 
territorial area two-fifths as large 
as that of the continental United 
States, has a population more than 
twice as large. 



More accidental deaths occur in 
the bedroom than anywhere else in 
the home, according to a study re- 
ported by the National Safety Coun- 
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Maintenance Repair Costs 
Rise in Building 

Expenditures for maintenance and 
repair for all types of construction 
rose to a new high of $17.7 billions 
in 1957, up about 4 per cent over 
the year before, according to the Uf 
S. Department of Commerce. 

In recent years this annual bill 
for upkeep has been the equivalent 
of more than a third of the nation's 
outlays for new construction, thus 
providing an important stimulus to 
building. 

Home owners are the biggest 
single factor in maintenance and re- 
pair expenditures, their outlays ad- 
ding up to $7.2 billions for 1957. 




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THE ANT1QCH WR" ANTIQCH, HMNOIS 




Medicine, Religion 




CHICAGO — M«dicln« wid w- 
Ilgion have joined forces in a, 
concerted : effort to stamp cut 
alcoholism. : 

"With the poislble' exception of 
mental tHnesi, no single bodily 
dleeaee if receiving «o much con- 
current attention from medicine 
and religion as la alcohoUsm," an 
article ? In iths Journal of the 
- American Medical Association 
•aid. ; 

This cldue rapport of clergymen 
and physicians, the article said, 
ha* brought about a beneficial % 
interchange of attitude and ac- 
tion toward the alcoholic, . 
■ : m la. now realized that "the 
moral implications of akoholiam 
are primary effect* rather than 
causes of the disease," the article 
pointed out ' 

'■; ". Compulsive drinking "la llra- v 
raurie to punishment and-iermon- 
taing." Alcoholism "Ja a disease 
which la beat assailable under a 
compassionate ,and concerted at- 
tack by many ' aegmanta of so- 
ctaty. w i- ■ 

Ona^reaeon. that alcoholism la 
auch a difficult disease la that ita 
exciting agent, alcohol, la a two- 
faced creature— a liquid that 
holds both good and evil, that can . 
provide release or can enslave. 

"Drink baa taken five million 
men and women in the United 
States . . . and new acquisition* 
are going on at the rata of 200,- 
000 a year/' it aald. 

Attention waa also called to 
the fact that the great majority 
of drlnkere cannot acquira this 
sickness no matter how hard they 
try. 

Alcoholism, ilka cancer, the 
article aald, "cannot be implant- 
ed. In simply anyone by physio- 
logical means alone." 

There la no known cause of 
alcoholism, no specific treatment, 
no fool proof method of picking 
out victims in advance. "An alco- 
holic's pronenesa to the disease 
la a secret between him and the 
bottle," one doctor said. 

Mumps Much Easier 
On Youngsters 

CHICAGO— There la much lesa 
likelihood of Infection after ex- 

Saure to mumps than to meaalea 
chlokenpox, a San Francisco 
physician says. 

This 'low order of communlca- 
blltty" probably accounts for the 
fact that ao many adults escape 
the disease in childhood only to 
develop It In later years. 

The beat time for a person to 
have mumpa la during childhood, 
when the possible complications 
are not very severe. In adult- 
hood, mumps can be followed by 
serious— and sometimes lasting — 
complications. 

In order to prevent the possi- 
bility of severe adult infections, 
It might be desirable to deliber- 
ately expose a chid to the disease, 
thus insuring lifelong Immunity, 
said Dr. Edword B. Shaw. 

However, this introduces the 
potential risk of secondarily ex- 
posing adults who may then 
have the illness with greater 
severity and sometimes perma- 
nent damage. 



Life Expectancy 
Ha* Leveled Off 

NEW YORK— The remarkable 
progress of this century in 
lengthening the average life- 
time of the American people ha* 
leveled off In recent years. 

The expectation of life at birth 
in the United States reached a 
peak of 69.6 years in 1054, dipped 
Slightly to 80.5 In 1005 and again 
equaled 69.6 in 1956. Mortality 
data now available indicate that 
the 1057 figure waa somewhat 
lower than In the years Immedi- 
ately preceding, reflecting the 
affect of the Influenza epldemlo 
In the last quarter of the year. 

A comparison of 1900 and 1906 
mortality figures dramatizes the 
progress made In this century in 
increasing life expectancy. 



Can't Hear? Drink Has 
Your Tone Catcher 

CHICAGO — If you can't hear 
people at cocktail parties it may 
be due to the alcohol you're drink- 
ing. 

In discussing hearing Impair- 
ment, Dr. Rolio N. Harger, 
Indianapolis, mentioned a study 
showing that a higher tone inten- 
sity la necessary for a person to 
perceive a given tone or to dif- 
ferentiate between tonea after 
he/a been drinking. The difficulty 
arises because of the depressant 
♦fleot of alcohol on the central 
nervous system. 

Caretaker 

WASHINGTON— The National 
Park Service look* after 792 
pieces of property in the capital 
Olty of Washington, D. a The 
publlo eltea Include the White 
House, Washington Monument, 
Lincoln Memorial, Rock Creek 
Park, parts of the Chesapeake 
and Ohio Canal, and numerous 
statues. 




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ANTIOCH'S JIRRY DAHLMAN prepares to lift Hie basketball for a first half that in the cage opener at Libartyvllle 
fast Saturday. Ha misted this one but wont on to collect 16 paints in the game, 14 af them In the second half. Team mates 
ar« Hon Pylet (3D •"d Olck Gudgeon (31). Pyles and Daktmon were scoring leaders in the game, getting 36 af Antioch's 
48 marks. 



Here's How To Combat Hypnosis 
Caused By Modern Superhighways 

More superhighways mean more highway hypnosis, says the Chi- 
cago Motor Club. 

Matthew C. Sielski, the club's director of safety and traffic engineer- 
ing, suggests the following tips for avoiding the increasing number of 
accidents during holiday travels caused 'by staring at the miles of paved 
ribbons that constitute a modern highway: 

— Shift your eyes occasionally and avoid focusing them steadily 
in one position. 

— Never eat a big meal before or during a long trip. 
} — Hold an imaginary conversation if you don't have a traveling 
companion. 
' — Make frequent stops for coffee, tea or a soft drink. 

— Play your radio, change stations often, and sing or whistle. 

— Always keep a window open to ward off drowsiness. 

— Don't travel too long at the same speed; don't follow the same car 
too long. 

— Chew gum; eat candy or a piece of fruit. 

— Do anything that will stimulate your interest but not interfere with 
sensible driving. If nothing else work, pull off he road and take a nap. 

— Dress comfortably and get a good night's sleep before a trip, 



Our Changing Tastes 




i Sleeping was a problem for early 
travelers. Wealthy men often took 
along their own huge beds on trips, 
set them up each time they stopped. 
Modern travelers prefer the "ready- 
made" comfort of a hotel, motel 
bed. 



In 17th century France, the well- 
dressed man wore a knee-length 
coat with flare bottom and wide, 
tasteled belt. Enormous ileever, 
a feathered hat atop a long,- 
flowing wig "set off" the outfit. 
Today's well-dre«ed mala fa- 
vors a neat, "natural tine" suit 
tailored for simplicity and com* 
fort. 



Boating Accidents 
Continue To Take 
Heavy Annual Toll 

NEW YORK— Programs to pro- 
mote the safety of persona who 
go out in boats have achieved a 
considerable measure of success 
In recent years, but water trans- 
portation .accidents still take ap- 
proximately 1,600 Uvea. 

A study of the factors Involved 
In deaths from boating accidents 
among industrial policyholders of 
a large Insurance company indi- 
cates where additional emphasis 
on safety Is needed in view of the 
Increasing popularity of boating. 

Drownings In small boat mis- 
haps accounted for 1,200 lives, or 
4 out of S of all the lives lost In 
water transportation accidents In 
the United States. The others re- 
sult mainly from falls, explosions, 
fires, asphyxiation by gas, machin- 
ery mishaps, and crushing by fall- 
ing objects. 

The majority of fatalities sus- 
tained in small boat mishaps in- 
volve motor-driven boats. With 
few exceptions the remaining fa- 
talities Involved rowboats, canoes 
and rafts.' The records also ahow 
that nearly three-fifths of the 
deaths occurred among people who 
were out fishing. This high pro- 
portion underscores the need for 
greater caution , among fishermen. 

More than 9 out of 10 victims 
In water transportation accidents 
are males, the death toll reaching* 1 
*i peak at ages 20-24. The prepon- 
derance among males results both 
from their greater participation in 
recreational activities Involving 
boats, and from their greater will- 
ingness to risk their lives. 





Fine food In ancient Rome meant dis- 
guising the natural taste with literally 
hundreds of spices. Modern taste 
emphasizes tfie natural flavor, savory 
aroma of the food tlself. 




About 28,000 persons dio annually 
in homo accidents, according to the 
National Safety Council, while half 
that number die each year in work 
accidents. 



Your Thanksgiving table 

will look 
j better with 

Flowers 

A centerpiece of flowers — golden 
Chrysanthemumji for instance — will 
give your table a rich, warm appear- 
ance. It will tell your friends and 
relatives you want their Thanksgiving 
to be extra nicel And a centerpleco 
will please you and your family, too. 

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on your table this Thanksgiving. 

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Of Poor Planning 

-ANN: ARBOR, Mich.— Planning 
la the moat neglected function In 
college administration today, a 
management consultant told The j 
Uhveraity of -Michigan'* fourth ; 
annual -Institute on College Ad- 
ministration. # '-'''■ 

H. J. tfeneman, of Cresap, ^Mc- 
cormick, A iFSget^Mld/'^lfal;; 
questionable that society will In- . 
definitely support vpoorlplannlng^ 
and weak management in many 
of the nation's colleges," ; 

He recommended appointment 
of ' full-time planning officers and 
more effective policy making by 
governing boards as two. means' 
of meeting this problem. : M 

Studies conducted by his firm 
■how that governing boards spend 
an average of five- sixths of their 
meeting time handling adminis- 
trative trivia. "Governing boards 
may either lack the . Information 
necessary for policy making or 
be flooded with too many facts, 
he declared. 



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Our Earth Has Been 
Warming Up For fast 1 

''ia|a!50^aw;; : '■ •; 

WASHINGTON — Americana:- 
who swelter In summer- hoat con^ 
sympathize with tho roaldonta of i 
Azlzla, a town In northwestern m 
Upya. ^.,-=i.- -; M ^- 

On September 13, 1022, the mw>| 
cury bubbled ^up to 136.4 degrees | 
Fahrenheit In Azizla'e shade — the 
highest temperature ever recorded | 
Stinder standard conditions. 
' ' : The United S tat e* can hooat of ":' 
temperature almost as high. At 
one tinie or another, the thermom- M 
•ter^ftha -climbed ^above 100 *nj 
•very state of the union. The high-; 
•eat reading .was .134 degrees in 
Death Valley California, on July 
10, 1013. ;. 

These records may soon be 
broken. Cllmatologlsta report the 
world, has been getting warmer 
over the paat 40 or 00 years, the 
. ' National Geographic Society says.'. 
' Scientists are not certain what is 
causing the warming, but It may 
be. part of the Ice Age cycle. \ 

During) the history of the earth, 
the Ice at the poles has advanced 
- and retreated a number of times. 
At present It la retreating. As the. 
Icecaps melt, the seas are rising 
at the rata of one-eighth of an 
Inch a year. Tropical plants and 
— animals are, little by little, moving 
north. 

In the sun, thermometers have 
recorded 180 degrees in Iraq. But 
official temperatures are recorded 
by ventilated thermometers in 
shaded spots. 

Contrary to popular belief, the 
temperature of the air la not 
higher in the aun than it la In the 
shade. People think it's warmer 
because the sun heats their clothes 
and skin. The aun also heats the 
glass and mercury In the ther- 
mometer, causing it to record a 
higher temperature than that of 
the air. 



Sexes Show Equal 
Fear Of Dentist 

NEWARK, N. J.— Are men or 
women, "bigger sissies" in the den- 
tist's chair? 

One sex is as good — or bad — as 
the other, a. Rutgers research study 
indicates. Only real difference the 
survey noted was that women are 
more honest in admitting they are 
nervous or afraid. 

Many dentists say women make 
better patients but the work of Dr. 
William Wells, assistant professor 
of psychology, and two students In 
his research course cast doubt on 
the superiority of the female In the 
dentists chair. 

It all began when Miss Sylvia A 
Hilton, a psychology major, said, 
"Men are bigger alsslea than wo- 
men. I've aeen this In my exper- 
ience as a dental assistant." 

Dr. Wells and senior Norman 
Llebman defended the male strong- 
man stereotype and the three de- 
cided to examine Miss Hilton's hy- 
pothesis. 

Fifty dentists were queried. Many 
•add men were more tense, anxious 
and less cooperative patients, but a 
more detailed study of patient be- 
havior disclosed that there really 
Isn't a great deal of difference 
where fear of the dental chair Is 
concerned. One sex Is as bad — or aa 
good — as the other. Only the wo- 
men seem to admit It more. 



Century-Old Oak To > 
Decorate New Building 

CHICAGO— Many buildings 
boast beautiful oak floors or wall 
paneling with interesting histories, 
but the Prudential building, Chi- 
cago's new 41-story lakefront aky- 
acraper, may top them all In that 
respect. 

Managers of the structure plan 
to panel a room with red oak 
planks cut from piles which wore 
submerged in Lake Michigan for 
more than 100 years. 

The piles, in perfect condition, 
were discovered during excavation 
for the building. The piles have 
been rough sawed, kiln dried and 
stored, pending completion of plana 
for the installation. 



Disneyland Caters To „ 
Diaper Set, Tool 

LOS ANGELES — There's always 
something new at Southern Cali- 
fornia's Disneyland, but thousands 
of new parents who visit the famed 
amusement park from all over the 
country hope that one Idea will 
spread. 

For the first time someone has^ 
recognized the fact that bftpfap are 
people. 593^ *■ 

Disneyland has a Baby Station, 
located in the middle of the park. 
Here, without obligation to the 
families who drop in by the hun- 
dreds each day, complete facilities 
are provided for feeding, changing 
and otherwise caring for Infant 
visitors to the park. 



Blind Spot 

NEW YORK— Ws are all born 
With a blind spot. To get an Idea of 
your own blind spot, mark a small 
dot on a piece of paper. An inch or 
two away, mark a cross. Close the 
eye, look at the dot, and move the 
paper slowly back and forth from 
the eye. 

You will find that at some point 
the cross will disappear. 



Future Scientist* 
Need More Than Mere 



The total cost of Federal, state 
and local government in the last 
fiscal year was $124,400,000,000. This 
was $11 billion greater than in the 
preceding year. 



Interest In Rockets 

■CHICAGO— Tommy may -know'; 

mora than hla science teacher docs 
about aomo aspects ^of physics— 
but that doesn't mean he should ; 
be a scientist /:-'-- 

Through rocket clubs, high 
school science fairs, and outside 
reading, high schoolers may ad- 
vance beyond their teachers in 
knowledge of some aspects of pro- 
pulsion "■■ or electronics, according 
to Rovert W. Ea tin, instructor- in 
physics at Illinois Institute of 
Technology. ■:--. ,_- it. : Mi .; - i * 
i:«?But: don't be over confident 
about your teenager's brain 
power," he warned parents. ,-' 

""The Interest shown by hundrede 
of youngsters through extracurric- 
ular work In scientific fields does 
not make up for the fact that 
.their science education Is limited 
by the shortage of high school 
science teachers." . 
'-. "In some high schools, teachers 
have been 'drafted' out of their 
fields to teach an unfamiliar sci- 
ence— <pt ten one in which they are 
not really interested. Sometimes 
ihere just aren't enough science 
teachers to go around." u 

In these schools, Tommy is 
forced to make a choice— either to 
regard science as a bore or to turn 
outside the high school for a scien- 
tific education. 

"It's amazing how many atu- 
dents come to college determined 
to be physicists with an Interest 
in the field gamed from a home 
experiment In rocket propulsion, 
for example. In college they find 
that they are seriously lacking in 
many baaic aspecta of science and 
mathematics " he added. 



Satellite Studies 
Now Are Available 

WASHINGTON— The first pub- 
lished collection' of optical observa- 
tions of Satellites 1007 Alpha and 
1957 Beta, covering the entire life- 
time of the first two artificial earth 
satellites, has been released by the 
Smithsonian Institute. 

Aa part of the activities In con- 
nection with the International Geo- 
physical Year, scientists compiled 
the observations reported by Moon- 
watch teams and observatories all 
over the world, Including the In- 
formation released from day to day 
by the U.S.S.R. 

Included in the collection of 12 
reports are preliminary analyses of 
data from which the Smithsonian 
scientists have obtained new values 
of the density of the upper atmos- 
phere, additional information about 
the shape of the earth, and how 
atmospheric "drag" effects the mo- 
tions Of satellite*. 

- Of interest to the layman as well 
as the scientist, the publication 
gives an explanation of the nota- 
tion system devised to distinguish 
the various satellites and their 
component parts, a glossary of 
astronomical terms and symbols 
used in connection with the satel- 
lites, and a chart for finding a 
aattelllte's distance and elevation. 



First Doctorate Given 
By First "Space" School 

LOS ANGELES — The first grad- 
uate of the first and only space 
navigation program in the United 
States received his PH.D. at the 
University of California, Los An- 
geles. 

Dr. Robert M. L. Baker was able 
to receive his degree in this vital 
pioneer field not through any aca- 
demic crash program but through 
decades of slow, unpublicized class- 
room preparations and teamwork 
among the sciences that form the 
underpinnings of today's spectac- 
ular scientific achievements. 

In 1093, UCLA worked out a 
program incorporating- courses hi 
meteorology, physics and geophys- 
ics leading to a doctorate degree 
In engineering built around aero- 
nautics, study 6f space navigation. 



It's A Long Hike To 
Phoenix "City" Parle 

PHOENIX— A "city" park some 
88 miles outside city limits not only 
is on oddity but provides some 
wonderful summer vacation oppor- 
tunities for tourists visiting Phoe- 
nix and the Valley of the Sun. t 

Located In the rugged Bradshaw 
Mountains north of Phoenix, the 
site Is known as Horsethief Basin.. 
Once a mountain-guarded hide- 
away for horsethleves, the area 
now is a refreshing recreation area 
maintained by the Phoenix Parks 
and Recreation Department. 

Cottages — complete with hot 
running water, shower baths, elec- 
tricity, furniture, silverware and 
dishes — provide very comfortable 
accommodations. Or, visitors may 
camp out In tenting grounds having 
cement floors and nearby fireplaces. 

Hardwood Popular 

CHICAGO — A U. S. Bureau of 
Labor Statistics survey covering a 
recent throe-month period showed 
hardwood floors were used In 88 
per cent of the nation's new one- 
family dwellings. In the Northeast 
BO per cent of dining rooms, 93 per 
cent of living rooms and 04 per 
cent of bedrooms were floored with 
hardwood, oak being most popular. 



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FOR SALE — Christmas cards and 
greeting cards in box, Christmas and 
birthday gifts - notions - linens - 
monogrammihg by hand - sea shell 
jewelry - stationery. Blenko glass- 
ware, mouth blown in colors and 
crystal, milk white glassware. Come 
to my Gift Shop — everybody wel- 
come, at 324 Park Avenue, turn east 
at Standard Oil Station, 4th house, 
right side. Open daily, evenings, 
Sunday. Phone 276-R. ELLA G. 
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FOR SALE— 1957 Plymouth 4 door 
sedan, Savoy model, automatic 
transmission, clean. Tele. Kimball 
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RUMMAGE SALE 

SATURDAY, NOV. 22 

from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

at the 

Grass Lake Scout Home 

Grass Lake. Road 

Sponsored by the Grass Lake PTA 



SIDING 

ROOFING - INSULATION 

We have aluminum siding, brick 

siding, asbestos siding and now 8 ft 

lap sidings. Write 

BURLINGTON ROOFING & 

HEATING CO. 

879 Geneva St. Burlington, Wis. 

Phone Rockwell 3-6131 (37tf) 



FOR SALE 

Grove Blankets 

Evergreen and Artificial Wreaths 

Balsam Roping and Greens 

LASCO'S GREENHOUSE 

965 S. Main Antioeh 418 



FOR SALE— Power ice boat, equip- 
ped with skiis for snow, 65 h. p. 
aircraft engine and 70" Banks Max- 
well snow sled prop. Can be seen 
at 602 Highland Ave., Antioeh, 111. 

(8tf) 




NAFZGER'S 

Rubber Stamp Service 

Manufacturer 
Phone Kimball 6-1607 

424 No. Clifton 
Round Lake, III. 42tf 



' Complete Line of 

NURSERY STOCK 

Fruit Trees - Flowering Shrubs 
Hedge Plants - Evergreens 

ANTIOCH NURSERY 

PHONE ANTIOCH 811 

Located on Depot St. - 2 blocks 

east of Soo Line tracks 

Antioeh, Illinois 

(42tfn) 



"C" CERMAK 

— FOR — 

REAL ESTATE 

3 furnished homes on 3 nicely wood- 
ed lots. 4-bedroom year around home 
plus 3 -room cottage., lake rights, 
full price $8,000, terms 

Water .front on Chain O'Lakes. 5- 
room cottage, front end porch, land- 
scoped lot, very nice community with 
private beach, an excellent deal, 
$6,000. 

ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 



1959 AUfO LICENSE 

PICKUP 
STARTING NOV. 17 



3*434? : 



J LOVELY WIPE 
M WANTED 

with family and charming husband, to 
occupy new 3 bedroom ranch .noma 
on large 80' x 200' corner lot. Mod- 
ern cabinet kitchen with built-in 
Roper Range and oven, separata din- 
ing area, oak floors, attached IVi 
car garage. IMMEDIATE POSSESION.' 
Price $15,500.00. Financing avail- 
able. 

IN TOWN 

Ideal location for family, near swim- 
ing pool, school/ and shops. This en- 
chanting home is old enough to be 
complete In every respect Including 
large beautifully landscaped lot, 2 
bedrooms with convertible den, largo 
living roam with fireplace, separate 
dining ream,, butler's pantry, full 
basement, gas hot water hear, two 
car garage. This house has every- 
thing. Price for quick fall sale, 
$21,500.00. 

OSMOND REALTY 



FOR REjJIT— New 3 room ^apt. on 
Grand Ave., tile bath, 6 closets, 3 
miles east of Lake Villa. Call Elliot 
6-1724. ^ 

FOR RENT— 3 Bedroom, furnished 
house, automatic oil heat, basement. 
Shady Nook Su^d.SH. 4 Pape^Rte^d, 
Antioeh, 111. 



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FOR RENT — Pleasant sleeping, 
room, heated, in village of Antioeh, "i 
near business district. Phone 278-R 
Antioeh. ^ 




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FOR RENT- V.F.W. Hall in Anti- 
oeh for parties, , receptions, etc. 
Kitchen facilities. Please call Jus- 
tice 7-7367, or Antioeh 211 -R-L 

(88tf) 



SUNSET APTS— 1 room kitchenette, 
knotty pine, furnished, modern. 
$40.00 178 Howard Ct, Nippersink 
Lake, Fox Lake, 111. 15 tfn 



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FAR M E R S 

DEAD AND CRIPPLED ANIMALS 

REMOVED AT ONCE 

$5.00 Service Fee 

WHEELING RENDERING WORKS 

Phone LEhlgh 7-0103 

(52tf) 



WANTED — Clean-up boy. Apply 
in person. Merry-Go-Round Bak- 
ery, Antioeh, 111. 



WANTED— To do baby sitting at my 
home. Write Box 880, Venetian Vil- 
lage, Lake Villa, 111., and please in- 
clude telephone number. 




Driver's License Pickup 
One Minute Photostat Service 

CHARLES J. CERMAK JR. 

REALTOR — INSURANCE 

40014 Lake St. Antioeh, III. 

PHONE 1013 



CONCRETE AND LIGHTWEIGHT 

BLOCKS - PATIO BLOCKS - CRAB 

ORCHARD - LANNON ENDS 

FRENCH LICK STONE 

Complete Line of All 

FACE BRICK - ALUMINUM AND 

STEEL WINDOWS AND DRAIN 

FOX LAKE CONCRETE PRO- 
DUCTS & BLDG. MATERIAL CO. 
Rte. 12 & R.R. Depot, Fox Lake, 111 
Ph. Justice 7-1441 <12tf) 



FOR RENT— large sunny sleeping 
room, in town, and a 4 room partly 
furnished or unfurnished apartment 
in town. Call tele. 1385, if no 
answer call 81-R. (20tf) 

FOR RENT— Large apt., So. Main 
St., unfurnished. Call Antioeh 53. 

(18tf) 



HORSES FOR HIRE . 
TWIN ELM RIDING STABLE! 

Hwy. BO at Paddock Lake 
HAY RIDES AND PONY RING 

<«tf) 



FOR RENT— Sunset Apts. on lake 
front, 2 ! /a rooms, furnished, steam 
heat, all utilities furnished, $60.00. 
178 Howard Ct., Nippersink Lake, 
Fox Lake, IU. 15 tfn 



FOR RENT— 6 room flat unfur- 
nished, 3 bedrooms, at Cross Lake, 
on Bernice Ave., 5th houso east of 
Wis. 83 state road,- 2 miles north of 
Antioeh. " (17-18) 



FOR RENT— Large sunny sleeping 
room, in town, and a 4 room unfur- 
nished apartment in town. Call tele. 
1385, if no answer, call 61R. (19tf) 




FURNACES CLEANED - 

AND REPAIRED 

Oil burner service. A. J. Eggert, 

Camp Lake, Wis. Tel Silver Lake, 

Tucker 9-4785. (28tf ) 



1959 Auto License 
Pickup Service 



OSMOND REALTY 

Rtf. 59 ft 173 
ANTIOCH, ILL. 



FOR GOOD 

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 

CONSULT 

J. P. MILLER 

Rt. 59, Post Office Box 142 ' 
Phone Antioeh 1232, Antioeh, III. 



"A good sermon helps people in 
a couple of ways: Some rise from 
it greatly strengthened; others 
wake from it refreshed." — Rochelle 
News. 



NEW AND USED T-V 

as low as $22.50 

Radio - TV Repairing 

While U Wait 

Community Service Center 

Phones: Ant. 1568 - Nite 197-R-2 

439 Lake St., Antioeh 

(45tf) 



HEALTH FOODS 

Alfalfa and Herb Teat 

Whole Grain Flour and Cereal* 

Raw Sugar and Honey 

Cold Preued Salad Oili 

Natural and Organic Vitamins 

XDR Food Supplement 

Pal O'Mino 
Wheat Germ Oil, etc. 

"Como and get ocquainted" 
Ask for catalogue 

RONNi POLSON'S 
VITALITY FARM STORE 

Hwy. 21, 2Vi mi. South of Antioeh, 
Phone Antioeh 461 

Hours 9 to 5 doily, closed Sundays 
and Holidays 



ROOFING 
SIDING INSULATION 

Roofing of all kinds — asphalt shin- 
gles, built up and tar and gravel. 
Write Burlington Roofing & Heat- 
ing Co., 579 Geneva St.. or phone 
Rockwell S-6131, Burlington, Wis. 




IF YOU'RE THINKING OF BUYING- 

1958 FORD CUSTOM "300", 2 DR., 

i FulL Fcty. Equipment, $1799.00 

See LYONS & RYAN 

"FORD SALES & SERVICE" 

Phone 770 Antioeh, III. 

28 tfn 



You'll never know how easy it is 
for you to weld, until you try the 
Twentieth Century Welder. Free 
trial. No obligation. 

GAMBLE STORE 
952 Main St. Antioeh 484 

(18 - 21) 



FOR GOOD 

LIFE INSURANCE 
CONSULT 

J. P. MILLER 

Rt. 59, Post Office Box 142 
Phone Antioeh 1232, Antioeh, III. 



CAUGHT WITH 
YOUR SALES 



DOW 




WANTED 



ALASKA JOBS— Men and women. 
Earn $500-$l,500 monthly. For in- 
formation, send $1.00 to Western 
Service, P. O. Box 102, Bellevue, 
Washington. 



Mr. Merchant, If your tolas ere 
down, maybe your cuttomwt an 
slipping owoy! 



Reliable statistics show that the average business loses 
30% of Its customers through death, "Slissat'uf action, 
moving to other areas, etc. Normal gains average 
4% t leaving a deficit of 26 per cent! WHAT TO DO 
ABOUT IT? The surest, and most profitable way to 
increased sales, is consistent, timely advertising In your 
newspaper. 



Come In or cell! Let us help you plan an 
advertising program suited to your 



The Antioeh News 



Phono Antioeh 43 






TOCT&DAY ,*IQVEiHfiEfc 20^1358 






Grass lake Area News 

- Comspondentf: 
M is. Bart Hwsfr— MS-Wl 
Mft. falter JohnwMi— 5S58-M1 

".'<'. Wcs Merryman \ of the Ahtioch; 
High School football team, who was; 
Injured during 4he igame^wUh JLake 
Forest >raceritiy,?ia improving, r Wet 
;ia the iomof Mrs. Claire :Merryihah' 
of Bluff. Lake, 

The Robert Hart family of Grass; 
Lake recently visited their son, Bill,! 
who Is attending JBchool at Western 
Illinois University. ^The ^occasion 
was to help celebrate BilVa 18th 
birthday, ?Nov 5. - 

A shower for the bride was given 
for Mrs. Gloria Belke ><f drmerly 
Gloria Fielder) of Cross Lake, Wi£, 
given by her slsterVfBarbarayrPfeli 
der of Petite take, and aunt, Mrs. 
Helen Cartlow In ^the family home 
oh Highwoods drive. About fifteen 
neighbors, 'friends ^ind relatives 
were present for a lovely buffet sup- 
; per and the young couple received i 
'many lovely gifts. / ; 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson at- 
tended the Annual Cement Contrac- 
tors* affair which was held An -the 
Walnut Room of the Bismarck Ho- 
tel, Chicago. The dinner was in. a 
French motif, complete with table 
decorations of famous French land- 
marks. There was a floor show and 
dancing also. Afterward the John- 
sons and friends stopped at the Ivan- 
hoe Restaurant for their late late 
snack. 

Down on Grass Lake there was a 
lot of excitement when three men 
and three dogs fell-out of their boat 
,and the boat sunk. The three hunt- 
ers were finally rescued by someone 
and brought to the home of Mr. and 
Mrs. Don Forbes who tried their best 
to warm them up with coffee and 
gave them clothes to wear home. 
Real fine neighborliness, wo have to 

88V 

The recent accident in which John 
Parker of Indian Point was- injured, 
and some of the Burke family, also 
of Indian Point, badly shaken up, 
fortunately didn't have any tragic 
results. The Burkes are doing fine, 
but John is still in the hospital. 
Mrs. Helen Burke reports that he is 
in the Resurrection Hospital in Chi- 
cago and would surely enjoy cards 
from anyone who' would care to send 

them. . • 

Friends in the community wish to 
express their sympathy to Mrs. Syl- 
via Rozek of Indian Point who re- 
cently lost her mother. 

GRASS LAKE P. T. A. NEWS 

At the Monday evening meeting 
of the Grass Lake PTA the guest 
speaker was Rep. William Murphy, 
who discussed the legislation which 
affects the schools in the Illinois 
State Legislature. 

He explained the mechanics oil 
getting a bill presented to the legis- 
lature, and to some extent discussed 
how the recommendations which 
come out of the PTA's State Conven- 
tion each year, affect the legislation 
on schools. He covered the State 
Aid to schools issue, and told why it 
is sometimes necessary to vote 
against bills which may look at- 
tractive on the surface but in reality 
benefit only a section of the state. 

He stated that he welcomed the 
opportunity to speak with the PTA 
and inform them of how these things 
affect them in two different ways, as 
a taxpayer and as a parent. Sev- 
eral questions were asked and an- 
swered, and everyone found this 
a very enlightening program. 

At the business meeting there was 
a report given about the rummage 
sale which the PTA will have on 
Saturday, Nov. 22 in the Grass Lake 
Scout Home next to the school. Mrs. 
Fern Forbes, chairman of the proj- 
ect, asked again for rummage from 
the parents, and stated that there 
would be someone at the Scout 
House to receive rummage on Fri- 
day evening, Nov. 21, from about 
7:30 p. m. to 9. The sale itself will 
take place between 10 a. m % and 4 
p. m. on Saturday. . 

Mrs. Mildred Gastor^who is chair- 
man of the forthcoming Penny So- 
cial in December, the Annual Christ- 
mas party of the PTA, also gave a 
report on the progress of her com- 
mittee. She asked for donations of 
gifts from all parents for the games 
which will be held at this Dec. 7th 
affair to which all the family is 
invited. Special booths will provide 
fun for the kiddies. 

Mrs. Wilbert Schaefer, president, 
adjourned the meeting.' Refresh- 
ments were provided by the sixth 
grade mothers with Mrs. Mabel 
Byrne, room mother in charge. 

Although Governor Bradford set 
aside only one day, December 13, 
1821, as Thanksgiving Day, The 
World Book Encyclopedia reveals 
mat three days were spent in feast- 
ing and prayer. 

— 

"Money still talks, but you have 
to increase the volume if you want 
to get the message through. — Wall 
Street Journal. 



Card Party 

Monday at 
8 g. fflk 

Donation 75c 
Refreshments 

EMMONS SCHOOL 

Rf. 99 and Beach Grove Rd. 



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THE ANTIOGH NEWS^ ANTIC^, JpUDpia _ 




Farms Produce Mere 
Wheat-Bat National 
Consumption Is Down 

MINNEAPLOIS— In IOCS/ oil r 
American farms win, produce 
moroSthnn twice j as imuoh ^whoat; 
pas . hoi f ^-century ago. )But In 
|1988, ^the average rfednsumor • is 
eating only a /little more-ithun 
half as much wheat na he used to. 
The big black "X" made by 
that soaring production line and 
that sagging consumption line 
marks the heart of our whoat 
surplus problem,- especially glar- 
ing after this .year's record crop 
Ma harvested, "says the family "eco- 
nomics bureau of a national life 
Insurance company. 

American farmers produced 683 
million bushels of- wheat in 1000, 
In 1058, an estimated 1, 120 bush- 
els, -•i:Mi 

Though U/'S. population has 
nearly doubled In the same period, 
our nation of~I.70~lntHrorrAmerl-— 
cans will consume almost exactly 
Jthe same total. of wheat for food 
in 1953 as GO mlllnn Americans' 
ate in 1900— about 475 million 
bushels. 

In 1000, U. S. farmers raised 
15'/a bushels -of wheat per aero. 
In 1958, they will harvest over 
26 bushels per acre, from over 
20 per cent, mdro acres. 
. In 1900 Americans consumed 
five and a quarter bushels of 
wheat per capita in foods. In 
1958 they will consume about 
two and three-quarter bushels per 
capita In foods. Responsible Is 
tho long-term shift in our na- 
tional diet towards moro dairy 
products, eggs, green vegetables, 
and fruits, tho report says. 

Thus the average farmer's pro- 
duction efficiency per acre has 
expanded closo to 70 per cent 
whllo tho average American's 
uso of wheat foods was shrinking 
nearly 50 per cent. 




Science TV 
unitfeyjfQ^fxirfam 
Cosmic Radiation 



Nation Moved by 
Creative Urge 

LOS ANGELES— Just a decade 
ago, It would have been political 
suicide for a president of the 
United States to admit he enjoyed 
painting. 

Dean Howard E. Wilson of the 
University of California, Los An- 
geles, School of Education made 
this statement during a talk on 
America's position "at the thres- 
hold of a mass movement In 
amateur creative experience." 

"The rise of amateur painting 
In the United States during the 
present century has been phe- 
nomenal," he added. 

Folk revival of the arts and 

handicrafts, he said, la signifi- 
cant in two ways. It may un- 
cover latent talent and help sus- 
tain the artistic genulses who 
live among us; and It may offset 
the mechanizing Influence of the 
factory assembly line, the office 
; routine, and the impersonality of 
technology. 



Sunlight Study Seeks 
Air Pollution Cause 

LOS ANGELES— The effect of 
natural sunlight, an Important 

Ingredient in the " Los Angeles 
Variety of smog, Is being closely 
scrutinized at UCLA in the bat- 
tle against air pollution. 
Use of sunlight Is part of the 

{ffort by the Air Pollution Test 
facility Project to simulate, for 
controlled experiments, the at- 
' tnosphera over a modem city; 
To molce the simulation as real- 
istic as possible, the project U 
1 being carried on outdoors. 

Dominating feature of the sys- 
tem is the air reaction chamber, 
e huge Inflated plastic tube, In 
which clean air la mixed with 
doses of pollutants. It resembles 
a tremendous elongated dough- 
Hut, the tube being some 190 
feet long and 20 feet In circum- 
ference. 



Military History Hall 
Reflects Army Growth 

WASHINGTON — Tho Army's 
proud past is observed In the 
Smithsonian Institution's new 
Hall of Military History. Designed 
to attract and instruct the more 
than two million persons who 
will visit It each year, the Hall 
traces chronologically tho devel- 
opment and accomplishments of 
tho Army from 17th Century 
Colonial Militia to the Pentomlo 
Army with Its family of modern 
missile weapons. 

The peacetime activities of the 
Army and their Influence on the 
growth of the Nation from the 
explorations of Lewis, Clark, and 
Pike, to the present-day develop- 
ment of our natural resources by 
the Corps of Engineers are In- 
cluded. 



How to Bead 

CHICAGO — Experts advise 
that the Ideal reading situation 
is & 100 watt bulb light about 20 
Inches from the page, with its 
light' coming over the shoulder. 
Glare from wrongly placed lights, 
shiny walls, glass, highly glazed 

})oper or other sources la actual- 
y more of a strain than Insuffi- 
cient light. 



THE ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP highway department recently moved* into this 
new garage. It wot 'built at a coil .of $6,000 and is located In Soquolt Acres 
subdivision, east, of the Sao Line railroad tracks. -The funds were provided from 
the_now defunct Collector's office. 



Salem. Central Cagers Open Season 
With 56-48 Victory At St. Mary's 



.Three hot cagers and a basketball 
victory: the story at Salem Central. 

Forward Don Davis drilled 10 
points through the hoop in the last 
quarter to help the Salctn Central 
High School Falcons to a 5G-48 open- 
ing game basketball victory over 
Burlington's St. Mary's High School 
at Burlington Tuesday night. 

THROUGHOUT THE first half 
of the non-conference tussle Bur- 
lington's tight 2-3 zone defense 
helped them* gain a 30-27 halftime 
margin. But in the second half 
Davis, Ronnie Yates and Gene 
Schultz began hitting consistently 
from the outside. 

By the third quarter mark Coach 
Dorm Gram's cagers had forgod 
in front, 42-41. 

IN THE FINAL STANZA, the 
Falcons hooped 14 points while St. 
Mary's scored only seven. Yates 
sank n field goal and a free throw, 
Schultz netted a free throw and 
Davis rang up 10 poinU on the 
scoreboard with two goafs" and six 
free tosses out of six attempts. 

Schultz and Yates are juniors. 

Davis sank 10 out of 11 free throws 
throughout the game. 

Central won the game at the free 
throw line, hitting 59.3 per cent. St. 
Marys could sink only 42.1 per cent 
of their gift tosses. 

YATES, SCHULTZ and Davis ac- 
counted for 47 of Central's 56 points. 
Davis went off the: court with 18 
points. Haven of St. Marys led the 
scoring for the night with 19 mark- 
ers. 

The Falcons, a short team this 
year, did an excellent team job of 
rebounding and their defensive ball 
in the cracker-box St. Marys gym 
was good. 

The Centrral "B" team nipped the 



Burlington "B" team, 27-25. 

Tomorrow riight the Falcons open 
their conference season at Pewau- 
kee. Schedule for this season is as 
follows: 

Nov. 26 Racine* Co. Aggies there, 

5 Walworth here 

9 Union Grove here 

12 Open 

19 Clinton there* 

6 Lake Geneva here 
9- Pewaukee here* 

13 Arrowhead here* 
16 Palmyra there* 
20 Wilmot there 

23 Norris here* 
30 Clinton here* 
3 Wilmot here, 
6 Walworth there* 

10 Racine Co, Aggies here* 
13 Water ford there* 

20 Union Grove there* 

24 Whitewater City here 
28 Burlington here 

Southeastern 



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Confer- 



Slgnals from; outer space-probing 
missiles such as the recent "moon 
rocket" have iprovided^new^ clues ^in 
one of thejsinost jbaflling Scientific] 
mysteries of a oll time — the nature; 
of cosmic radiation. 

"The Strange Case of the Cosmic 
Rays," a Bell System Science Series 
TV program explaining how scien- 
tists have spent a half-century 
bracking down the "unearthly" rays 
that constantly bombard us like in- 
visible bullets, will be seen again in 
an NBC network telecast Sunday, 

Nov. 23i.' q^:'Y ■"■ft- '"-^;"' ^-'; 
. The one-hour show will he seen: 
here on WNBQ, Channel 5, at 5:00 

p,m, .y/- 

PRODUCED , FOR PRESENTA- 
TION early " in the International 

Geophysical Year, an 18-month per- 
iod when scientists are cooperating 
in world-wide experiments in fields 
-of-pure-soierice ) -^The-Strange_Case. 
of the Cosmic Rays" is being repeat- 
ed at a time when .cosmic ray dis- 
coveries are making scientific hews 
headlines. 

In the TV program,, Producer-Di- 
rector Frank Capra has pictured 
cosmic ray research as a detective 
*story of universal scope. The "crime" 
is the dissipation of an electric 
charge by an unknown factor — an 
unidentified radiation from outer 
space. 

THIS RADIATION is cast in role 
of the culprit that. scientists all over 
the world are trying to locate, iden- 
tify, and "fingerprint." 

Actors Richard Carlson and 'Dr. 
Frank Baxter star in the Science 
Series show as they present the 
story of cosmic rays to a board of 
judges trying to select the best de- 
tective story of the first half of the 
20th Century. 

The judges are three master de- 
tective story writers,. Edgar Allan 
Poo, Charles Dickens and Feodor 
Dostoevski, played by puppets cre- 
ated by Bil and Cora Baird. 

The program, in 16 mm color, also 
is available without charge to schools 
and other interested groups from 
Illinois Bell Telephone Company. 




THURSDAY, NOVEMBER^O, 1958 

Middle age is the time ;^of We 
when your: idea ofjgettingiaheadlte 



"Figuri i/out— if the union 
shaved their profits we'd be 
making f 40.00 an hour on thia 



iust stO 

Bugle. 



jfltay: eveJil'N-eFermlhgton 



When a man says that ho sees eye 
to eyei with^i is wife, it means that 
his vision has-been corrected."— 
The Woodhull Dispatch. 



New Outdoor Movie ... 

(Continued from page 1) 
that the exits would not be a hazard 
to jtraffic or the residents, as he 
plans both on Grass Lake Rd.,. the 
least ;. traveled Jof othe 1 highways. 
Meyers also said- he plans first grade 
pictures at the new movie establish- 
ment "the same as we are playing at 
the' Lakes/' ^ :^ :/ ^ / 



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'Topsy* Is Top 
Record at ATHS 

A record called "Topsy" performed 
by Cozy Cole is the top record at 
Antioch Township High School ac- 
cording to the "Tom-Tom," student 
newspaper. "It's Only Make Be- 
lieve" and "Chantilly Lace" are in 
second and third spot. 

A record column of the paper lists 
four up and coming records popular 
with the teenagers including "Bull- 
whip," an instrumental done by the 
Cyclones. A new Elvis Presley 
ditty, "I Got Stung" also is tabbed 
as a hit record, the paper states. 



In all probability 1958 will show 
the first decrease in births in Illi- 
nois since 1947. The number prob- 
ably will still be 100,000 more than 
in any year prior to 1942. 




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DEATH NOTICES 



Rosa Sibley 

Mrs. Rosa Sibley, 85, Antioch, 
died of a heart attack Monday in her 
home at 1049 Victoria St. She was 
born Dec. 23, 1873 in Kenosha, and 
moved to Antioch 65 years ago. 

Survivors are a son, Nason E. Sib- 
ley of Antioch, a brother, William 
Sponholtz of Yoakum, Texas, three 
sisters, Mrs. Louise Drake, Venice, 
Cal., Mrs. Charles Schinke, Spring- 
field, Wis., and Mrs. Paul Weber of 
Florida; also two granddaughters, 
Miss Mary Lou Sibley, Morton 
Grove, III., and Mrs. Richard Carter, 
Dayton, Ohio, and three great-grand- 
children. 

She was preceded in death by her 
husband, John E. Sibley, on May 2, 
1943. 

Funeral was held Wednesday at 
Strang Funeral Home, Antioch, the 
Rev. Wallace Anderson of Antioch 
Methodist Church "officiating. Bur- 
ial was in Wilmot cemetery. 



Calcutta, largest city in India and 
capital of tho stale of West Bengal, 
has a population of 2,9112,307 and is 
the thirteenth largest city in the 
world. 



Fred Palmer 

Fred Palmer, 77, of Pikeville, 
Bristol Township, died Thursday, 
Nov. 13 at his home after a lingering 
illness. He was born M«ay 15, 1802 v 
in Walworth, Wis., and moved to* 
Antioch, then to Lake Villa in 1938 
where he was a caretaker on the 
Harry Gardener estate. Upon his 
retirement two years ago he moved 
to Bristol Township. 

He married Alice Wells on March 
18, 1910, at Waukegan. 

Survivors include his widow; 
two brothers, Harry of Woods, Wis., 
and George of Chicago. Funeral 
was held Saturday, Nov. 15, at 
Strang Funoral Home, Antioch, the 
Rev. Gerald Robinson of Lake Villa 
Community Methodist Church offi- 
ciating. Burial was in Angola 
Cemetery, Lake Villa. 



Ivan O. Newell 

Ivan O. Newell, 73, of Wilmot, 
Wis., died Thursday, Nov. 13, after 
six months illness, in Burlington 
Memorial Hospital. 

Born June 21, 1885 in Kilbournc, 
Wis., he moved to Wilmot in 1918. 
He married Lulu E. WeDster on Mar. 
25, 1908 at Baraboo, Wis. He was a 
retired farmer at the time of his 
death. 

Surviving are four daughters: Mrs. 
Viola Foulke, of Salem, Wis.; Mrs. 
Zona Sattei'stein, Wilmot, Wis.; Mrs. 
Beatrice Behrens, Brighton, Colo.; 
Mrs. Joyce McGovern, Phoenix, 
Ariz; 17 grandchildren and two great 
grandchildren. 

He was preceded in death by his 
wife, Lulu in 1950 and a daughter, 
Gwendolyn. 

Funeral was hejd Monday, Nov. 17, 
at Strang Funeral Homo in Antioch, 
the Rev. Carroll Usher of the Wil- 
mot Methodist Church officiating. 
Burial was in Wilmot Cemetery. 



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Anna Stanaitis 

Mrs. Anna Stanaitis, a resident of 
Grass Lake Rd., near Antioch, died 
Monday morning at St. Luke's Hos- 
pital in Chicago after a short illness. 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanaitis moved to a 
farm in this area 15 years ago from 
Cicero and Mrs. Stanaitis moved to 
her Grass Lake home after her hus- 
band died in November, 1950. 

Survivors include a daughter, 
Mrs. Edward Yuska and two grand- 
sons, Millburn. 

Funeral will be in tho Vance Fu- 
neral Home, Cicero, Friday morning. 
Burial will follow at Cicero. 



Walter M. Larson 

Walter M. Larson, 57, of Sunset 
Oaks Subdivision, Trevor, Wis., died 
of a heart ailment Thursday, Nov. 
13, at Camp Lake Nursing Home. 
He was born March 29, 1901, at Flor- 
ence Township, Iowa. Mr. Larson 
moved to Trevor in 1951. 

He married Minnie Rebke in 
November, 1936. He was employed 
as a building trades laborer. 

Survivors include his widow, Min- 
nie, three sons, Gustav, Theodore 
and Robert; daughter Nancy, all of 
Trevor. Two sisters, Mrs. Anna 
Christy and Mrs. Margaret Fry and 
his mother, Mrs. Mary Larson, all 
of Kingsford, Mich., also survive. 

Funeral was held at 3 p. m. Sat- 
urday at Strang's Funeral'Home, An- 
tioch, with the Rev. Carroll Usher 
of Salem Methodist Church officiat- 
ing. Burial was in Liberty Ceme- 
tery. 



Frank Gayda 



Frank Gayda of Chicago, father ot 
Mrs. Charles Ackerman oi Indian 
Point, Antioch, died suddenly Tues 
day morning at the Ackerman home. 
Tho body was taken to the Becvar 
Funeral Homo in Chicago where 
funeral services will be held today. 
Burial will be in the Resurrection 
Cemetery, Chicago. 





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lOctPER^COPY MratinSei^ceto^Reaaera THE ANTIOCH iNEWS,THtf^ 

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Name 



The following iis A full and com-4. 
plete list of all the Real Estate and 
Pergonal property in the "Town of 
Antioch with the assessed value 
thereon as extended by the Super- 
visor of Assessments for the year 
1 1988 and published as required iby 
law to wit: 

Twp» 16. Eaitge 1® 
Section 1 ; 



5000 
8500 



5800 



140 



S60 
4470 
27S0 
8280 



2410 



620 



70 



2480 



Name Description . ' AWd Val. 

Orland L. Raether, .. W.ft Lot 

T. J. Fossland, Eft Lot .1 

• -Eft, 40 acres .....«...' 

Orland L. Raether,. E 80 rds , 

Lot 2,- Eft, 40 acres •-.. 7590 

Orland L. Raether, (ex 80, 

rds) Lot 2 Eft, 40 acres.... 
Henry & Martha Koch, rt of 

way 2 rds wide across E 

end Lot 2, Wft, 1 acre .... 
Orland L. Raether, (ex W 

32.50 A & ex rt of way) Eft 

Lot 2 Wft, 7 acres ...... 

John Kulaeh, W 32.80 acres 

Eft Lot 2, Wft. 32.50 acres 
John Kulaeh, Wk Wft Lot 2 

Henry & Martha Koch, Sft 
Wft Lot 2 Wft, 20 acres.... 

Henry & Martha Koch, (ex 
pt lyg Wly of cen In U.S. 
Rte. 45) also (ex S 721.94 
ft lyg Ely of cen In of U.S. 
Rte 45) Wft Lot 1 Wft 
fracl, 17.45 acres 

William J. Buesings, S 72L94 
ft lyg Ely of cen In hwy pt 
Wft Govt. Lot 1, 39.60 acs, 5S00 

Paul Suhadolnik, com at 
SW cor Govt Lot 1 th 
NEly 424.2 ft to pnt in cen 
In U.S. rte 45 that is 90.3 
ft NWly (measd alg cen In 
sd Hwy) of th S In sd Lot 1 
th NWly alg sd cen In to 
W In sd Lot 1 th S on sd W 

. In to pob pt Wft Lot 1 Wft 
frcl. 4.32 acres 

Barney & Belle Nelson, com 
at SW cor th N 79° E 6.20 
chs to cen of rd th S 27" E« 
alg cen of rd to S In th W 
on S In to pob pt Wft Lot 1 
Wft frol, .50 acre 

Henry & Martha Koch, (ex S 
721.94 ft) Eft Govt. Lot 1 

Wft, 18.13 acres 

Section 2-46-10 

John Kulaeh, N 8.50 acres E 
of rd Eft Lot 2 Eft, 8.50 
acres 2990 

Henry & Martha Koch, S 4.50 
acres E of rd Eft Govt. Lot 
2 also that pt Eft Govt Lot 

1 lyg Ely of Govt Lot 1, pt 
Eft, 5.70 acres 780 

H. A. Tillotson, W of rd Eft 
Lot 2, Eft, 26.40 acres 3630 

J. J. & E. A. Drobnick, pt 
descd in Doc 367796 pt ft 
lot 2, 1.10 acres 150 

Wilbur E. Hunter, Wft Lot 

2 Eft, 40 acres * 

H. A. Tillotson, Wft Lot 1 

Eft, 40 acres *«.- 5500 

Paul Suhadolnik, com at SW 
cor Eft Govt Lot 1 of sd 
sec th N on W In sd Eft 

; 845.05 ft th E with a SEly 
angle of 90 deg 35 min to 
E In sd Govt Lot 1 th S on 
sd In to S In sd Lot 1 th 
W on sd S In to pob pt E 
ft Govt Lot 1, 25.68 acres 

Michael & Mary Czapar, (ex 
E 30 rds) Eft Lots 1 & 2 
Wft, 51 acres .,.»..,,..-.*.*.- 

J. E. Brook, E 25 ft of E 30 
rds Eft Lots 1 & 2 Wft, 
1.50 acres ................................ 

Wilbur E. Hunter (ex E 25 ft) 
E 30 rds Eft Lots 1 & 2 
Wft, 28.50 acres -.. 

Glenn W. Fox, Lot 2 Wft W 
ft, 40.5 acres .,..........«, 

Lois Laursen, (ex E 60 rds) 
Wft Lot 1 Wft, 10.37 acres 

Glenn W. Fox, E 60 rds Wft 
Lot 1 Wft, 30.13 acres 4140 

Robert H. McElroy, com at 
pnt on W In Eft Govt Lot 
1 sd sec 845.05 ft N of SW 
cor sd Eft, th contg N on 
sd W In 242.55 ft to pnt 242 
ft S of NW cor Eft sd Govt 
Lot 1, th E 1236.6 ft to pnt 
in cen In. U.S. rte 45 268.85 
ft SEly fr intersn sd cen In 
wi N In sd Lot 1, th Sely 
alg sd cen In t inters 
a In that has a SE angle of 
90° 35' and dist 1355.8 
ft fr pob, th W on last desc 
In to pob, pt Eft Govt Lot 
1, 7.20 acres .... ; 

Joseph V. Huniey, com at 
pnt on W In Eft Govt Lot 
1 sd sec 1087.60 ft N of SW 
cor sd Eft , th contg N on sd 
W In 242 ft to NW cor Eft 
sd Govt Lot 1, th E on N 
In sd Lot 1, 1114.5 ft to in- 
tersn sd N In wi cen In U. 
S. Rte. 45, th SEly alg sd 
cen In 268.85 ft to inters 
a In that Is 1236.6 ft E of 
pob, th W 1236.6 ft to pob. 
Pt Eft Govt. Lot 1, 6.519A 



4080 
4680 



8110 



5730 



4400 



6050 



5370 



Section 3-46-10 

Otto Christiansen, (ex ,325 
A) & (ex com at SW cor E 
ft sec N 41.83 chs to N In 
E 21.52 chs S 2 deg W 41.52 
chs S to S In W 20.22 chs to 
beg) lots 1 & 2 Frl. Eft 
78.675 acres «.».. 

Vera Babor, com at a pt on 
the N In of Lot 2 of the Eft 
of Sec 3 21.52 chs E of the 
NW cor of sd Lot 2 th E on 
N In 97 ft th S 146 ft th W 
97 ft th N 146 ft to pob 

,.Om %M UL1 1? »«..»»-••« »«.*:'+>"» nw*" ■■•---■• ■•■»> **» 

Otto Christiansen, (ex S 40 
acres) th pt Wft SEft E 
of cen of rd (415D503) & 



Name : ^Description - Assd Val. 
(exljeg on N ;ln sd Sec 3 

11555,8 f t W from NE, cor 
ttof th Won sd N In 185.4 

if t th S 1 deg 45 min W 204.3 
ft th N 88 deg 65 min E 
159ft th N Odeg 16 mln E 
203.9 ft to pob) pt, 40.970 

Clarence Crowley, S 40 acres 
Wft SEft (416D505), 40A 

Norman" Petersenrbeg-onrN" - 
In sd sec 3 1558.8 ft W from 
NE cor thof th .W on sd N 
In 185.4 ft th S 1 deg 45, 
min W 204.3 ft th N 88 deg 
55 min E 159 f t th N 9 deg 
15 min E 203.9 ft to pob, pt . 
Eft, .806 acre 3860 

Joseph Wolf, (ex S 206 f t W 

470 ft) pt S of rd Wft, 64A 11000 

Clarence Crowley, S 113 ft- 
W.470 ft pt S of rd Wft, 
1.22 acres 3990 

Charles R. At wood, N 93 ft 
S 206 ft W 470 f t pt S of 
rd Wft, 1 acre 3440 

John P. Alwart, com on N In 
sd sec 1255 ft E of NW cor 
thof th S pari to W In sd 
sec 1700t4 ft to cen In pub 
hwy th N 83 deg 50 min E 
alg cen In sd hwy to E In 
Wft sd sec th N on sd E In 
to pt 1385.5 ft N of S In 
sd sec th N 13 deg 33 mln 
E alg cen In pub hwy 1414.4 
ft to N In sd sec th W alg 
sd N In to pob pt Govt Lots 

1 & 2, 56.174 acres 11550 

Joseph Wolf, W 50.83 A N of 
rd of SWft (415D502), 50.83A 

Section 4-46-10 

Clarence Crowley, N 44.67A 

Eft Lots 1 & 2, Eft, 44.67 A 

Donald L. White, (ex N 192 

ft thof) E 386.1 ft N of rd 

pt Eft Govt Lot 1 Eft, 2.17 

Leith J. Eppers, N 192 ft of 

. E 266.1 ft N of .rd pa Eft 
Govt. Lot 1, Eft, 1.17 acres 

Orville E. Haycock, all S of 
rd Eft Lot 1 (280D469) E 
ft, 28.01 acres 

Benedictine Fathers, (ex N 

165 ft) also (ex E 158 ft 

S 252 ft Govt Lot 1) E 50 

ac Govt Lots 1 & 2 Wft 

frcl, 45.94 acres 6330 

Benedictine Fathers, N 165 ft 
E 50A Govt Note 1 & 2 

, frcl, 3,16 acres 410 

Richard W. Kaye. (ex pt 
descd 289D600) & (ex W 
848.9 ft lyg N of cen pub 
hwy) & (ex pt S of cen pub 
hwy) Wft Govt Lots 1 & 

2 Eft frl, 22.03 acres 8280 

Orville E. Haycock, (ex E 
366.1 ft) also (ex com at 
intersn W In Eft Eft sd 
sec wi cen In state line 
rd, th N on sd W In 443.5 ft 
th E 51 f t th S 430 ft to cen 
In sd rd, th SWly alg sd 
cen In to pob) all N of rd 
pt Eft Govt Lot 1 Eft 10.14 
acres ■ • 1850 

Nelson & Cecelia Gonyo, com 
at intersn of E In Wft E 
ft sd sec with cen In State 
In rd, th SWly alg sd cen 
In 213.4 ft th N 539.7 ft th 
E 241 ft, th S 430 ft to cen 
In sd rd, th SWly alg sd 
cen In to pob. Pt Eft, 3. 
acres . 6130 

John Holmes, E 155 ft S 
252 ft Govt Lot 1 Wft frcl < 
.90 acre 4880 

Benedictine Fathers, (ex N 
165 ft) also (ex pt lyg S of 
cen In of hwy) also (ex 
W 85.2 ft. S 252 ft as measd 
on S In sd sec) W 848.9 ft 
Wft Govt Lots 1 & 2 Eft 
frcl, 46.91 acres .. 8530 

John Holmes, (ex pt lyg Sly 
of cen In of hwy) W 85.2 
ft S 252 ft pt Wft Eft 
frcl, .45 acre U 140 

Benedictine Fathers, N 165 ft 
W 848.9 ft Wft Govt Lots 1 
& 2 Eft frcl, 2.64 acres 410 

Arthur J. McGreal, (ex pt 
descd in 289D600 & ex all 
N of rd 72.03A) Wft Lots 1 
& 2 Eft, 9.47 acres 9220 

Hulda Lasco, W 50 A E 100 A 
Lots 1 & 2 Wft, 50 acres .... 11690 

Chester L. Miller, (ex com at 
NW cor of E 100 acs of 
Govt Lots 1 & 2 of Wft 
frcl Sec 4 th W alg N In 
sd sec 751.4 ft to NE cor 
of W 400° ft of sd sec th S 
alg E In sd W 400 ft 1344 
ft th Ely 727 ft mol to pt 
in W In sd E 100 acs wh is 
1292 f t S of pob th N alg W 
In sd E 100 acs 1292 ft to 
pob) & (ex E 100 acs) & 
(ex com at a pt on W In 
sd sec 252 ft N of SW cor 
thof th NEly 35.5 ft to pt 
32 ft E of sd W In & 261 
ft N of S In sd sec th E 
368 ft to pnt 259 if t N of S 
In sd sec th N & pari to W 
In sd sec to N In sd Govt 
Lot 2 th W on sd N In to 
W In sd sec th S on sd W 
In to pob) Lots 1 & 2 pt W 
ft, 27.02 acres 14710 

Benedictine Fathers, com at 
NW cor of E 100 acs Govt 
Lots 1 & 2 pt Wft sec 4 
th W alg N In sd sec 751.4 
ft to NE cor of W 400 ft sd 
sec th S alg E In sd W 400 
ft 1344 ft th Ely 727 ft mol 
to pt in W In sd E 100 acs 
3440 wh is 1292 ft S of pob th N 
alg W In sd E 100 acs 1292 
ft to pob pt Lots 1 & 2 pt 
Wft, 22.48 acs 3090 



Description Ass'd Val. 

Section 5-46-10 

Chester L« Miller, com at SE 

; *or sdfsec^ *h ^algjStln 

thof 682 ft th N part to E In 

sdsec 213 ft th E pari tofS 

:ln sd sec 34 ft sth N pari 

to E In sd sec 21i75;ft4h B 

pari to S In thof 488.85 ft 

Ih NEly 62.5 ft mol io pt in 

E In sd ; sec 5 wK^sis ^252>ft 



Niof5SE eor ihof th S alg 
sd E In 252 ft to pdblipV 
Eft Eft Govt Lot 1, 3.14A 
Crown Realty Co.. ; th pt^ in 
feed of Cross Lake pt Eft, 

Otto C.6e Lillian rRentner,; 
E 72.5 ft of th pt Wft Govt 
Lot 2 of E frl ft of frl Sec 
5-46-10 lyg - S of N-30 rda 
thof & N of N In of Zelin- 



7280 



1310 



• •4M**fl*l« 



*si'dVa! 
194330 



8920 



7700 



ll414,Utt<* 



690 



1110 



8120 



8770 



3580 



14570 



210 



.11900 
8600 
1430 



960 



ger Lane, .73 dcre 
Stella Willmann, (ex W 72.5 
ft E 145 ft) also <ex W 72.5 
ft E 290 ft) W 287.5 ft E 
340 ft of th pt Wft Govt 
Lot 2 of E frl ft of frl Sec 
5-46-10 lyg S of N 30 rds 
thof & N of N In of Zelisi- 

Ser Lane (ex thfrom Lot 1 
i ZeUnger's Apple Ridge 
Sub), .956 acre 2750 

Wm. Kenner, M. D„ W 72.5 
ft of E 145 ft of pt Wft 
Govt Lot 2 of E frcl ft of 
fracl sec ,5 lyg S of N 30 
rds thof & N of N In of 
Zelinger Lane, .732 acre.... 

Sophie A. Jemilo, W 72.5 ft 
of E 290 ft of pt Wft 
Govt Lot 2 of E frcl ft of 
frcl Sec 5 lyg S of N 30 rds 
thof and N of N In of Zel- 
inger's Lane and E of and 
ad] Lot 1 of Zelinger's Ap- 
ple Ridge Sub., .732 acre .... 2750 

Chas. Alvers Sr., (ex com at 
intersn of Wly In Fox Riv- 
er rd with N In sd sec th 
SWly alg sd Wly In 290.69 
ft, th W pari to N In sd sec 
137.76 ft th N 290 ft to pnt 
on sd N In wh is 158 ft W 
of pob th E 156 ft to pob) 
pt Eft Lot 2 Wft frcl. 
OfVO *tt res «, + itti>(<4tir.iii''4<it4'*'*>* 

Chas, Alvers, Sr., th pt of 
E ft of Govt Lot 2 of W 
frcl ft of Sec 5-46-10 lyg E 
of cen of Fox River rd or 
hwy (ex thfrom Mer- 
chants Ice Co. Spur ROW 
as descd in Doc 43394), 26 
acres 

Ted Ozga, com at intsn of 
Wly In Fox River rd with 
N In sd sec th SWly alg . 
sd Wly In 290.69 f t th W 
pari to N In sd sec 137.76 
ft th N 290 ft to pnt on sd 
N In wh is 156 ft W of 
pob th E 156 ft to pob pt 
Eft Lot 2 Wft frcl .95 acre 10730 

Fred G. Chapp, S 218 ft of 
th pt of Govt Lot 1 of W 
frl ft of Sec. 5-46-10 lyg 
W of a In dm at R A to 
a pt on S In thof & 11 rds 
E of Ely In of Soo Line 
Ry ROW & E of Ely In 
of sd RR ROW, 1 acre 2890 

Chas. Alvers, Sr., th pt of 
Eft of Govt Lots 2 & 1 of 
W frl ft of Sec 5-46-10 as 
conveyed to Merchants Ice 
Co. & descd in Doc 43395 
1 acre 140 

Joseph Patrovsky, th pt of 
Wft Govt Lot 2 of W frlft 
of Sec 5-46-10 lyg W of Soo 
Line RR ROW (ex thfrom 
th pt conveyed to sd RR for 
gravel pit spur & descd in 
Dec 97635), 17 acres 2340 

Art McGreal, pt lyg W of 
Wly ROW In of Soo In RR 
& Nly of In drawn 50 ft dist 
SWly from cen In of aban- 
doned gravel pit supr pt 
Wft, .50 acre 140 

Louis Paiml, com in, cen of 
Fox River rd 420 ft Nly 
Fox River rd 420 ft Nly 
from S In th N 7 deg 32 min 
E lag rd 240 ft to culvert 
th S 74 deg 30 min W alg 
Alvers S ppty In & alg old 
ditch 594.6 ft to Alvers N 
& S ppty In extd th S 90 f t 
th N 89 deg 44 min E 544 ft 
ft to pob pt Eft Lot 2, W 
ft frl, 2.22 acres 2680 

Anton Kairys,* (ex Kairy's* 
First Add to Kairy's Sub) 
pt Wft Govt Lot 2 lyg Ely 
of ROW of Mils Stp & S 
Stem. Ry. and N of S In 
Lot 5 of Kairy's Sub extd 
W to sd Ry., Wft , 19.45 acs. 2680 

E. Cardiff, th pt of Govt 



6530 



280 



7150 



3990 



890 



f 



XI 

Lot 1 of W'frf ft of Sec 5- 
46-10 lyg E of hwy (ex 
thfrom S 58 rds thof), 7acs 

Jefferson Ice Co., th pt Govt 
Lot 1 of Wft of frl Sec 5- 

46-10 conveyed to Theodore 
M. Palaske & descd in Doc 
431346, .275 acre ■... 

Jos. Patrovsky, % pt of Govt 
Lot 1 of W frl ft of Sec 5-. 
46-10 lyg W of cen of Fox 
River rd or hwy & also W 
of Soo Line RR ROW (ex 
thfrom W 5 chs of the S 8 
chs thof also ex thfrom the 
S 8 acres thof lyg E of W 5 
chs thof & also ex thfrom 
th pt thof conveyed to Lud- 
va Rausar & descd in Doc 
189590), 35 acres 

Jos. Patrovsky, th pt of Govt 
Lot 1 of W frl ft of Sec 5- 
46-10 lyg W of Fox River 
rd or hwy & also W of Soo 
Line RR ROW conveyed to 
Ludva Rausar & descd in 
Doc 189590 as follows to- 
wit: com on Wly In of hwy 
at a pt 109 ft SWly of Sly 
rail of Soo Line RR th W 
262 ft th NWly 605 ft to a 
pt 262 ft W of Wly In of 
sd RR ROW th E 262 ft to 
Wly In of sd RR ROW th 
SEly alg RR ROW to Wly 
In of hwy th SWly to 



10590 



12930 



'Description 
3 JO' acres 
Emll R. & Marg. Lubkeman, 
VF 5 chs of the S 18 schs of 
Govt Lot 1 >of Wft of frl 
Sec 5-46-10 (ex thfrom E 
75 ft S 268 ft thof), &516 

Aug. Lubkeman, E 75 ft W 

330 f t S 288ift ofiGoyt Lot 

^ ^ of Wft^bf frl sec, ^484^ae 

Arthur C Lubkeman, ;E 417 

ft W 747 ft S 264 ft of Govt 

Lot 1 at ^Wft of f rl sec, ; 

ikiUw ' %iCK€5 ....km .?<)•: ii 

Geo. Kolar, beg at pnt in 9 In 
181 ft W of pt of ints sd 
S In with cen In Fox Lake- 
Antioch rd th N pari to W 
In 264 ft th W pari to S In 
165 ft th th Sparl to-Eln 
264 ft th E on S In 165 ft to 
pob pt Wft, 1 acre ............ 

Wesley W. Reeves, Eft S 264 
ft E 330 ft W 1319.8 ft Wft 

Robert E. Horton, Wft of S 
264 ft E 330 ft W 1319.8 ft 

Wft frcl, 1 acre 9770 

T. J. Masek, E 161 ft measd ' 
on S In & 188.5 ft measd on 
N In of th pt of the S 264 
ft of Govt. Lot 1 of Wft of 
frl Sec 5-46-10 lyg W of 
cen In of Fox River rd or 
hwy, 1.06 acre 10500 

Mrs. Nina Fox, (ex S 218 ft 
thof) & (ex pt lyg SWly 
of RR) & (ex com at ints 
of Ely ROW In of Fox 
River rd with Nly ROW In 
of M. St. P & S. Ste. M. 
RR, th NEly alg sd Ely 
ROW In sd hwy 25 ft th S 
83 deg 07 min E 270 ft th 
S 6 deg 53 min W 395.5 ft 
mol to Nly ROW In sd RR 
th NWly alg sd RR ROW 
In 458.75 ft mol to pob) 
S 58 rds lyg Wly of ditch 
E of Hwy & Ely of RR, pt 
NWft, 6.40 acres ..,.-. 

D-X Sundray Oil Co., com 
at ints of Ely ROW In of 
Fox River rd with Nly 
ROW In of M. St. P. & S. 
Ste. M. RR th NEly alg sd 
Ely ROW In sd Hwy 25 ft 
th S 83 deg 07 min E 270 
ft th S 6 deg 53 mln W 
395.5 ft mol to Nly ROW 
In sd RR th NWly alg sd 
ROW In 458.75 ft to pob, pt 
NWft, 1.30 acres 

W. L. Barthel, S 218 ft of th 
pt of Govt Lot 1 of W frl 

I ft of Sec 5-46-10 lyg E of 
a In drn at RA to a pt on S 
In thof & 11 rds E of Ely 
In of Soo Line RR ROW & 
W of Wly In of ditch, 1.50 

Ralph Kinrade, th pt S 58 rds 
of Govt Lot 1 of W frl ft 
of Sec 5-46-10 lyg E of hwy 
& W of Soo Line RR ROW 
1.50 acres - 4120 

Sadie Kravitz, S 58 rds of th 
pt of Govt Lot 1 of W frl 
ft of Sec 5-46-10 lyg E of 
the Wly In of ditch, 7.30 ac 

Section 6-46-10 

Wladyslaw Misiek, (ex RR) 
Lot 2 Eft, 77.55 acres .... 

Art McGreal, N 100 ft Lot 2 
E ft (being abandoned 
switch trackt) 6 acres ........ 10310 

Albert Herman, (ex beg 

on W In 1120.4 ft N of SW 

cor th E 1325.1 ft to pt 

1127.5 f t N of S In th N 

198 ft to N In th W on N 

In to NW cor th S to pob) 

Lot 1 Eft, 74 acres 19260 

Henry Lundegard, com on W 
In 1120.4 ft N of SW cor th 
E 1325.1 ft to pt 1127.5 ft 
N of S In th N 198 ft to N 
In th W on N In to NW cor 
th S to pob pt Lot 1, Eft 
6 acres 4270 

James McMillen, (ex S 600 
ft. E 660 ft & except 
E 440 ft lying North of 

5 660 ft) & (ex W 440 ft E 
1320 ft N 990 ft S 1650 ft) 

6 (ex Doc 367119) & (ex 
Morley's New Venice) & 
(ex First Add to Morley's 
New Venice) Wft frcl, 
60.03 acres 15540 

Otto Welinske, N 240 ft E 
165 ft W 330 ft of th pt lyg 

5 of & adj S In Beach 
Drive, pt Wft, 1 acre 

James McMillen, N 367.8 ft 
W 1165.6 ft Wft, 10 acres 

Jas. McMillen, that pt descd 
as com 660 ft N of S line 

6 880 ft W of E In Wft Sec 
6 th N 990 ft th W 440 ft 
th S 900 ft th E 440 ft to 
pob (ex 30 ft strip on N&S 
sides for rd) pt frl Wft, 
10 acres ,. 

Thomas Haley, (ex Haley's 
Sub), th pt Eft Wft descd 
as com E In Wft Sec 6" 660 
ft N of SE cor to N In sec 
th Wly alg N In sec 440 ft 
th S 2189.3 ft th E 440 ft 
to beg (ex S 30 ft for st.) 
pt Wft, 1 acre 5500 

R. O. Sigwalt, beg at SE cor 
N alg E line of sd Wft 
660 ft to center of a rd W 
pari with S In sec 660 
ft S pari with last In 660 
f t E to pob (ex 30 ft on N 
line for rd), 10 acres ... 



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Albert Herman, (ex pt descd 

, in Doc 354770) W 2/3 E% 
NE'/4, 69.831 acres 

Norman S. & Ruth Jcdele, 
beg at pt on W In f20l.2 
ft S of NW cor Eft Wft 
NEft th S on sd W In 183 
ft th E at R. A. to sd W 
In 770 ft th N pari to W 
In 183 ft th W 770 ft to 
pob pt NEVi, 3.24 acres .... 

Clifford E. Randall, beg at 

8t on W In 814.2 ft S of 
[W cor Eft Wft NEy 4 sec 
th S alg sd W In 250.72 ft 
th E at R. A. to sd W In 770 



iName < Description . : 

Hi ih :N mm ft th^N 

deg ;35 min^W 7885 f t to 
. pob pt NEft, 2.93 acres.... 16230; 
Richard A. Ripley, beg at pt 

oh Win 1064.92 its of :NW 

cor Eft Wft NEft sec Ih 

Sof'sdW in 228.28 ft 
-th E at R. A; to sd W In 

770 ft th N pari to W ?ln a 
-226,28 ft thW to pob; j)t 

NEft,:4 acres .,„,...... ,11550 

Clarence Spiering, (ex com v 
at SW cor th N 8 rds th 
E to pt 116 rds W of E 
In sd Wft NEft th N to 
pt 33 ft S of cen in of 
crk th Ely to pt on E In sd 
Wft NEV4 33 tot S of cen; 
In of: sd creek th S onsd .. 

~E - lh 505:5 ft mol to S . In 
sd Wft rNEft th W on sd 

■ S ;ih to pob); Wft NEft, 

- 1 35.884 acres .....;...:„.....^. 

Deedie Tiffany.N beg 8 rds N 
of SE cor Wft Wft NEft 
th N 15 rds th W 15 rds th 
S 15 rds th E 15 rds to 
beg (555M565), 1.4 acres .... 

Warren R. Beattie, E 247.5 
ft N 126 ft S 419.5 ft measd 
alg E In and lyg S of cen 

In 4fereek pt Wft NE 1 /^... 

Frank J, Neydl, S 2 A Wft 
"NEft, 2 acres 

Clarence Spier in g, (ex a 
strip 25 ft on each side of 
C. L. proposed right of way 
for switch thru WftWft 
approx 3 acres mol) & (ex 

5 8 rods) NWft, 149 acres 
Florence M. Haviland, 50 ft 

ROW for a switch track 
thru Wft Wft NWft, 3 acs 

Florence M. Haviland, S 8 
rds NWft, 8 acres ..... 

Florence M. Haviland, (ex 
pt lyg S of cen rt 173 
(510590)) NEft SWft, 31 
acres 

Lillian G. Ackerman, (ex 

beg on S In rt 173 at pt wh 

is 756.5 ft E from W In 

th S pari to W In 154.5 ft 

to Nly In of Channel th Ely 

6 Nly alg th edge of chan- 
nel to S In of rte 173 th W 
alg S In rt 173 to. pob) all 
th pt of NEft SWft lyg 
S of cen of rt 173, 8,82 acres 1240 

Florence M. & Bernard J. 
Haviland, beg on S In rt * 
173 at pt wh is 756.5 ft 
due E from W In th S pari, 
to W In 154.5 ft to Nly In 
of channel th Ely & Nly 
alg channel edge to S In of 
Rt 173 th W to pob pt NE 
ft SWft, 18 acres 890 

Noel A. Frizzell, land descd 
in Doc 110482 NWft SW 
ft, 1.64 acres 280 

Florence M. Haviland, ex . 
land descd in Doc 110482) 
N% NWft SWft, 23.36 A 3230 

Anna Akeson, (ex com at 
SE cor NWft SWft sd sec >, 

th N 330.4 ft to N In Sft 
sd ft ft sec th W 243.5 ft 
th SEly with a SE angle of 
79 deg 25 min dist 330 ft 
to S In sd ft ft sec th E 
on sd S In to pob) E 25 rds 
Sft NWft SWft, 1.83 acres 4530 

Mathias Wintergerst, com 
at SE cor NWft SWft sd 
sec th N 330.4 ft to N In Sft 
sd ft 'ft sec th W 243.5 
ft th SEly with a SE angle 
of 79 deg 25 min dist 330 
ft to S In sd ft ft sec th 
E on sd S In to pob pt S 
ft NWft SWft, 1.42 acres 280 

Joseph Muska, E 8 rds W 16 
rds E 42 rds Sft NWft SW 
ft, 1 acre 4340 

E: T. & Anna Harmon, W 4 
rds E 42 rds S 20 rds NW 
ft SWft, .50 acre 

Maurice A. Harmon, W 4 rds 
E 38 rds S 20 rds NWft 
SWft, .50 acre 10720 

Carl & Anna Barthel. E 160 
ft W 210 ft Sft NWft SW 
ft, 1 acre ." 5640 

Russell H. Barthel, (ex 494D- 
289) & (ex W 210 ft & ex 
E 46 rds) Sft NWft SWft 
1.33 acres 9560 

Carl & Anna Barthel, com at 
a pt in N In Sft Sft NWft 
SWft 213.3 ft E of W In 
sec 7 th E alg sd In 153.8 
ft th S pari with W In sec 
304.6 ft to cen rt 173 th 
NWly alg cen hwy 159.6 
ft th N 262 ft to pob (494- 
D289) 1A pt Sft NWft 
SWft, 1 acre 

Thomas H. Thomas, W 4 rds 
E 46 rds Sft NWft SW 
ft , .50 acre ,....„.*.„.„,«. 

Chas. H. Smith, (ex com ^t 
NW cor of SWft SWft sd 
sec th S alg W In 330 ft 
th E pari with N In 260 ft 
th N pari to W In 344.4 ft 
to Sly In rt 173 th NWly 
alg sd Sly row In to W 
In sd SWft th S alg sd W 
In 82.6 ft to pob) & (ex N. 
330 ft E 157 ft W 596 ft SW 
ft SWft ) pt lyg Sly of rt 
173 Wft SWft, 34.56 acres 2340 

Russell Elliott, com at a pt 
on N In sd ft ft sec 130 
ft E ot NW cor thof th S 
330 ft th E 130 ft th N 
344.4 ft to Sly row In rt 
173 th NWly alg sd row In 
134.9 ft to pt 130 ft E of W 
In sd sec 7 th S 49.7 ft to 
pob pt SWft, 1 acre 7840 

8720 Mamie Wolf com at NW ' 
cor of SWft SWft sd sec 
th S alg W In thof 330 
ft th E pari with N In 130 
ft th N pari to W In 379.7 
ft to Sly In of Rt 173 th 
NWly alg sd Sly row In 
134 ft to W In sd ft sec 

17600 th S alg sd W In 82.6 ft to 

pob, pt Wft SWft, 1.25 A 690 
John E. Weiss, N 330 ft E 
157 ft W 598 ft lyg Sly of 
Sly row In of Rte 173 pt 
SWft SWft, 1.19 acres .... 9630 



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Name Description 

Lilllah O. Ackerman, 

NSWfti'40;acres ...;.»... 

-Bernard Naber, (ex W 264 
ft N 245 ft) also (ex W 264 
ft lyg S of N ;^58 ft) also 
(ex S 207.38 ft B 175 ft W 

.439 ft) also (ex N 100 ft S 
133 ft W 120/tt E 160 ft) 
Eft NWft vSBft, 11.556A 

Charles £B. Flint, ->3S 160 ft 

T N 665 ft W 264 ft Eft :«W 
ft SEft, .970 acre .»;;.;..;.' 

Harold W. Borchardt, E 175 
ft W439 ft S WltfSitt Eft 
NWft SEft i833 acre .... 

Robert M. Avery, S 150 ft 

N 816 HW 264it Eft NW 

? ft SEft , <909 acre ...... ;;..« 

Robert E. Storey, S 150 ft of . 
the N 965 1 1 of the-W 264 

* ft of Eft -NWft SEft, 

Arthur W.Wertz, (ex N 1115 
ft) W 264 ft Eft NWft SE 

ft, 1,254 acres 

Howard R. Rudolph. S 75 ft 
N 1115 ft W 264 ft Eft 

NWft SEft; ..45 acre 7910 

Russell Homan, S 75 ft N 
1040 ft W 264 ft Eft NW 

ft SEft, .45 acre 3230 

Nicholas P. Zeien, N 245 ft 
W 264 ft pt Eft NWft SE 

ft, 1.48 acres 

Eugene A. Diemer, W 120 ft 
E 160 ft N 100 ft S 133 ft 
pt Eft NWft' SEft, .275 

acre' 

Harry F. Furdom, S 150 ft 

N 505 ft W 264 ft pt Eft 

NWft SEft, .909 acre .... 

Flarencc M. Haviland, pt lyg 

N of S 439.72 ft Wft NW 

ft SEft, 13.48 acres 1860 

Raymond; F. Lorenz, (ex pt 
N of hwy of E 75 ft W 
210 ft of S 375.25 ft) also 
(ex pt N of hwy of E 75 
ft W 380 ft of S 271 ft) pt 
N of'Rte 173- of Wft SEft 

4.62 acres 26430 

Bernard J. Haviland, th pt 
of NWft- of SE cor sec 7 
com at a pt 285 ft E 123 ft 
N of SW cor sd sec in 
Nly ROW In of pub thwy 
th N pari with W In sd ft 
ft sec 143 ft th E pari with 
S In sd sec 75 ft th S pari 
with W In 198.4 ft to a pt 
in sd Nly ROW In of pub 
hwy th NWly alg sd Nly In 
91.45 ft to pob pt NWft, 

.28 acre 4340 

Antioch Recreation, Inc., E 
615 ft Wft Wft SEft lyg 
S of Rt. 173 (ex S 20 rds 

(502052), 14.44 acres 57750 

Frank J. Nejdl, th pt of S 
375.25 ft of E 75 ft W 210 
ft lyg N of hwy pt Wft N 

ft SEft, .279 acre 

C. L. Wertz, (ex pts S of 
cen Rt 173 descd 502052 & 
510590) N% SWft SEft, 

4.12 acres a 17050 

Lillian G. Ackerman, all th 
pt Wft NWft SEft & of 
the N% SWft SEft lyg 
Sly of cen Rt 173 (ex pt to 
J. B. Fields, Doc 502052) 
Doc 510590, 12.14 acres .... 
Lillian G. Ackerman, Sft 
SWft SEft, 10 acres 

Section 8-46-10 

Lemker, (ex E 40 
40 rds) also (ex S 
639.5 ft lyg W of E 40 rds) 
Eft NEft, 60.31 acres 13480 

Mary Kohler, S 40 rds E 40 
rds Eft NEft, 10 acres .... 

Walter Cording, S 369.5 ft 
lyg W of E 40 rds pt Eft 
NEft, 9.69 acres 

Vincent P. Nauseda, com in 
cen of rd on E line NWft 
SEft 15.08 chs N of SE cor 
W alg rd 6.833 chs S 33 ft 
deg E 4.63 chs S 24 deg E 
3.39 chs S 77ft deg E to 
pt 3 chs W of E In sd ft 
ft sec S to S In sd ft ft 
sec E to SE cor N to beg, 
pt NWft SEft, 5.61 acres ... 

Clarence Spiering, Eft SEft, 
80 acres 




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Fred Scott, SEft NEft S 

550.4 ft 280D470 NEft NE 

ft, 56.68 acres 7800 

Orville E. Haycock, (ex S 

550.4 ft 280D470) NEft 

NEft, 23.32 acres 3200 

Arthur J. McGreal, Wft NE 

ft, 80 acres 13270 

Hulda Lasco, (ex S 15A) E 

.ft NWft, 65 acres ...; 7660 

John Holmes, S 15A Eft NW 

ft, 15 acres 2060 

John & Esther L. Holmes, 

Wft NWft, 80 acres 26130 

John P. & Emma Heick, NE 

ft SWft, 40 acres 13060 

Clarence Spiering, Wft NW 

ft SWft, 10 acres 1380 

Clarence Spiering, SWft SW 

ft, 40 acres 

John P. & Emma Heick & 

Bertha Schmidt, N 75 ft 

SEft SWft, 2 acres 280 

Martin Furian, (ex W 10A) 

NEft SEft, 30 acres ....... 6190 

H. Fox, W 10 A NEft SEft 

10 acres 3580 

Joseph Lo Russo, NWft SE 

ft, 40 acres 

Joseph Lo Russo, SWft SEft 

40 acres 

Wolff Bros., SEft SEft, 40A 
J. V. Horton, Eft Wft NW 

ft SWft, 10 acres 

Ro*»ft Bvwell, Eft NWft 

SWft, 20 acres ..., f 

Section 10-46-10 

Ted C. Larson, Tr„ (ex Nft) 

Eft NEft, 40 acres 

Lois Laursen, Eft NEft NE 

ft, 20 acres 

Glenn- W. Fox, Wft NEft 

NEV4, 20 acres 

Clarence Crowley, NWft 

NEft, 40 acres 

Ted C. Larson, Tr., SWft NE 

ft, 40 acres 1100 

Clarence Crowley, Nft NW 

ft, 80 acres ..„. 20030 

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Name Deicriptloa Asi'd^Val 

Fred Scott, Stt NWW, 80A 
Fred fScott, NEW SWW, 40A1 
Martin Furlan, NWW SW 

W,^40?acres ;.:„.....,..-........... 

Stanley Berklll t SW*SWW 80 

: Nacres ^.i;..i............... ........... 

Ted; C. Larson, Tr , NMi SE 

W| 80 acres ....... ......... 

Ted -C l Larson, Tr,. SWW 

SEV4, 40 acres 

Wilhelm Klnaat, SEW SEYa, 

44J acres .j. ........ «..«.«• • 

-Section 11-40-10 

Barney 8c Belle Nelson, (ex 
jS?Ss2 rds N 14,34 oha) EW 

^NEW, 79 acres ... 

Charles C. Quiggle. sW 10 

: rds N 16 rds NW W^NE W; 

x Bcrc »#•«•*• *#*•■••** •*•*#•••••*•«*•*#•*• 

Barney & Belle Nelson, ex 

W 826.27 ft) 8c (ex S 2 rds 

N 14.34 chs NWW NEW 

SW NWW ; NEW, 7.10 acres 

Charles C. Quiggle, ex W 10 

rds N 16 rds) NW NWW 

NEW also 1.75 acres in NW 

cor SW NWW NEW; 20.75 

Qcrtrs ■•*#••■•■•*■< »»•»•*•#■**»• tt *••■•< 

Barney 8c Belle Nelsonu_Jex 
W 826:27 ft) SWW NEW, 

. Charles-d Quiggle. * (ex N 
20 rds W 14 rds) W 826.27 
it of S W WW NEW eVS 
2 rds N 14.34 ens lyg E of 
W 826.27 ft of NEW pt 
NEy4, 37.19 acres .' .'-. 

J. E. Brook, SW NEW NW 
W & E 25 ft NW UEYa NW 



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y4, 20.37 acres 550 

Wilbur E. Hunter, (ex SW 8c 

ex E 25 ft NW) NEW NW 

W, 19.63 acres 2080 

Ted C. Larson, Tr., NWW 

NWy4, 40 acres 2610 

Ted C. Larson, Tr., SWy4 

NWW, 40 acres 

J. E, Brook-Simons 6c Bacon 

pt lake SEy4 NWW, 40A. ... 
Charles C. Quiggle, NEy4 

SWy4, 40 acres 

Albert & Otto Sprenger, NW 

y 4 SWy4, 40 acres 3160 

Albert & Otto Sprenger, SW 

- SWy4, 80 acres 11000 

N. C. Christenson. EVi SEW 

80 acres 15820 

N. C. Christenson, NW NWW 

SEy4, 20 acres :... 2410 

Nils C. Christenson, (ex W 

33 ft( S 50 ft NWtt SEW 

& (ex W 33 ft) 61 (ex S 33 

ft) swy 4 SEy4 pt wvi 

SEy 4 . 39.47 acres 4810 

Charles C. Quiggle, (ex S 50 
ft> S% NWy 4 SEV4 & W 33 

ft & s 33 ft of swy4 sEy4 

pt WW SEy4, 20.53 acres .... 
Section 12-46-10 
Barney E. Nelson, (ex S 10 

rds E 8 rds) EW NEW, 

79.5A ....: 14020 

Barney Nelson, S 10 rds E 8 

rds EMt NEy4, .5 acre 

Barney E. Nelson, (ex W 30 

rds) NW/4 NEW 25 acres 
Wm. J. Buesing, W 30 rds 

NWy< NEy4, 15 acres 

Wm. J. Buesing, (ex 2A cem 

lot in SE cor) SWW NEW 

38 acres 

Barney & Belle Nelson, (ex 

S 2 rds) N 14.34 chs W of 

rd NWy 4 NW%, 14.35 acres 

Charles Quiggle, S 2 rds N 

14.34 chs W. of rd NWtt 

NW/4, .65 acre ...» 

Barney E. Nelson, com 80 rds 

S of NW cor NWVi S 80 

rds E 80 rds N 40 rds NW 

to beg pt swy4 Nwy 4 , 

.30 acre 10590 

Sam Hernquist, (ex N 14.34 
chs & ex com 80 rds S of 
NW cor S 80 rds E 80 rds 
N 40 rds NW to beg) all W 
of rd NW 1 /!, 1G acres 

William J. Buesing, (ex all 
W of rd) NWy 4 , 99 acres .... 

Barney E. Nelson, (ex schl 
lot 1A in SE cor) WW SW 
Ya, 79 acres ..... 

Helen K. & L. C. Scott, E*fe 
SW 1 /*, 80 acres 

Helen K. & L. C. Scott. NW^ 
SEV4, 40 acres 

Margaret J. Traeger, SWW 
SEW, 40 acres 

Margaret J. Traeger, EW SE 

Ya, 80 acres 26130 

Section 13 46-10 

Pedersen Bros.. EYt NEW, 

80 acres 35200 

Ferry C. Mayer, (ex E 20 A) 

NW/4 NEy 4 , 20 acres 2750 

Pedersen Bros.. E 20 A. NWy4 
NEW 20 acres 2750 

Pedersen Bros., SWW NEW 

40 -acres :.. 5500 

Barney Nelson, NW^NW^, 
40 acres 5500 

Ferry C. Mayer, NEW NWW 
40 acres 14160 

Albert Doolittle. N 2rds SW 

W NW/4, 1 acre 140 

J. E. Brook, (ex N 2 rds) SW 

W NWy 4 . 39 acres 5360 

W. D. Thompson. S 12 1/3 rds 
W 13 rds of pt E of N & S 
rd SE'/4 NWW 1 acre 1930 

Pedersen Bros., (ex S 12 1/3 
rds W 13 rds of th pt lyg 
E of rd) & (ex N 280 ft lyg 
E of cen In of hwy) pt lyg 
E of Rte 45, SEy4 NWW, 
28.27 acres 7910 

First National Bank. Tr„ N 28 
ft lyg E of cen In Rte 45 pt 
SEW NW 1 /*, 8.40 acres .... 15200 

F. H. Spiering. that pt W of 

N & S rd SEy 4 NWW, 2.33A 8730" 

F. H. Spiering, (ex N 8 rds 
W of hwy) NEW SWW, 

fc 39.50 s acres 31560 

"Albert Doolittle. NWW SW, 

W 40 acres 5500 

Louis I. Behm, com at intersn 
of N In SVfe SWW sd sec 
with cen In Rte 45 th SEly 
alg sd cen In 60.75 ft to pob 
th W to pnt 211.27 ft E of 
W In EW sd SWY* th S 
259.82 ft th E to cen In sd 
hwy th NWly alg sd cen In 
263 ft to pob also com at 
. intsn of N In SV* SWW sd 

. sec with cen In Rte 45 th 
Sely alg sd cen In 384.7 ft 
to pob th W 335.16 f t th S 
445.54 ft th E 406.67 ft to 
cen In sd Rte 45 th NWly 
alg sd cen In to pob also 
com at inters of a In rung 
pari to & 438.04 ft N of S 
In sd SWVi with cen in Rte 
45 th W on sd pari In 627.57 
ft th SWly 560 ft mol to pr 
57.37 ft N of S In sd W sec 



Nam* Description ; , A«'c5 Val 

6e 916.23 ft E of Win sclW 

:, sec th S 21 deg 37 mln 1 W to , . 
S lii sdSWW th E on sd 9 
In to cen In sd Rte 49 th 
NWly alg cen iid thwy to 
pob pt SWy 4 , 16.21 acres .... 

Elizabeth C. Hunter, pt E of 
rd SW SWW r 2390 acres 

George Kovacevich, com at 
NW cor SW SWW sd sec th 
EonNlnsdSW W sec 4808 
ft to cen Incite ^45 itttSEly 
alg ad cen In 80.75 ft th W 
to^pnt 211 27 ft « of W <ln 
?EW sd W sec th S 259;82 
ft th E to cen In sd Rte 45 

1 th SEly alg sd cen In to pnt 

' 384;7 ft SEiy of N In sd 
SW SWW th W 335.16 ft th 
S 445.84 ft th-E 406.67 ft to, 

■ cen In sd Rte 45 th SEly in 
sd cen In to inters a pnt 
438.04 ft due N of S In sd 
W sec th W 627.57 ft th 
SWly 560 ft mol to inters 
a pnt that is 87,37 ft N & 

i 916.23 ft E of SW cor sd 
SWW th S 21 deg 57 min 
W to S In sd W secth W 
on sd S In to W In sd SWW 
th : N on sd W In to pob, pt 
S W SWW , 39.89 acres ........ 

Millbum Farms, Inc., EW SE 

F.H. Spiering, NWW .SEWV 

40 acres — ■■• 

Elizabeth C. Hunter, SWW 

Olid 74, 4U flCTcS mm ><ia— 4**i<* ** ■ t »l_»*im 

F. M, Spiering, com at cen 
of pub hwy on W sec In & 
running on cen of hwy Sly 
8 rds on hwy from Hickory 
to Mill burn th W to W In 
of NEW of SWW sric th N 
8 rds to cen of hwy on sd W 
sec In th E to pob 403D608, 
.50 acre . 



Nam* DiJtripHon AndVel 

W secl240?ft7^h N 200 ft - 
to pob. pt EW SWW, U3 

Harry G. Behrena, S 150 ft 
, W 200JtlN;38fl ft ptNWW 

Harold Wilton, W 12 rds N 
20 rds NWW SEW, 1,60 A 

LllUan Stelmach, (ex W 12 
rds Nj20Jrds) NW SEW 

Lillian Steimach, SWW SE 

T4 * ^W flCTCS I «»•••«« ***a*444*a*«4***44lt. 

Homer White, SEW SEW, 40 
acres 



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Section 14-46-10 

Albert Doolittle, (ex E 328.36 
ft of SWW .NEW) & (ex 
S 417.42 ft W 208.71 ft E 
838.71 ft of SEW NEW) 
NEy4, 148 acres 20350 

Albert H. Doolittle, (ex W 
198.96 ft S 218.95 ft) S 
417.42 ft W 208.71 ft E 
838,71 ft pt SEV4 NEW, 1A 140 

Raymond Beatchke, W 198.96 
ft S 218.95 ft E 838.71 ft - 
pt SEW NEW, 1 acre 7430 

Albert & Otto Sprenger, NW 

y4, 160 acres 30250 

Daniel Moriarty, W^11.57W 
chs S 11.57 chs EW-SWWj 
13.50 acres 5710 

Gordon Wells, ex W 11.57 
chs S11.57 chs) EW SWW, 
66.50 acres 15050 

Daniel J. Moriarty, S 28 rds 
1W Iks E 57 rds NWW SW 
W, 10 acres X 1380 

Lillian Steimach, ex S^B-rds 
m Iks E 57 rds) NWW SW 
W, 30 acres 4130 

Daniel J. Moriarty, SWW SW 

W, 40 acres - 9080 

Albert Doolittle. (ex W 
329.42 ft) NWW SEW, 
30 acres 4130 

Albert Doolittle, (ex SW) & 

(ex NWy 4 ) SEy4, 40 acres ' 41800 

A. R. Doolittle, (ex W%) 
also (ex pt lyg S of N 330 
ft) SW SEW, 5 acres 690 

A. R. Doolittle, (ex E 100 ft 
S 843.5 ft thof ) W% SVfe SE 
W, 58.064 acres 7980 

George Kovacevich, com at 
pnt on E In SEV4 sd sec 330 
ft S of NE cor thof th W 
664.6 ft mol to W In E Ms E 
Vz sd W sec th S on sd W 
In 150 ft th W 100 ft th S ' 
843.5 ft to S In sd SEVi th 
E of sd S In to SE cor sd 
V-t sec th N of E In sd V* 
sec to pob. Pt SEy4, 16.936 
acres 



5020 



280 
140, 



280 



140 

210 

8810 

2480 



830 



210 



1380 
11850 



2340 

Section 15-46-10 

A. H. Elfering, EW NEW 80 
acres 19940 

Arthur A. Hermann, also 
land descd 347D236 S 12.65 
rds W 12.65 rds SWV4 NE 
y4, 3 acres 4400 

Wilhelm Kinast, ex land 
descd 347D236 & ex S 12.65 
rds W 12.65 rds) WW NEW 
77 acres 18150 

Stanley Berkiel. NW NWW 
80 acres - 16910 

Wolff Bros., Stfs NWy 4t 80A 19250 

Joseph Kukielka, SWW SW 

W, 40 acres 9350 

Walter I Prazier, (ex S 150 ft 
N 365 ft W 200 ft of NWW 

swy 4 ) Nwy 4 swy 4 also 

pt E'/fe SWW daf: com at 
NW cor thof th S alg W In 
744 ft th NEly to pnt 200 ft 
S of pnt in N In wh is 600 
wt E of pob, th N 200 ft to 
N In th W 600 ft to pob. 
Prt NW SWW 45.82 acres 2480 

Franz F. Gerards, (ex com at 
pnt on N 'In sd SWW 960 
ft E of NW cor thof th E 
alg sd N In 100 ft th S pari 
to W In sd W sec 277.60 ft 
th W pari to N In sd Yt sec 
310 ft th S pari to W In sd 
y 4 sec 22 ft th W pari to N 
In sd SWV4 30 ft to pnt 
720 ft E of W In & 299.60 ft 
S of N In EW sd SWy 4 th 
N pari to sd W In 99.6 ft . 
th E pari to N In sd Vi sec 
240 ft the N 200 ft to pob) 
beg on N In 960 ft E of NW 
cbr th S 200 ft th W pari to 
N In to pnt 720 f t E of W 
In EVi sd SWW th S pari to 
sd W In to S In th E to SE 
corn th N to pob pt EYz SW * 
W, 34.12 acres 9220 

William W. Horton, Jr.. N 200 
ft E 360 ft W 960 ft EW SW 
W. 1.64 acres 11280 

William W. Horton, Jr., beg 
on W In 744 ft S of NW cor 
th NWly to pt wh is 200 ft 
S & 600 ft E of NW cor 
th E pari to N In 120 ft th . 
S pari to W In to S In tOi 
W to SW cor th N to pob 
pt EVz SWW, 36.61 acres... 5030 

William Horton, Sr., com at 
pnt on N In SWy4 sd sec 
960 ft E of NW cor thof th 
E alg sd N In 100 ft th S 
pari to W In said W sec 
tion 277.6 feet then West 
pari to N In sd V\ sec 310 
ft th S pari to W In sd W 
sec 22 ft th W pari to N 
In sd SWy 4 30 ft to pnt 
720 ft E of W In & 299.60 
ft S of N In EYz sd SWW 
th N pari to sd W In 99.6 
ft th E pari to N In sd 



Section 16-46-10 

Wolff Bros,, Lot L 40 acres 
O. W. "& Freda ■ErTurneft 

beg at a pt in W In 1007.23 
it S of NWcor th S 88 deit 
49 mln E 300ft th N 500ft 
th N 88 deg 49 min W 300 
(ft to W In th S on W In 
500 ft to pob also (ex N 
1007.23 ft) W 12 it Lot 2 
also W 12 ft lots 9 & 18 pt 
School Trs Sub, 4.23 acres 5120 

O. W, Turner (ex beg at •: 
pt on W In 1007.23 ft S of 
NW cor th S 88 deg 49 min 

E 300 ft th N 500 ft th N 
■ 88 deg 49 min W 300 ft to 
W In th S on W In 500 ft 
to pob) & (ex W 12 ft lyg 
S of N 1007.23 ft) Lot 2, 

Dr/Wm. P. Tague (ex Sil- 
ver Grove Sub) WW Lot 
3, 18 acres « 

Dr. Wm. P. Tague, (ex E 33 
ft) S 69.1 ft EW Lot 3, 1A 

O. W. Turner, (ex Silver 
Lake Highlands & ex add 

. to Silver Lake Park & ex 
S 69.1 ft) EW Lot 3, 12A 

O. W. Turner, E 33 f t S 69.1 
ft Lot 3 & E 33 ft Lots 8 & 
14, 1 acre -v.. 

Myra W. Randall, E 10 rds 
S 24 rds Lot 4, 1.50 acres 

Wm. & Mary Golm, (ex E 10 
rds S 24 rds), Lot 4, 38.50A 

Wm. & Mary Golm, Lot 5, 
20 . acres 

Wm. & Mary Golm, (ex W 
450 ft E 615 ft S 774.2 ft & 
ex E 10 rds) Lot 6, 7 acres 

Myra W. Randall, E 10 rds 
Lot 6, 5 acres 4130 

Bert Edwards,- (ex 423D603) 
W 450 ft E 615 ft S 774.2 
ft Lot 8 7.70 acres 6600 

Charles Alvers, Jr., W 60 
ft E 615 ft S 200 ft Lot 6 
(423D603). .30 acre 3160 

Dr. Wm. P. Tague, (ex Silver 
Grove Subdn) Lot 7, 9A 1240 

Dr. Wm. P. Tague, (ex E 33 
ft) Lot 8, 9.50 acres 1310 

Douglas Fraser, (ex W 392 
ft Lot 9) Lots 9 8c 10, 
13.895 acres 1910 

O. W. Turner, E 50 f t W 62 
ft Lots 9 and 13 Sch Trs 
Sub, 1.51 acres 

Dorothy J. Tague, E 330 ft 
W 392 ft Lots 9 & 13 Sch 
Tr Sub, 10 acres 

Wolff Bros., Lot 11, 40 acres 

Douglas. Fraser, (ex W 392 
ft Lot 13) Lots 12 & 13, 
13.895 acres 7970 

Dr. Wm. P. Tague, (ex E 33 , . 
ft Lot 14 & ex W 20 ft 
Lot 15) Lots 14 & 15, 19.20 
acres - 14030 

W. C. Petty, E 9.26 chs lot 18 
18.50 acres 1 6730 

Boylan & Grimm, (ex E 9.26 
chs & ex pt N of rd) Lot 
16, 18.75 acres 2580 

Robert Mann, N 150 ft W 140 
ft S of hwy (429D563) Lot 
17 7570 

Samuel Ries, Lot 18 & (ex S 
8 rds N 15 rds E 10 rds) 
Lot 19, 79.50 acres 13200 

Marina Nelli, NW Lot 20, 
20 acres 3160 

William Golm, (ex com at 
NW cor SWW sd sec th S 
182.44 ft to pob, th S 1-58.36 
ft to cen In of rd th N 65 
deg E alg sd cen In 100 
ft, th N 58 deg 48 min E 
alg sd cen In 262.32 ft th 
N 31 deg 55 min W 141.69 
ft th S 59 deg 41 min W 
277.74 ft to pob) pt NW of 
rd pt S. T. S. Lot 16,1.70 
acres : 200 

Herbert J. Litchfield, com on 
W In SWW sd sec 182.44 
ft S of NW In thof, th S 
158.36 ft to cen In of rd 
th N 65 deg E alg sd cen In 
100, ft th N 58 deg 48 min 
E alg sd cen In 262.32 ft 
th N 31 deg 55 min W 
141.69 ft th S 59 deg 41 min 
W 277.74 ft to pob, pt S.T.S. 
Lot 16. 1.05 acres 9260 

David Jamison, SW Lot 20 

20 acres 1790 

Boylan & Grimm, (377D172) 
S 50 ft W 150 ft SEW SWW 
.172 acre 70 

W. C. Petty. E 9.26 chs N 7 
chs Lot 23, 6.50 acres 550 

Boylan & Grimm, (ex E 9.26 
chs) N 7 chs Lot 23. 7.50A 1060 

Boylan & Grimm, EW S 52 
rds Lofc«3, 13 acres 320 

R. F. Strwftcr, WW S-52^ 
rds Lot 23, 13 acres 6610 

Section 17-46-10 

G. W. & Lily Y. Jensen, NE 

'/4 NEy 4 , 40 acres 4210 

G. W. & Lily Jensen, (ex 
com at a pt in S In of NW 
Ya NEW sd sec 660 ft E of 
SW cor thof th E alg sd S 
In 400 ft to Wly ROW In of 
Hwy 173 th NWly alg sd 
Wly ROW In to pt 660 ft 
E of W In sd W Y\ sec th 
S pari to sd W In 125 ft 
mol to pob) S 7.50 acres E 
W NWW NEW, 6.36 acres 870 

Lakes Animal Hospital, com 
at a pt in S In of NWV 4 NE 
W sd sec 660 ft E of SW 
cor thof th E alg sd S In 
400 ft to Wly ROW In of 
Hy 173 th NWly alg sd Wly 
ROW In to pt 660 ft E of 
W In sd y» W sec th S pari 
to sd W In 125 ft mol to 
pob pt NWy4 NEW, 1.14A 9800 

Ernest Clark, beg at a pt wh 
the cen of Fox River rd int 
the N In th E on N In 7.87 Vs 
chs to W In of ROW of M 
St. P. & S St. Marie Ry 
th Sly alg sd ROW In 89.82 
ft th W pari with N In to 
cen of sd Fox River rd th 
N alg cen of sd rd to pob 
pt S Yz N W 1 acre 9080 

Homer La Plant, (ex com at 



0490 



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340 



Name Deicr Iplion Au'd Val 

^pnt inceh^Ui fFox&Uver wl v 
S^h is 127 ft Sly oflSW 
?cor of sppty idesc In >Dos 
*508o2 \ih ?Blyjl90 ^ft to pnt ^ 
**h is 83 ftlfco^S >tafof ■ 

8pty so desc in Doc 459652 
^264.5 tft W of ^ny mow 
^m of M. St. Pift^flte^M. 
RYth Sly pari with cen In 1 
Fox River rdiOO ft^th^fly 
^parl with Nly sd tract 190 .:% 
m to cen In sd rd th Nly 
alff cen In 90 ft to pob) alao 
(ex RRtflOW) beg «t pnt 
In N in 160 ft E of NW cor 
SEW NEW sd sec th SWly 
at R. A. to N ly ROW41n : 
Rte, 173 to sd Nly ROW In 
th SEly alg sd ROW hvto ■ 
S In ih W on S In to Wl* u 
ROW In of RR th Nly alg 
RR ROW In 448.8 ft th W 
to cen Fox River rd th Nly 
alg cen In sd rd to pnt due 
Wof pnt In afsd Wly ROW 
In of RR wh is 159.82 ft S 
of N In th E to sd Wly RR 
ROW In th Nly alg sd ROW 
In to Ninth E to POB pt 
N 60 acs lyg Ely of cen Fox 
River rd (ex pt lyg Nly of 
Nly ROW In of Rte 173) pt 
N 60 acres, lyg Ely of cen 
In Pox River rd SW NW 

OfiVV BQSwS <M M N4 > W4 H »M*IH |M IMIt< ' * 

Elmer Kufalk com at a pt wh 
cen Fox River Rd Int with 
N In th S on N In to Wly 
In M St. P&SStM. RR 
th Sly alg sd row In 89.82 
ft to FOB th cont Sly alg sd 
row In 70 ft th W pari to N 
In to cen of Fox River Rd 
th Nly alg cen sd Rd to SW 
cor of Clark prop th E to 
to POB pt SW NW .803 .a ...J 6190 

Homer La Plant com at a pt 
In cen Fox Rixer Rd th is 
58rds&7W ftSofNln& 
163 rds 8c 4 ft W of E In 
sd SW NW Sec 17 th E 
339.8 ft to Wly row In M 
St. P 8c St. M RR th'Nly alg 
sd row In 298.8 ft for POB 
th cont N alg sd row In 150 
ft th W to cen Fox River 
Rd th S alg cen sd Fox 
River Rd to a pt th is 371.6 
ft W of POB th E 371.6 ft 
to POB pt^l of Hwy SW N 
W 1.31 a 

Elmer Lee Hunter beg at NE 
cor th E on N hi to pnt 150 
ft E of NW cor SEW NEW 
sec th Swly at R. A. to Nly 
row In of Rte 173 — 154 
ft to Nly row In th SEly alg 
sd Nly row In to pnt 966.15 
ft S of N In th E to E In 
th N 16 POB pt SEW NEW 

Letha Schumacher com at 
ints cen In Rte 173 with S 
In of N 60 acs of SW NW 
sd sec th NWly alg cen In 
sd hwy 300 ft to FOB th 
contg NWly alg cen In sd 
hwy 175 ft th Swly & at R. 
A. to cen hi sd hwy to S 
In sd N 60 acs th E alg S 
In sd N 60 acs to pt due 
SWly of FOB th NEly to 
pob pt NElyy* 1.22 acres 

Mildred A. LaPlant 8c Mary 
L. Burr, com at ints cen In 
rt 173 with S In of N 60 acs 
of S% NW sd sec th NWly 
alg cen In sd hwy 475 ft to 
POB th contg NWly alg cen 
In sd hwy 225 ft th SWly & 
at R. A. to cen In sd hwy to 
S In sd N 60 acs th E alg 

5 In sd N 60 acs to pt due 
SWly of POB th NEly to 
POB pt NEW 2.37a 

Mildred A. LaPlant & Mary 
L. Durr com at ints cen 
In rte 173 with S In of N 
60 acs of SW NW sd sec 
th NWly alg cen In sd hwy 
300 ft th SWly at R. A. to 
cen In sd hwy to S In sd N 
60 acs th E on sd S In to 
POB pt NEW .83a , 

Lawrence E. Thayer, com at 
pt in cen In Fox River rd 
wh is 127 ft Sly of SW cor 
of ppty desc in doc 459652 
th Ely 190 ft to pt wh is 83 
f t S of S In of ppty so desc 
in doc 459652 & 264.5 ft W 
of Wly row In of M. St. P. 

6 S. Ste. M Ry th Sly pari 
with cen in Fox River rd 
90 ft th Wly pari with Nly 
In sd tract 190 ft to cen in 
of sd rd th Nly alg cen In 
sd rd 90 ft to POB pt N 
60 acs lyg Ely of cen In 
Fox River rd SW NW .392a 

Dr. G. W. Jensen com at NW 
cor SEW NEW sd sec th E 
on N In sd W W sec 150 ft 
th SWly and at R. A. to Nly 
row In of Rte 173 154 ft to 
sd Nly row In th NWly alg 
sd row In to its intersn 
with N In of SWy 4 sd NEW 
th E on sd In to POB pt SW 
NEy4 .42a , 

Boylan & Grimm, <ex N 120 
ft W of RR) & (ex RR & 
ex N 60 a) all E of rd SW 
NW 21 a 

Floyd W. Horton com at cen 
St hwy No. 21 at NW cor 
of farm owned by Ira Boy- 
lan 6c Mabel Grimm th E 
alg N In sd farm to Wly 
row Soo In RR th Sly alg 
sd Wly In RR 120 ft th W 
pari with N In sd farm to 
cen sd ihwy No 21 th NWly 
alg cen sd hwy 21 to 
POB 1 a 

Mihael Pucin Tr. E 296 ft N 
296 ft of S 1284.68 ft SE W 
SW'/, (384D87), 2 acres 18560 

J. E, Brook, exec Amy M. 
Wedge Est., deceased, com 
at pnt 585.81 ft S of NE 
cor SWy 4 th W 289.48 ft 
th N 189.83 ft to S In Antl- 
ooh Hills Sub th E on S In 
.sd sub 292.88 ft to E In sd 
'/4 th S 190 ft to pob pt 

SWy 4 , 1.27 acres 8810 

William Lemke- (ex pt S of 
E & W pub rd) W 271.4 ft 
S 15 chs S '^6.10 a 

William Haisma com at a ptn 
on N In Beach Grove Rd 
1029.9 ft fr SW cor SWy4 sd 
sec th contg alg N In sd 
rd 100.1 ft th N pari to W 
In sd SWW 107 ft th W pari 
to S In sd W sec 100 ft th 
S 171.4 ft to POB pt S 
15 chs SWW .38a 

Wm. A Rosing (ex W 271.4 



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410 



3880 



22140 



12930 



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jft) & (ex pt^Slof E 8c W 
hwy) J 8t y(ex Runyarda 
Sub) 8c (ex Rowing's Lake- 
view Sub) 8t (ex com at jpt f 
on N In Beach Grove Rd 
1029.9 ft frSW cor SwW 
sd sec th contg alg N In sd 
rd 100.1 ft th^ Mrl|toW 
In ad SWW 167/ ft th W 

' pari to S In sd W sec 100 ft 
STs 171.4 ft to FOB) all 
Wo* First ^Add to Roslng> 
Sub ptS 15 chs SWW 2.40a 

Boylan U Grimm E 3 A N 
3.75 chs S 38.25 chs SEW 3a 

Mrs. Ard is Grimm Anzlnger 
(ex E 3.00 A) N 3,75 chs E 
22.78 chs S 38.25 chs S W 

OtUX 'ft «,#* + #*♦•**••#• *«4^44 *#«»••*••««**• ' 

Boylan 6e Orlmm Jex N 3.75 
chs E 22.78 chs S 38.25 chs 
A exS 13 chs A RR) all E 

Oc-Kq £bt9 -vD fl^Mi"""!* 4 "'' ' 

KF. Struever, (ex «R) J$ 
E of rd^S 13 cha SEW 

• 48.75 acres .......■• <*•■«. ....<•»/>«•••• 

Flrat NaVl Bank of Wauke- 
gan (ex pt descd in 296D- 
672) EYz SWW lyg W of 
Fox Lake rd and Sly of 

JS AC W T(\ ■imH<»M)i| "«* ,<li * 

Leonard Dorban, (ex , E 
4685/8 ft) WW SWW lyg 

Sod £ oc *Tw ■ ret **•* ■****#••#»••••• 

Wm. H. Lance. E468 5/8 *T 
WW SWW iyg^Sly of E 

John F. Augsburger com at 
intersn of cen In of Rte 21 
with S In of sd sec 17 th N- 
ly lagsd cen In 86 ft to 
its interan with cen In of 
Beach Rd th W1V alg cen 
In sd Beach Rd 182.2 ft 
th Sly pari to cen In ad 
Rte 21 to S In sd sec 17 th * wm ^ 
E to FOB pt SW .346a .... 7020 

John Van Der Goten (ex pt 
in sec 20) com at pnt In cen 
Beach Grove Rd 282.74ft 
Wly measd alg cen sd rd 
fr intsn of cen Fox River 
Rd with ad Beach Grove 
Rd th Wly alg cen sd Beach 
Grove Rd 60 ft th Sly pari 
to sd Fox River Rd 289.4 
ft th Ely pari to cen sd 
Beach Grove Rd 60 ft th ,- 
Nly pari .to cen sd Fox 
River rd 289.4 ft to POB 
pt SWW .11 a 140 

Thomas Sivak (ex pt in sec 
20) com in cen of Beach 
Grove Rd 342.74 ft Wly 
measd alg cen sd rd fr Intsn 
of cen sd rd with cen In 
Fox River Rd th Wly alg 
cen In Beach Grove Rd 
180 ft th Sly pari to cen In 
Fox River Rd 289.4 ft th 
Ely pari to cen In Beach 
Grove Rd 180 ft th Nly 
pari to cen In Fox River 
rd 289.4 ft to pob pt SW 
W .32 a — 140 

John Van Der Goten (ex pt 
in sec 20) com at pnt in. cen 
Fox River Rd 209.4 ft S of 
intsn cen In sd Rd & cen 
In of Beach Grove Rd th 
Sly alg cen In Fox River 
Rd 60 ft th Wly pari with 
cen in Beach Grove Rd 
197,3 ft th Sly pari to cen ' 
Fox River Rd 20 ft th Wly 
pari to cen Beach Grove Rd 
85.44 ft th Nly pari to cen 
Fox River Rd 289.4. ft to 
cen In Beach Grove Rd th 
Ely alg cen In Beach Grove 
Rd. 90.54 ft th Sly pari to 
cen Fox River Rd 209.4 ft 
th Ely pari to cen Beach 
Grove Rd 192.2 ft to POB 
pt SWV4 178 a 140 



ft th N 39L5 ft to POB th 
contg N 186 ft it© SW cor 

Spty desc in doc '478749 th. 
i 78 deg E alg Sly In id 
ppty desc in doc 478749 242 
ft MOL to cen In Rte 69 th 
Sly alg sd cen In 161.8 ft 
th N 76 deg W 191.4 ft MOL 
to POBptSW NEW ^,a ' 

AntJoch Hills Sub E 8 a SW 
iSEW^NJtWita .«^.»^^y;.< 
Joseph JLabdon NW NWW 

Joseph Labdon 8WY4 NWA^ 

' 3S -'ft j «;«4.4»»##4*M«*«"*****«»«**«*««««*« 

Lillian O. Ackerman sSEW 

Joseph Labdon NEW SWW 

1 -40 ft mni »*«*«» <mimi'h*H«h 

Paul Ferris land descd In doc 

= 342827 WW ^SWW 1 a ... ..». 

Ducelhi Ferris (ex land descd 

indoc 342327) WW SWW 

VVtVV ft iHHHI««<tt4«H»WM«<*l" **«» <»l 

Robt J. Runyard SEW SWW 

Antioch Hills Sub N 8 chs 
E 8 chs NEW SEW 4.80 a.. 

Mrs. Marie Edlmann N 5 rds 
W32 rda NEW SEW 1 •„ 

Mrs. Marie Edlmann (ex N 5 
rds W 32 rds) N 7 rds W 
48 rds NE W SEW 1 a .... 

Joseph Labdon NWW SEW 

Robt. J. Runyard SWW SEW J 

4U ft *##«•■«■** «»*•**•'***••***»***"* ******* 

Robt. J. Runyard (Ex S 8 rds 
W 10 rds Schl lot) S 30 A 

SEW SEW 29.50 a 



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Section 18 

Commonwealth Edison Co. N 
200 ft NE Y\ NEW E of rte 
59 & W of lot 134 Co. \ 
Clerks Sub .50 a 330 

C. E. Hennings (ex N 200 ft) 
pt lyg between cen In Rte 
59 & Cemetery Rd pt WW 
NEy 4 NEW 1.60 a 220 

Lillian G Ackerman (ex S 
4.09 chs) pt W of cen S. B. 
I. Rt 59 NEW NEV 4 12.2 a 960 

Julius E. Dotnpke pt lyg E of 
rte 59 8c SEly of Cemetery 
Rd pt WW NEW NEW 3.70 
a 510 

Lillian G. Akerman S 4.09 
chs W of rd NEW NEW 2 a 280 

Lillian G. Ackerman NWYa 
NEW 40 a 1460 

Lillian G. Ackerman (ex pt 
descd in doc 303673 beg at 
NW cor th S on W In to SW 
cor th E on -S In to pt 90 
ft W of SE cor WW th N 
547.5 ft th S 78 deg E 242 
ft to cen rt 59 th Nly alg 
sd cen In to N In th W on 
N In to POB pt SW NEW 
42.20 a 5800 

Edna F. Flanagan land descd 
in doc 303673 SEW NEy 4 
la - 4470 

Courtley E. Hennigs E 8 A 
NW SEy 4 NEW 8 a 1100 

Antioch Hills Sub. S 66 ft of 
th pt NEy 4 lyg E of cen rt 
59 & W of E 16 a SW NEy 4 
12 a 210 

John P. Miller N 166.5 ft S 
232.5 ft of th pt lyg Ely of 
cen In of St. Rte 59 & W 
of W In E 8.0 acs SW NEW 
2.875 a 380 

Frank J. Moser N 135 ft S 
561 ft SW SEW NEW lyg 
Ely of cen In Rte 59 on W 
of W In E 8 ac of SW SEW 
NEW 2.04 a 280 

Ted Larson etal (ex S 1025.5 
ft lyg Ely on cen In of Rte 
59) also (ex S 33 ft W of 
Rd) com at pnt 00 ft W of 
of SE cor WW NE',4 sd sec 
th N 391.5 ft th S 76 deg 
E 191.4 ft to cen In Rte 59 
th Nly alg sd cen In to N 
In SW sd NEW th E on sd 
N In to NW cor E 16 ac of 
SEVj sd NE V 4 th S alg W In 
sd E 16 ac to S In sd SEW 
th W on sd S In to POB pt 
SW NE ! / 4 4.69 a 5300 

Anna E. Miller N 103.5 ft S 
426 ft lyg Ely of cen In Rte 
59 & W of E 16 acs pt SEtt 
NEy 4 3.125 a 7050 

William E. Nerud N 464.5 ft 
of S 1025.5 ft lyg Ely of cen 
In Rte 59 & W of Win of E 
16 acres pt SE'/i NEW 6.11 
acres 14610 

Edward J. Flanagan com at 
SE cor SWW NEy 4 sd sec 
th W alg S In sd W sec 90 



Section 19 

Hugo Bleich, (ex N 280.8 1 ft 
E 1108.9 ft) also (ex N 447 
ft lyg W of E 1108.9 ft & E 
of cen In rte 69) also (ex S 
130 ft N 380.8 ft W 400 ft 
E 795.1 ft) also (ex W 313.8 
it E 1108.9 ft S 277.7 ft N 
828.5 ft) also (ex com at 
pnt wli is N 11 deg 36* E 
176.8 ft from a pt on S In 
NEW sd sec wh is 1692.24 
ft E of SW cor sd NEW th 
W 378 ft th N 388.47 ft to S 
In N 528.5 ft of sd NEW th 
E 203.93 ft to W In E 795.1 
ftsdNEW th N alg sd W 
In 147.7 ft to S In N 380.8 
ft sd NEW th E alg sd S In 
430 ft to W In E 365.1 ft 
sd NEW th S alg sd W In 
535.5 ft to pnt due E of 
POB th W 253.5 ft to POB) 
also (ex com at SE cor NE 
W sd sec to W on S lii sd 
W sec 823.86 ft th NEly 573 
ft MOL to inters A In 
drawn at R. A. fm a pnt 
on sd E In 446.8 ft N of SE 
cor sd W sec & 473.86 ft W 
th frm th E to pnt 436 ft W 
of sd E In th NEly 164.56 
ft to inters A In that is pari 
to 8c 335.1 ft W of sd E In 
th N pari to sd E In to N In 
sd W sec th E on sd N In 
to POB) pt E of cen In Rte 
59 NEW 18.50a 7770 

John W. Mirocko com at SE 
cor lot 10 in 1st Add to 
Beach Grove Rd Sub th 
W alg S In of lots 10.9 & 8 
in sub afsd to SW cor sd - 
lot 8 th S alg extd W In sd 
lot 8 130 ft th E to E In sd 
NE'/ 4 th N on sd E In to 
POB pt NEW, 1 acre 

Clifford Mirocko S 130 ft of 
N 510.8 ft of E 335.1 ft of 
NEW 1 a 

Edward J. Brylinke beg at a 
pt on N In sd W sec 40.25 ft 
E of C State Rd 59 th Sly 
alg Ely In sd State Rd 
59 to a pt wh is 218 ft S 
of POB measd at R. A. fr 
N In sd y 4 sec th E pari sd 
N in sd W sec 216 ft th N 
218 ft to N In sd W sec & 
183.8 ft E of POB th W 183.8 
ft to POB 1 a 

Henry J. & Ann Srch S 130 
ft of N 380.8 ft of W 400 ft 
of E 795.1 ft of NEW 1 a 

Albert Assmann S 390 ft N 
900.4 ft E 335.1 ft pt NEW 
3 a 

Charles J. Schroeder S 124 
ft N 447 ft lyg W of E 1108.9 
ft thof & Ely of center In 
Rte 59 pt NEW .82 a 

Frank Selak W 313.8 ft E 
1108.9 ft S 277.7 ft N 528.5 
pt NEW 2 a 

John Mirocko S 130 ft N 
1030.8 ft E 335.1 ft pt NEW 
1 a 

David Mirocko S 130 ft N 
1160.8 ft E 335.1 ft pt NEW 
1 a 

William Justine S 130 ft N 
1940.8 ft E 335.1 ft pt NEW 
1 a 

Harry C. Arnurius com at 
pnt on E In NEW sd sec 

1940.8 ft S of NE cor sd W 
sec th S on sd E In 280 ft 
th W 436 ft th NEly on a 
str In 164.56 ft to ints a 
pnt th is 335.1 ft W of E 
In sd W sec th N 130 ft to 
pnt due W of POB th E 
335.1 ft to POB pt NEW 
2.30 a .-. 

Walter Ziolkowski (ex E 

1108.9 ft) S 105 ft N 323 ft 
lyg Ely of cen In Rte 59 

pt NEW .5 0a 

George Wolf, com at pnt on 
E In NEW sd sec 2200.8 ft 
S of NE cor thof th W 
473.86 ft th SWly 573 ft 
MOL to pnt on S In sd 
NEW 823.86 f t W of SE cor 
sd y 4 sec th E on sd S In 
823.86 ft to SE cor sd W sec 
th N on E In sd Ya sec 446.8 
ft MOL to POB pt NEW 
6.66 a 

George Wolf com at pnt wh 
is N 11 deg 36' E 1768.8 ft 
from a pnt on S In NEW sd 
sec wh is 1692.24 ft E of 
SW cor sd NEy 4 th W 378 
ft th N 388.47 ft to S In N 
528.5 ft sd NEW th E 
alg sd S In 203.93 ft 
to W line E 795.1 feet said 
NEW th N along said W 
In 147.7 ft to S In N 380.8 
ft sd NEW th E alg sd S In 
430 ft to W In E 365.1 ft "of 
sd NEW th S alg sd Win 
535.5 ft to pnt due E of 
POB th W 253.5 ft to POB 
pt NEW 7.10 a 

John K. Kovaciny S 650 ft 
N 1810.8 ft E 335.1 ft pt 
NEW 5 a 



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fame ' ^D«crlp»fon Au'dVal, 

Bert Bown, com at *SW icor^ 

NEV4 sec'E:25.14chsNll- 
. 43-5 deg E 20.80 chs W 13,94 
chaiS 18 1-4 deg WML68 
chs W to W line )S:1o beg 

-pt NE% 87 a ......„.„..,.. 

Barney Nevelier (ex W 120 

ft E 444J5 ft N 120 ft) it 

(exm 90 rds) it i(ex S 

« 15.18 cha)JNW%!3ft28!a ..» 

Bert >Bown^(exfiW WMrde) 

5 18.18 chs S%«W%^2!a.. 
Albert E. Sodman Jr W 120 

-ft E 444.15 ft m 120 !ft 

'■*1 H74 ■•■•■="0 '■■•■it*««fi#c««««4««**»i*«**-~ 

Peter J. Kohl S 1186,24 it N 

1802.28 ft W 712.5 ft ?NW% 

1044 4 ' ~ ^. V - 

eter.J. Kohl N 704,02 ft W 
712.6 ft NW% 11.52 a ' ;...! ... 
Frank Halber N 704 02 ft E 
,350 ft W 1485 ft NWy4 5.65. 

• - fr i ' -:; 

IMitlttMlMil 4lttllllMHIM4MflM*d« =~- 

Peter J. Kohl (ex lota 1 to 

6 incl blk 4 In Lake Marie 
Highlands) 8c (ex N 704.02 
ft) E' 712.5 ft W 1485 ft 

Jerry Tobias lota 1 to 6 incl 



12380 



0400 
3030 

8520 

im 

8480 
1610 



0330 



3010 



in blk 4 in Lake Marie High- 
lands being a sub of the 
W 00 ids Of the NW% of 
sec 19-46-10 according to 
the plat thof recorded July" 
22.1929 in Bk T of plats pgs 

Co. 



■«•■■***+«■**«•■**■* 



4130 



90 doc 340431 in Lake 
HI. NW% 10 a 

Peter J. Kohl S 703.35 ft W 
712.5 ft NWft 11.51 a 1880 

Harriet F. Walshon S 350.51 
ft N 704.02 ft E 362.80 ft 
W 1130 ft as descd in dqc 
620048 pt NWH 2,916 a .... 

Louis 8c Rose Neilsen com at 
SE cor Ntt Lot 1 SWtt 
W 30 rds 10 ft N 17% rds E 



400 



Name Dsjcrlplfon A«'d Val. 

Sub)i& (exlbegjat int S In . 
with cen Fox River rd th 
N alg cen sd rd 786.3 ft 
th E 301.05 ft to Wly In of 
row -of. RR th S alg sd Wly 
row In to S In th W to FOB) ( 
& (ex RR row) pt lyg E of 
cen Fox River rd N% NE 

"A tl^.tlw a ...t. ........ 1. . —j 4790 

Walter Zalewakl, 'beg at ints ^ 

N In aec 8c cen In Fox Lake 
\td th Sly alg cen In sd rd 
l565.8iftfor}PGBithE pari 
[to S In ad sec 301.95 ft to 
Wly row In of RR th Sly 
alg RR row in 397.15 ft to 
N In Esch Bros & Rabe Ice 
Co 




9380 



6320 



to pt 16 rds 10 ft N of beg 
StobegptN%lotl, SW% 
3 a -.. 3990 

Geo. Diamond (Ex com SE 
cor W 30 rds 10 ft N 17% 
rds E to pt 15 rds 10 ft 
N of beg S to beg & Ex W 
85 ft 8t triangle in SW cor) 
N% lots 1 8c 2 SWV4 67 a .. 17320 

Geo. Diamond S% lot 2 SWtt 
32.60 a ...: 4540 

Geo. Diamond (ex pt E of 
rd) S% lot 1 SWV4 39 a ,80440 

Louis J. 8c Rose Nielsen (ex 
S 256.6 ft) th pt E of rd S 
% lot 1 SWV4 .82 a 140 

Mary A. Walsh, c/o Robt. Mc- - 
Clory S 256.6 ft of pt E of 
rd S % lot 1 SWV4 & W 34 
ft S 256.6 ft SYt SE'/4 1.20 
a 170 

Louis J. & Rose Nielsen S 
344 ft W of rd NWV4 SEy 4 
2 a 20690 

Clarence B. Olson, beg at cen 
of sec E -607.3 ft to cen of 
rd SWly 418.7 ft alg cen of 
rd W 480.7 ft N 400.4 ft to 
P. O. B. 5 a 11860 

Eugene F, & M. A. Geiger S 
572 ft of the N 972.4 ft W of 
Road 339D173 NWV4 SEV4 
5.02 a 9210 

Peter Toft (ex S 344 ft W of 
rd) & (Ex Flanagan's rd) it 
(ex S 572 ft N 972.4 ft W of 
rd) it (ex 440 D 538) & (ex 
E 20 A) 8s (ex W 126 ft E 
786.0ft S 1037.2 ft) 8c (ex 

5 220.2 ft W 210 ft E 096 ft 
and ex S 220.2 ft W 100 ft 
E 096 ft) N% SEV4 39.10 a 16780 

Samuel Joseph Garwood (ex 
W 50 ft E 155 ft S 175 ft 
thof) also (ex E 00 ft W 100 
ft S 175 ft) E 10 acs N% 
SEV4 9.60 a ..... 4000 

Mrs. Richard E. Stonequiat 
W 50 ft of E 150 ft S 175 ft 
of E 20 rds N% SEV* .20 a 830 

Louis & Rose Nielsen beg in 
cen of Rt 59 at intersec of 
cen St aid Rt 18 th E in 
cen Rt 18 283 ft th Nly 
339.7 f t th W pari wh Rt 
18 238 ft to cen of Rt 50 th 
SWly on cen Rt 89 380.1 ft 
to FOB (440D538) 2 a 450 

Harmon S. Garwood E.,50 ft 
W 100 ft S 175 ft E 20 rds 
N% SEV4 .20 a 3920 

Walter Toton W 128 ft E 
786.0 ft S 1037.2 ft NE% 
SEV4 3 a 7570 

Hugo Bleich (ex E 126 ft) W 
186 ft E 846 ft NEV* SE 1 /* 

2.63 a « — 210 

Ferdinand Wolter (ex S 
1037.2 ft) W 126 ft E 786 
ft NEV4 SE% .82 a 8260 

Robert Pincombe S 220.2 ft 
W 150 ft E 998 ft N% SEV4 
.75 a 8940 

Chris Nelson S 220.2 ft W 100 
ft E 1246 ft N% SE** .50 a 210 

Geo. Diamond that pt W of 
rd SWV4 SE% .75 a 140 

Louis J. & Rose Nielsen (Ex 
W 34 ft S 256.6 ft & ex E 
60 A & ex pt NW of rd) 
S% SE% 19.05 a 23240 

Elsie Swanson (ex W 20 acs) 

6 (ex S 2 acs) W 30 acs E 
60 acs S% SEV4 8 a 6880 

George Wolf (Ex George 

....Wolfs Sub) & (ex W 10 
acs) W 20 acs E 60 acs S% 
SEV4 5 a ...: 890 

Wm. J. Meyer Jr. S 2 acs 
W 10 acs E 40 acs pt S% 
SEy4 2 a 6330 

Edward P. Soder, Jr., W 5 
acs E 60 acs SVt SEtt 5 a 12100 

Peter Tillich E % W 10 acs 
of W 20 acs E 60 acs S% 
SEy4 5 a 9280 

G. E. Heuer (Ex W 797.7 ft 
E 857.7 ft N 335.1 ft) E 30 
acs pt SEV4 SEV4 23.86A-: 12930 

Anna Stanaitis W 130 ft E 
190 ft N 335.1 ft pt E 30 
acs SEV4 SEV4 1 a 8530 

Charles A. Jorgensen W 130 
ft E 320 ft N 335.1 ft pt SE 
Yi SEyi 1 a 5080 

Kennedy B. Heuer W 147.7 ft 
E 487.7 ft N 335.1 ft pt SE- 
^ SEy 4 1.14 a 8530 

Albert & Belinda Dittman W 
130 ft E 597.7 ft N 335.1 ft 
pt SEy 4 SEy 4 1 a 550 

Raymond Schneider W 130 
ft E 727.7 ft N 335.1 ft pt 
SEy 4 SEy 4 1 a 550 

LeRoy E. Ellis W 130 ft E 
-857.7 ft N 335.1 ft pt SEy4 
SEVi 1 a - 

Section 20 

R. F. & C. S. Struver (ex 
strip 200 ft wide N & adj 
Long Beach Sub lyg E of 
RR) & (ex Long Beach 



7420 



70 



140 



70 



7020 



8660 



th Nly alg cen In ad Fox 
River rd 429 ft to POB (ex 
NiOft) ptN% NE% 2M 

Russell E. Lasco N 60 ft of 
, .the Foil beg at in t N In sec 
& cen In Fox Lake rd th 
Sly alg cen In sd rd 565,6 ft 
for POB th E part to S In 
sd sec 301.08 ft to Wly row 
In of RR th Sly alg RR 
row In 397.15 ft to N In 
Each Bros & Rabe Ice Co > 
■ rooty th SWly alg N In- sd ' 
_l Bach Hroa ppty 291 ft to tv 
cen In Fox River rd th NIy"X 
' alg cen In sd Fox River rd 

429 ft to pob pt nk my* 

• *« Cl fiiiiitiril4ii»tii«i>gtMi..f.i.ittiii > .* 

George Schweiger, c/o Old 
Orchard Inn, beginning at 

. intersection S line and 
cen In Fox Lake rd th E on 

5 In 291.9 ft to Wly row In 
of RR th Nly alg RR row 

In 334.85 ft th S 83° 9' W 
291 ft to cen Fox Lake rd 
th Sly alg cen In 302.9 ft 
to POB pt Ntt NEy« 2.75 
a 

Knickerbocker Ice. Co., com 

at pt in cen Fox River rd sd 
pt being S 3° E 995 ft 

from pt of ints of sd rd with 
N In sd sec 20 running th 
N 83° 9' E 291 ft to Wly 
row In Wis. Cen. Ry. th SE- 
ly alg sd row In 24 ft th S 
83° V W 291 ft to cen sd 
Fox River rd th N 3" W 24 
ft to POBpt N% NEV 4 16 a 

Carl C. & R. F. Struever strip 
200 ft wide N & adj N In 
Long Beach Sub lyg E of 
RR part NE'/i 10 a 48890 

First Natl Bk of Waukegan 
(Ex RR) N 30 ft S 150 ft 
ft W of Lake & E of rd N 
% SW y 4 NEy 4 ,30 a 

Mrs. Frances Hulik (ex RR) 

6 (ex S 70 ft thof) com int 
S In N % SWV4 NEy 4 with 
cen In Fox River rd wh pt 
of ints is 227.5 f t E of W 
In sd NE'/4 th N 3° 47' W 
alg cen sd Fox. River rd 120 
ft th E pari to S In sd W 3 
4 360 ft MOL to edge of 

Loon Lake th Sly alg Waters 

edge to pt that is 150 ft S 
of S In sd N % th W 400 ft 
to cen ad Fox River rd th 
NWIy alg cen sd rd 100 
ft MOL to POB SWy4 NEy 4 
1.28 a 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Chambers 
Ex RR) com at pt in cen 
In Fox River rd 80 ft Sly 
alg cen sd rd from N In 
SY* SWV4 NEV4 sd sec th. 
E 400 ft th S 3° 8' E 70 ft 
th W 400 f t to cen sd rd th 
NWIy alg cen In sd rd to 
pob pt SWMe NE% .45 a 

Karl S. Boehm that pt descd 
in 210D 82 pt SWV* NEy« 
1.15 a 

Joseph 8e Hazel Rhymer, all 
W of hwy Sy4 SWy 4 NEV4 
1.75 a 

John Van Der Goten (ex pt 
in sec 17) Com at pnt in 
cen Beach Grove rd 282.74 
ft Wly measd alg cen sd rd 
fr intsn of cen Fox River 
rd with sd Beach Grove 
rd th Wly alg cen sd Beach 
Grove rd 60 ft th Sly pari 
to sd Fox River rd 289.4 ft 
th Ely pari to cen sd Beach 
Grove rd 60 f t th Nly pari 
to cen sd Fox River rd 280.4 
ft to POB pt NWy* .279 a 

John F. Augsburger, com at 
int of cen In Rte 21 with N 
In of sd sec 20 th Sly alg 
cen In sd Rte 21 119.4 ft th 
Wly 192.2 ft pari to cen In 
of Beach rd th Nly & pari 
to cen In sd Rte 21 to N 
In sd sec 20 th E to POB 
(ex Sly 59.4 ft) pt N'£ .322 
a 

John Augsburger Sly 59.4 
ft of com at ints of cen In 
Rte 21 with N In sd sec th 
Sly alg sd cen In 119.4 ft 
th Wly 192.2 ft pari to 
cen In Beach rd th Nly pari 
to cen In sd Rte 21 to N In 
sd sec 20 th E to POB pt 
N% 2.62 a 

Louis C. Mowen com at pt 
in cen Fox River rd 289 ft 
S of N In sd sec th Wly pari 
with cen In Beach Grove 
rd 522.74 ft th Sly pari to 
cen Fox River rd 125 ft th 
Ely pari with sd Beach 
Grove rd 522.74 ft to cen 
Fox River rd th Nly alg 
cen sd Fox River rd 125 ft 
to POB pt NV4 1.32 a 18080 

John Vander Goten com in 
cen In of Rte 21 269.4 ft 
S of int of sd cen In with 
cen In of Beach Grove rd 
th Wly pari to cen of Beach 
Grove rd 197.3 ft th Sly 
pari to cen of Rte 21 20 ft 
th Wly pari to cen of Beach 
Grove rd 325.44 ft th Nly 
pari to cen Rte 21 80 ft 
th Ely 522.74 ft to POB 

pt NV4 .93 a 

D. R. Knigge beg in cen of 
Rte 21 289.4 ft S of int of 
cen Ins of Rte 21 & Beach 
Grove rd th Wly pari to cen 
of Beach Grove rd 197.3 ft 
th Sly pari to cen of Rte 21 

20 ft th Wly pari to cen In 
of Beach Grove rd 325.44 
ft th Sly pari to cen of Rte 

21 89.8 ft th Ely pari 
to Beach Grove rd 522:74 
ft to cen In Rte 21 th Nly 
alg cen Rte 21 109.8 ft to 
POB pt USk 1.17 a 5160 

Louis C. Mowen com at ptn 



Maine H Description Au'd Val. 
in iCenlh ■Fox^River *dj319 f 

: $Hi8 of^N Insdnec th Wly ^ 
pari to Cenln Beach Grove 
rd >422 ft th Sly imparl itoC 
Cenln Fox'«iverrd 95 ft ^ 
th Ely pari to Cenln Beach . 

Grove Rd 122 ft to ;*en 
Fox River rd, th Nly alg 
cen sd Fox}River^rdi95;ft 
^Ho POB pt N% .18 a ..;-..;;....- 

Louis C. Mowen (ex SlyiflO 
ft of Ely 122 ft thof ) com 
at pnt in Cenln Fox vBiver 
Rd 289 ft S of N In sd sec 
th Wly pari \wi Cenln 
Beach Grove rd 522.74 ft th ■ 
Sly pari .Mot Cenln *Fox 
Hiver rd 125 ft th Ely pari J 
wl ,ad Beach j Grove ~?rd 
522.74 ft to cen Fox River 
rd th Nly alg cen sd Fox 
River rd 125 ft to FOB pt 

Thomas Sivak (ex pt sec 17) 

' com in cen Beach Grove rd 

342.74 ft Wly measd alg cen 

sd rd f r intsn cen In i ad rd 

with cen In Fox River rd th 

.Wly alg cen In Beach 
Grove rd 180 ft th Sly pari 

' to cen In Fox River rd 
289.4 ft th Ely pari, to cen 
in Beach Grove rd 180 ft 
th Nly pari to cen In Fox 
River rd 289.4 ft to FOB 
pt NWy 4 .87 a 



140 



18080 



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140 



Name Description Au'd Val. 

MOL thlS 8^ 10' W-415 ft to 
cen Waukegan Rd th S 76° : 

. E 33.17 ft tojPOB ptiSW% 

Herman Sterbenz pt lyg N of 
N In lot 10 of iblk 14 in Del 
Monte Gardens iexted E of 
the follg beg at pnt in cen 
Waukegan rd 387.0 f t E of 
Ely rowlirt MSTP *e ISSTE 
M RR th N 8° 10' W 408,2 
ft4thVN^40° 16* E 300.3 U 
th N 27? E. 120 ftito edge 

i- Loon Lake th Wly 33 ft 
alg edge sd lake th S 27* 
E 105 ft th;S40 9 15' W 320 
ft MOL th S 8° 10* W 415 
ft to cen WKGN rd th S 76 
9 J&. 33;17 ft to POB pt SW- 
m, SE% ;33 a ;............ 

Leonard Armstrong, N 178 ft 
qf th pt E of Fox River 
rd S of E & W rd & Wof 
BX'SWH SE% ;50 a .... 

J. Sterbenz (ex Ely 150 ft 
measd aalg jSIy In thof) 
of Sly 290.4 ft thof measd 
alg Ely In thof of th pt 
DAF com at a pnt in cen 
In Loon Lake rd wh is S 

, 76* E 447,25 ft fr Ely Rowln 
MPLS St. P 8t Ste M. RR. 
bng also at pnt of iritsn of 
Ely row In Villa Rica rd 
extd with cen In sd Loon 
Lake rd th N 49° 40' Ealg 



140 



8730 



280 



John Van Der Goten (ex pt • 
...in sec 17) com at pnt in. 
cen Fox River rd 209.4 ft 
S of intsn cen In sd rd & 
cen In Beach Grove' rd th 
Sly alg cen In Fox River 
rd 60 ft th Wly pari with 
cen In Beach Grove rd 
197.3 ft th Sly pari to cen 
Fox River rd 20 ft Wly pari 
to cen Beach Gr. rd 85.44 
ft th Nly pari to cen Fox 
River rd 289.4 ft to cen In - - 
Beach Grove rd th Ely alg 
cen In Beach Grove rd 
90.54 ft th Sly pari to cen 
Fox Rive? rd 209.4 ft th 
Ely pari to cen Beach 
Grove rd 192.2 ft to FOB 
pt NWy4 .758 a . — : 140 

First Natl Bk of Waukegan 
NEtt NWV4- 30.13 a 9080 

First Nat Bk of Waukegan 
E 1 Ya rds NWtt NW% .60 a 80 

William H. Lense com at a 
pt 1 V4 rds W of NE cor * 
of NWtt NW*i th W 448 
ft th S 460 ft th E 448 ft 
th N 460 ft to POB NW% 
NW% 4.73 a - 3440 

Leonard Dordan (ex E 1 % 
rds & ex com at a pt 1^4 
rds W of NE cor of NW% 
Nwy 4 th W 448 ft th S 460 
ft th E 448 ft th'N 460 ft 
to POB) NWV4 NW% 34.77 
a :. 10180 

Leonard Dordan SWV4 NWV* 
40 a 5800 

First Nat Bk of Waukegan 
(Ex pt Sunny Acres Unit 
No. 2 N?4 SE V* NWV4 26.39 
a ....- 3640 

Joseph 8t Hazel Rhymer SV* 
SEY4 NW% 10 a 1380 

Jos. 8c Hazel Rhymer (ex W 
6 ac) also (ex E 660 ft of 
W 1022.3 ft) Ntt SWV4 54 
a „ —..; 21180 

Kenneth L. Torkelaon W 6 
acs N% SWtt 6 a 115.60 

Norman D. Rockow E 165 ft 
W 527.3 ft N% SWY* 5 a .... 690 

Leonard Dordan E 165 ft W 
1022.3 ft pt Ntt SWV4 5 a 690 

George E. Heuer (Ex N 412.5 
ft) SWV4 SW Ya 27.50 a ........ 3850 

Nicholas F. Ream N 25 rds 
E 64 rds SWtt SWtt 10 a 6610 

Stanton M. Hazen (ex E 64 
rds) N 412.5 ft SWV4 SWtt 
2.50 a 72.90 

J. E. Brooks (ex pt N of cen 
of hwy) 8t (ex E 4 rda S 
10 rds & Ex W 4 rds E 8 rds 
S 9 rds) SEV4 SWtt 38A 1580 

Virginia B. Kosney pt lyg N 
of cen of hwy SE% SW% 
3.50 a 480 

Robert E. McAllister E 4 rds 
S 10 rds & W 4 rds E 8 
rds S 8 rds SEVi SW% .50 



4050 



3160 



0370 



830 



5220 



410 



2470 



410 



150 



7020 



280 



3100 



3310 

J. Sterbenz. (ex dry land) 
NEV4 SE*4 34.40 a 1380 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Jach 
(ex pt E of Wly In -of M. 
St. P. & S. Ste. Marie RR) 
Pt N of Sub & E of hwy ex 
N 110 ft & ex S 30 ft) descd 
in 228 D P198 part NW% 
SEV4 5730 

Rose Bilek (ex pt lyg W of E 
In of M. St P. 8c S. Ste. 
Marie RR) pt N of sub & 
E of hwy (ex N 110 ft & 
ex S 30 ft) descd in 228D 
P 198 pt NWy4 SEy4 3300 

Mrs. W. Huebner N 50 ft E 

of hwy NWy4 SEy4 9280 

Frank Sindelar S 60 ft N 110 
ft E of hwy NWtt SEy4 .... 3580 

Jos. and Hazel Rhymer, S 30 
ft E of rd & N or Subdn 
all W of hwy NWy4 SEy4 
9.80 a 1380 

Ray Trayes (ex peg at a pt 
on S In of SEVt sec 969.54 
ft E of SW cor of sd Y\ sec 
th N 70 f t E 594 ft to cen 
of Millburn rd for a POB 
th Wly alg cen of sd rd 
123 ft th Sly 130 ft th Ely 
123 ft th Nly 130 ft to POB 
doc 443518) com on S line 
SE V 4 969.54 ft E of SW cor 
sd Ya set: N 7° E 594 ft to 
cen rd N 76° W alg rd 337.9 
ft S 18% ° W 174.50 ft to 
E In ry Sly alg Ry 509.5 
ft to S In sec E 299.1 ft S 
to beg pt SEV4 4.96 a 6190 

Jefferson Ice Co., beg - at a 
pt on S In of SEV4 sec 
969.54 ft E of SW cor of sd 
V« sec th N 70 ft E 594 ft 
to cen of Millburn rd for 
a POB th Wly alg cen of 
sd rd 123 ft th Sly 130 ft 
Ely 123 ft th NJy 130 ft to 
FOB (doc 443518) SWVi 

SEy 4 480 

Gilbert Marchini (ex pt lyg 
N of N In lot 10 of blk 4 
in Del Monte Gardens Extd 
E) beg at pnt in cen Wau- 
kegan rd 387.5 ft E of Ely 
row in MSTP&SSTEMRR 
th N 8 ° 10' W 408.2 ft 
th N 40° 15' E 300.3 ft th N 
27 s E 120 ft to edge Loon 
Lake th Wly 33 ft alg edge 
sd Lake th S 27° E 105 
ft th S 40° 15' W 320 ft 



sd Ely row In & sd Ely row 
In extd ,782 ft th SWly 
, 634.1 ft MOL to pnt in cen ' 
In sd Loon Lake rd wh ia 
S76° E 460 f t frPOB th N 
76° W 460 ft alg cen sd 
Loon Lake rd to FOB) & 
(Ex Sunny Slope Sub) com 
at NE cor SWYt SEY* sd< 
secthS27°W1.16chsthS 
40.5° W 5.16 chs th S 8 deg 
lO'WtoSInsdsecthEto 
SE cor sd sec th N 20 chs th 
W to POB pt N of cen In 
Loon Lake rd S% SE Y* 
26.816 a , 22420 

A. & J. HellBtern (ex E 760 
ft thof) beg at SE cor th W 
on S In 1635.5 ft th N 8° E 
596.1 ft to cen of rd th SEly 
alg cen of rd to E In th S 
to POB pt SE»/4 10 a 1380 

Joseph Hellstem W 380 ft 
E 760 ft of th pt lyg Sly of 
cen In Loon Lake rd pt 

SEy 4 3 a , 12510 

Anton L. Hellstem E 380 ft 
of th pt lyg Sly of cen In 
of Loon Lake rd pt SE J /4 
. . 2.13 a 8590 

Herman Sterbenz Ely 150 ft 
measd alg Sly In thof) of 
Sly 290.4 ft thof measd alg 
Ely In thof of th pt DAF 
com at intsn of cen In Loon 
Lake Rd with Ely row In of 
Villa Rica rd th Nly alg Ely 
Row In sd Villa Rica rd 
782 ft th SWly 634.1 ft 
MOL to pnt in cen In sd 
Loon Lake rd th N 76° W 
alg cen In' sd Loon Lake rd 
460 ft to POB pt Ste SEVi 
1 a ~ 16370 

Bruno & Marie Buck (ex N 
178 ft) all E of Fox River 
Rd S of Milburn rd 8c W of 

Ry SWV4 SEy 4 2.21 a 8550 

Section 21 

Boylan 8c Grimm, W% HEY* 
NWY* 20 a 830 

R F, Struever (ex S 540.8 
ft) NWV4 NW»/4 23.61 a .... 1650 

Marcel Kulp (ex pt ift Loon 
Lake Highlands) beg at SE 
Cor NEV4 SWYa th W to E 
bank of inlet to lake th Nly 
alg sd E bank to int with 
waters edge of Lake th NE- 
ly alg waters edge to E In 
th S to POB pt NEV4 SW 
Ya 2.54 a 280 

J. Sterbenz (ex beg 257 ft 
ft E of pt 52.5 ft N of SW 
cor NWV4 SWV4 sec N 
1271.5 ft to Yi line E 412.5 
ft S 1009 ft W 88.8 ft Sly 
to beg 8c R of W descd in 
119D141 8c ex Shady Lane 
Sub) N of rd W% W% SW 
Ya 18.447 a 25.40 

John Furlan pt S of rd SWYa 

SWa 2.09 a 290 

Marcel Kulp, (ex pt S of rd) 
8c (ex Loon Lake High- 
lands) E % SVt SWYa 48.50 
a : 15540 

I. E. Davies (ex Villa Rica 
sub 8c ex betw E line lot 
10 & W line lot 11 EYt NW 
y 4 swy 4 1 a 140 

David H. Minto E 560 ft S 

190.5 ft NEy 4 SEYa 2.42 a 330 

Jos. N. Sikes (ex S 150 ft 
W 240 ft) & (ex S 150 ft 
E 240 ft W 500 ft) & (ex W 
240 ft N 150 ft S 320 ft) 
8c (ex E 240 ft W 500 ft N 
150 ft S 320 ft) 8c (ex E 240 
ft W 500 ft N 145 ft S 490 
ft) 8c (ex com at a pt on 
W In sd SEVi 325 ft N of 
N Wcor of SWy 4 SEy 4 th 
E 72 ft th N to High Wat- 
er Mark th SWly alg sd 
high water mark to sd W 
In th S on sd W In to POB) 
8c (ex com at a pt th is 
345 ft N 81 72 ft E of NW 
cor sd SWy 4 SEtt th E 96 
ft th N 145 ft th W 24 ft 
th N to high water mark 
th SWly alg sd high water 
mark to pt N of POB th S 
to POB) com at NW cor 
SW ! /< SEYa th E 500 ft th 
*N 640 ft th NWIy to pt on 
W In sd SEy 4 900 ft N of 
POB th S 900 ft to POB pt 
NWVa SEYa 4.259 a 1310 

R. Latal beg at SW cor NW Ya 
SEYa th N 150 ft E 48 ft S 
150 ft W 48 ft to POB (doc 
269439) .165 a 4540 

Joseph Ponzar beg at SW cor 
NWy 4 SEYa th E 144 ft for 
a POB th N 150 ft E 48 
ft S 150 ft W 48 ft to POB 
Doc 468720) .165 a * 4050 

Harry Latal beg at SW cor 
NWV4 SEy 4 th N 170 ft E 
96 ft for a POB th N 150 ft 
E 48 ft S 150 ft W 48 ft to 
POB .165a 4050 

Joseph F. Lorek E 48 ft W 
96 ft S 150 ft Nwy 4 SEy 4 
.165 a 4050 

Joseph Sticka E 48 ft W 144 
ft S 150 ft NW/4 SEy4 .165 
a 4540 

Cino G. Banti E 48 ft W 240 
ft S 150 ft NW Vi SEV 4 .165 



410 



•NameL Description^ Ass'd Val, 
ft S]160 ft NW'/i SEfc .185 

n .. t-, 

William Wojcieehowskl N 
150 ift S 320 f t E 48 ft W 
96 ft NWM SEtt 165,a .^ 

Helen Sommerfield, E 96 ft 
W*04:ft iS 1501ft pt NW# 
SE%i .33 a ............................ 

Helen Sommerfield E 96 ft . 

• W 500 f tS 150jf t ipt NW% 
SEYa .33 a .....;........v..7......i...* 

Leo Frank 81 Frances Dresden 
E 48 ft W 3083ft N 150 ft 
S 320 ft NWy4 SEy4 .165 a 

LoSalle National Bank E 48 
ft Wl404^ft N^145 ft 'S 490 
ft NW%aSE%mlfl8 a ........ 

Valentine Mlkusch E 48 ft W 
356 ft N%45ift JS^Ifl0_ft 
NW% SE% .158 a ...;;.....;...;. 

Salvator V. Condella E 48 ft 
W 308 ft N 145 ft S 490 ft 
NW% SE% .166 a ...;.;; 

Claude H. Rice com at NW 
cor;SW% SE'% th N on 
WInsdSEtt 32».ftthE 
pari with N In sd % % ■ ^^ ■ 
sec 72 ft th N pari with W 
in adiSEMi to High Water 
mark th SWly alg sd high 
water mark to W In sd SE 
Ya th S on sd W In to POB 
pt :NW% SEy4 148 acres,... 2890 

Claude H. Rice com at a pt 
345 ft N8e 72 ft E of NW 

e0riSW$4lSE% th E 48 ft: , iJ. 

th N to high water mark 
th SWly alg sd high water 
mark to pt N of POB th S 
to POB pt NWy4 SEy4 .160 
a ....:....:.:..:;?...: ;. ;.... 

James A. Gardner com at a 
pt 346 ft N & 120 ft E of 
NW c«r SWV 4 SEV4 th E 
48 ft th N 145 ft th W 24 
ft th N to high water mark 
th SWly alg sd high water 
mark to pt N of POB th S 
to POB pt NWy 4 SEy4 .160 
a : 410 

William Carrick E 48 ft W * 
452 ft N 145 ft of S 490 ft 
pt NW'/4 SEy* .160 a 6640 

William Carrick E 48 ft W 
600 ft N 145 ft S 490 ft pt 

Nwy4 ssy4 .180 a ....: 410 

James 8c Phyllis Gardner W 
48 ft N 150 ft S 320 ft pt 
NWy4 SEy 4 .165 a 410 

Joseph Ponzar E 48 ft W 192 
ft N 150 ft S 320 ft pt NW 
y4 SE'/4 .165 a 410 

Cino G. Banti E 48 ft W 240 
ft N 150 ft S 320 ft pt NW 
Ya SEYa .165 a „... 410 

Gertrude Keding E 48 ft W 
500 ft N 150 ft S 320 ft 
NWy4 SEy 4 .185 a 410 

Gertrude Keding E 48 ft W 
500 ft N .150 ft S 320 ft 
NWYa SEYa .165 a 410/ 

Gertrude Keding E/48 ft W * 
452 ft N 150 ft S 320 ft NW 
y4 SEy4 .165 a 410 

Leo Dresden E 48 ft W 404 
ft N 150 ft S 320 ft NW'/4 
SEy4 .165 a 410 

A.Rakow E 48 ft W 500 ft S 
150 ft pt NWV4 SEy4 .165 
a - 410 

Mrs. Lee Dresden E 48 f t W 
356 ft N 150 ft S 320 ft pt 

NWy 4 SEy« .165 a 410 

David Minto (ex N 689.5 ft 

lyg W of E 560 ft) SEy 4 

SEy4 27.80 a 7580 



PAGE THREE 

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In 5 



2480 



830 



12580 



360 
1360 



3440 



48100 
8500 

5500 
6500 
5000 

25170 

11690 

3440 
15260 

...30.90 



Ray V. Kriz SWYa SEYa 40 a 9690 

Section 22 

Homer White EYt NEYa 80 a 10590 

Homer White Wtt NE^ 80 a 20080 

A, G. Hughes (ex S 200 ft N 
409 ft W 217.8 ft SWV4 NW 
y4 NW%. 159 acres 26400 

Robert C. Hughes S 200 f t N 
409 ft W 217.8 ft SWYa NW 
y4 . 1 a :...... 8120 

Mrs. Bertha Newman, EYi E . 
% SWy<, 40 acres 4740 

D. H. Minto (ex E 20 rds NW 
Ya SWYa sec) N 94 rds W\k 
SWYa & S 10 rds W 10 rds 
N& W^4 E% SW% 8c N 
6 rds W 10 rds Stt W% E 
% SWVa 38 a 5230 

Albert 8c Alice Languor N 
16 rds S 56 rds E 20 rds 
NWy4 SWY4 2 a 280 

Edward Leber N 8 rds S 32 
rds E 20 rds NWy4 SWy4 1 
a : 5640 

Irving Buchta N 8 rds S 40 
rds E 20 rds NWYa SWYa la 6740 

Leo J. Fox (ex N 32 rds S 
56 rds) also (ex S 16 rds) E 
20 rds NWy4 SWy4 4 a .... 15260 

Hubert Fox S 8 rds E 20 
rds NWy4 SWy4 1 a 4680 

Gotfried Withulin N 8 rds S 
16 rds E 20 rds NWtt SWYa 
1 a 4270 

Harry E. Schultz S 66 rds W 
% SWYa 8t S 28 rds W'A 
EYi SWYa 40 a „... 5500 

Mrs. Bertha Newman (ex 
S 28 rds & ex S 10 rds W 10 1 

rds N % 8i ex N 6 rds W 10 
rds S% WYz EVt SWYa 
32 a 4400 

George Wurster N 15 a E% 

SEy4 15 a 2060 

Percy L. Hook Cons, (ex N 15 
A) E% SEy 4 65 a 8940 

Thomas Exon WV4 SEV* 80 a 14030 



Name Daicrlplfbn , 

th NEly io pnt oh a 
>cha S of N In -.acY % sec it 
"300 ftE of M lnVWfc Efc sd 

NEy4 th E 364:5 ft to E In 
■?ad NE% th N on sd E In to 
IPOB pt^NEtt NE% 7iOT a 
Elizabeth C. Hunter (ex W 

8.09 chs ) S 330 ft SEYa NE 
^Va\B a --' "-" : ' : - : - 

fit JW - Clk M'<l(mM*tlll»llll»HDIliM<'><*^ 

Mrs. Ethel Miller com at SW 
cor NEV4 NEy 4 N 8.68 chi 
to pt wh is 274 2-7 rds N of 
S In sec th E 4.80 chs to 
Lake th Sly alg* lake to S 
In th W 8.34 chs to POB pt 
v?NE%pNE%10.70«a :...;m...„.; 

Otto Ylonen com 5 chs S of 
NW cor NE% >NE% iSl8.27 

,„;.'chs E 4:80 cha Nly alg lake 

to pt 3.50 cha 'E of beg W. 
^tojbeg pt NEtt NE%. 2M ar 

Otto Ylonen E 35 rdW 45 
5-7 rds NW% NEYa 10 a ...^ 

Mrs. Ethel Miller (ex N 11.27 • 
chs) E 8.75 cha WH NE%- 

Otto ^lonenlW^O nte^WH^ 

* 1 SlT 1 ! ' 'V '«! lti44l4lt«til«iH<diiii r ...i 

Mrs. Ethel Miller W 8.09 cha 

SE%NE,% 16.18 a .:....„...: 

Otto Ylonen NEy 4 NWy4 40 a 

Daniel 8c Theresa Morlarty 

NWy 4 NWy4 40 a 

Otto Ylonen SW54 MWYa 40 a 
Otto Ylonen SE% NWf4 40 a 
Otto Ylonen that pt N of rd 

rWti SW% 60 a ..; ;.......... 

R. G. Hughes that pt S of rd 

E% SWYa 30 a 

Otto Ylonen N 6 chs E 8.34. 
chs NWy4 SW% a .....;.. 
George Wurster (ex N 6 chs 
E 8.34 chs) W% SWy 4 75 a 
Otto Ylonen W 45 rds WYz 

SEYa 46 a 

Ethel Miller E 8.75 chs W% 

SEYa 35 a 9970 

Ethel Miller E% SE J /4 80 a .. 8250 

Section 24 
Milburn Farms, Inc. N% NE 

Ya 80 a 20080 

Milburn Farms Inc (ex pt 
SW of rd) S% NEy 4 79.50 

a 20080 

Elizabeth C. Hunter pt SW of 

rd S% NEy4, .50 acre 

Milburn Farms Inc. pt E of 

rd NW 1 /* 16.37 a 

Louis I. Behm (ex com in cen 
In rd 450 ft due S of N In 
th W pari to N In 1138.13 
ft th S 555.8 ft th"E pari 
to N In 1309.1 ft to cen of 
rd th Nly alg cen sd rd to /. 
POB) also ( (Ex com at NW 
cor NW/4 sd sec th S 5 
chs th E 760.03 ft th NEly 
(on a In if extd would in- 
ters a pnt that is 57.37 ft N 
of N In sd Ya sec 8c 916.23 ft 
E of W In sd NW% extd N) 
to N lit sd Ya sec th W on 
sd N In to POB) that pt lyg 
W of rd of N 1005.8 ft of 

NW Ya 27.13 a 3710 

Elizabeth C. Hunter com in 
cen of rd 450 ft due S of 
N In th W pari to N 1138.13 
ft th S 555.8 f t th E pari 
to N In 1309.1 ft to cen of 
rd th Nly alg cen of rd to 

POB NWy4 15.50 a 

George Kovacevich com at 
NW % sd sec th S 5 chs th 
E 760.03 ft th NEly (on a 
In if extd would inters a pt 
that is 57.37 f t N of N In Bd 
Ya sec 8c 916.23 ft E of W 
In sd NWy* extd N) to N 
In sd Ya sec* th W on sd N 
In to POB. That pt lyg W 
of rd of N 1005.8 ft NW*4 

6.47 a 

Louis I. Behm (ex S 330 ft 
E 315 ft) & (ex N 1005.8 ft 
W 375 ft) NW%, 11.70 acres 




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7070 
2270 



1990 



1520 



Vincent Huml E 48 ft W 308 



40.50 



Section 23 
Louis I. Behm (ex W 8.09 

chs SE l /4 NE>/4> also (ex 
com at SW cor NEVi NE^ 
th N on W In to pnt 5 chs 
S of N In th E 3.55 chs to 
Water's edge of Lake Th 
Sly alg Water's edge to S 
In sd y4 Y* sec th W on sd 
S In to POB) also (ex S 
330 ft lyg E of W 8.09 chs 
SEV 4 NEy« sd sec) also (ex 
com at NE cor EYt NEVi 
sd sec th W on N In sd Ya 
sec to W In sd E% th S 5 
chs th E to pnt 100 ft W of 
E In WYt EYt EYi sd NEV4 
th S to pnt 630 ft S of N 
In sd Ya sec th E 300 ft th 
N 200 ft th NEly to pnt on 
a In 5 chs S of N In sd Ya 
sec & 300 f t E of E In W>£ 
sd NEV4 NE»/4 th E 364.5 
ft to E In sd Va sec th N 
on sd E In to POB) pt E>£ 
NEy 4 36.47 a 

Albert R. Doolittle (ex E 100 
ft thof) W l A N 10 ac NE'/i 
^NEy4 4.243 a 

George Kovacevich com at 
NE cor EYt NE% sd sec 
th W on N In sd Ya sec to 
WlnsdE'/i thSSchs th E 
to pnt 100 ft W of ElnWA 
EYt E*/i sd NEYa th S to 
pnt 630 ft S of N In sd % 
sec th E 300 f t th N 200 ft 



1650 

Elizabeth C. Hunter E 315 
ft W 375 ft S 330 ft NWYa 
sec & (ex W 370 ft) 8c (ex 
N 1005.8 ft) it (ex pt E of 
cen of rd) NW%' 84.83A.... 39460 

Elizabeth C. Hunter com at 
NW cor SE% sec E 1.43 chs 
to cen rd Sly alg rd 4.88 
chs S 48 deg W 378 chs to 
beg pt NWy4 SEy4, 1.35A.... 180 

Elizabeth C. Hunter (ex E 1 
ch S%) & (ex W 60 ft) 
N% SWy 4 78.82 a 9080 

Louis Behm W 60 f t N% SW 

y4 .18 a 140 

John H. Meinert E% N% SW 

Ya SWYa 10 a 5020 

John H. Meinert WYt N% 

swy 4 swy* io a ..: _ ... 2340 

Geo. C. De Young (ex beg at 
NW cor th S alg In 985.18 
ft th E pari to N In 442.3 
ft th N 985.18 ft to pt on N 
In 442 ft E of POB th W 
to POB) SEy4 SWYa 30 a 14160 

Frank J. & M. L. DeYoung 
Beg at NW cor th S oh E In 
985.18 ft th E pari to N In 
442.3 ft th N 985.18 ft to pt' . 
on N In 442 ft E of POB th 

w to pob pt SEy4 swy 4 

10 a 9200 

George C. DeYoung W 1.43 

chs S 7 chs SW l /i SEV-i, 1A 140 

Milburn Farms Inc. com in 
cen of rd on N In SEV4 sec 
th E to NE cor sd y4 sec S 
12.25 chs W 1 ch S 2 ch W 
to cen of rd Nly to beg, 
pt SEtt, 52.11 acres 7150 

Glen Nelson com on S line SE 
Ya sec in cen rd Nly alg rd 
3 chs E 3.34 chs Sly pari to 
rd 3 chs W to beg pt SEVi 

1 a 



6120 



620 



ADD TO SILVER LAKE 

Jos. and Grace M. 

Lo Russo 1 

Louis 8e A. Branden- 
burg 2 
Mrs. R. Sorenson 8c 

J. Sorenson 3 

Wm. Fleming 4 

Do 5 

Do 8 

Do 7 

Do 8 

ANTIOCII HILLS 
Catholic Bishop of Chgo 

Lots 1-9 inc 8t 17-24 

inc. 
Bernard Nabor lots 10 

& 11 
B. F. Nabor & Helen 

Osmond lots 12 to 16 

inc 
A. J. Fitzgerald 25 

John & Andrew Uedell 26 

Do 27 

Alfonso H. Dwieley 28 

Do 29 

Antioch Hills Sub lots 

33 to 37 incl. lots 

42 & 43 



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3160 
550 
550 
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340 

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;: Name ■ ''-Description 4- A$Vd Val 
John^C/ Wagner ?16ta 
)■ 38-39-40 & fr 41 

Alfonso H. Dwieley ^ 

lots 30-31 & 133 ■;: 
Mrs. Edward J. Kamtn 44 
H. €. McNeal 7 i. 45 
Wm. .' Keulmah- Jr. 1 81 

Antioch Hills Sub, lots V 

: 83 & 89 to 97 ind 
KWiUiam r Keulmah ; Jr. 82 
^Chas^ 'Stearns lot i 84 ■ 
also E^ lot^85; 

Kenneth Kirchmeyer 
lots 79 and 80 - ;. 

CletusC.VosWfclot 
■- -i 185 also all lots 186- L 
■ ■ 87 8c 88 

Emit Hallwas Sr,, 

Mrs. Marilyn Drury"; 
Do (ex EV6 J 

Aretas Keulman Eft 
lot*100 also all lot 

W.E. Morris!^ 

Wm. E, & Jeanne -- 
Morris . 
h Louis & Frances Kop- 
pon ■ 104 

Antioch Hills Sub 

. • lots 105 to 109 

R. V. Chinn 110 

Lee Strang 111 

Antioch Hills Sub.. 112 

Robert Bach - U3 

William C, Petty ,114 
Do ; * 115 

Antioch Hills Sub 116 
Do 117 

Do ' 118 

Henry Message ■ 119 

Do 120 

Jos 8t Rose Borovicka 
lots 121 & 122 

Do 123 

Do 124 

Antioch Hills Sub. 125 

Lucy Himens 126 

Antioch Hills Sub 127 

Robert Bach 128 

Virginia B. Kozeny 

lots 129 &^ 130 

Antioch Hills Sub. 
(ex Sunset Ridge) 
sub all W of Ease- 
ment alg Lake 
Shore & N of E 8c 
WV* sec In of sec 
17-46-10 B 

WM. BADEN JR'S HIGHLAND 
SUBDNT, 

Mrs. M. Wasko N 136 
ft measd on E line 1 

Mrs. Emma Bawdin S 
50ftN 186 ft measd 
on E line 1 

Roland Carlson S 100 
ft N 286 ft' measd 
on E line 1 

Wm. Van Scholck M 
100 ft S 300 ft 
measd on E line 1 

Walter Kutz & E. 
Fullhard Tr. N 100 
ft S 200 ft measd on 
E line 1 

Mrs. Henrietta John- 
son S 100 ft measd 
on E Line 1 

G. M. Johnson N 225 
ft measd on E Line 2 

Oak Dr. Comm Assn. 
not inc pt lots 1 & 
2 beg at pt on E In 
lot 1 586 ft N of SE 
cor th SWly to pt 
in W In lot 2 414 ft 
N of SW cor thof th 
N alg W In lot 2 to 
Waters edge th NE- 
ly alg waters edge i 
to E In lot 1 th S to 
POB pt lots 1 & 2 

Theresa Lattmer N 
100 ft S 300 ft 
measd on E Line 2 

Alex Simpson N 100 
ft S 200 ft measd 
on E Line 2 

Arthur W. Hildebrand 
S 100 ft measd on E 
Line • 2 

Charles Bork EYc 3 

Herbert S. Carmack 
WW 3 

Henry Hayn EVi 4 

Elizabeth E. Simons 
W Mj 4 

Marcel Kulpinski E'/2 5 

Rexford W. & A. M. 

Gregory WVi 5 

A. M. Fredricks Wk 6 
Sophie Staniec WV4 6 
Do Wk 7 

A. E. Wimerslage WVi 7 
Shirley Youngberg 8 



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3030 



3030 



3030 



4810 

* 

4330 



Nam* ' Description 
Dolores iC. SMarchinl 
j -porr- ■■ ■-^■■-;- 
tSflDto ' - 

;Do ■ ' ;,!)■. 

■•|Do-- .■..'.:•' ■ 

Arthur H. Van IPatten 
Emil Jennrich : 
Rosemarie Kropik 
Zabavni Pod. Club 

Do 
Marie C. Treskitt 
Fred Sterbenz | 
Geo, Sterbenz 
Frank Fleidler Jr. 

Co 
Wilhilm Kumst lots 

18-19 8c 20 
Mrs. Jermaine Louson 

lots 21-22 & 2T 
Robert & Mary Bower 

Do ■■",■■.■■.-> iv 
Ira P. Lambert 
Fred F. KopeCky 
R, H. Brieskorn Jr. 
LeojJ. Lembitz - - - 
Edward J; & H. 

Kadlec - 

Do 

Do 
Frank J, Niemiec* 
Zabavni Pod. Club 
John Berger 
Klub-Vasely Pratel : 

Do 
Alexander Kozielec ; 
Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar 

Anderson 
Robert Bauer 
M. J. Snyder. 
J. F. Kodat 6VF. 

Nemecek 
Stanley Snorek 
Geo. Bartezel 8c A. 

Moscardini 
Charles H. Rutledge 
Leonard H. Rumpsa 
Leo* J. Rumpsa 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Leonard H. Rumpsa 

all lots 31-32-33 
Raymond Trayes 
Emma Johnson 
Chris 8c Gert Orsing- 

er 
Mathew J. Hoff 

Do 
Mary Dressel 

Do W% 
•Chicago Natl Bk Tr 

14673 EMi 
Stanley Snorek 
Gilbert M. Marchini, 

Do 
Emma Johnson 
Gilbert M. Marchini 

Do 



1380 



3440 



3440 



Edward J. Brylinke 



1 



7010 
6670 

5770 
3370 

3370 
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Philip Bastian 3 4680 

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Walter T. Wit 6 9080 

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John W. Lewis 14 2750 
Philip Danca 15 550 
Delia & Joe Donca 16 550 
James & Julia Rizzo 17 550 
Dan Ciosh 18 5500 
Wm. Campbell 19 550 
Albert Holz 20 550 
Do 21 550 
William Campbell 22 8110 
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Frank J. Grego 24 7980 
Wilbert A. Kirschke 25 7150 
William F. Aim 26 7150 
Leota B. Russ 27 4130 
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Joe & Delia Danca 32 9080 
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Nels P. Anderson 34 550 
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Geo. W. Gerber 3 5640 

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Loretta Antkowiak 7 

Henry H. Zettel 8 

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Robert F. Kozla 14 

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George Mittelstaedt 17 

Mildred Bacareila 18 

Mildred Bacareila Wife 19 

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Mildred Krautstrunk 23 

Frank B. Long 24 

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Earl Cathro 26 

Henry F. Krug 27 

Earl Arthur 28 

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Adam Zelesiak 2 

Charles Dahms 3 

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Alphonse Gloeckle 5 

Stephen Terek 6 

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Edward Laughlin 20 

John F. Peistkom 21 

Emil Jonnata 22 

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August P. Sargol, Tr. 9 

August P. Sargol 10 

John Dobracki 11 

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Clyde Johnson 14 

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George J. Novak 16 

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Pasqual A. Trapani 17 

Harvey 8c Eleanor 

Readdy 18 

I. Jacobsen 19 

June P. Schumaker 20 
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Irene Janovec 22 

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Fred F. Primer, N% 2 

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James Rubino 4 

Do 5 

August P. Sargol Tr. 6 

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Leon Broski et al 20 

August Sargol Tr. 19 

Jos. N. Sikes 18 
Marion & Frank 

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Gust 8c Marie Pradun 22 

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Robert R. Brown , 
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Joe Adelt 
Frank Pomplip 
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Lester German, W^i 
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James W. Williamson 
Carl C. Casper son lots % 

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Nicholas Donofrio 
August P. Sargol 
Domenico Trapani 

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John & Anna Ma this 

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August P. Sargol Tr. 
Robt F. & Edna 

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Phillip Lo Chirco 

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Ernest H. Novak 
Leif Larson Jr. 

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Frank Oudes 

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Marie Hartman 

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William Hoff 
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Arthur R. Kinsman 

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William Erdenberger 17 13 

Wm. Erdenberger v m> 18 13 

Barbar Kelly 19 13 
Guat Stark St Anna 

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William Erdenberger 
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Carl A. Crosse NMr 22 13 

Lucille Schultz 23 13 

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Alphonse H. Gloeckle 25 13 

Henry A. ICohler ^26 13 

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Robert Gerloff 32 

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Lottie V. Klimes v r (2 
Alfred T. Mayer N%I 
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Arthur L. Koeller, 5 

Walter & Maria Latal 8 

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Edna Pretty 8 

Earl 8t Sarah Reed 

N% 9 

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Paul E. 8t Martha 

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Paul E. Schulz 2 

Helen A. Makowskl 3 
August P. Sargol Tr. 4 
Randolph Realty Co. 5 
Joseph Chrisanti 6 

Do 7 

Thomas Tropani, all 

lot 8 81 E% lot 9 
Wanda Szmanskl W% 

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Walter Jermakawicz 11 
Chester Jermakowicz 12 
Margaret Neyer lot 

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August P. Sargol Tr. 19 

Wm. C. Pfeiffer 20 

Angelo Seno 21 

H. O. Bradley E% 22 

Do 22 

John J. Higgins 23 

Henry Kopecky 24 

Harry Devience 25 

Mrs. Theresa Dem- 

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Do Ett 26 

Arthur G. O'Tolle 27 

Pasqual A. Trapani 28 

Thos. Trapani 29 

Pasquel H. Trapani 30 

Victor Reuter E% 31 

Thos. Trapani W% 31 

August P. Sargol, Tr. 32 

Wm. Hoerr 33 

George Holzworth 34 

Albert Inman 35 
August P. Sargol Tr. 

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Jos. Stonitsch 7 

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A. C. Waden S& lot 8 

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Louis Spirek SV& lot 

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John & Margaret 

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John E. Burke 
Carl A. Teiwes 
Basil Costanza 
Edward Mlkucki 
Mrs. Rose Rain^ondi 
Lawrence Puccio 
Frank R. Arzano Jr. 

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Tony Pangctti N% 21 12 
August P. Sargol Tr. 22 12 

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Henry A. & A. Wesche 

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Henry A. & A. Wesche 25 12 
Ormond M. 8c A. M. 

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Carter N% lot 27 & 

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Harold Heck N% 28 

William L. Ferrara 29 
Augusta P. Sargol Tr. 30 
Eileen Stoehr S% 30 

Theo. & Emily Seip 31 

Do 32 

August P. Sargol Tr. 33 
Joseph Cangialosi 34 

James A. Kitchen 35 
Annis M. Rossini 36 

Frank Meldes lot 37 

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Roy J. Camp 4 

Joseph Sarnello 5 

Florence Reiling *6 

August P. Salgol Tr. 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

Albert Schroeder 10 

August P. Sargol Tr. 11 

Do 12 

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Bernhard Schaper 14 

John J. Eder 15 



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Affalter, Ernest 
Akerholm, Richard 
Akeson, Mrs. Anna 
Allen, David 
Allen Wm. F. 
Alvers, Eva V. 
Alwart, John F. 
Anderson, Burt 
Anderson, J, F. 
Antiooh Recreation, Inc. 
Anzinger, Ardis G. 
Armstrong, Lenhord 
Arnurius, Mrs. Harry C. 
Arthur. David S. 
Arve, J. E. 
Assmann, Albert 
Atwood, Chas. R. 
Atwood, Thomas 
Augsburger, John " 
Avery, Robert M. 
Awe, J. E. 
Babor, Vera 
Bach, Robert Earle 
Balsamello, James 
Barnes, Earl W. 
Barnes, Roger W. 
Barrett, Harry L. 
Barthel, Carl L. 
Bartoscz, Josephine 
Bartosik, Cecelia 
Bastian, Phillip C. 
Bauer, Carl 
Bauer, Valentine H. 
Baumann, Fritz 
Baager, Otto Erwin 
Beattie, Warren 
Beaumont, Roy J. 
Behrens, Harry G, 
Bemis, Robert H. 
Bengsch, Arthur F. 
Berggren, John 
Berkiel, Stanley 
Bicek, Joseph A. 
Bista, Charles R. 
Blake, Mrs. Virginia 
Bogaerts, Leo C. 
Bork, Charles 
Borovicka, Joseph 
Boutin, Geo. 
Bown, Morris 
Bozic, Louis E. 
Brahy, John M. 
Bratta, Dominic J. 
Bredemann, Paul 
Brewer, Fred 
Broecker, George 
Brook, Wm. E. 
Brown, Robert R. 
Bruesch, Raymond F. 
Buehta, Irving E. 
Buchta, Leo Sr. 
Buck, David G. 
Buesing, Martin E. 
Buesing, Wm. 
Burbach, Daniel 
Burdick, Laurls 
Burkhardt, Joseph F. 
Burton, John M. 
Campbell, W. P. 
Camphouse, Geo. 
Capperelli, A. N. 



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310 
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380 
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Cardinal Plb. 8c Supply Co. 
Carmack, Herbert S. 
Carrlck, -Wm. E. 
Carter, Robert E. 
Celestlne, Nell W. 
Cerny, Don ^ 
Chambers, Ken C. i 
Oiamplln; Richard H. 
Chase, Lloyd W. 
Chase, Mrs. Louise 
Cherrie, August E. j. 
Chezem, Robert ^ ; 
Chrlstenaen, G. W; 
Christensen, Harold 
Christenseh, Otto 
Clair, John Joseph ' 

Cobb, Andrew F. 
Conrad, Harry W. J 
Corcoran, Wm. :F. :i ■ r 
Corris, .Merrill ; 4 
Corsello, Michael L. 
Coulombe, Art J 
Cowan, Janet ,^ : 
Crawiford, Laroid 8c Arlene 
Crawford, Lois 
Crawford, Roy E. 
Crowley^ Clarence 
Czapar, Mike ' 

Deans, David Y. - 
Dederian, Dorothy E. 
Dettmering, Alfred 
DeYoung, Christlaii 
DeYoung, Frank 
DeYoung, George C. 
Diamond, Geo. 
Dickson, j Anna hV 
Dickson, Robert G. 
Dittman, Albert L. . 

Dohse, Edw. J. H. & Elsie 
Domek, Allie A. & Mary 
Donovan, Jerry J. 
Donovan,' Narcissus . 
Doolittle, Bert j 

Doolittle, Russell 
Doubek, Anton U. 
Draritz, Russell 
Drisch, Edward N. 
Dupre. Vincent 
Dvorak, Wm. G. 
Dwieley, Alfonso 
Edlmano, Herman 
Edlmann, Mrs. Mary 
Edwards; Bert 
Elfering, Francis 
Elfering, Louis H. 
Ellcott, Clair W. 
Ellis, Leroy 8c Delores 
Ellison, Geo. H. & Wanda 
Elsey, Lawrence W. 
Eppers, Leith & Leona . «. 
Eppers, Raymond 
Erdenberger, Wm. 
Erickson, George 
Erlckson, Warren & Phyllis 
Exon, Thomas 
Feun, Mrs. Loretta 
Fields, James E. 
Fitzgerald, David A. 
Flint, Chas. E. 
Floyd, R. C. 
Forster, Chas. J. 
Fox; Glenn W. 
Fox, Harold & Pete E, Smith 
Fox, Hubert L., Jr. 
Frad, Clyde E. 
Franche, Harold 8c Lois 
Franks, Audie L. 
Frazier, Douglas 
Fredricks, Anthony M. 
Freund, Pete P. 
Fritz, Carl 
Fritz, Hugh S., Sr. 
Fritz, Hugh S., Jr. 
Frulan, John 
Frulan, Nick P. 
Galbary, Stephen H. 
Gallagher, LeRoy 
Gallagher, Roy J. 

Gallimore, Robert W. & Irene 
Garni, Wallace E. 
Garland, Robert H. 

Garwood, Harmon S. 

Gavin, Frank J. 

Gebhardt, Wm. 

Geib, Geo. 

Geiger, Eugene F. 

Gefards, Franz & Francis 

Gerloff, Robert 

Giebelhans, Don R. 

Gilio, Nicholas & Shirley .S. 

Golm, Wm. 

Golouka, Chester J. 

Gonyo, Nelson & Ceclia 

Good, Walter J. & Gertrude 

Goodwin. Edward & Ellen 

Gore, John E. 

Gouger, Louis C. 

Gordon, Eldore K. 

Graudy, Lawrence P. 

Grego, Frank J. 

Gregory, Rexel W. 

Grippando, James 

Gross, Fred 

Gross, Robert A. 

Grundberger, Geo. L. 

Guagliardo, Esther M. 

Gullicksen, Willard 

Guthrie, Charles & Ruth 

Habermiller, Mrs. Jas. 

Hagen, Walter A, 

Haisma, Wm. 

Haley, Thomas F. 

Halper, Frank 

^^X I Hansen, Arthur E. 

acq Hansen, Lawrence 

Harding, Marquis 

Harkensee, H. E. 

Harmon, Maurice A. 

Harness, Thomas 

Harvey, Alice D. 

Havre, Oscar H. 

Hawkins, George 

Haycocks, Orville 

Hazen, Stanton & Elsie S. 

Healy, Mrs. James E. 

Heath, Marvin 

Hedlund, Peter 

Hehn, Joseph 

Heick, John 

Hellstern, Anton 

Hellstern, Jos. G. 

Herman, Albert 

Hermann, Arthur A. 

Hernandez, Raymond J. 

Hernquist, Sam 

Heuer, Geo. E. 

Hevrdeis, Edward N. 

Higgins, John J. 

Hills, Walter K. 

Himens, Lucy J. 

Himens, Mike 

Hoiem, Donald L. 

golem, Don Jr. 
olmes, John 
Horton, William W., Sr. 
Horseley, Ella G. 
Hostetler, Oren 
Hughes, A. G. 
Hughes, Guy R. 
Hughes, Robert C. 
Hunt, Francis O. 
Hunter, Elmer 
Hunter, Robert L. 
Hunter, T. B. 
Hunter, Wilbur 
Is pen, Ley Ian E. 8c Gertrude 
Jach, Fred W. 
Jacobsen, Ingwart 8c Anna 
Jahneke, Edward H. 
Janovec, Irene 
January, Ernest J., Sr. 



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310 
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6460 

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4130 

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630 

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590 
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2700 
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1100 
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4600 
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3710 
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1940 
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730 
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4150 
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1170 
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3980 
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Name Am^U 

January, Ernest L, Jr. 310 

Jedele, Norman S. 

Jemilo, :j;.iO. l> 

Jentirich, Wilfred ^ W 

Jermakowlcz, .Chester T, fe 

Jermekowicz, Walter :. 

Johns, Ferdinand J, 

Johnsen, Wesley M, ^ 

Johnson; Robert & Bertha 

Johnson, Walter G, 

Jones, Mrs. Edna V. 

Jorgensen, Chas. A., Sr. 

Jorgensen, William John, Sr. 

Juaten, Rubin J. 

Kadlec, Edward J. - 

Kakacek, John J. 

Kammer, Clarence 

Kammer, Hugo R. 

Kandl, Florence V. 

Kapche, John :j^s 

Kaptain, Ned E, 

Kasparek, Rudolph A. . 

Keen, Joseph & Pearl ft 

Kelm, Wm.lE. . ;^ 

Kelly, Bernard J. « , N 

Kelly, Harold J. • 

Kinast, WlUlam 

Klrchmeyer, Kenneth W. 

Klafker, Henry W, St Mary 

Klarkowski, Clarence 

Kleffner, Clarence C. 

Kller, Donald & Mildred 

Kloss, John F. 

KJoatorls, Anton 

Knigge, Donald 

Knutsen, Alan R. 

Knutsen, Harold H* 

Kohl, P. J. 

Kohler, Mrs. Mary 

Kolax, Geo. & Vlasta 

Komosa, Joseph W. 

Kopecky, Henry J. 

Kopecky , John A. 

Kopr 1 va , Anna 

Koss, Joseph W. 

KOwl, John 

Kraft, Robert W. 

Krieger, Donald & Florence 

Krlz, Ray V. 

Kruegl, Mike 

Kruse, Elmer H. 

Ksloszk, Helen B. 

Kubovy, Laddie 

Kufalk, Elmer W. 

Kuhlman, Ed .-. 

Kulack, John, Jr. 

Kulp, Mrs. Marcel 

Ktunst, Wm. 

Kusko, John 

Kutohan, Joseph A. 

Kutz, Marie 

Kuzmickas, Simon 

Lacena, John J. 

Lance, Roy G. 

Langosch, Elmer M. 

La Plant, Homer R. 



Name ; 'ft ■ ": : V 
Phillips, Ida 
Pierce, Elsie 

"ifPilk, Paul J. 

Plncombe, Robert E. 
Plechaty, Marshall St Rose 
Please, ^Henry w 
Plett, Charles 
Poison, Alfred A. 



JJJ Poison; Ronald S. 
592 Foplawski, John B, 



310 
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Popp, Frederick W. s 

Pousar, Jos. & Marian 

Pratt, Walter J. j&^Ailene 

Proesel, John D. 

Raether, Orland ' 

Rago, Joseph 

Randall, Clifford "Pr 

RandaH, Clifford 

Read, John C. Se Marjorie H, 

Ream, Nicholas F. 

Reihel, Betty & Earl W. Barnes 310 

Rich, .Chester Paul ■ 380 

Richards, Lester E. 310 

Rider, Ernest ^680 

Ripley, Dr. A. & Dr t C. P. 

^Tossey ..:f^V/ m W.- - ^1230 

Ripley, Dr. Richard Se 

Marjorie A. 660 

Rentner, Kenneth H. 410 

Rhymer, Joseph J. 1190 

Roberts, Edmund — . Si Nancy 430 



LaPlant, Mildred & Mary Durr 550 



Larson, Lelf, Jr. 

Lasco, Hulda 

Lasco, Russell E. 

Larson, Ned C. 

Lassen, Knute C. 

Latol, Harry 

Latol, Raymond F. 

Latol, Walter R. Se Maria 

LaVergne, Clyde E. 

Leoki, Robert A. 

Llddle, Kenneth A. 

Lightsey, Dan H. St Helma 

Lindeman, Theodore J. 

Lindstrom, Theodore R. 

Litchfield, Herbert 

Lofquist, Otto F. , 

Long, Frank B. 

Lorenz, Raymond F. 

LoRusso, Joseph 

Lubkeman, August 

Lubkeman, Ercul R. 

Lubkeman, Victor B. & Judith 

Lucas, Wm. R. & Rosemarie '" 

Ludich, Anthony 

Lulicth, Lawrence J. 

Lundberg, Leonard David 

Lundegard, Marie 

Magiera, Andrew 

Mann, Robert E. 

Maras, Daniel F, & Angela 

Marfcham, John L. 

Martin, Jerry 

Martins, Tom 

Marusha, Richard C. 

Masterson, Louis A. 

Matelshi, Stanley 

Mayer, Ferry C. 

Mazac, Louis 

McDonald, Ellis H. 

McGreal, Arthur 

McRae, Mary 

Meinert, John 

Meyers, Wm. J., Jr. ' 

Milhouse, James 

Miller, John P. 

Miller, Lyman 

Miller, Quentin & Rilla 

Miller, R. B. & Son 

Miller, Thomas A. 

Milz, Otto H., Sr. 

Minto, D. H. 

Mirocko, Clifford W. 

Mirocko, John 

Misar, Louis 

Misick, Walter 

Mleczko, Kazimer 

Moeller, Earl 

Morgan, Margaret 

Morris, Margaret 

Morris, William E. 

Motto, Robert 

Mowen, Louis C. . 

Muehlenbeck, Wm. 

Muszyaski, Frank & Marie 

Nedelcoff, Nick 

Nelli, Ramaldo 

Nelson, Barney & Belle 

Nelson, Carl O. 
Nelson, Clara M. 
Nelson, Glen 
Nelson, James R. 
Nettlea, Clyde 
Nettles, Glen E. 
Neumann, Elsie 
Nevelier, Barney 
Neyer, Margarete E. 
Nielsen, Louis J., Sr. 
Nielsen, Siguird E. 

Norcott, Wm. E. & Lillian 
Norgan, Geo. W. 
Novak, Tom 
Nowakowski, Arthur 
Olsen, Edwin W. 
Olsen, Nels P. St Mary M. 
Olson, C. B. 
Olson, Leif A. & Mabel E. 



Roberts, Walter B. 

Rod gers, Henry T. v 

Rosing, Herman E. 

Rosquist, Nels W. . ii 

Rowling, Jess J. 

Rudolph, Howard R. 

Rumpsa, Leonard H. 

Rumpsa, Leo J. 

Runyard, Alonzo 

Rutledge, Chas. H. 

Ryan, Frank 

Ryan, Marshall G. 

Rychly, Rudolph 

Rydln, Alfred B. 

Sandamier, N. F. 

SchaufeL Fred 

Schiel, Earnest W. 

Schimmel, Edward A. N. 

Schroeder, Arthur St. 
Eleanor 

Schroeder, Chas. J. 

Schuemann, Elvira . 

Schuersler, Carl 

Schultz, Mrs. Lucille E. 

Schultz, Rita 

Schwartz, Harry J. 

Schwelger, George 

Scott, Fred H. 

Scott, L. C. \ 

Selak, Frank 

Selak, Rudolph R. 

Se vie, Rudolph • 

Shank, Donald R. 

Shank, Harry C. 

Sheehan, Joseph 

Sheldon, Robert B. 

Sivak, Michael J. 

Sivak, Thomas 

Smith, Fred T. 

Smith, Glen J, 

Smith, Harry 

Soder. Donald M. 

Soder, Edward, Jr. 

Sodman, Albert F. 

Solar, C, M. 

Somerville, Thomas E. Se 
Georgia L. 

Sommerfeld, Helen 

Springer, Albert 

Sonnen, Eugene R. & Ruth 

Spiering, Clarence 

Stahl, Philip I. 
, . Stanek. Charles 
.fg Srch, Henry J. 

rns, Charles . 

Sterbenz, George 

Sterbenz, Herman , 

Sterbenz, Jos. & &Helen 

Stewart, Clifford 

Stewart, Harry F. 

Stewart, John W. 
. Stbnis, Vincent -C. 
|JJ( Story, Robert E. 
jyj Stromberg, Richard E. 
2ix i Struever, R. F. 



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Commonwealth Edison Co. 131270 
Northern 111. Gas Company 
Illinois Bell Telephone Co, 



14940 
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380 

2830 

2920 

730 

560 

310 

440 

380 

310 

580 

1540 

1140 

600 

660 

380 

310 



940 
590 
2880 
430 
600 
440 
310 



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590 
560 
880 
540 



Stumpf, George C. 

Suhr, Ed. J. & Ida R. 

Sundin, Ed. & Virginia 

Swenson, Franz A. 
5*X Tague, Doroth- yJ. 
JJJ{ Tammen, Walter A. 
fyJJ Tarnas, Joseph E. 
2J3 Techert, Fred 
JjJO Thain, Dr. Alan L. 
3*0, Thomas, Thomas H. 

Thompson, Wm, D. 

Tifidany, Deedie & Mary 

Tillich, Peter 

Toft, Homer 
. Torkelson, Kenneth 
!£2 Toton, Stanley W. 
JJJ Toton, Walter J 



410 
2190 
310 
850 
380 



860 
660 

3890 
440 
310 
560 
750 
330 
600 
940 

1130 
490 
310 
830 
310 
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Trapani, Thomas E. 

Trayes, Raymond 

Troyke, Wolf H. 

Tucker, Marcellous 

Uedell, John 

Ulanawicz, Anthony 

Van Patten, Arthur H. 

Van Patten, Marvin 

Vaughan, Joseph P. 

Verkest, Morris P. 

Vogt, Lawrence 

Vos, Cletus C. 

Vos, Phillip G. 

Vose, Avery A. & Helen M. 

Wagner, John C. & Blanche H. 1480 



680 
800 
630 
410 
310 
380 
2390 
310 
310 
330 
340 
310 
310 
400 
330 
310 
540 
330 

980 
740 
310 
310 
310 
590 
660 
1250 
3580 
950 
890 
350 
310 
560 
490 
500 
310 
590 
310 
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630 
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640 



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1260 
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380 
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1260 

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1200 
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1150 
580 
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310 
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630 
740 
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310 
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500 
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2060 
310 



FAGAN SUB. 
Lois <L. Crawford m 35-7150, 
Leigh & Edna Jones 38 7010 
Clifford P. Weber ° 37 7000 

Thomas D. Harness -M t {38 370$ 
Thomas Ptasznek (ex com 
at 3SW cor the E on S In 
208ft th N at^RA. to ad 
S In 200ft th W at R. A. to 
lastmentd 4n 240ft mol to 
wly In ad lot the sely <alg 
sd wly In to pob) V i30 1240 
Thomas Stasznek com at 
SW cor th E on S In 208ft 
th N at R.A. to sd S In , ' 
200ft" thW -at RJL to last 
mentd In 240ft mol to wly 
In sd lot th sely alg sd ■ 
wly In to POB pi lot 39 3710 

Harry C; Shank 40 7290 

.Arthur B. Coulombe i (ex 
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Glen Nelson pt daf com at , -' ' 
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Name Description - Asj'd Val. 

Edward J; ]Suhr3ot3i^«t % : : 
S % )!ot J34 

Dan Lightsey 32^ 

*m*^./!im;~^-> ■:;.«' '331 
E. K. Gordon N % lotl34 



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7010 



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3 lS2>Walsh, James J : & Viola B 



380 
660 
310 
310 
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310 

310 
440 
430 
440 
480 
310 
710 
310 
610 
350 
310 
310 
380 

3000 
660 
310 

1340 
310 



Osmond, Lester Jr. & Gertrude 800 

Pacey, Lyle T. & Mildred 1950 

Paczkowski, John F. & Laura 310 

Paeml, Louis & Emily 380 

Palmer, Agnes 310 

Palmer, Leslie M. 510 

Palmer, Wilford N. 430 

Paulas, George 460 

Pedersen Bros. 27780 

Pedersen, Alfred P. 1540 

Pedersen, Kenneth I. 530 

Pedersen, Robert H. 890 

Pcusaleck, Jos. A. & Grace 810 

Peter, Paul 310 

Petersen, Norman P. M0 

Peterson, Thor E. 450 

Peterson, Valdemar 390 



Waters, Chas. R. 
Wayne, Abraham 
Weber, Arnold 
Weber, Mrs. Cecelia E. 
Weber, Clifford P. 
Weber, John 
Weber, Nancy 
Webster, Wm. 
Wegner, Frank R. 
Weindorf, August 
Wells, Gordon 
Wells, Lucille A. 
Weninger, Frank 
Wefhringer, Mrs. Alma 
Wertz, Charles I. 
West, Stanley E. 
Westoff, John A. 
Wallace, Harry F. 
White, Chester 
White, Homer D. 
Willmann, Stella 8c Elsie C. 

Zelanger, 
Willrett, Robert G, 
Witt, Walter T. 
Wolf. Joe 

Wolf, Roger & Mae 
Wolffs Bros. 
Wurster, George 
Yanko, Jack George 
Yatowt, C. G. 
Young, Alfred W. 
Young, Kenneth 
Zalewski, Casimir W. 
Zalewski, Walter 
Zdenek, Jos. R.* 
Zeason, Fred E. & Eunice 
Zieienski, Frank & Viola 
Zuinak, John E. 

Heinzelman, Estate of Charles 
J. care T. C. Argiris 



310 
380 
310 
310 
410 
310 

1480 
400 
400 
380 
510 
310 

1460 



doc 297952 to NE cor thof 

St POB 41 140 

Quentin E. Miller (ex E 4 

acs) lot 42 8870 

Milburn Farms Inc. E 4 

acs lot 42 690 

Edward A. Sundin 43 7280 

Donald L. Holden (ex com 

at pnt on S In sd lot 

312.34ft W of SE cor sd 

lot th N 330ft th W 180.82 - 

ft to wly In sd lot th ael y 

alg sly In sd lot 333.9ft 

to S In sd lot th E on 

sd S In 130ft to POB) 44 7150 

Donald L. Holen com at 

pnt on S In sd lot 312.34 

ft W of SE cor sd lot th N 

330ft th W 180.82ft to Wly 

In 3d lot the Sely alg Sly 

In sd lot 333.9ft to S In 

sd lot th E on sd S In 

130ft to pob pt 44 8120 

Clarence St B. Klarkowski 45 . 7290 

FIRST ADDN TO ANTIOCH HILLS 

"First Nat'l Bank of Lake 

Forest 1 410 

Charles Cermak Jr. 2 410 

Josephine Pomys 3 10520 

Henry Peineman 4 8590 

Conrad Newman 5 7490 

First Nat'l Bank of Lake 

Forest 6 340 

Richard J. Stroner 7 340 

William R. Gray 8 -340 

First Nat'l Bank of Lake 

Forest 9 340 

Do 10 340 

Do 11 340 

Do 12 340 

W. J. & Bessie Jorsenson 13 8870 

William J. Jorgensen Jr. 14 340 

W. J. & Barbara Jorgen- 

son Jr. 15 7490 

Do 16 340 

Richard J. Stroner 17 340 

Richard J. Stoner 18 340 

First Nat'l Bank of Lake 

Forest ^ 19 340 

A. Koenig - 20 9420 

Do N 21 340 

James Walsh 22 340 

Do 23 10520 

Bernard H. Roegner lots 

24 & 25 12240 

Arthur Laursen 26 340 

Do 27 410 

Kenneth Kirkmeyer 28 410 

First Na'l Bank of Lake 

Forest 29 830 

Do 30 830 

Do 31 830 

Do 32 830 

Do 33 830 

Do 34 830 

\ Do 35 830 

\ Do 36 830 

Do 37 830 

Do 38 830 

Do 39 830 

Do 40 830 

Do 41 830 

Do 42 830 

Do 43 830 

Robert M. Ailgire 44 830 

Harold Knutsen all of lots 

45 & 46 16090 

First Nat'l Bank of Lake 

Forest 47 830 

Do 48 830 

Do two parks 550 

FIRST ADDN. BEACH GROVE 
ROAD SUB 



eci<all lot 

C» M, Solar 

C.*l Solar S Vt 

Narcissus 'Donovan 

-Do-: m - ; ;rf. 

Jerry John Donovan N % 
lot 37 & all f 40 

Otto Scoville all tot 41 & 
S%lot44 K ^ 

William A. Rosing 42 

Do, m 43 

Do N M lot 44 Se all 45 
-Do - 48 

Do 47 

Do 48 

Do 49 

Joe A. 'Rosing . 50 

John Glich; A 

William A. Rosing B 

GROSS'S SUBDN 

Ferdinand ■:*& Anna ^M. 

Do 2 

Do 3 

HAeERMILLER^SUB 

E. Kabermiller St M. LT 

Match - 
Joseph St Frances Hehn 

HALEY'S SUB. 
Thomas F. Haley Jr. St 

'Ursula P. Haley 

DO - '•:.'- 

Do 

Do* 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



A 

1 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

8 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



8080 

9210 

.210 

410 

7500 

6400 

- -''\ 

8050 

7010 

8390 

8030 

410 

410 

-*410 

410 

8390 

410 

410 



7150 

12030 

210 



'5840 
5160 



890 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
280 
280 
280 
280 



HOLLATZ LOON LAKE DIV 

Anna Thies 5L 280 

Herman Hollatz 7L 280 

Ruth A. Osberg 8L 

Gene M. Micholas 11L 

R. S. Poison 12L 

Kazimer Mleczko 13L 

Witlard A. Gulickson 14L 
Louis Hollatz 15L 

Mrs. John Rossen 16L 

Leon J. Witkowski 17L 

Paul Hollatz 18L 

Oswald Boetter 19L 

Carl Bauer 21L 

HOLLATZ RESUB. 
William Weisertborn Jr. 1 



280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 

5220 
280 

2070 
970 
280 

2340 
280 

1100 
340 
340 

5920 

8120 



Do 2 

Alfred F. Poison 3 

Do 4 

Ronald S. Poison 5 

Alfred F. Poison 6 

Villa Rica Club 7 

Ruth A. Ostberg 8 

Do 9 

Do 10 

Gene M. Micholas 11 

Ronald S. Poison 12 

Joseph Cerny St Alois 

Konfrst (ex com SE.cor 

lot 13 th NWily alg rd 

50 ft th NEly to lake 

to a pt 43 ft NWly from 

NE cor sd lot tin SEly 43 

ft to NEly cor th SWly 

on lot In to pob) 13 5360 

Kazimer Mleczko that pt 

lot 13 com SE cor Hot 

13 th NWly alg rd 50 ft 

th NEly to lake to a pt . 

43 ft NWly f r NE cor of 

lot th SEly 43 ft to NEly 

cor th SWly on lot In 

to pob 13 

Willard A. Gullickson 14 
Louis Hollatz 15 

Mrs. John Rossen 16 

Leon J. Witkowski 17 

Paul Hollatz 18 

Oswald Boetter • 19 

George Bauer 21 

Muriel W. Pedersen 22 

Mrs. Alma Wehringer 23 
Louise Hujar 24 

Marguerite Matthews 25 

Mrs. Ernest Hollatz 26 

Do ,. 27 

John D. Irving 28 

Mrs. Meta C. Masser 29 

Elmer M. Langosch 30 

Mrs. Ernest Hollatz 31 

Paul G. Bauman 32 

Gertrude Hollatz 33 

Louis Hollatz 34 

Mrs. Ernest Hollatz 35 

Do 36 

Bertha Bach 37 

Louis Hollatz 38 

Do 39 

Gertrude Hollatz 40 

Paul G. Bauman 41 

Mrs. Ernest Hollatz 42 

Elmer M. Langosch 43 

Paul Hollatz 44 

John D. Irving 45 

James Berliner 46 



Name Description Ass'dVal. 
ithof equi-diat ibetw 

rNWly St NEly cors St 

all ~ 16 

Walter A. Glos 17 

Joseph P. Vaughan . 18 

Do . 19 



KASPAREKS SUBDN. 



William A. Brieger 1 5770 

Frank Selak 2 6320 

Do 3 410 

Henry Plesse 4 2470 

Frank Muszynski 5 9760 

Anton J. Klostaris 6 6050 

HugoBleioh 7 3850 

Edward Grant 8 410 

Charles Stanek 9 6740 

Joseph & Violet Erman 10 410 

FIRST ADD. TO MORLEY'S NEW 
VENICE 



Joseph & Grace Pensaleck 47 



6600 

7390 

6500 

5780 

6060 

6260 

7710 

5430 

410 

8190 

3300 

410 

410 

410 

4540 

4540 

3640 

410 

410 

410 

.410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

2470 

410 

410 

410 

410 

620 

4680 

410 

280 



310 James W. McMillan, 

310 

310 
8710 

310 

330 

950 

510 
5910 



430 
440 
310 

1350 
500 

5500 

1660 
740 
950 
310 
580 
350 
430 

1400 
740 
310 
310 

310 



Phyllis McMillan, 


Les- 






lie Palmer, May Palmer, 






John Palmer, Agnes 


Pal- 






mer, Otto Welinske, 


Col 






Kanasch, Regina Kar 


asch, 






James Stewart & Mayne 






Stewart 




1 


3850 


Do 




2 


410 


Do 




3 


620 


Do 




4 


480 


Do 




5 


550 


Do 




6 


340 


Do 




7 


410 


Do 




8 


410 


Do 




9 


410 


Do 




10 


410 


Do. 




11 


340 


Do/ 
T>6 




12 


480 




13 


480 


Do 




14 


480 


Do 




15 


480 


Do 




C 


410 


Do 




D 


2200 



1ST ADD TO ROSING S SUB 

Charles J. Forster lot 28 

also E 33ft lot 29 28 115G0 

Irving Forrester (ex E 33 

ft) lot 29 280 

Irving Forrester 30 550 



Bernard A. Feigel 48 

Do 49 

JACKS SUB 

Kenneth Young 29 7290 

Anthony Ulanowicz 30 7290 

KAIRYS SUBDN 
Erich Lubkeman " 1 7010 

John Matlich 2 410 

Anton P. Kairys 3 340 

Do 4 340 

Do 5 340 

Do 6 340 

John Matlich 7 410 

Anton P. Kairys 8 410 

Do 9 830 

McHenry Ready Mix Co. 
Inc. 10 3100 

KAIRYS FIRST ADD TO 
KAIRY'S SUB. 
Anton P. & Adolphina S. 

Kairys 1 2060 

R. A. KASPAREKS PENINSULAR 

SUBDN. 
Dr. Victor Krynickl 1 8190 

Bernice A. Hagen 2 5920 

Fred H. Rippo S % lot 3 690 
Fred H. Rippe N % lot .. .3 4270 
R. A. Kasparek 4 6870 

Marguerite Mattihews 5 1380 

Niles W. Rosquist N V4 lot 6 4090 
Frank Weninger S Vz lot 6 3100 
Carl Schussler 7 4450 

Frank J. Ivansek 8 3510 

George W. Norgan 9 9010 

William Muehlenbeck 10 5090 

J. F. Anderson 11 3510 

B. J. Stebor 12 3510 

August F. Kraft 13 4540 

Vera Kroft Stromberg 14 760 
Vera Kroft Stromberg 
(ex pt lyg NWly of fn 
drawn from SW cor sd 
lot to pt in NEly !n thof 
equi-dist betw NWly & 
NKtv rot) 15 380 

Fritz Putllnuk pt lot 15 
ff'if pt lyg NWly of In 
''nwi frum SW ror sd 
lot to pt in NEly In 



Margareth Bengsch 

-;?Do ■;%, 

Rudolph A. Kasparek" 

TJo v 
Rudolph Rychly 
-Do- f ■ 

Clair W. Elliott " 
Mrs. E. DeSaegher 
Rudolph A. Kasparek 
Emogene A. Case St Ruth 

M. Edwards 
Vladimir Kolinger 

Do , 

Louis X Przyborowski 

Do - . "■"• ■ 

LAGOONA SUB 

- BLOCK 1 
Edward Zawiatowskl 
Rudolph A, Kasporek 

Do 

•• Do #' 
jDo. s ■ 

"Do, 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do, 
-■■'Do ;- 

• Do, m _ 

Do 

Do 

Do .. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 2 

Do 

Do 

Do "—■*■>., 

Do 

Do 

Do • ; * ' . 

Do 

Do 

Do • 

Do 

Do 
Walter B. Roberts 

Do 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do private park 'A' 
BLOCK 3 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Felix Ksioszk 

Do 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do 

Do , 

Do 
Joseph J. Pour 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do private park *C 

BLOCK 8 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Joseph J. Pour 

BLOCK 7 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Do 
Leslie Hanke 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do ' - > 

H. D. Selser 
Rudolph A. Kasporek 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 



private park 4 B* 
BLOCK 4 



BLOCK 5 



\ 



,1 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 

19 

10 
11 
12 
13 

14 



1 

2 

3 

4 
15' 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



6280 
1890 
1780 
8800 

4260 

4670 
410 
410 
410 

7290 
410 

7420 
410 

7880 
r*10, 

410 

410 

3300 



1350 

1180 

1180 

1180 

1180 

1180 

1240 

^830 

8180 

620 

620 

820 

620 

620 

620 

620 

820 

620 

820 

820 

620 

830 



private park 'D* 
BLOCK 8 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

13 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 



Do 
Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



1 


820 


2 


620 


3 


620 


4 


620 


5 


620 


6 


620 


7 


620 


8 


620 


9 


620 


10 


620 


11 


620 


12 


620 


13 


8050 


14 


650 




280 


1 


650 


2 


820 


3 


620 


4 


620 


5 


620 


6 


620 


7 


7080 


8 


650 


9 


650 


10 


650 


11 


630 


12 


630 


13 


650 


14 


8060 


15 


910 


16 


7510 


17 


910 


18 


620 


19 


620 


20 


620 


21 


7770 




280 



Name 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
. Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

^Do 
Do 
Do 
**> 

JDO 
Do 
Do 
Dp 

Do 
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Do 
Do 
Do 
^Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Da 



Deierlplfon Ais'd Val. 



BLOCK 8 



■-;• 



BLOCK 10 



BLOCK 11 



18 
16 
17 

1 
2 
3 
4 

:i5- 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

i 

2 
3 
4 

5 
8 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



920 
620 
520 

620 

620 
620 
650 
850 

680 

650 
650 
650 
620 
620 
820 

620 
620 
620 
650 
650 
910 
880 
880 

620' 
820 
620 
910 
910 
910 
1910 
680 
620 
620 
620 



t BLOCKJia^ 

•Do ■'■*.;. W . 
Do 
Do . 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

2° 
Do 

Do 

Do 

Do •' 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do Lagoon private p 

Do Loon Lake privat 

park 

LAKE MARIE HIGHLANDS 

BLOCK 1 

Harriet F. Walshon 2 6210 

LOON LAKE BEACH SUB. 

BLOCK1 
Marquis Harding * 

Do 
Marquis St M. Harding 
Dolores E. Herklotz 
Anthony J. Krofta 
H. W. & Mary W. Praddock 8 

Do 7 

Norman 8c Ruth Ledhner 8 
William Albrecht 9 

Arthur E. St Edward Hou 

dek 10 

Alex Jr. St Charlotte Reich 11 



"i 1 
. 

820 v 

620 

620 

650 

910 

910 

910 

1240 

1240 

620 

620 

620 

4180 

1180 

1180 

1320 

280 

280 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



500 
500 

4350 
500 
500 
500 

2980 
500 
500 



560 

560 
560 
560 
620 

520 



Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 
BLOCK 2 

Jos. & Mary Obradovic 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Rosalia Barhera 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Harry Hanson 7 

Mrs. Norma Newman 8 

Betty D. Benedetto 9 
f20, h. Felicia & L Chy- 

520 , lewski 10 

520 George W. Kalus 11 

6570 j Do 12 

520: Joseph & Mary Rivecco 13 

2s„ A. Piotrowski 14 

520 1 Do is 

520 , Mr, & Mrs. Elmer V. Le- 

5*0 1 _ maire . 16 

520 I Arthur Morin 17 

52J Edwin E. GutoVski 18 

520 1 Do 19 

520 Frieda F. Varsolona 20 
520 | BLOCK 3 

520 Emil M. & Anna Schick i 

1 Betty D. Benedetto 2 

Ralph St Evelyn Hack 3 

James Grippando 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Mae Cerny 7 

Do 8 



280 



620 
620 
620 
620 
620 
910 
5310 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 



Frank & Jeanne Schneider 9 



Do 
Carl E. St A. E. Stone 
Michael F. Pauly 
Betty D. Benedetto 
Vincent J. 5c C. Dangelo 

Do 
Joseph & Ann Fallico 

Do 
Francis Bartels 



650 1 irwin & Bern McMaster 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



650 
1320 

910 
650 
650 

5880 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 

1180 
910 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
050 
650 
910 
280 

340 
5630 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 



10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 



500 
500 
500 
500 

7650 
900 
500 

3800 
500 

3460 
500 

500 
4350 

500 
3250 
500 
500 
3660 
500 
500 

2980 
500 

3170 
500 
500 
500 

500 
2480 

500 
500 
500 

560 
500 
50O 

7650 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 

4630 
500 
500 
500 
500 



.Melvin R. Cole 8t Milton 

N. Kasde 20 500 

BLOCK 4 
Serafina Cuti 1 

Do '2- 

Carl Patla 3 

Do 4 

Betty C. Benedetto 5 

Do 8 

Francis & Marion Smith 7 
S. Pellettiere 8 

Mrs. Walter Gruber 9 

Thomas H. & Mary Boylan 10 

11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Oak Park Nat'l Bank 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Gottleib Christ 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 

Do 
Mrs. Margaret Bergren 
J. Jonas 

Do 

BLOCK 5 
John M & J. G. Kriegs- 

mann 
Charles & Edna Marik 
Do mi nick St Mary Arra- 

mone 
Arthur & Eleanor Zwart 



500 
500 

500 
4630 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 



1 
2 

3 
4 



John J. & Bessie Nemecik 5 

Irenne Lepak m 6 

Jerry Donat 7 

James Grippando 8 

Albert Marchetti 9 

S. Aiello 10 

R. S. Davis 11 
Floys & Gladys Schofield 12 

John F. Sheslov 13 

August Hudec 14 

Henry Soltanowicz 15 

M. & G. Tirrito 16 

Edw. Balachowski 17 

Minnie Pintozzi 18 

J. & M. L. Bargalia 19 



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500 
500 

500 
500 
500 
500 
500 

4080 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 

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500 
500 
500 

3530 
500 



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1HE ANTWGH NCTVSL ANTIC^HJ IlIiMNblS 



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(continued from preceding pago) 

Name 10«jcriptlon . Ass'dVal. 



George M, & Emily Hill 
i :iDo>---W fi p:| 
iiSttas-lVi Glynn 1 

Oak Park Natl Bank 

Rocco Benedetto 

Don Burkitt u 
-Joseph-Jaroslk__L_.: ' ' 
I i i ; [BLOCK 6 
■'; Oak :^Park Nat'l I Bank 

Ann Morrison : 

^Irving 8c Jean iClamage 

©Omjnick' Petramale 
i:j Do 

Prank & Lillian Nagel 
iJVahcis i& A. iCafrtorini 



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24 
25 

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Mayer & Minnie Turdhou 8: 

ii : 

12 
13 
14 
15 



&. Ay 8c Ruth Ambrocelli 
Sam & Carmella Alello 
Oak Park NatflkBank 

Do 
Glen & Thehna Purvis J 
Oak Park >Nat^l Bank 
William -St Florence Leska 16 
William '& Lottie G. Mahr 17 
Melvin F. & Evelyn Seip 18 
Milton V. 8c Mildred Dem- I 

ko ;1® 

James 8i Helen Guppando 20 
Lawrence. P. Virnioh •' 21 

Do 22 

John E. & Mary Lange :;23 
Thos. E. Parker' 24 

Nick Nedelcoff ' I 125 



Mrs. C. Jarsombeck 

BLOCK 7 
John Gualiardo * r 

Do 
Eldora Maher 
Oarl I. 8c I. A. Panicucci 
Carroll 8c Jane Hammer 
Joseph K. Rozbesky 
Stella Byczek. 8c Lottie 

Lacny, 

Bo 

Do 
Frieda F. Varsalona 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 

Do 

Do 

Do 
John Ray 
Walter J. Novak 
Ted Kaptain 
Ted E, Naplain 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 
Pasquale 8c A. Capparelli 20 



26 

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3 
4 
5 
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7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



50Q 

500 

500 

feJBOO. 

800 

^500 

^820 

^500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 

2070 
500 
500 

soo; 

3170 
500 
500 
500 
500 
3250 
4630 
500 

500 

4960 

500 

500 

500 

500 

3170 

5040 

8750 
500 
500 

2780 
580 

4710 



21 
22 
23 

24 



Joseph F. Clhlar 
Leduc 8c Okrzesik 
Le Duck 8c Okrzesik 
Margaret Cappello 

BLOCK 8 
Robert C. Schneider 
Lucille Storsin r 

Elmer Kruger 
Oak Park Natl Bank 
Jack Cardella 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 
John Seymour 
Peter & N. Maniscalle 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 
Mr. 8c Mrs. Armand Peter 

son 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 

Do 
Lyle Wilson 
Albert 8c Elsie Onesta 
Michael J. & Anna Juki 
Henry & Helen Renken 
R, DeMaar & W. Van Eck 17 
Fred B. 8c Frances Igle- 



1 
2 
3 
4 

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7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



580 
580 

4020 
580 
580 
580 
500 
500 
500 
500 

9300 
500 
500 
500 

5310 
500 
500 
500 

500 
500 
500 
580 
580 
580 
580 
1100 
580 

3330 
580 
580 
6630 
3720 
580 
580 
580 

580 
580 
580 
580 
500 
800 
500 

4960 
1380 
1380 
8870 
3580 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1240 
1360 
1380 
1380 
1380 
1380 

830 
LOON LAKE HIGHLANDS SUB 



"Description 
BLOCK 2 
Arthur ^E, Hansen = 
Fritz i Baumann ; Jr. £•. 
William F. Corcoran E& ; 
R. JJNovotny EV4 ': 
Mrs Nellie Drenthe >WMi 
Fritz !:Bauman WWi. 
Mayer IBros.lE&: m 

Bart 8c Adele Bartell E% 
Clarence Spiering W% - 
Kenneth 8c June Peder- 
; sen E^t :'' ;: 

Peter P. Matteoni W.%,, 3 

■/■.'-: BLOCK 3 
FredsC. Nielsen 
'Elmer C, & Bessie Smith 
Louis E. Bozic E# f= 
Robert E, Pineonib WVi 
Mrs. Ida AJBfolter E% 
Stephen F. Witt W% 
Fritz Bauman, EMi 
Thomas A. Severino W% 
A;Kmftsen E% 
Stephen F. Witt W% 
Louis E. Bozic E% v %_ 
Joseph A. Cerny W14 
BLOCK 4 
J. WrKosslot 1 8t th p* 
lot 2 lyg Ely of a In dm; 
'- IraipntonNly lnsdlot 
14ft' NWly *r NEhr cor 
thol to a pnt on Sly In 
sd lot 52tt NWly fr 
SEly cor tttof ;. 

Chester Rich (ex th pt 
lyg Ely of a str In rung 
fr a pnt on N in, sd lot 
14ft NWly of NEly cor 
thof <o pnt on Sly Jh sd 
lot 52ft NWly of SEly cor 
sd lot) Lot 2 also th pt 
lot 3 lyg Ely of a str 
In rung fr NEly cor sd 
lot to pnt on Sly In 30ft 
NWly of SEly cor sd 
lot 
Albina Healy 
Lawrence W. Elsey 
Abraham M. Wayne W% 
Fred E. Zeason EM; 

( BLOCK 5 
Victoria Sandomier 
Elmer J. Zelhart St. EMs 
WUliam Lucas W% 
Josephine Polk 8c E. Dri- 

sch W% 
James H. Stieber E% 
.William 8c Florence Kan- 
di WMs 



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3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
5 
8 
6 
7 
■7 



3860 
3880 
2760 
2760 
2880 
280 
33(0 
2760 
42760 

3170 
3580, 

4410 

3170 

3580 
3860 
3860 
2620 
3310 
2760 
3580 
3440 
2760 
3580 



8660 



3 
4 
5 
5 

1 

2 

2/ 

3 

3 

4 
4 

5 

5 
6 
6 



4130 
2890 
3570 
3440 
3650 

4810 
3370 

690 

5500 
5300 

4880 
4400 
5300 
690 

, 690 
4820 



Nam* D««crlption Ass'd Val 

W^H. Curnes S 70 it N i 

140 ft lots 20 8c 21 

Lee & Mary Stockwell S 

70 ft N 210 ft lots 20 & 2L 
Jack & Gilda Soby (ex 

N280ft)lots20i 21 

Walter, & Donna Gar ver 

S 70ft N 280 ft lots 20 8c 21 
Leslie M. Palmer Wh 22 
^Arthw^McOreal^W%-? 22 
W, H. Curnea (ex W 80 

■i ft) lot m 

Vincent P. Nauseda 23 

W. R Curnea - 2 24 
ROSING'SSUB, 

Mike Himens 

William A, Rosing 

: DO 

Joseph 8c Ssbina Koss 

WiUiam A. Hosing 
Homer La Plant 
Robert E. Carter :" j : 
Jerry Martin 
Homer La Plant i . : ' 
Oliver & Janet Hunt lot 

11 &N^ lot 14 
Jerry, Martin 
Walter Good 
Ernest U January S*A 
Ernest L. January Jr. 
Walter Good ; 
^Dbi 'iv i 
Arnold- Weber 
Fred Pierce .. 
Vincent Dupre . 

Do 
Fred & Dorothy Pierce 
Kazimar ' Mleszko 
E. Glenn * 
Robert Bemis 
Henry Glenn Jr. 
Harold Francke 

ROSING'S LAKEVIEW SUBDN 
BLOCK 1 
William A. & Rose Rosing 1 



1 
;2 

P 

5 
6 

7 

8 



JO 



12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
28 
27 



jiio: 

'. :< i 

3580 

3580 

7570 
2820 

lM 

410; 

550 

1790 
410, 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

7560 
410 
410 

8815 
9490 
2470 

210 
6740 

410 

410 

6600 

6870 

17460 

410 

410 
7840 

410 
7700 

410 
9420 



si as 
Anthony J. Sylvester 
Celia. Varsolona 
Sam 8c Mary Cardella 
Carl E. 8c Julia Schlue 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 
Charles J. Snyder 

BLOCK 9 
Frank N. Capparelli 
Ones. 8c Emma Koch 
Edw. 8c Lillian Plunkett 
Joseph A. 8c Blanche Blcek 4 



18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

1 
2 
3 



J.' Brabec 
Andrew Skala 
Charles E. Whitehead 
Alois Huebscher 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 
Casimir Liebersbaoh 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank 
R. T. 8c M. A. Marshall 
Mr. 8c Mrs. F. GeMhofer 
Nelle Graves 
John & Sophie Duda 
L. B. Harris Co. Inc. 
Michael F. Pauly 
John Constant 
John A. Kuehn 
Roselle C. Feldman 
Stanley W. I. Napora 
Oak Park Nat'l Bank pri- 
vate park 



S 

6 

7 

3 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 



Marcel Kulp 

Do 

Do- 
A. L. Strieker* 
H. J. Kelly 
Marcel Kulp 

Do 
Sara A. Waters 
Marcel Kulp 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

A 

B 

C 

LOON LAKE SUBDN. 

BLOCK 1 

WiLliam J. Yucus 1 

Do 2 

Michael Narut 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

John Yucus 8 

Robert 8c Anna Dickson 9 

Do 9 

BLOCK 2 

Mable 8c Hans Christensen 

Wilhelm Kumst 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Mabel & Hans Christensen 9 

BLOCK 3 
Wilhelm Kumst 1 



250 
250 
250 

3170 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
690 
250 
250 

1380 
280 
280 



7 


10590 


7 


2340 


8 


3920 


8 


7630 


9 


3650 


9 


3370 


10 


550 


11 


4400 


11 


3370 


12 


7500 


12* 


1030 


13 


7080 


13 


3720 


14 


3920 


14 


4820 


15 


4270 


15 


8250 


16 


3170 


16 


3580 


17 


550 


17 


3710 


18 


5370 


19 


4680 


20 


690 


21 


690 


22 


3170 


23 


170 


23 


7120 


24 


3920 


25 


4120 


25 


2820 


26 


2680 


26 


2820 


27 


3370 


27 


3980 


28 


6800 


28 


- -340 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
10870 
280 
6740 

6888 
5220 
7560 
8110 
6870 
3090 
690 

410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
t 280 
280 
280 



Mrs. Loretta M. Lance Ete 
Anna Heidenann E% 
Geo. Koefold WV4 
Otto Schlange WMt . 

Do EVfe 
LMiari Golonka 8c Mary 

Lacina W^ f 

Do E l £ 
Charles B, Prazak Wk 
Joseph A. Kutchan W^ 
George W. Erickson EMj 
Rudolph Sevic WW 
North Shore Imp. Assn. 

Inc. Bathing Beach 
Frank Blaz WVfc 
Thomas Prasil E% 
Thomas Sivak W'/fc 

Do E& 
Laddie Kuhovy Wz 
Alice O'Brien & J. Ander- 
son TfVi 
John Kapche E14 
David & Ann Allen W% 
Jessie E. Mozik EVz 
John Lacina WV4 
Thomas J. Kelly E% 
Henry 8c Helen Magnu- 

ski W% 
Helen Benitte Wz 
Jerry Martin W% 
Mrs. Elsie F. Dohse 
Russell Drantz 
North Shore Imp. Assn. 

Inc. 
Carl Streuver 
Bessie Marie Metz 

Do E 26 ft 
M. E. Olson W 78 ft 
Frank Marek 
Frank J. Kirous E% 
Mrs. Margaret Morgan W 

Charles 8c Anna Jerabek 

E^t 
Elmer Barnes W% 
Harry J. Petzold E% 
L. Matus W% 
John L. Fenn E% 
Frank B. Maloney W% 
Frank A. Leber E% par- 
cel A 29 3370 
Carl O. Nelson, W% par- 
cel B 29 3370 
Francis J. Gavin W& par- 
cel D 30 5510 
Albert L. Dittman E% l 

parcel C 30 4340 

Vladimir J. Kolinger W 

¥2 parcel F 31 3530 

Fred Sittler E% parcel 

E 31 6830 

Wendall Baum (ex com, 

at a pt in Wly In lot 32 

65.87ft Sly fr NWly cor 

thof th SEly alg a In 

wh ints a pt midway 

betw Nly & Sly Ins sd 

lot 32 to shore of Loon 

Lake th SEly to SE cor 

of NWY4 NEy 4 sec th 

NWly alg Nly In sd lot 

to NWly cor thof th Sly 

alg Wly In sd lot to 

pob) 32 

Tony 8c Elsie Basso com 

at a pt in Wly In lot 32 

65.87ft Sly fr NWly cor 

thof th SEly alg a in 

midway bet Nly & Sly 

Ins sd lot to shore of 

Loon Lake th SEly to 

SE cor of NWY4 NEY* 

sec th NWly alg Nly In 

sd lot to NWly cor thof 

th Sly alg Wly In sd lot 

to pob 32 

Lewis Misar 33 

BLOCK 6 
Louis J. Przyborowski 
North Shore Imp. Assn. 
Inc. A 

MORLEYS NEW VENICE 
James McMillen lots 11 to 

34 inc (ex lot 14) 
James McMillen 14 

James McMillen lots 46 
to 71 inc. 

PTJLLEN SUB 
Mrs. William Dow 27 

Vincent C. & Jos. Stonls 28 
KINEAR'S ACRE SUB. 
Amanda Cribb 1 

Do 2 

W. H. Curnes (ex N 120 ft) 3 



BLOCK 2 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do' 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

a RUNYARD'S SUBDN. 
Alonzo 8c Dortha Runyard 1 

Do 2 

S ABRINA MANOR 
Laura & Elmer Rentner 1 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Alan L. Thain 
Laura & Elmer Rentner 

Do 



■ 



2 

s 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 



19 
20 
21 



24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
38 
37 

1 
§ 

4 
5 
6 
7 



• • 



11 
12 
13 
14 

19 



18 
19 



24 
28 
28 



2920 



4630 
4400 

340 
340 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
A 



620 
550 
550 
550 
620 
620 
550 
550 
550 
580 
830 
580 
830 
830 
960 
550 
590 
580 
530 
550 

- 550 
550 
550 
550 
580 
550 
550 

7700 
690 
830 

3820 
520 
550 
550 

7770 

550 

7700 

550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
500 
550 
550 
690 
830 
760 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
S50 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
620 

7160 
7730 

760 

760 

830 

1170 

1170 

1170 

1440 

1440 

35750 

1930 

1790 

1390 

19670 

1070 

990 

760 

1060 

1220 

760 

1030 

1070 

1070 

1030 

1170 

1170 

830 

870 

880 

880 

890 

890 

1240 

140 



Name; PDascrtpltori J t Am d Val,! 
2ND ADD. TO SILVER LAKE. 
PARK 

Anna M. FUzglbbona 1 340 

WllllamiJ.«Pltzglbbona r 2 s; 340 
Frank*vMae York 3 3« 

Emma Franta 4 340 

^Do ! 5 340 

Do 8 4600 

George ?SchoenIeben ■;! 7 •% 340 

Do ~ 8 4800 

John'F. Feiatkbrn ■=■ ]9 U 410 

Do 10 2890 

O. W. Chrlatenaen ' 11 410; 

•Do • ' ■•-> 12; : 410 

iDo '"'" S4l3;l-^C4I0 

Do l H14; :8110 

Do 15 410; 

Do W 410 

Henry Meyer f 17 280 

Raymond Ryan 18 280 

Raymond J. Ryan 19 2960 

Mrs. Mary Mc Rae 20 2960 

--Do " ./H'M ffl\ \ 21 S 280 

Mrs. Bernlce Jablon . 22 280 

Do 23 3510 

KDo i: :^ ft'iS ' - ''24:' -280 

Do 25 260 

Andrew Cobb 28 3030 

Do 27 r 280 

Do f j " 28 1890 

Frank A. Cobb ; r - s 1^29 r 280 
Arnold Lewandowskl 30: 280 

Andrew B. Michalson 31 1110 
George D. Grundberger 32 280 
George Grundberger 33 4540 

Geo. H. Camphouse 34 410 

John A. Westhoff 35 ' 410 

Do 36/4190 

Do 37 ; 410 

Alice Harvey 38 2890 

D. Y. Deans 39 10310 

Do 40 210 

Walter G. Johnson 40 210 

Do 41 5090 

Alice Harvey 42 410 

Geo. H. Camphouse 43 410 

Geo. 8t Rose Camphouse 44 410 

D 45 3230 

George F. Wolf 46 1170 

Frank Walsh 47 2540 

Harry 1Z Barrett 48 3990 

Do 49 3020 

Nicholas Gilio 50 3850 

Do 51 5500 

Walter G. Johnson E 50 ft 
lot 52 also (ex Wtt lot 53 340 
Do (ex E 50 ft) lot 52 



a/*- 



3440 



6190 
1240 

830 
7980 

090 
3580 
2480 



also W4& lot 53 480 

E. L. Namcr 54 410 

Edwin Goodwin • 55 410 

/ Do 56 3990 

Edw. Goodwin 57 3090 

Fred Brener 68 960 

Do 59 4670 

D. Rotchford 60 3000 

Do 61 410 

Robert Lechi - 62 3640 

Do 63 410 

Richard Fape 64 2820 

Jerry Prado 65 - 410 

Do 66 3090 

Edward & Alice Milz 67 410 

Do 68 3090 

Edwin W. Olsen 69 410 

Do 70 4260 

Do 71 410 

SHADY LANE INCLUDING 

EASEMENTS IN SHADY LANE 

DRIVE IN COM. BEACH 

John 8c Helen Novotny 1 3440 

John J. Seps 2 5020 

Jas. Miksovsky 3 5570 

Jugh W. Waska 4 3090 

George J. Popp 5 3580 

James A. Hotchklss 6 3030 

George Kunch 7 3030 

Charles W. Simon 8 5020 

Ralph L. Baginski 9 5020 

John Block 10 5020 

James R. Nelson 11 4610 

John Dolezal 12 550 

Do 13 4130 

George Bosnick 14 550 

Do 15 3580 

Stazie Drabek ' 16 3580 

B. Zagurski 17 3580 

Frank Mackett Jr. 18 5570 

Do 19 550 

James C. Kelly W 57% ft 20 280 

Do E 57 tt ft 20 I860 

Mary Ward Lenihan 21 4400 

Clem J. Fingerhut 22 4400 

James C. Kelly 23 1180 

Do 24 8330 

SDLVER GROVE SUB. 

Dr. William P. Tagne 1 250 

Do 2 250 

Do 3 250 

Do 4 250 

Do 5 250 

Do 250 

Do 7 250 

Do 8 250 

Do 9 250 

Do 10 250 

-Do 11 250 

SELVER LAKE HIGHLANDS 



Name iDaicfipHbii :>«<JVa|. 

-; SWly^ coir ithdf alao pt 
Slygibetw^Sly In sd lot " 

& shore of Silver Lake ' 

Lot 24 ^j i j - 690 

Max C. Miller pt lyg (Wly > 

of a In extdg fr a pnt on 

Nly In lot 24 60 ft NEly 
" ;f r NWly cor thof- to^a 

pnt on Sly^n^Bd?ldt 40 s 

ft NEly frnSWlycor >; 
± thof halab -pt ^ygi-betw 

Sly In lad lot ;ana shore : 
j: of Sliver Lake pt lot S24 
George P, Woods lot 25. 

also all land lyg betwn : 

lot lri'jf& the lVater*sa; 

edge of Silver Lake 

Anthony Lulich 26 

Do 1 27 

Do L: 28 

-■Do-]'!^L> »;29 

Lawrence J. Lulich 30 

John Faczkowski « 31 

Walter G. Johnson 32 

Do - i33 830 

Cicero Millicnarie Club 
sub. of lota 12 8c 13 Villa 
Rica - Including sub- 
merged land bet. B 8e 
W lfeellot 1 extd. to V4 Y I 
sec line ; 1 

James Kudxna s 2 

Laura T. Pederson : ' ; 3 

SUNNY ACRES UNIT NO. 1 
The First National Bank 
of Wkgn. '-I 

Do ' \J'l 2 

Do r 3 

Do ., 4 

Do ! 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

Do ! 10 

SUNNY ACRES UNIT NO. 2 

The First National Bank 

of Wkgn. 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

Do 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

SUNNY SLOPE SUB. 

Edw. Bilek lots 1 & 2 



THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20.1958 

:AiiVlWal. 



Name 



7420 

11690 
6050 



650 
12380 
550 
650 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
760 



550 
1040 
480 
1990 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
550 
610 
500 
500 
500 



!■ 



E. Morley Webb 3 

Charles R. Bista 4 

Rose Maiberger 5 

Albert Moore 6 

Do 7 

E. Morley Webb 8 

Clara M. Nelson 9 

Ferdinand Reese , 10 

Do 11 

Frank Graf 12 

Anton J. Cervenka 13 

John C. Banky 14 

M. A. Corris 15 

SUNSET RIDGE 
Gertrude A. Brooks & J. 

Ernest Brook, etal 

Do 



SUNBRINA MANOR FIRST SUB. 
Gertrude A. Brook 8c J. 



LONG BEACH SUB. 
LOON LAKE 

BLOCK 1 
Walter J. Good 1 

Walter J. Good Jr. S% 2 
Walter J. Good N% 2 

North Shore Imp. Assn. 
Inc. 



280 

5780 

280 

410 



Ohas. Moran N 120 ft 3 

Amanda Cribb 4 

W. H. Curnes W 240 ft 5 
George Paulas E 100 ft 5 
Clarence Leslie 8c Sarah 

Ann Heath W 80ft 18 

Marvin & Bettie Heath 19 
Ralph Ten Bruin N 70 ft 

lots 20 & 21 4270 



690 
140 

690 

7290 
7290 

6800 
140 
8120 
7840 
4950 
140 
7290 

6680 

5640 



Ernest Brook 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Dc 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

A 

B 



1100 

1380 

830 

960 

1030 

1930 

1100 

1170 

1650 

830 

1790 

1440 

280 

140 



SECOND ADDN. TO ANTIOCH. 
HOXS 

First Nat'l. Bank of 

Lake Forest 1 550 

Do 2 550 

Do 3 550 

Do 4 550 

Do 5 550 

Do 6 560 

Do 7 550 



O. W. Turner 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do „ 
Agnes M. Ramsdell 
O. W. Turner 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 



SILVER LAKE PARK 



Theodore Linderman 
Howard P. Quigley 
George M. Reimer 

Do 
John F. Klass 
Harry Wuelf f 
Hans Rebsamen 
Mrs. Rosa E, Heagstedt N 

10 

Robert Splatt SV* 10 

A. Pertle 11 

Baron Club 12 

Do 13 

John C. Korol W 60 ft 

E 100 ft measd. on Nly 

In by W 25 ft E 50 ft 

measd. on sky line 
John A. Diener E 50 f t 

measd. on Nly line by 

E 25 ft measd. on sky 

line 
John C. Koral 

Do (ex E 100 ft measd. 

on Nly In by E 50 ft 

measd, on Sly In) 

Do 

Do 
Joseph F. Klein 
Janet J. Cowan ■■ 
Henry Klafker 

Do 
George Stumpf 
Walter G. Johnson pt lyg 

Ely of a In extdg fr a 

pnt on Nly In lot 24 60 

ft NEly fr NWly cor 

thof to a pnt on Sly In 

sd lot 40 ft NEly fr 



960 

960 

12990 

960 

4540 

5090 

980 

960 

660 

5090 

620 

620 

410 

410 

410 

410 

2890 
2890 
3310 
830 
5370 
3720 
3720 

5640 
4750 
3720 
1240 
3370 



14 620 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

£° 
Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
28 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
30 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
"A" 
45 
48 
47 
48 
49 
80 
51 
52 



1 

2 
3 

5 


7 



14 


2550 


18 


3370 


14 


410 


18 


5780 


17 


3370 


18 


3720 


19 


4130 


21 


1240 


22 


4680 


23 


4680 




£> 



TWIN OAKS 

Earl Horton & Addle 
Horton 
Do 
Do 

VBLLA RICA 

Mrs. V. Thies 

Mrs. Ernest Hollatz 

William Keim 

George Bauer inc. water 
bet E & W In of lot 10 
extd to Y* sec line 

Louis & A. Mazac Wly Vt 
lot 11 desc as th pt lyg 
Wly of a In wh is equi- 
dist betw Ely & Wly Ins 
sd lot and Incl water 
betw the extn of above 
Ely 8c Wly Ins N to % 
sec In 

Trmgard E. Davies, Ely 
% lot 11 desc as being 
th pt lyg Ely of a In wh 
is equi-dist betw Ely 8c 
Wly Ins sd lot 8c inc 
water betw the extsn of 
sd Ely 8c Wly Ins N to 
Vi sec In 

WEDGEWOOD SUB. 
BLOCK 1 

F. A. Swenson E 150 ft 

Warren P. Erickson (ex E 
150 ft) 

BLOCK 2 

John Mertz 

BLOCK 3 

Si mas & Stafa Kuzmickas 
BLOCK 4 

John Mertz 



3440 

410 

4190 

4540 

410 

410 

410 

2890 

410 

410 

2890 

2890 

3640 

3780 



690 

690 

690 

690 

890 

690 

690 

1100 

1030 

960 

1030 

1030 

1030 

1030 

1030 

1030 

960 

960 

960 

960 

960 

1100 

1100 

1030 

1030 

1030 

1030 

1170 

1270 

1270 

1130 

1310 

1170 

1170 

1170 

1030 

1030 

1170 

1100 

1140 

1140 

1100 

1100 

1100 

2060 

1170 

1100 

1100 

15540 

10310 

1100 

1170 

1310 



340 

5840 

690 

7500 

9210 

10930 



10 6530 



7570 



14030 



9150 
6700 
1380 
5510 
1380 



Description 
BLOCK 5 
Union Bank of Chicago 
'■Do- 

Do 

Do ■ u ■ 
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;do 

• 4Bo : V 
'.i'Do'^ V 

Do 
kDo 

FredMaruflka 
Stephen Vicik 
Union Bank of Chicago 
- |Do:- - 
Jos. D. -Pace 
Union Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

DO "• | :-: . 

Do 

Do " 

Do ' 

BLOCK 6 
Union Bank of Chicago 
•• Do <\ 

Do\ £.rfcu- i ■ u ■ 

Do %i 

Do | 

Do . - 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do I 

Do 

BLOCK 7 
John Mertz 
Union, Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Herman F. Hallmann 
Alfred Ryden 
Lorraine Rentsch 
Joseph Ursin 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Berger Edwards 

BLOCK 8 
Union Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do - . 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
B. A. Weaver 
Union Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 9 
Union Bank" of Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
A. C. 8s P. Cochran 
A. C. Cochran 
Union Bank of Chicago 
Joseph Ursin 
Frederick K. Schuessler 
Wedgewood Imp. Asa'n 
Rev. Paul Slch 

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Chas. 8c Theo. Kadlete 
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John Mertz 

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Mary Annette Stanfield 
Frank M. Keipptel 
Robert W. Galllmore 

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Union Bank of Chicago 

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Union Bank of Chicago 

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Union Bank of Chicago 

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N. Clyde Tompkins 
Union Bank of Chicago 

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Union Bank of Chicago 

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Union Bank of Chicago 

G. R. Kustafson 
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Bruno B. Kullen 
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Josephine Jagmin 4 l 7 

■ ^Do -:-■ ■ : " ' £?-{ ;8 

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Do 11 

Frank Keippell 12 

Union Bank of Chicago IS 

■ Do m^mfc - 14 

Do : 18 

Do 16 

Josephine Jagmin IT 

^mom-:Wt Jio 

■Union Bank ief Chicago 10 

Do 120 

Do 121 

■ Do 32 

Cecilia Walsh 28 

Emeat Ganser 24 

Union Bank of Chicago 25 

John a Lux ' ; , 26 

Union Bank of Chicago 27 

-Do ".- 28 

Do 29 

Floyd A. Bibling 30 

Do ^i .-' 81 

H. C. Harkemee 32 

Mrs. Bessie Hefferon 93 

Otto F. & Hilda Lofqulat 84 

Union Bank of Chicago 39 

i Do 88 

JoeF. Plomin 37 

Union Bank of Chicago 38 

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'BLOCK 14 
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BLOCK 18 
John Mertz 

BLOCK 18 
John Mertz 

GEORGE WOLFS SUB. 
George & Myrtle Wolf 1 
Do 2 

ZELINGERS APPLE 
RIDGE SUB. 
Sebaatin Bontln 1 

Paul & Agnes Peter 2 

Crown Realty Co. 3 

Do 4 

Thomas & Margaret 

Novak (ex E 62 ft) 8 

Emily Kruegl E 62 ft 8 
Crown Realty Co. 6 

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John Bocskovlta 
Philip I. Haasa 

Section 7-40-10 
Aug. Teckert, Jr., .50 acre 
SE cor W% NEtt SEtt, 

.50 acre - 5080 

Helen E. Lewin, Mary E. 
Nevitt & Joanne G. Os- 
mond, ex com at pnt of ints 
of cen In Rte 173 with W In 
SEYa SEYa sd sec th Ely 
alg cen In sd hwy 298.20 
ft to pob th N pari with W 
In sd % Va sec 175.03 ft th 
Ely pari with cen In sd hwy 
30.02 ft th S pari with W In 
sd % % sec 175.03 it to cen 
In sd hwy th Wly alg sd 
cen In 30.02 ft to pob) pt 
lyg N of cen In Rte 173 & 
W of Rte 59 SE»4 SEtt, 5.83 
acres 17670 

Lester & Helen Osmond, pt 
lyg Ely of Ely In Rte 59 
W% SEy 4 SEYa, 1.15 acres 280 

Bernard N. Osmond, com 
at pnt on W In SEYa SEYa 
sd sec 621 ft N of SW cor 
thof th SE alg a str In wh 
makes an angle of 65 deg 
with last descd course as 
measd fr S to SE 174 ft to 
pob th SEly alg last descd 
In 126 ft th SW alg a str 
In wh makes an angle of 
80 deg with last descd 
239.8 ft th W par with S In 
course measd fr SE to SW 
sd Ya Vi sec 109.5 ft to a 
pnt wh is 100 ft E of W In 
sd % % sec th N pari to W 
In sd Va Va sec 87.6 ft to 
pnt wh is 100 f t E of W 
In sd Va V* sec & 224 ft 
fr pob th NEly 224 ft alg 
str In to pob pt SEYa SEVi 
.732 acre 210 

Lester John Osmond, com at 
pnt on W In SEV* SEY* sd 
sec 331 ft N of SW cor thof 
th N alg sd W In 290 ft 
th SE alg a str In wh makes 
an angle of 65 deg with last 
descd In as measd fr S to 
SE 174 ft th SW alg a str 
In wh makes an angle of 

1 80" with last descd course 
as measd fr SE to SW 
224 ft to pnt on a In dm 
at R. A. to W In sd V* V* 
sec sd pnt bng 100 ft E of 
sad W In th W 100 ft to 
pob pt SEVi SEYa, .759A 12590 

Frank Kelly, com at pnt of 
intsn of cen In Rte 173 with 
W In SEVa SEVa sd ssec th 
Ely alg cen In sd hwy 
298.26 ft to pob th N pari 
with W In sd Va % sec 
175.03 ft th Ely pari with 
cen In sd hwy 30.02 f t th S 
pari with W In sd Ya Ya 
sec 175.03 ft to cen in sd 
hwy th Wly alg sd cen In 
30.02 ft to pob pt W% SE 
Va SEYa, .12 acre 10180 

Lillian G. Ackerman, W 100 

ft SVa SEYa SEVa, .759 A... 210 

Lester J. Osmond 8c Bernard 
Naber Osmond, com at pnt 
on W In SEYa SEYa sd sec 
621 ft N of SW cor thof 
th SEly with a SE angle of 
65 deg from last desc In 
300 ft th SWly with a SE 
angle of 80 deg from last 
desc In 239.8 ft th W 109.5 
ft to ints a In th is pari to 
& 100 ft E of W In sd Va 
Ya sec th S on sd pari In 
to S In sd Ya Ya sec th E on 
sd S In to Wly ROW In 
Rte 59 th Nly alg sd ROW 
In to Sly ROW In Rte 173 
th W alg Sly ROW In Rte 
173 to W In sd Ya VaYa sec 
th S on sd W In to pob pt 



Nartoffi^ Description i v 

; SE%ISE%, 10188 acre* .... 
Section 8-46-10 

Murrill & Alice Cunning- 
ham, beg at NE cor W% 
NE%«th W on N 1ni489.8 
f t th S pari to E In 445 f t 

! thW pari to N In to W In 
of .Ett WM-NEV4 th-S'136 
ft th E 814.9. ft th NEly to a 
pnt on E In 445 ft S of pob 

n th Nto pob pt W^ NE>4, 

S. E. & M. Nielsen, com at a 
pt on N In 489.5 ft W of 

j the NE cor of the W% NE 
Ya th S par to E In sd W% 
NEtt 445 ft th Wto Win 

■'i : ^B%^WWMB% ithtN 181 
ft the E to a pt 664.6 ft W of 
the E In sd Wtt NEtt th 
N 264 ft to >N In id % th 
E of. pob.jpt !Wtt;NE%, 

Murrill: & A. Cunningham, 
com at pt 681 f t S fr N In 
ad Wtt NEtt & 3741 ftE 
fr th E In extd S of Drom's 

i Court th E pari to sd N In . 
514.9 ft th NEly to a pt on 
E In sd Wtt NEtt wh is 
448 ft S fr NE cor thof th . 
8 alg sdE In 65.5 ft to SEly 
In extd NEly of Lot 1 in 
County Clks Sub th SWly 
alg sd SEly In extd of Lot 
1 to pt 3741 ft.Eiftp sd 
E In extd S of Drom's 

J Court th N pari to ad E In . 
extd S of Drom's Court 
571.1 ft to pob, pt W% NE 

ANTIOCH HEIGHTS SUB 

Arthur 6c Lola Laursen 
Do 

Harrison W. Brown 

Vernle M. Plotz 

Arthur & Lois Laursen 

Hugo R. Gussarson 

James E. Johnson 

Lowell F. Strauss 

Vincent Enis 

Delia & William Holt 

Dr. Richard A. Carluccl 
Do 

Bessie Fitzsimmons 

Bessie Fitzsimmons 

Lawrence R. Fawlowskl, 
Sr. 

Arthur & Lola Laursen 

Robert J. Wilton 
Do 

Arthur & Lola Laursen 

Bernard Gutowakl, Jr. 

Arthur W. Meyer 

J. C. Vos 

Earle R. Gifobs 
John I. 8c Eleanor M. 
Walch 

Daniel Putnam 

Jerry Rockow 

Robert Gaston 

Arthur 8c Lola Laursen 

Joseph F. Straka 

Paul Klucrynskl 

J. Adolph C. 8c Anna Han- 
sen 

Arthur & Lois Laursen 
Do 
Do 

Do at 

BOCK'S ADD'N 

Edmund F. Vos, Lots 3 & 
45 (ex W 210 ft) Lot 3 

J. E. Sanhamel, W 210 ft 

Kenneth Kirchmeyer, 
Lots 4 & 44 

Louis Jarnigo, W 175 ft 
S 56 ft 

Roland Wayne Polsgrove, 
(ex E 88 ft) 

Roland Wayne Polsgrove, 
E 88 ft Lot 6, all Lot 42 

Emil R. & Marg. Lubke- 
man 7 

Donald W. Anderson 8 

Do * 9 

A. M, Hawkins 10 

Bruce Dalgaard 12 

Mary Meyer 13 

Jacob Drom, Lots 14 & 34 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Anderson 15 

Clarence L. Larson 16 

Edmund F. Vos, (e com at 
pnt 25 ft E & 40 ft S of 
intersn of cen In Rte 21 
(Main st.) with cen In 
North Ave., th Sly pari 
to Row In sd Rte 21, 
110.10 ft to a pnt, th N 
90 deg 37 min E dist 200 
ft th NEly 88 deg 58 min 
dist 132 ft, to pnt 40 ft 

5 of cen In sd North 
Ave, th SWly 84 deg 45 
min pari to cen In North 
Ave., dist 200 ft to pob) 
Lots 1 & 2 

Cities Service Oil Co., 
com at pnt 25 ft E & 40 
1 ft S of inters of cen In 
Rte 21 (Main St.,) with 
cen In North Ave,, th 
Sly pari to Row In sd 
Rte 21, 110.10 ft to a 
pnt, th N 90 deg 37 min 
E dist 200, ft th NEly 
deg 58 min dist 132 ft 
to pnt 40 ft S of cen In 
sd North Ave., th SWly 
84 deg 45 min pari to 
cen In sd North Ave., pt 
Lots 1 & 2 

Joseph Sauers 

C. F. Richards, Lot 18 & 
N% 61 vacated st S of 

6 adj 
Fred Hawkins. Lot 19 & S 

y h of vacated st N of 

& adj (ex N 60 ft W 

220 ft) 
Wendell S. Nelson, N 60 

ft W 220 ft 
Harold C. Young 

Do % - 

Dr. Allen Tham & Jas. 

W. Kopriva 
Dr. Charles D. Ness 
R. E. Coddingtcn, (ex Nly 

66 ft) 
Mrs. Rose M. Kennedy, 

Nly 66 ft 
Fred Hawkins, Lots 25-26 

& 27 

Do 
Fred Hawkins, Lot 29 & 

SMz vacated st N of & 

adj 
C. F. Richards, Lot 30 & N 

Ya vacated st S of & adj 30 
Ray Horton 31 

Clarence Larson 32 

Do 33 

Donald W. Anderson, Lots 

35 to 41 

Harry F. & Joan Stewart 

(ex W 175 ft S 56 ft Lot 

5) all lot 43 



Ait'dVallNama iDeicrlptfon ^ Ais'd^Vaj.i 

£■- 37950 36 ft E 82 ft 1 4130 

Laurel D. tPowles. (ex jS ' 
81.09 ft) iW 23.1 -ft ^ ! 2 6600 

Laurel D/Fowles, commit 
SW cor Lot 2 th N on % 

W in .22,59 ft thE 45.7 ft 
thN 15 ft th Eparl to 
N In Lots 1 8c 2 Blk 1 
31 ft to E In of W 14 ft 
Lot 1 th S 24.09 ft to S 
In Lot 1 th W alg S In, .. -^ 
11820 Lots 1 8e 2 to pob, Lots 1 &:2_^1480 

Charline Powlea, ;N. 28.8 3 ■*' ^\ 
ft Si81:09ftm48.7ft 2 1790 

Frank D Powles, N 27 ft 
S 5109 ft of th W 14 ft 
Lot 1 «e N 27 ft S 51.09 
ft lyg «, of HT 48.7 ft 

■■_ Lot 2/Lota 1 & 2 

Frank D. Powles, ex S 
51.09 ft) W 14 ft Lot! 
A E 39.6 ft Lot 2 
4810 Laurel D. Powles 

Walter T. Kenning 

Bniogene A. Case Se, Ruth 
M. Edwards 

Andrew & John De Boer 

Clayton W. Bartlett * - 
Do - ! -■ :>■•; 

Edgar Slmonsen 

Roy Kufalk, N 42 ft 

Joseph E. Horton, S. 24 
ft Lot 10 &N 18 ft Lot 11 

Effie I. Nelson, N 42 ft S 

■-■Ajk-'S* -' \-' 

Isabelle Chlnn. S 6 ft 

Roy E. Casper .... Li,.__ 

Glen & Regena Waller . 

:Do^r : :'- 

BLOCK 2 
010 Joseph F. Moulis, Jr., 
Lota 1 8e 2 
Illinois Bell Telephone, 
Lot38cN8ftW66ftE 
198 ft 4 1430 

Clara Westlake (ex N 8 
ft W 88 ft thof) also (ex 

5 7 f t thof) E 198 ft ' 4 6470 
Thos. S. Bulger, Tr., (ex E 

198 ft) Lot 4 also (ex E 

198 ft) N 90 ft Lot 8 
Illinois Bell Telephone, S 

7 ft E 198 ft Lot 4 8c N 

50 f t E 198 ft Lot 8 
Robert J. Wilton, S 16 ft 

Lot 5 8e all Lot 6 
Robert J. Wilton, N 32 ft 7 
Robert J. Wilton, S 34 f t 7 
Robert Wilton, N 20 ft 8 
Morris & Ruth Pickua, S 

46 ft 8 7430 

Morris 8e Ruth Pickus, N 

6 ft 9 140 
Michael Golden, (ex N 8 

Lena Message, S 16 ft 
Michael Golden ex S 16 

ft) 
Lena Message 



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ClUNN'S ADD'N 

BLOCK 1 
Vida Shunneson, W 



BLOCK 1 
Joseph 6c Vera Horton 1 
Joseph Cosgrove 2 

W. S. Darnaby 3 

Earl Pitman 4 

Donald E. Francisco, Jr. 8 
Nora Horan 9 

Mary Lou Sibley 7 

David 8e Eva Deering 8 

Charles H. Miller, N 49% ft 9 
Charles J. Cermak. Jr., 

(ex W 132 ft) S 16% ft 
Marie Anderson, W 132 ft 

of S 16% ft Lot 9 & W 

132 ft 
Charles J. Cermak, Jr., 

(ex W 132 ft) 

BLOCK 5 
Maurice H. Radke 
Deborah Van Patten & 

L. R. Van Patten 
Paul Avery 
Eva Shultis 
George Garland 
Mrs. Helen E. Radtke 
Myrus J. Nelson 
Clifford H. Hedlund 
Elmer Rentner, (ex W 

44% ft) 9 16300 

H. E. & Elizabeth Shep- 

ard, W 44% ft Lots 9 & 10 
Elmer Rentner, (ex W 

44% ft) 10 500 

COUNTY CLERK'S SUBDN. 

Charles F. Richards, ex 

com at SW cor Lot 2 sd 

sub th E on S In sd Lot 2 

to SE cor thof th N on 

E In sd Lot 2 50 ft th E 

120 ft to W In of Dwight 

Court extd S th S alg W 

In sd Dwight Court extd 

S 177 ft th W 331.1 ft to 

W In sd Lot 1 th Nly alg 

W In sd Lot 1 129.2 ft 

to pob) com at a pt that 

is 25 ft S of SE cor Lot 

9 of W. E. Drom's Sub 

th S 1235 ft mol to pt on 

a In sd In being S 46 deg 

W from a pt in E In of 

W% NEV 4 Sec 8 500.5 

ft S of NE cor sd W% 

NEV 4 sd Sec 8 th contg 

S 46 deg W 252.7 ft th N 

28 deg 27 min W 413 ft 

th S 63 deg 13 min W 

190 ft to Ely Row In of 

MSTP & S STE M RY 

th NWly alg sd RR Row 

In 1002.3 ft th E 235 ft 

th N 50 ft to pt 100 ft S 

of "S In sd W. E. Drom's 

Sub th E 170 ft th N 100 
ft to S In sd W. E. Drom's 

Sub th E alg S In sd sub 

to SW cor Lot 9 sd sub 

th S 50 ft th E 175 ft 

th N 50 ft to pob 16.775 

acres, pt 
Carl R. Gibson, th pt NE 

Ya Sec 8-46-10 beg in N 

In NE'/4 sec 433.40 ft E 

of NW cor NEV4 sec th 

S 298 ft th E 75 ft th 

N 298 ft th W 75 ft to 

beg (413D573) part 1 11490 

Sadie Kravitz, beg at SE 

co#Lot 14 Drom's Sub 

th W alg S In 120 ft to 

SW cor sd Lot 14 th S 

alg W In extd of sd lot 

33 ft th E pari to sd lot 

14 120 ft to W In extd 

S to Dwight Ct th N 33 

ft to pob Doc 493116), 

.275 acre, part 
Ethel Quedenfeld, pt com 

at a pt on N in NEV* 

Sec 8-46-10 283.4 ft E of 

NW cor thof th E 75 ft 
th S 183 ft th E 75 ft th 

S 115 ft th W 225 ft th 
N 298 ft to pob, .711 A 
part 
Chas. & Ina Larson, E 75 
ft W 433.4 ft N 183 ft 
W% NE"/4 sec 8-46-10 
Doc 505668 and 593684 
.315 acres, pt 



4260 



Name ^Daicflpllen Au'd Val, 
Chas. & Laura Anderson, 

pt Lot 1 in Co. Clk'a. 

Sub. in Wtt ^NE%ibeg 

at ;a^pt on N .-•, In of & 

808.4 ft E of NW cor 

of sd NEV« aec th E alg 

fjadN In 168ift thSiat 

R; A; of sd N In of sd 

NE% 264 ft th W pari 

sd N In 165 ft th N 264 

ft to pob 1 acre, Doc ^ ^ 

V (493117_ MlB ^L s4W 

Ellis & Opal Story, (ex 

com at pnt on cen In 

Drom's Court extd S 

<924.2 ft S of N In NE% 

th Eat R. A, to last desc 

In 200 ft th S pari to cen 

In sd Drom's Court 200 

ft th E 199.1 ft th S 27.9 

ft th S 46 degJWrto cen 

In sd Drom's Court extd . 

S th N 818.1 ft to pob) ^ I 

•beg at SE cor Drom's ^ ^ 

'Sub th S 281 ft th Eparl -W. : 4 
=to N In NE% ad a*s^= 

374.1 ft thS 8711 ft 

mol to a In th ia S -48 ^ r m a 

deg W fr pnt on E In 

W% sd NE& sd pnt be- ; - 

Ing 500.5 ft S of NE cor . 

sd W% NEV4 th S 46 

deg W 980 ft mol to pnt . 

25 ft W of E In extd S 

of Drom's Sub th N 1235 

ft mol to S In sd sub th 
_EJaClH»Jbu/__^__ ,1 12730 

Chris 8c Anna L. Nielsen, 
Beg at SE cor Lot 9. . 

W. E. Drom's Sub th E 
28 ft th S 80 ft th W 175 
ft th N 50 ft to SW cor 
Lot 9 th E on S In sd Lot 
9 to pob, .20 acre, part 1 210 

William C. Steinel, com at 
■ SE cor W. E. Drom's 

Sub th E pari to N In W 

% NEK Sec 8 224.6 ft 

th S atR. A. to N In of 

W% sd NEtt 145 ft th 

W 224.6 ft to E In extd 

S of sd W. E. Drom's 

Sub th N alg sd E In 

extd 145 ft to pob, .75 

acre, part 1 4470 

Crown Realty Co., pt In 
Village S 136 ft W 389.6 
ft of beg at NE cor th W 
on N In 489.5 ft th S 
pari to E In 445 ft th W 
pari to N In 554.6 ft th 
S pari to E In 136 ft th 
E pari to N In 889 ft th 
NEly to a pt on E In 445 
ft S of POB th N to 
POB pt descd in docs 
505894 & 524839 .59 acs 
part 1 140 

Sigurd E. Nielsen W 165 

ft of S 161 ft pt in Vil- 
lage of beg at a pt 673.4 

ft E of W In NEV4 & on 

N In sec th E 185 f t th S , . 

pari with W hi sec 264 

f t th W pari with N In 

Sec 165 ft th N to POB 
(doc 494519) & th pt 

W% NE'/i sec 8 descd 

as beg at pt wh is 224.6 

ft E from E In of W. E. 

Droms sub & 264 ft S 

from N In sd W% NE% 

th E pari to sd N In 330 

ft th S at R. A. to sd N 

in 181 ft th W 330 ft 

th N 181 ft to FOB (doc 

512056) .685 acs part 1 140 
Louis A. Horton com at pt 

on cen In Drom's ct 

extd S 1124.2 f t S of N 

In sec 8 th E at R. A. 

to last desc In 200 ft th 

N pari to sd cen In 200 

ft th W 200 ft to cen In 

sd Drom's ct extd S th 

S 200 ft to POB Lot 1 9080 

Emanuel J. Thiele pt NW 

Va sec 8-46-10 (ex com 

on Wly In sd lot 7 ft 

S of N In thof th SEly 

alg sd Wly In to pt 39 

ft S of N In sd lot 

th E 70 ft th N 32 ft to 

pt 7 ft S of N In sd lot 

th W to POB) also (ex 

N 7 ft) also (ex Wly 10 

ft) com at SW cor lot 

2 sd sub th E on S In 

sd lot 2 Sc sd S In extd 

355 ft to W In extd S of 

Dwight Ct th S alg W In 

sd Dwight Ct. extd S 

127 ft th W 331.1 ft to 

W In sd lot 1 th Nly alg 

sd W In 129.2 ft to POB 1 6250 
Sadie Kravitz pt NW Va 

sec 8-46-10 N 7 f t lot 1 

lyg betw Ely row In of 

RR 8c W In of Dwight Ct 

extd S also com at in-. 

ters of S In of N 7 ft sd 

lot 1 with Ely ro win of 

RR th SEly alg sd row 

In to pnt 129.2 ft SEly 

from N In sd lot 1 th 

E 10 ft th NWly pari to 

sd RR row In to pt 39 

ft S of N In sd lot 1 th 

E to pnt 70 ft E of sd 

RR row In th N 32 ft 

to pnt E of POB th W 
to POB Part lot 1 140 

Wilbert V. Lahti com at 

a pnt on cen In extd S 

of Drom's Court at a 

pnt 1124.2 ft S of N In 

NEV 4 sec 8-46-10 th E at 

R A to cen In sd Drom's 

Court 399.1 ft th S pari 

to cen In of sd Drom's 

Ct 27.9 ft th S 46° W 

239.9 ft tlx W 235.5 ft to 

cen In sd Drom's Ct th 

N 190 ft to POB pt lot 1 13340 
Wilbert V. Lahti com at 

pnt on cen In extd S of 

Drom's Ct at a pnt 

1314.2 ft S of N In NEV4 

sec 8-46-10 th E at R. 

A. to cen In sd Drom's 

Ct 235.5 ft th S 48° W 

313.4 ft to cen In of sd 

Drom's Ct th N 226.1 

ft to POB pt lot 1 280 

Russell V. Rcndall com at 

pnt on extd S In of 

Drom's Court at a pnt 
140 924.2 ft S of N In NEV 4 

sec 8-46-10 th E at R. A. 
to cen In sd Drom's 

Court 200 ft th N pari to 
sd cen In 184 ft th W 

200 ft to cen In sd Drom's 

Court at pnt 184 ft N 

fr POB th S alg sd cen 

6740 In 184 ft to POB pt lot I 8120 

Albert & Carrie Norman 

(ex com at NE cor sd 

lot th W 180 ft th S 125 

ft th W 34 ft th S 75 

6530 ft th E 4 ft th S 250 ft 



Nam* '*"^DaKrIpf(on Aii'dVal, 
th E 200 f t to SE cor sd 

lot th N to POB) i 183 ■ ■ m 

A pt 2 1650 

George Miller Tr. com at 

NE cor Cor lot 2 th S on 

E In to pt 33 ft S of SW 

cor lot 14 Drom's Bub ; v 

th Eparl to N In 120 ft 

toWln,DwightCtthS 

117 ftfthWparrtoNln 

318 ft th if to pt 200 3 
j. ft Sof N ln-8e 210 HW ; 
~of ITIiPlot~21thTW-4 ft— ^-4 

th N 78 ft th E;34Htith m 

N 125 ft to Ninth Eon 

N In 180 ft to POB pt 

lots 1 & 2 201580 

Charles F. Richards 2.8a 3 (390 
W. H Cumes (ex e 117 



ft of ipt^S <ttm :8t W 4«T 

sec In Sec. 8 ) 24.62 acres 4 10040 
George E. Borovicka tSB k 

117 ft of pt Sof E8e^W 
: Va sec In sec 8 1.19 a 
Standard Oil Co. Ely M 

ft Sly 128 ft t # 



4 13390 



5 13790 



S„ Lerner com at pt on 



12100 
7090 

480 

6190 



Win of ry 125 ft Nly 
of Nly In Rlhears sub 
th W alg N In Standard 
Oil Co., ppty 135 feet 
th Nly pari to sd By ■ ; 
row In 220 ft th E pari s . 
to N In sd Standard. Oil 

^ty 138 ft to sd ry row ; 
th Sly alg ad .iry.# 
row, In 220 ft to POP 2 34170 
Henry-JrReiitner-Wly-221 

ft :" **:!• 

Gertrude Dupre E 170 ft 6. 
William E. Hook (ex Ely r 

IJm ft) lot 7 

(Andrew Hansen Ely 231 
^f t lot 7 

Lillian G. Ackerman (Ex 

3a NW cor & 4.50 A SE 
. cor 8c ex Williams Bros. 

Subdn At Ex Craigs 

subdn 8c ex Morleys <Sc 

Webbs lots 8e ex 14.56 A 

to Warriners & ex st 

200 ft by 200 ft & st & 

ex 283D557 & ex 452D30) 8 206O 
Roy D. Williams com on S 

In sd lot 8 at pt 37 ft 

W of SW cor lot 139 sd- 

sub th Nly pari to Wly 

In sd lot 139 50 ft th W 

pari to S In sd lot 8 90 

ft th N 52° W 105.8 ft 

th W pari to S In sd lot 

8 to its intersn with W 

In of premises conveyed 

in doc 273253 th N alg 

W In sd premises to a 

pt wh is 214.8 ft N of 

§ In sd lot 8 th E 282.2 

ft MOL to NW cor sd lot 

139 th Sly alg Wly In 

sd lot 139 to a pt wh is 

117 ft due N of S In sd 

lot 139 th W pari to S In 

sd lot 8 37 ft th Sly pari 

to W In of lot 139 to 

POB part 8 280 

C. A. Wolf inbarger beg at 

SE cor lot 8 th Nly alg 

Wly In lot 139 67 ft th 

W pari to S In lot 8 

37 ft th Sly pari to W 

In sd lot 139 67 ft to S 

In lot 8 th E on S In 37 

ft to POB pt 8 140 

Lillian G. Ackerman com 

on S In sd lot 8 at pt 37 

ft W of SW cor. lot 139 

sd sub th Nly pari to 

Wly In sd lot 139 50 ft 

th W pari to S In sd lot 

8 90 ft th N 52° W 105.8 

ft th W pari to S In sd 

lot 8 60 ft MOL to W In 

of ppty descd in doc 

273253 th S on sd W In 

to S In sd lot 8 & E 

& W Va sec In of sec 8 

th E on sd S In to POB 

pt 8 280 

Robert J. Webb com at 

pnt of ints of SWly In 

of Windsor Dr with A 

In pari to & 28 ft Wly 

of E In lot 8 sd Co. 

elks sub sd pnt bng 23.28 

ft Nly of Wly extn of N 
1 In lot 17 of Williams 

Bros sub th N 34° 32' W 

alg sd SWly In of Win- 

sor Dr. 105 ft sd pnt be- 
ing 82.6 ft SEly of SE- 
ly cor lot 14 in Winsor 

Park sub th S 89° 35' W 

178.2 ft th S 145 ft th 

E 232 ft to a pnt on a 

In pari to & 28 ft Wly of 

E In sd lot 8 th N 5° 34' 

E alg sd pari In 60 ft to 

POB pt 8 20630 

William E. Hook com at 

intersn of SEly In of 

Winsor Dr with a In 

pari to 8c 28 ft Wly of E 

In lot 8 sd sub sd pnt 

being 23.28 ft Nly of 

Wly extn of N In of lot 

17 of Williams Bros. 

sub th Sly & pari to E 

In sd lot 8 188.32 ft to N, 

In lot 19 of Powles sub. 

th E on N In sd lot 19 28 

ft to E In sd lot 8 th N 

on E In sd lot 8 to SEly 

row In of sd Winsor Dr 

th NWly alg Sly In sd 

Winsor Dr to POB pt lot 8 140 
Harold R. Williams, com 

at pnt on N In sec 8 - 430 

ft E of NW cor thof th 

S 264 ft th E 200 ft th 

N 264 ft to N In sd sec 

th W on sd N In 200 ft 

to POB pt lot 8 47160 

August Bartz com at pnt 

on N In sec 8 330 ft E of 

NW cor thof th S 620 

ft the E 300 ft th N 356 

ft th W 200 ft th N 264 

ft to N In sd sec th W 

on sd N in 100 ft to POB 

pt lot 8 
Albert Herman 20a 
Albert Herman 40.12a 
W. H. Curnes .46 a 
W. H. Curnes .47 a 
W. H. Curnes 9.50 a 
Antioch Lumber & Coal 

Co (ex E 105 ft) 14 580 

E. R. Farrar that pt SWly 
of a In drawn from SW 
cor lot 23 to a pt in S 
line lot 15 - 713 ft E of 
SE cor lot 35 15 1240 

Antioch Lumber & Coal 
Co that pt Nly of a In 
drawn from SW cor lot 
23 to a pt in S line lot 
15 - 713 ft E of SE cor 
lot 35 & (ex that pt S of 
lots 22 & 23 15 10800 

Mrs. Stowe, lot 22 & that 
pt lot 15 lying S of lot 



Name' t Daicrfptfon ^ 
22 St N of land to TO. 
Rhodes Iota 15 8c 22 (ex 
E 60 ft) lot 22 r;0) 

Floyd Horton E 60 ft m 

Floyd ^W.f Horton ifex^W 
52.6 ft) lot 23 &th pilot 
15 lyg S of lot 23 & N of 
land belonging to T, G. 
Rhodes 

Floyd W. Horton, W 52.6 
ft measd on N In pt lot 

Addle : Zimmerman Nly 
-112 -ft Wly ^366 ft 

Olive Keulman S 24% ft 
W 190 ft 

William Keulman (ex Nly 
112 ft Wly 366 ft & ex 
S 24% ft W 190 ft) 

Raymond L. Wedd Adm 
N 25 ft W 150 ft ' 

Earl Hucker S 25 ft N 80 

ft W 160 ft 
Jos. Patrovsky N 22% ft 

W 18* ft S 58% ft 
Mary Somerville beg at pt 
in N In 150 ft E of NW 
cor th S pari to cen Fox 
Lake rd 30 ft th E pari 
to sd N In 31.8 ft th Sly 
pari to cen of rd 22.78 
f t th Wly pari to. N In 
. - 181.8 ft to cen of rd th 
; Sly alf cen sd rd to NW 
. cor lot 42 of sd sub th 
E alg N In lot 42 to NE 
cor thof th S alg Ely In 
-lot_42 to SE cor thof th 
E alg Ely- extn" of "S~lir 



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22 



7710 
12820 



7090 

23 I**** 

lfl |4W 
16 18840 



16 17080 

17 17080 
17 18320 
17 10780 



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i 




22140 
3860 



30940 
2760 



1210 



9 


1790 


10 


3660 


11 


140 


12 


140 


13 


500 



lot 42 to pt of ints sd hi 

with Ely In lot 44 of sd 

sub extd Nly th Nly alg 

sd Nly extn of E hi lot 

44 to N In lot 17 th W alg 

N In lot 17 to POB pt 17 28170 
Josephine Pacini beg at 

SE cor lot 43 sd sub th 

Ely alg Nly In lot 44 sd 
*sub to NE cor thof th N 

alg Nly extn of E In lot 

44 50.4 ft th Wly to NE 

cor Lot 43 th S to pob, pt 17 280 ■ 
Wm. A. Rosing beg at SE 

cor lot 44 sd sub th N alg 

E In sd lot 44 & sd In 

extd Nly to N In lot 17 

th Ely on N In lot 17 to 

NE cor th S on E In to 

SE cor th W on S In to 

POB part 17 1380 

Joseph Sheahan (exJS 65 

ft) y 24 

Floyd Horton E 65 ft 24 

Paul A. Erickson (ex W * 

12 ft) j 25 17880 

Paul A. Erickson W 12Jft 

lot 25 & E 44 ft / 28 1540 
Antioch Milling Co. W 33 

ft 26 910 

Antioch Milling Co. lot 27 

& com at pt on Fox Riv- 
er rd 210 ft AVa inches 

Nly from NWly cor lot 

30 th Ely at pt on E In 

lot 29 10 ft S of NE cor 

thof th N to NEly cor 

sd lot 29 th Wly alg Nly 

In sd lot 29 to cen of 

arch of bridge over Se- 

quoit Creek at Wly In 
of sd lot 29 th Sly alg 

Wly In sd lot 29 to POB 

pt 29 

Joseph S.heahan 28 

Elmer Rentner (ex strip 

10 ft wide N of & adj lot 

30 & ex Edgars land & 

ex Maplethores land) 

all N of extd S In lot 30 29 

James E. Maplcthorpe 

(ex strip 10 ft wide N of 

& adj lot 30 & ex War- 

riner's land) " all N of 

extd S In lot 30 & (ex 

Edgars land) 29 11690 

Frostec Sno. Co. (ex strip 

10 ft wide N of & adj 

lot 30 & ex Warriners 

land & ex Maplethorpes 

land) all N of extd S 

In lot 30 29 v 10930 

Elmer Rentner, lot 30 & pt 

lot 29 descd in (459D229 

& 459D230) 38640 

William Lemke lot 31 8c 

N 4 ft W 130.75 ft lot 32 17670 
Antioch Masonic Temple 

(ex N 4 ft of W 130.75 ft 

& pt to H. Q. Hardt) 32 15400 

S. B. Nelson beg at A pt 

on W In of lot 32 situat- 
ed 36.25 ft Nly of SW 

cor sd lot th Ely 130.75 

ft Nly 4 ft Ely 199.25 ft 

Nlv 26.75 ft Wly 199.25 

ft Sly 4 ft Wly 130.75 ft 

Sly to POB 32 

Ida M. Osmond 33 

Georgiana & Irving Carey 34 
Robert Taylor 35 

C. R. Keulman 36 

Addie Zimmerman ,... 37 
George Barovicka 38 

E. Morley Webb 39 

E. Morlev Webb, N 42.5 ft 

E 24.75 ft 40 280 

Mrs. Estella Bock (ex N 

42.5 ft E 24.75 ft) 40 

Addie Zimmerman 41 

Alb. E. Pedersen - Bak- 
ery 42 
Josephine Pacini 43 
Antioch Garage Inc. 44 
Ada L. Overton, ex pt lyg 

SWly of Sequoit Creek) 

also (ex com at pnt in 

cen In of Fox River rd 

95.4 ft SEly of NEly cor 

lot 45 sd sub th contg 

alg cen In sd rd to . E 

bank of Sequoit Creek 

th NWly alg E bank 

sd creek to pnt 105.6 ft 

S of N In sd lot 45 th E- 

ly 230.82 ft to POB) lot 45 6740 
Joseph E. Horton com at 

pnt in cen In Fox River 

rd 95.4 ft SEly of NEly 

cor lot 45 sd sub th 

contg alg cen In sd rd 

to E bank of Sequoit 

Creek th NWly alg E 

bank sd Creek to pnt 

105.6 ft S of N In sd lot 

45 th Ely 230.82 ft to 

POB lot 45 
Lillian G. Ackerman. (ex 

all Nly of Sequoit 

Creek) 45 

Ella A. Edgar 47 

Ella A. Edgar NVfe 48 

Betty & Chris Mortensen 

(ex the Wly 65 ft measd 

on N In of SVfe lot 48 to 

a pt which is 58 -ft E of 

W In measd on S In lot 
1 Simons sub) lot 49 & 

SYi lot 48 22410 



9180 
18570 
16780 
11690 
36990 
21040 
35850 
25440 



24890 
410 

23310 
16510 
43080 



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4200 

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Name Description Ass'd^al. 

Inrtng^^Jane Breakstone 
iW 05 ft measd on N In 

of S % of lot 48 to ^a 

,pt which is S3 ft; E of f 

W In measd on Stln of 
_ lot 1, Simons sub ; ^ 
Otto "A. VHanke» ,? Jr. r 
James Herman (ex lot 60) 

com at SW cor Hot -7 

Simons add th Wly alg 

the cen of Orchard St. 
:219.S3-?ft th N>8°,40^E 

ale st. 620 ft to N In th 

^i.^TN In 92.20 ft-th.'S 



49 
50' 



280 
8880 



\ 




, 44^B--lli:4 ft th S 14° ■ ?;: 

"■ W 148.9 ft th S 3" 80' / 
W 377.4 ft to POBtpt -.:■ ■ v- 
tot SI- 14440 

Dr.. A.N. Bcrke (ex W 60 ^' xt 
ft) 150' x 150 ft in SE - . j-W 
cor lying W of lot 52_ 61. ^1240 

Howard Gaston W 00 ft m. : M 

- : of 150 x ISO ft in SE cor 
lying W of lot 52 51 

Dr. A. NrBcrke^ m. 52 

R. G. Holtz pt lot 53 daf ^ 
com at SWly cor lot 56 
sd sub th SWly algSly 
In lot 58 prod 60 ft th ' 
SlytoptonNly In lot'58 , 

-17^-f t-Ely_f r_NK corsd 



8100" 

12310 



470 



8720 

6810| 
4340, 

: -, i 

7080 
11210 

12100 

2550 

12370 

8570 

280 



88 . 3090 



140 



) lot th'NEly;alg NlyHrl ~ , 
' to SWly cor lot 57 th N- 

ly alg W In lot 57 to . 

POB pt 53 280 

Wm. Keulman Jr. pt descd 

in 563151 53 21320 

Village of Antioch com at 

SW cor lot 8 of Simon's 

add to Antioch th N 79° 

15'. E alg Sly-hvof sd 
=^=-Sim-add=3l6.8-ftito-SE 

cor lot 11 sd addn th Sly 
' alg extn of E In sd lot 

11 29.0 ft th N85° 40' E 

to W In of lands convd 

by doc 606418 th S alg ■ 

sd W In 105.8 ft to S In 

lot 53 County Clerk's 

sub th W on S In. sd lot 

to SW cor thof th N to 

POB pt lot 53 2010 

Mrs. A. Fields at int S In 

lot 53 & E In of land 

convyd by doc 086418 

th Nly alg sd E In to its 

intsn with Sly In of lot 

56 extd Wly th Ely alg 

Sly In lot 56 extd to pt 

60 ft Wly of SW cor lot 

56 th Sly to NW cor lot 

58 th Sly alg E In lot 53 

to SE cor thof th Wly 

alg Sly In lot 53 to POB 

pt lot 53 
Loyal Order of Moose 525 

lot 54 also th pt lot 55 

lyg Nly of a In th extds 

Wly fr NEly cor sd lot 

to pnt on Wly In sd lot 

5.3 ft Sly of NWly cor 

thof 
A. Harold Olson (ex pt 

lyg Nly of a In th extds 

Wly fr NEly cor sd lot 

to pnt on Wly In sd lot 

5.3 ft Sly to NW cor 

thof) 55 

Irving Elms 50 

R. G. Holtz (ex S 25 f t E 

140.9 ft) 57 12380 

Anna Howard S 25 ft E 

140.9 ft 57 11550 

Williams Bros., S 60 ft 58 47440 
Antoinette Fields, pt desc 

doe 551043 58 30190 

Herman Radtke N 18% ft 59 0740 
. Donald Gibbs (ex N 18% 

ft & ex S 35% ft) 59 17050 

H. J. Brogan (ex Wly 20 

ft) S 35.5 ft 50 

Robert J. Wilton 60 

Mrs. Charles Watson 01 

, Claude Brogan Est., by 
• / Mabel Brogan 62 22850 

i C. Brook & W. E. Schroe- 

der (ex N 30 ft) 63 

State Bank N 30 ft 63 

Gertrude Brook & Frank 

& Rose Kennedy 64 

Mabel Brogan E 10 ft 65 

Joseph Cosgrove (ex E 

10 ft ) 65 

Dorothy Marie Anderson 
(ex N 42 ft 6') W 26 it 
lot 59 & all lots 66 & 67 
Stanley & D.M. Anderson 68 



iName^ i; Description ^ Aw'd Val, 

Ella M. Gilmer S 56% ft 
N 228 ft^ I 82 

June Soncek & E. N. Gil- 
mer IS 56% ft N 282 % 
3t :;-H •■-* ••£-- y82 

John J. Harrison, Jr„ <S:. 
66;5 it N 169.5 ft 82 

Mrs. Marian Rigby S 113 ft 82 

William Hattendorf N 56.5 
ft S 282.5 ft : ^82 

Geo. H Falaskc S 60;5 it 
m 113 ft S :282.5 it ^82 

Louis^J. Pirson- <ex N 50 

ft) N 113 ft 82 

Arland Clark N 50.5 it S 

169.6 ft 82 

Gordon A; Volling .78 a 83 
Dudley Kennedy .50 a 85 
J.Robt fc Hellen M. Gary 

196 acre :,n 86 

Alfred Rambow com at 

NE cor lot 1 blk 2 Johi 
vonotts add th Sly & part 

with E line sd lot 144 ft 
: Ely 60 it Nly and pari 

with E line sd lot 144 it 
^Wly to P.OB, descd in 

244D197 
Wm. C. & Sophie Edwards 

com at a pt 66 ft E of SE . 

cor lot 1 blk 1 Davis 

add th Ely on extd S 

line sd lot 1-84 ft th Nly 

& pari with W C Ry 189 .". 
— ft-th-Wly &.parl with N__ 

line sd lot 1 - 73 it th 
Syl 189 ft to P. O. B. desc'd 

in 234 D 100 88 

Harold S. Nelson com at a 

pt 66 ft E of NE cor lot 

1 blk 2 Johonbtts add th 

E 59 ft th S & pari with ■ 

W C Ry 138 ft th W 72 

ft th N 138 ft to pob 
J. Robt. & Helen M. Cary 

all N of Park* Ave, & W 

of RR 
William A. Rosing 
Harrell Lasco 
James L. Waters 
A. L. Feyerabend 
Corwin Bennett 
Geo. B. Bartlett lots 97 & 

98 
Sheridan E. Burnette 99 
Lester E. Harms 3.76 a 100 
Thos, S. Bulger Tr. 101 

Thos. S. Bulger Tr. W 



Name' Description 
= 435.38 ftialg^a In wh 
forms anvincld angle 
with above 'descd In 
of 84* 8' ith NEly 282 • 
it to pnt on E In sd 
lot 543 ft S of POB th 
N643 ft to FOB) 11.95 
-acs pt 
Julius^R Dontpke 12iI6 
■ ia,- : ' :: . : ."" ~ """. m 
Mrs. Eva Wilton Turnock 
(ex N 225.6Sft E 380.4 



Aw'dVal. 



Name D«c»lplion 

Eidridge J, Lutterman 
Do 



135 ; 1650 
138 550 




137 
138 



5990 



88 4060 



88 
89 
90 
93 
95 
06 



7930 
37810 
11050 
4880 
1360 
6320 

13680 

7840 

690 

2040 



ft) 

Addie Zimmerman beg 
at NE cor W 178.8 ft 
SEly 00 ft E 94 ft'NE* 
ly 8l;7 it to rd NWly 
42 it^toibeg ; 

Blanche E. Kiefer (ex 
NlyiOO ft Ely 178.8 ft) 
N 225.5 it E 380.4 it 

Nelson B. Place 

Roy D. & Frances Wil- 
liams (ex S 67 ft) 8e 
<Ex S 117 ft) ^.^139 

C. A. Wolfinbarger, E 
37 ft N 50 ft S 117 
It lot 8 also N 86 it 
S 117 ft lot 
Do S 67 it 

Richrd Whitacre pt lot 
8 descd (452D36) & 

- all lot 140 (1 a) 

BLOCK A 



137 21320 



Asj'dVa! [Name 
1140 



7 
8 



1140 



130 
139 



5000 



;7610 

280 



0420 



1030 

6880 



7080 



John Ef finger Jr, & Mil- 
dred Effinger lots 8t 10 14300 
BLOCK 3 

George Wagner ;k ' 1 10880 

Mrs.LV.iSitler - I - ^2 OJ042O; 

Peter J. Matteoni W ' ^3 6330 

George W. Bartlett|<ex S : 

^49.4 ft) 2l # 4 640 

DoS 19.4 ft lot *&all~8 -0490 

HENNING'S SUBDN. ^ 

C. E. &1S. Henningsi ?1 12240 
Do 2 680 

Do ^ r 3 410 

"-Do ? . 4 410 

Do '6 ?10180 

Do i6 ^830 

Do ♦ 7 14030 

KDo 4 8 ti6780 

Do - ^ " -9 18780 

Do .■■ p 10 8920 

Do A ; 280 

JENSENS SUB OP PART OF LOT 
123 COUNTY CLERKS SVBDN. 



Helen Boiler 
Robert E. Mann 
• Do 

Elizabeth Elkerton ! 
Richard E. Gruner 
Do 



1 

% 

3 

4 

5" 

6 



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1380 
11010 
11010 
12060 
17880 



8050 

3370 
0280 
8950 



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20080 



14650 
25580 



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17500 
11350 
13800 



9350 
47780 

12520 
410 

9420 



Raymond Taft 7b 

Lillian Musch 71 

Norman & Ruth Jedele 72 

Earle J. Arthur 73 

Onno Haak 74 

Eric A. Hohnwold 75 

Fred A. May E 99 ft 76 

Geo. L. Bacon W 55 ft E 

154 ft 76 



06090 
3440 
17890 
6120 
9220 
10040 
14990 
11960 
11550 

9550 



1170 

140 

1730 



5080 



140 

280 

2820 

140 



15260 
6400 
0970 
13340 
12580 
6040 
9070 
9760 

7630 



Victor Bown. (ex E 154 ft 



76 
77 
78 



& ex W 55 ft) 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Chinn 
W 55 ft. 

Fanny L. Yates 

Mrs. C. Westlake 

Edward A. & Florence 
Knickelbein 

Jos. Labdon. E 50 ft S 
268.62 ft 

Elmer Brook W 70 ft E 115 
ft S 238.82 ft 80 

Illinois Boll Telephone com 
at NW cor th E alg N 
In to pt 170 ft W of NE 
cor th S pari to E In to 
pt on S In 170 ft W of 
SE cor th W on S In & 
alg N In lots 76 77 78 & 

79 & sd N In extd to pt 
50 ft W of NW cor lot 79 
th S 30 ft th W pari to S 
In 125 ft th N pari to W 
In lot 79 for a dis of 30 
ft th W pari to S In lot 

80 to W In lot 80 th N to 
POB pt 

Earle L. Crawford th pt of 
lot 80 desc as foil beg at 
pt in cen of Channel 
Lake rd 120 ft W of SE 
cor sd lot th N pari with 
W In lot 79 238.6 ft th 
W 55 ft th S 238.62 ft 
to cen sd rd & th E 55 
ft to POB 80 

Illinois Bell Telephone Co. 
W 100 ft E 275 ft S 
228.62 ft 

Village of Antioch (ex N 
150 ft E 100 ft) E 170 ft 
(measd alg N & S Ins 
lot 80) pt 

Illinois Bell Telephone th 
pt lot 80 lyg S of N In 
lot 79 extd Wly (ex E 
175 ft thof) & (ex W 100 
ft E 275 ft S 228.62 ft) 
Pt 

Harold S. Nelson & Harry 
L. Nelson E 100 ft N 
150 ft 



56.75 ft of lots 102 & 103 
Do (ex W 56.75 ft) lot 
102 also (ex W 56.75 ft) 
&c (ex E 33 ft) lot 103 

Do E 33 ft 103 

Fred Swanson 104 

Frederick L. Stahmer S 8 
ft lot 104 also (ex pt lyg 
N of A In 9 ft N of S In 
lot 104 extd Ely) lot 105 

F. B. Swanson pt lyg N of 
a In 9 ft N of S In lot 
104 extd Ely lot 105 

Deborah Van Patten & L. 

R. Van Patten N 132 ft 106 
Melvin Stillson S 204 ft 106 
Myrus J.* Nelson .18 a N% 107 
H. E. & Eliz. Shepard S 

66 ft lot 107 & all lot 108 

.23 a 
Geo. Bacon 109 

Frank H. Willett 110 

J. E. Brook 111 

Mary Pederson 112 

Nelson B. Place 113 

Walter & Ruth Scott 114 
Joe & Mary Shehan 1175 
Mrs. Ardis Grimm Anzin- 

ger 116 

Bernard Naber (ex pt 

descd in 235D 40), & 

(ex N 16 rds & ex 

Nabers sub & ex 1 ac 

to cem) & (ex B. F. 

Nabers 3rd sub) 2.47 a 117 340 

Edith O. Hansen S 60 it 

N 16 rds 117 2480 

Edw. Dekant (ex S 60 

ft) N 16 rds 117 9290 

Lester & Helen Osmond 

(ex pt lyg N of Rte 

173) * 119 67320 

Helen E. Lewin - Mary 

E. Nevitt 8c Joanne 

G. Osmond (ex Rte 

59) pt lyg N oi Rte 
173 119 760 

C. W. & Lily Y. Jensen 

3.63 a 122 500 

Do (ex Jensens sub) 
3.00 a 123 11280 

Julia Wilton (ex E 120 

ft) 127 6070 

Trs. of Schools, c/o Bd. of 
Ed., Ant. Township. 
High School. Ely 120 
ft lots 127 & 128 & Ely 
120 ft Nly 41 ft 129 

Do (ex Ely 120 ft) 128 

Edward L. Kaminski 
c/o 1st Com. Bank, 
(ex Ely 120 ft) Nly 41 
ft 
David S. Arthur (ex N 

41 ft) 
Geo. R. & Gladys L. 

Clarke, (ex E 74 ft) 
Geo. R. & G. L. Clarke 

E 74 ft 
Edward C. Jacobs (ex 

W 60 ft) 132 

George Good W 60 ft 132 

Bernard Naber (ex N 

150 ft lyg Ely of & 

adj Ely row In Rte 

173) also (ex com at a 

pnt 60 ft E of NW cor 

sd lot th S 188.85 ft 

th E 512.06 ft to Wly 

row In Rte 173 th 

NYly alg sd row In to 

N In sd lot th W alg 

sd N In 401.8 ft to POB 133 410 

Fred S. Yates E 100 ft 

N 150 ft 133 8190 

Antioch Lodge No. 525 

80 8190 beg at pt on N In 

341.25 ft E of NW cor 

th E on N In 120.55 ft 

to Wly row In of Rt 

173 th SEly alg sd row 

In 218.7 ft th W pari 

to N In 230.8 ft th N 

188.25 ft to POB .78 

a pt 133 1100 

10870 Lester & Helen Osmond 

N 188.85 ft E 281.25 
ft W 341.25 ft 1.21 a 133 1100 
80 3850 Richard B. Seyfarth (ex 
E 100 ft) N 150 ft 
lyg Ely of & adj Ely 
row In of Rte 173 pt 133 10040 
1050 Commonwealth Edison 

Co. N 200 ft 0.54 acs 134 330 
C. E. Hennings (ex N 

200 ft) 0.10 acs 134 140 

Julius E. Dompke com 

at NE cor sd lot th 

80 2060 W on N In thof 489.15 

ft to cen In pub hwy 

th SWly alg cen In sd 

810 hwy 476.8 ft th SEly 



2 


7150 


3 


730 


4 


3990 


5 


825Q 


6 


360 


6 


360 


7 


7150 


8 


9010 


9 


11700 


10 


7700 


11 


7700 


12 


730 


13 


730 


14 


730 


15 


10180 



70 10210 



0360 

1100 
9350 



79 25850 

80 7360 



10310 



1440 
4540 



129 6600 

129 5500 

131 6950 

131 1020 



Roy L. Murrie 1 7500 

Rugs Barnstable 2 7560 

John R. Larson 3 7580 

Walter H. & Jen. Baethke 4 7500 

G. W, Christensen 5 1380 

Richard & Endean 6 7500 

Ben F. Miller 7 7500 
Walter Scott (ex W 70 ft) 

lots, 8-0 & 10 
Walter & Ruth A. Scott 
- W 70 ft lots 8-9 & 10 

Antoinette Fields 11 

Edward Sorenson 12- 

Lars Steffenburg 13- 10040 

David H. Nissen 14 12310 

BLOCK B 

Russell Keulman 1 3160 

R. G. Holtz 2 6740 

Edmund Vos ' 3 1360 

Do 4 21170 

Do - 5 1360 

Anna K. Roeschlein 9560 

Do 7 730 

Do 8 730 

Do * 9 730 

Do . 10 730 

James McMillen 11 15200 

H. R. Williams 12 11000 

BLOCK C 

Gus & Dorothy Mantis 

Antoinette Fields 

Arthur & Laura Swanson 

Barbara A. Kufolk 

Frank C. Spanggard NVfe 

Barbara A. Kufolk S% 

Frank C. Spanggard 

Elmo Edwards 

Meta C. Jost 

Antioch Methodist Church 

Parsonage 
Emil Risch 
Do 
Do 
Earl Horton 
Do 

DAVIS ADDN. TO ANTIOCH 
BLOCK 1 
Nick Kantos E 05 it oi lot 

1 1 5910 

Ralph W. & Lottie Fields 
ex E 05 ft oi lot 1 & all 
lot 2 
Clarence Crowley 
Richard Folbrick 
Anton & S. Bishofberger 
Belle Hughes 
Do E 30 ft 
Wm. R. Gray (ex E 30 it) 
: lot 7 & (ex W 45 ft) lot 8 
Andrew DeBoer W 45 it 
Joseph E. Savage 
Carl F. or B. Reisser 
Alice E. Smith 
Dr. W. A. Biron 
St. Ignatius Church 

BLOCK 2 
Joseph E. Savage 
Joseph E. Savage 
W. A. Rosing 
Lee Strang 
Louis N. Schaefcr 
Frank Dibble 
C. F. Richards Sly 100 ft 
(ex E 300 ft measd alg 
S In thof & at R.A. there- 
to) 3 7570 
L. R. Van Patten Jr. Sly 
100 ft ( ex E 300 it) 
measd alg S In thof & 
at R. A. thereto) 3 8590 
James Stearns N 60 it W 

185 ft 3 9280 

Albert A. & Eleanor Smith 

(ex N 60 ft) W 185 ft 3 10930 

WALLACE E. DROM'S SUBDN. 

Roy & Leah Burdick 1 550 

Leah Burdick 2 3160 

Roy Burdick 3 1100 

Donald E. Hills 4 5360 

N. P. Drom 5 550 

Do 6 5300 

Do ' 7 340 

Chris. & Anna L. Nielsen 8 340 

6050 Do 9 280 

7980 Charles F. Richards 10 280 

H. W. Horton & R. M. 

Horton 11 6050 

Sadie Kravitz 12 6050 

Peter J. Buretta, lot 13 

& N 18 ft 
Sadie Kravitz (ex N 18 

ft) 14 6180 



LAURSENS RE9UBDN. 

A. X & L. V. Laursen 1 17400 

Do 2 t. 700 

_Do_ _ 1, „ ^_3 860 



-;. f3\ ,• 



Do c 

Do < 
Robert H. Ellis 
A. J. & L. V. Laursen 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



4 

= 6 



7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 



060 

690 

.690 

620 

10310 

10860 

10180 

830 

830 

760 

10110 



• NABERS SUBDN. 

BLOCK 1 

H. J. Brogan • 1 

Robert O. Liess 2 

Harry Miller 3 

W. C. Petty , 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Mrs. Bertha Bishop 7 

Bernard Naber ' 8 

Kenneth & V. Mortensen 9 

Warren Stanton 10 

BLOCK 2 

E. G. Carney 1 

Edgar R. Pratt Jr. 2 
Walter I. & Georgia M. 

Dibble 3- 5840 
Constance J. & Frank 

Feiler 4 

Robert R. Callaway 5 

Albert E. Kumpfer Jr. 6 

Melvin Stillson 7 

Vern Barnstable 8 

Do 9 

Edward Frazier 10 

Rudy Karsten. 11 

Gustaf Bowman 12 



9490 

6100 

6190 

830 

11580 

830 

5640 

5840 

6580 

5700 

0010 
5040 



5640 
5040 
5640 
11580 
6470 
830 
0330 
8390 
8120 



. Deierlpllon 
iDoi 

Do 
^Do^ 

Do^ 

Do^ 

Do 
SDo 

Clara Bork 
Crown Realty, Go. 
CarliKellen^ 
Crown -Realty Co.- 
ClarenceLlnd 
Mrs. Helen Keren 
Louis Kolecyek 
Crown Realty Co. 
: Do v.- ^ ■:■-■'■'" 

Do 

Do^ 
William Ott 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do ' . 

|Do 

George Woltek 
John Buckley 
Crown Realty Co; ^ 
Crown Realty Co. =K-' : 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Joseph Prldle 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Burton Zipperer 
Curtis May : 
Sam Lombard© 
Grown Realty Co.— 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 2 
Crown Realty Go. 

Do 

Do 
Stanley J. Fabish 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
- Do 

Edw. & Thomas Kujawa 
Crown Realty Co, 
Walter Ploetz 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
Vladimir & Eliz. Konecek 14 



Ais'dVal. 



B. F. NABER'S 3RD SUB. 



1 
2 
3 



3440 
8220 
6850 



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22 

•^23 

^24 
25 
20 
27 
28 
20 
30- 
31 
32 
;33 
34 
38 
30 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 

43 . 
44 

45 
40 

47 
48 
49 
SO 
51 
82 
03 
54 
55 
.50- 
57 
58 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5- 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 



2 


6400 


3 


5090 


4 


7290 


5 


•7710 


6 


5370 


7 


1100 


8 


7700 


8 


5090 


9 


7020 


10 


11830 


11 


4000 


12 


10000 


13 


3240 


1 


12110 


2 


6476 


3 


13020 


4 


13020 


5 


0000 


6 


8800 



9600 
5500 

5900 
7970 
0800 
6800 

610 
2570 

550 
1710 
7210 
0810 
8870 
6810 
6800 
8190 
7020 

8460 

7910 

550 



410 
410 

9210 

410 
0190 



80 



GRICE'S SUBDN. 

First National Bank 1 

Fred A. May 2 

Rudolph & Flor. Eckert 3 
Amiel Feyerabend 4 

Fred B. Swanson 5 

Do lots 6 & 7 

C. L. HARDEN'S ADDN. 
BLOCK 1 
Arthur L. Dalziel 1 

Raymond L. Webb Adm. 2 
John & Josephine Pacini 3 
McAlister Irving (ex strip 

4 f t N end running to S 

line on W side * 4 

L. E. Harms strip 4 f t N 

end running to S line 

on W side lot 4 & all lot 5 
Roy I. Kufalk 6 

Charles J. Cermak, Jr. E 

06 ft lots 7-8 & 9 
Oscar A. & H. B. Ennis 

W 66 ft E 132 ft lots 7-8 

& 9 
Lloyd E. & Louise Murrie 

(ex E 132 ft) lots 7-8 & 9 
BLOCK 2 
Lillian G. Stott 1 

Lee Strang 2 

Mrs. Andrew Dalgaard 3 

Blanche E. Kiefer 4 

E. Hunter 5 

Do 6 



Fred B, Swanson 

Do N 
F. A. Davis 
Elmer Baetlke lot 4 & E 

10 ft 5 10590 

Charles Seitz (ex E 10 ft) 5 0740 
Jimmy Quedenfeld 6 8910 

Frank Spanggard 7 5090 

Laurel Van Patten lot 8 & 

E 5 ft 9 10460 

Donald & Jean Masopust 

(ex E 5 it) 9 8940 

Russell K. Luedtke (ex E 

25 ft) 10 7560 

Louis Tanner E 25 ft lot 

10 & all 
Robert H. Hess N 100 it 
Mrs. Frances C. Von Horn 

(Ex N 100 ft) 
Warren Polley 
Casimer Schultz 
Floyd A. Davis Jr. 
Frederick Stahmer 
Clarence & Vera Malr 
John Shoblom 
Emil F. Hallwas 

Do 
Lester & Helen Osmond 
Richard Stroner 
Emil F. Hallwas 
Herbert J. Sturm 
Emma K. Roblin 
Ward Kiehl 

Hazel & Markholm Nel- 
son 
Jos. W & Sabina Koss 
Bernard F. Naber 

B. F. NABER ft HELEN L. 
OSMOND SUB. 

Harold C. Young 

Do 
Arthur R. & N. J. Meier- 
dirk Jr. 
B. F. Naber - H. L. Os- 
mond & L. J. Osmond 
Clifford Laursen 
B. F. Naber & H. L. Os- 
mond & L. J. Osmond 410 
Do 7 410 

Do 8 410 

Do 9 410 

Robert Hunt 10 090 

Do 11 9220 

Do 12 1520 

William Mongan 13 9770 

Leonard D. Roblin 14 8390 

Ernest Westlund 15 8870 

Richard O. Burnette 10 .8670 

Walter Delaney (ex N 114 

ft) 
Rueter & Johnson (ex S 

117 ft) 17 

Harry Greenlee 18 

William New 19 

43590 Louis Miller 20 

15820 Donald A Gaa 21 

18570 Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy 22 
26410 Rose Kennedy 23 

11550 Jon Sterbenz 24 

24340 Do 25 

William & Mary Ernst 28 
B. F. Naber & H. L. Os- 
mond & L. J. Osmond 27 
Do 17.55 acs B 

OAK WOOD KNOLLS UNIT 1 
BLOCK 1 
Crown Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Albert Trebari 
Crown Realty Co. 
Do.. 
Do 
Do 
John Ukropean 
Lewis Bicrdick 
Crown Realty Co. 
Eva B. Gaylord 
Crown Realty Co. 
Do 
10110 George Wiederhold 
7700 Crown Realty Co. 
7020 Do 
6530 Do 
9690 Do 
1140 Do 



14 10730 



9830 

9830 

10500 



7770 



7910 
6260 

8660 



5500 
6600 



11 
12 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 

29 



1 

2 



17 11280 

17 9780 

18 8530 

19 8320 

20 9350 

21 7980 

22 7980 

23 11420 

24 090 

25 090 
5370 



090 
2419 



Crown Realty Co, 

Do 
Mrs. Albie Slavlcek 

BLOCK 3 

Crown Realty Co. 
Dean Davidson 
Carmen J. Rossi 
Anthony Rossi 
Michael & Rose Slazak, 
Henry ,J. Rentner 
Crown Realty Co. 
Charles Okar 
Crown Realty Co. 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Ralph Jcnson 
Crown Realty Co. 
Sophie Klemz 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
James Leksich 
Emil Ehnert 
Angeline Biel 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Eugene Kanitz 
Crown Realty Co. 
Crown Realty Co. 
Floyd Garrison 
Crown Realty Co. 
Leo Cushing 

Do • 
John Campbell 
Crown Realty Co. 
F. Walter Smith 
Joseph J. Ligenza 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Joseph Matusek 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Stanley Szymanskl 
John J. Hansen 
Robert Huebner 
Donald Hanson 
Nellie Reid 
Carmen Santore 

BLOCK 4 

Leopold A. Bogaerts 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Orville Jahn 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
Paul Golsti 
Crown Realty Co. 
Elmer Moeller 



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10 

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20 

21 



24 
25 

26 
27 
28 
20 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
38 
37 
38 
39 
40 



3600 

1090 

600 

6740 

890 

6470 

690 

890 

090 

^090 

^090 

7020 

1030 

690! 

090 

3090 

.690 

^090 

690 

' 830 

3090 

690 

096 

090 

8120 

8330 

600 

690 

690 

090 

090 

000 

090 

0920 

6740 

.690 

690 

690 

700 
5920 
090 
090 
090 
090 
090 
690 
760 
8320 
690 
690 
690 
690 
5920 
690 
830 



Description 
Crowd Realty Co, 

mo -■ ■ - ' .: . 

• JOo'i"-.^ , 
Henry J.Srch 

p-m^m BLOCK 5 
Grown Realty aCo. 
Benjamin Murfllnger 
Adolph Lassen 
Robert Bolton 
James O'Hara 
L.sB.^HansenH;- ..__.;. 
Mathilda H. Luketin 

Do 
CrowhlReaUyiCo. 

Fred Schoenfeld 
Crown Realty Co. 

John Kindade 
Florence Bobruk 
Mrs. Florence Weber 
Joseph J. Zalewskl ' \ 
BLOCK 

Chester -Link 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
William B. Colohan 
Crown Realty Co. 

Roy W. Nelson 
Crown Realty Co 
Joseph Sargus 



Ais'dVal. 



Casimer Kuds 
..;,. Do ...._ .^,-.,_. r ... 

Grown Realty Co. 

Do.. 
CristaH Schultz 
Crown Realty Co. 
Ray Barber 
Clarence Crowley 
Crown Realty Co. 



13 



14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



6190 

6330 

690 

000 

090 

7430 

7020 

090 

7020 

690 

6860 

690 

690 

690 

4020 

600 

6880 

0010 

760 

760 

760 

780 

760 

760 

760 

0400 

7220 

690 

0000 

760 

760 

6460 

6400 

700 

0400 

760 

090 

690 

690 

8740 

7700 

690 

690 

690 

690 

7430 

090 

7020 

7020 

690 

690 



Clarence W. Knippenberg 21 

John Sonnenberg 22 

Crown Realty Co. 23 

._.Dc ' . 24 

Joseph Weiss 29 

Crown Realty Co. 28 

Thomas Moran 27 

Crown Realty Co. .28 

John Stec 29 

Do 30 

Patrick J. Crotty 31 

Crown Realty Co. 32 

Robert Weeder 33 

Leo & Bessie Schmid 34 

Carroll Martinson 35 

Crown Realty Co. 30 

Do * 37 

Harold Jeske 38 

Maroll Burke 39 

Crown Realty Co. 40 

Charles Healy 41 

James Thomas 42 

Henry Sievers 43 

Norman Garippo 44 

Henry F. Siavers 45 

Victor J. Moscinski 46 

Steve Kuffel et al 47 

Gus Hertle 48 

Crown Realty Co. 49 

August Burian 60 

Raymond Wisniewskl 51 

Crown Realty Co. 52 

Do 53 

Do 54 

Do 55 

Do 56 



760 

rm 

760 

830 

830^ 

7430. 

7434 

8870 

6330 

■890 
000 

0330 
690 
830 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 

\;890; 

7220 
760 
760 
760 
J760' 
760 
760 

7090 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 

8990 
760 

5990 

5440 
760 
700 

7100 
830 
830 

6330 



6740 

830 

830 

830 

830 

980 

6810 

760 

880 

830 

600 

0530 

4820 

4820 

090 

000 

4820 

600 

690 

800 

6190 

6600 

6470 

6330 

6330 

690 

890 

760 

700 

7090 

7090 
7370 
7090 
760 
760 
7220 



1 


960 


2 


960 


3 


960 


4 


7290 


5 


960 


6 


8940 


7 


7290 


8 


7770 


9 


7700 


10 


960 



1 


0670 


2 


690 


3 


830 


4 


7080 


■6* 


830 


6 


830 


7 


830 


8 


830 


9 


830 


10 


6880 


11 


830 


12 


8810 


13 


830 


14 


690 


15 


690 


16 


690 


17 


690 


18 


690 


19 


690 


20 


690 



Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Walter Zientek 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
John Neri 
Crown Realty Co. 
Gilbert J. Sheperis 
Crown Realty Co. 
W. F. Gilbert Jr. 
Poul Nystrom 
Crown Realty Co. 
W.m. James Johnston 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

M-Sgt Philip Mooney 
John Cillo 

Frank & Mary L. Apple- 
bey 
Donald R. Paulsen 
Esther Swanson 
Crown Realty Co. 
John R. Rohde 
Crown Realty Co. 
Adelee R. Lutz 
Charles Zedro 
Ethel & Fred Wood Jr. 
Jeanette Mainiero 
Crown Realty Co. 
Joseph Lampeitl 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
George Stillwell 
Henry Cory 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Fredrich Haeusl 
John Roach 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Morris Anderson 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Hugo A & Anna M. 

Anderson 
Wm. J. & Louise Worst 



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13 
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50 

57 

58 
59 



Harry R. Mlskanis 67 

Alex Bazur 58 

Crown Realty Co. 89 

Do 60 

Do 61 

Paul Prodan 62 

BLOCK 8 
Crown Realty Co. 
Frank Silanskis 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
George Ptack 
Wm. Ebersberger et al 
Theodore Ohlund 
Joseph Stocko 
Crown Realty Co. 

BLOCK 9 

Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
Daniel Bucur 
Lisle & Elvera Pierce 
Crown Realty Co. 
Donald Treleaven 
William F. Rodman 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Walter Lindemann 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 10 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Walter C. Wood rich 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 11 

Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
P. L. Saviano 
Elmer L. Linden 
Crown Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Stanley Szpyrka 

OAKWOOD KNOLLS UNIT 3 
BLOCK 12 
Crown Realty Co. 
John Seidelmann 
Crown Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Fred W. Peterson 

Do 
Crown Realty Co. 
8250 Do 
760 Sophie Wickersheim 
760 Edward Stryjewski 
7.60 crown Realty Co. 

760 Do 

US Do 
760 Do 

760 SS 

760 Do 

6810 Do 

700 D o 

760 Do 

7040 do 

9010 Do 

760 BLOCK 13 

760 Crown Realty Co. 1 

760 Do 2 

7090 oiga Lasmussen 3 

760 Crown Realty Co.* 4 

760 Do 5 

760 Do 6 

760 Do 7 

760 Do 8 

760 Do 9 

7360 Do 10 
Do II 
Do 12 



7220 
700 
760 

5090 
760 
760 
760 

7090 
700 

7090 
700 
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If students at Antioch High School + 
this week, saw Coach Larry Leon 
going around ducking under ladders, 
deliberately making block cats walk 
in front of him and constantly spill- 
ing salt at lunch, there was a reason 
for it. . ■ ■ * ; 

He's trying to beat jinxes. . : 

That's what he'll be trying to do 
tomorrow night in the. gymnasium 
as his Sequoit basketball team opens 
its' home cage season against Dun- 
dee's Cardunata. 

In tfie last, three years, Leon says, 
the Dundee squad Has managed to 
pull close games out of the fire and 
go on to win. 

"It definitely is our jinx team," 
the coach laments. 

This year Leon will have a team 
of eager but inexperienced cagers 
facing a team with two real good 
returnees. But Antioch's five has 
the benefit of a game this year, last 
week's losing effort at Libertyville,. 
while the Card una Is will be open- 
ing their season. 

Coach Leon hopes a year makes a 
lot of difference for both clubs. 

"I haven't had a chance to scout 
the Dundee team," Leon said but 
he knows the talents of Coach Gene 
DeLacui who has led the invaders 
for many years. He stresses shoot- 
ing and his clubs always have been 
top scorers.* This week the Sequoits 
have been practicing defense and 
trying to improve their all-important 
rebounding abilities. 

In top form will be Don Fyles who 
proved to be a good scorer in his 
own right last week with 20 points 
at Libertyville. ■ The scoring ace also 
showed he is a good defenseman in 
guarding well the Wildcats' Bill 
Johns. His assignment probably will 
be George Struck or Ned Rolston, 
only veterans of the Cardunal club. 

Gametime is 7 p. ml in the Anti- 
och gym with a preliminary -be- 
tween the frosh-soph teams of the 
two schools. Varsity action begins 
20 minutes after the opening tilt 



BOWLING 




When Bucks Don't Get 
A Buck, Willett Will 

The bucks didn't get a buck . . . 
or a doe or anything. 

But Bill Willett of Antioch did 
get a 6-pblnt buck at Grivetts, Wis. 
The Bucks (Dave and Bruno of 
Loon Lake) could not score on the 
same trip. 



The Pilgrims at the first Thanks- 
giving probably thought such a 
celebration would be a new experi- 
ence for their ninety Indian guests. 
However, according to research ex- 
perts with The World Book Ency- 
clopedia, many Indian tribes along 
the' eastern seaboard celebrated a 
harvest festival called the "Green 
corn dance. * 



The press of me Republic of India 
includes 6,570 different newspapers 
and periodicals. Eighty-one of the 
country's 476 newspapers are print- 
ed in English. 



Wednesday Nlte Businessmen 
November 5 

George's Bar had High team series 
with games of 914-804-790—2598. 

Bob Bartz was high individual 
scorer, with games of 185-200-222— 
607 total, closely followed by Val 
Nicpon, who bowled games of 186- 
226-193 for a total of 605. 

McHenry Ready-Mix won two 
games from Bill's Service. 

Ted's Radio & TV Repair won two 
games from Lasco's Honeydippers. 

Decker's Tavern won two games 
from Weber Duck Farm. 
. Pickard China won two games 
from Badger Auto. " 

Keij's,. Willow Farm Prod, won two 
gameVfrbm Lahti Oil Co. 

George's Bar beat Gaston Print- 
ing all three games. 
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Thursday Business Men 
November 6 

Salem King Pins had high team 
series with games of 871-831-801— 
2503 total. 

High individual series went to D. 
Richards, who bowled 203-186-188— 
577 total. 

Dick's Tree Service beat Murrle's 
Standard Service all three games. 
Wertz Well Drillerrs beat Merry- 
Go-Round Bakery and tied 1. 

Jack's Town & Country won two 
games from King's Drugs. 

Truax Trucking won two games 
from 'Carey Electric. 

Erich's Auto Repair won two from 
Raylenicks, 

Salem King Pins won two games 

from Lake Villa Lumber. 

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Moose Mixed League 
Sunday, November 9 

Moose Tales had high team series, 
with games of 655-734-730—2119. 

Their 734 game was high. ' 

For the men, P. Matteoni was high 
individual scorer, bowling 154-224- 
179—557. Tor the ladies, Eileen 
Kosar bowled 190-140-151—481. 

Moose Tales beat The Ends all 
three games. 

Moose Hoofs beat Rusty Four all 
three games. „ 

Blue Moose beat Antlers all three 
games. 

Gutter Dusters won two games 
from Mitey Mites. 

Moose Tops won two games from 
Odd Moose. 

Ten Pins won two games from 
Big Moose. 



ANTIOCH MISSED this field goal as it was doing all night agalnit Liberty- 
villa's Wildcats In the basketball opener for both teams. Three 'Cats Including 
star Bill Johns (14) attempt to stop the play made by Antioch's Bob Martin. The 
Sequoits were mora fortunate on free throws as they amassed a 46 par cent average. 



Local basketball season begins with a flourish this weekend 
with fans seeing three types of the game to be played in two nights. 
Tonight in the Antioch High School gyro there'll be basketball 
played by hesitation followed by basketball played for demonstra- 
tion. Friday night the high .school* — ' ; . ' ; — : — — - — - — — - 

cagers will show basketball in des- H e will feet questionable help from 

10 other stars. 
- Probable starting lineups;.' 
Kansas City Stars 

Warner Sanders, 6'5Mj" • F 

Larry Washington, 6'3 J /fe" F 

Marvin Roberts 6'6" C 

Mel Price, 6'IMj" G 

Vernon McNeal, G'lVfe" G 

Antioch Scouts 



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peration as. they open their home 
season. 

The big show tonight will start at 
7 p. m. when the Antioch Faculty 
meets the Antioch Businessmen in a 
revenge battle. This game is the en- 
tire season for both clubs which 
need thefr est afterwards. The Busi- 
nessmen won last year" " 



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Play In 54-48 Loss 

'Cats' Had To Press 
To Win; Sequoits 
Show Cage Promise 




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Ten Pin Topplers . 
Tuesday, November 11 

Old Orchard Inn had high team 
series, with games of 780-099-751— 
2230 total. 

Evelyn Erickson was high indi- 
vidual scorer, bowling games of 
170-150-176—502 total. 

Gibbs & Jenssen (2212) won all 
three games from Lakes Co. (2054). 

Salem Country Club (2199) beat 
Tuttle Mink (2084) all three games. 

The Van Pattens (1951) beat Sex- 
auer Realtor (1729) all three games. 

Old Orchard Inn (2230) won two 
games from Joe & Helen's (2028). 

Art's Paint Store (2109) won two 
from Hazelman's (2038). 

George's Bar (1802) won two 

games from Adolph's (1737). 
* * * 

Major Gutter Ball Girls 
Tuesday, Nov. 11 

Wally's Channel Inn had high 
team series with games o£ 659-764- 
770—2193. 

On the women's honor roll , D. 
Dittmer was first with games of 141- 
209-180—530; second A. Holm, 156- 
147-203—506, and third, I. Donovan, 
105-182-154—501. 

Fortmann's -Fuel Oil won two 
games from La Plant's Masonry. 

Taylor's Shoes beat Cox's Corner 
all three games. 

Meinersmann's Insurance beat An- 
tioch Launderette .till three games. 

Wally's Channel Inn won two 
games from John's River Inn. 

Bill's Service Station won two 
games from State Bank, 

Laursen & Blackman won two 

games from Pedersen'a Bakery. 
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Wednesday Nlte Businessmen 
November 12 
Decker's Tav. had high team aer- 
( continued on page 12) 



Yes, Antioch lost its opening game 
last Saturday but Coach Larry Leon 
found what he was looking for. His 
Sequoits have the makings of a good 
team. 

Although Libertyville's Wildcats 
came out ahead in the 54-48 battle 
on their own floor, they lAU to 
produce a 22 point last period spree 
to do it. The Antioch Indians came 
up with fair speed, a defense which 
shows promise and lacked on]y top- 
flight shooting. 

Going into the opener, Coach Leon 
frankly didn't know what he had 
this year. None of his players had 
had much experience the previous 
year and they were meeting a team 
with three veterans. 

"I was pleased," Leon said. 

And pleased he might be with two 
tribe players leading all scoring. 
Football powerhouse Don Pyles dem- 
onstrated his natural athletic abil- 
ities on the court by taking all 
shooting honors with 20 points. 
Teammate Jerry Dahlman clicked 
with 10 points which was one better 
than Libertyville star Bill Johns. 
Pyles also had the task of guarding 
Johns, who placed third in Illinois 
prep high jumps last year. Leon 
was pleased with Pyles, too. 

Team totals showed the Sequoits 
leading their more experienced op- 
ponents at the free throw line with 
10 of 24 shots good for a 66.7 per- 
centage. The 'Cats could manage 
only 50 per cent. In other totals, 
Libertyville had a 39.0 percent field 
goal average to Antioch's weak 28.6 
per cent. Rebounding was weak 
also with only 28 snared by the Se- 
quoits. The 'Cats got 43. 

But the game gave Leon a good 
look at his crew under real fire and 
the game will give them a full 
week's head start over other con- 
ference quints in playing for real. 



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FEATURE BATTLE at 8 p. m. is 

a demonstration of fine basketball 
played by the Kansas City Stars 
versus the Antioch Scouts. The 
Kansas City club is packed with cage 
talent from top collegiate ranks, 
All players arc candidates for pro- 
fessional basketball teams. The 
Scouts arc strong in area amateur 
cirircles. Most of the members have 
starred at Antioch High School. 

Proceeds from the two battles will 
go for the purchase of a movie 
camera for the Antioch High School 
sports department. Coach Larry 
Leon, sponsor of the "A" club says 
some seats still remain for the show 
and may be purchased at the door 
for $1 for adults, 60c for kids. 

The feature attraction, fans will 
see a lot of 6' 6*' center Marvin 
Roberts and an excellent hook shot, 
and Mel Price who brings one of 
the best set shots in basketball to 
the local gym. Plays for them will 
be set up by Vern McNeal, tricky 
former great for Tennessee A & I 
University. 

ALTHOUGH THE STARS claim 
Kansas City as a playing base, most 
of the members are from the Chi- 
cago area. They are coaches and 
teachers in Chicago schools. Coach 
of the team Is Clarence "Dad" Cash, 
billed as a great tactical expert and 
strategist. 

In the opener, the fans will see 
an exhibition of how basketball 
should not be played. The Business- 
men (1-0 last year) will be led by 
Bruno (the bad bear) Manzardo who 
plays all positions with the same 
ability. He is only 5'5" but his ag- 
gressive play makes him a dangerous 
opponent. 

The Faculty (0-1 last year) will 
be led by Bob (by golly) Walther, 
head coach at Antioch High School. | 



Jock Progonzer, 6'3"- F 

Dick Dressei, 6T' F 

Bill Boird, 6'4"- 
Frank Balistreri, 5*11** 
A I Rcckers 6' - 

Preliminary game lineups 
ject to constant change): 
Businessmen 
Bruno Manzardo, 5'5" 
Gene Barth, 5' 11" 
Ed (Cubbie) Stanich, 6'2" 
Jack (VP) Fields, 5' 10" 
Jim (Speedy) Fields, 5'9" 

Faculty *■ — ■ . 

Bob Walther 
Bill (Rookie) Pcrich 
Roy (Goose) Nelson .f 
Ward (Baldy) Lear 
Bill Socman 

It has been rumored that the fac 
ulty is being given odds of 1% to 
1% due to an extra practice session 
they have assembled for because of 
their proximity to the basketball 
floor. Some of the businessmen have 
not seen each other since last year. 



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Cost is less in The News 
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25 words for 75c. 

The News is read . . . now 
more thoroughly than ever 
before. And by more peo- 
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Magi era 


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5 3 7 


Pyles 


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8 2 20 


Martin 


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Dahlman 


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Gudgeon 


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THE ANTIOGH NEWS, ANTIOCH, ILL 



Acn ie vement IDay 
ittili Clubs 

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Lhke Cdimtyjs 4-H' club members 
wilt ibo ;glven^3peclol/honors^and 
precognition on^Novi 21,at the anriualj f 
county 4H- Achievement Day pro- 
gram. - 

^arm,iahd Home Advisers iRay'Ti 
Nicholas and -^Helen Volk 5gawythat 
a special program 'has-been planned 
to give recognition to the bounty's 
outstanding 4-iH boys -and -girls. It 
will start at 8 p.^mi-in thdWarren 
Township High Schobl3Gur,ncer:Tlie 
public. is invited to bcspreserit^ 

County extension advisors will re- 
view project work during the eve- 
ning's program and report on other 
activities of- 'the -4-H^Clubs during 
the year, .They give special recog- 
nition to county; outstanding and, 
project honor n\embcrs. 

A special feature of the program 
will be a color slide 'presentation of 
the 1958 district '4-H club camp and 
oiE.some county activities.. The pic- 
tures will be narrated by Ted 
Manzko, Janet Keisler, Ruth Ann 
Meuser, and Thomas Ernstmeyer. 
. ' .Refreshments' will be served at 
the conclusion of the meeting. , 

Parents also will get public recog- 
nition for the things they have done 
to help their children do better 
'work-hrthoir 4»H-activitios and proj- 
, ects. Local volunteer club leaders 
will also come in for their share of 
the honors. 

The advisers say that Lake Coun- 
ty has 13 agricultural 4-H Clubs 
with 301 members and 54 home eco- 
nomics 4-H Clubs with 803 members. 
All will be represntcd in the pro- 
gram. 






THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1958 







Letters to 
The Editor 



Chicago Market Milk 

^Producers deliveringtmiik tactile 
Chicago market in October will re- 
ceived a blended price (of ]$3;575per 
cuftt of 3.5. per cent butterfat itest 
mink ^delivered to buyers' plants 
within the 55- to;y70-mile zbney^ac-! 
cording to Harry L. Edwards, 31)1 
rector of Sales for Pure. ^MilkAsao-i 
elation. ~~ 

The butterfat differential is 7 cents 
per point ■ ■■,€? . .n ■ '^V :: i'.V'! 

The blended price announced by 
the Administrator of Federal Order 
41 wjftch vgoverns* milk sales in the. 
marketing area was $3.51 per cwt. 
To this price was added ,6 cents per 
cwt.^on all milMthe result of an 
extra premium on Class 1 .milk nego- 
tiated by Pure Milk Association in 
February of this year. : 

The October price is 19 cents under 
the superpool blended price of Octo- 
ber 1057. : The drop is due to a com-: 
bination of factors, principal among 
them being ;the cut in support levels 
put in Effect by the Secretary of Ag- 
riculture in April of this year. • 

The. Market Administrator's fig- 
ures show over 35 million pounds 
more milk on the market in October 
1058 than produced in the same 
month a year ago.. An increase of 
3 per cent in Class 1 and 2 sales pre- 
vented a further decline in price. 



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Renaye, Lake Villa, Miss ^Madeline 
Friedhoff, Kenosha, Mr. and Mrs., 
Reddle Harms land family spent 
SundaylwithNMr^iand Mrs. 'Herman; 
Frank and Mrs. William Warms. ; 
Floyd^Oy«er,iSr., Floyd Gygery 
Jr.rC6Bald Brown, Harvey Brown, 
and Marlin Ehlert spent the week- 
end^ Lily, Wisfideer hunting. NO, 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown andj 
family, McHenry, spent the /week-; 
end with Mrs. Harvey Brown. 

Fred Albrechtis a patient at Ke- 
nogty} hospital for (observation.* 

Mr. and, Mrs. Norman Hammer- 
meister, Whitefish Bay, spent Sun- 
day—with-^Mr. ; -and y Mrs. Marlin 
Schnurr. V ; ]H : '"'v^ 

Mrs. Marlin Schnurr. entertained 
her- bridge club Tuesday evening. 4 

Mrs. Bob SpeakcrSandL-famlly of 
Richmond spent ^Sunday '■■• with Mr. 
and Mrs. Cyril Pacey^ . ■%. 

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Mrs. Tony Serikerlk and family spent 
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ONE OF THE FIRST to gat hit deer in the three-day scaton In the Ogle County 
area was Antloeh't Carl Karrasch of Venetian Drive. The young buck, brought 
down with o single shotgun slug, dressed out at 65 pounds. Karrasch and Leo Fox 
of Antiech who also got a deer in the hunt, were among the first to bring In their 
gome. More than425 animals were shot during the three days In Ogle County 
alone, Karrasch says. (Antioch Photo Service) 



To the Editors: 

I want to express my thanks to 
you for your consideration of my 
candidacy for Congress during the 
past campaign. I appreciate this 
very much. You might be inter- 
ested in knowing that my home 
town newspapers (The Park Ridgian 
papers) are so partisan that they 
didn't even want to recognize that 
there might be a Democratic candi- 
date for Congress from the town. 
And, surprisingly, some of these 
same people look down their nose 
at the one-party system that exists 
in the boUtn. ~ * ' 

One of my main thoughts as I en- 
tered the campaign was to do what 
I could to re-develop a two-party 
system in the 13th Congressional 
District The existence of a Democ- 
racy depends, I feel, on the exis- 
tence of a two-party system. It is 
my hope that my campaign con- 
tributed to this cause. 

The numerous friends, and I con- 
sider you among them, that I have 
made during this compaign more 
than compensate me for the time, 
money and effort involved. I 

Laurence A. Kusek 
Park Ridge 



Two Area Entries At 
Big Live Stock Show 

Two area entries have been re- 
ceived for the International Live 
Stock Exposition and Horse Show at 
Chicago Nov. 28 to Dec. 6. 

Crab Tree Farm near Lake Bluff 
and managed by Jim Henderson will 



show nine Yorkshire hogs in the fat 
and carcass classes and S. J. O'JBrytfh 
of Lake Villa will show four pure- 
bred Shorthorns and a steer in the 
carcass events. 

Thirteen horse shows are sched- 
uled during the nine-day fair. Ar- 
thur Godfrey of TV and radio fame, 
will be the star of the show. 



Wilmot 



Mrs. 



Herman Frank, Correspondent 
Tel. Underhlll 2-2752 



Lawrence Davis, Nevada City, Calif., 
called on Mr. and Mrs. Herman 
Frank. It had been twenty years 
since they have seen him. 

Mrs. William Harms returned to 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman 
Frank after a three weeks stay at 
Kenosha hospital. 

Mr. and Mrs. Rienhart Kieper and 
Mrs. Carroll Erlandson, Antigo, 
spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. 
Cyril Pacey. Mrs. Erlandson is on 
her way to California. 

Mrs. William King has returned 
to the home of her parents, Mr. and 
Mrs, Dan Fleming after an auto- 
mobile accident at West Bend, Wis. 

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Thanksgiving Day in Canada is 
not strictly a legal holiday. Accord- 
ing to The World Book Encyclo- 
pedia, Thanksgiving depends each 
year on a special Government proc- 
lamation. 



According to The World Book En- 
cyclopedia's research department, 
the average American cab about six 
pounds of turkey a year. Sixty per 
cent is eaten at Thanksgiving and 
Christmas. You're proving the sta- 
tistics if you eat one and four-fifth 
pounds of meat at Thanksgiving and 
the same amount at Christmas. 




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Keulmon's Jewelry, established in Antioch in the year of 1902 by William 
and Olive Keulman has recently been modernized. 

We spend most of our time trying to GET business and precious little of it 
saying "thank you" to the good folks of Antioch and surrounding communi- 
ties. 

So this announcement of the opening of our new store at the same location 
isn't to sell you a thing. It's fust to tell you how we have appreciated your 
business for the past 57 years. 

Now don't forget the Grand Opening of Keulmon's Jewelry, 913 Main St., 
Antioch, Nov. 20th, 21st, 22nd. Free Orchids for the ladies! Register now 
for many prizes. No purchase necessary. Come in and browse. The drowing 
will be held at 5 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 22. You need not be present. 

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JHowrfiig A Turkey? 
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Yield Per Pound 

; ^rshomomakcra -deciding how 
large -ja thanksgiving turkey" to 
buy, ~ the ^University of : Illinois 
JConaumer^ Service of fqrs ^this 
table ]6t ^weight versus ^?yield of 
cooked meat. V ; 

Hens (eompetitiycly'quotcd 30c 
to 43c per.poundT 

Ready to cook 

weight 

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3 2 14 to 16 lbs. 1 

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19% to 21 lbs. I 
23 to 25 lbs/ 
27 to 29 lbs. 



Yield of 

cooked turkey 

8 to 9 lbs; 

10% to 11% lbs. 

13 to;144bs. 
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBBRJ0, 



Poultry, Ham 
Prices Down 
ThisWeekend 

^ulfing^il^flnlil^fail" week- be- 
fore Thanksgiving, retail promotions 
and-priccs for traditional poultry and 
hams are pretty well fixed. Prices 
will be low. with few if any changes 
between now and the holiday. 

This is significant for the market 
week ending Nov. 22. Holiday com- 
petitive pressures hold beef prices 
down despite slight increases at 
wholesale. Pork prices also drift 
lower seasonally. 

The University of Illinois con- 
sumer service, in its weekly food 
survey, says it is possible for con- 
sumers to indulge in beef and pork 
value items this week with assurance 
that chicken, turkey and ham bar- 
gains will be available during the 
three days" immediately before 
Thanksgiving — at current low costs. 
"Better buy beef" might be the slo- 
gan for those seeking menu variety. 

As a matter of fact, one must 
question how low meat prices can 
get before meat departments operate 
at a loss. Consensus turkey quotes 
range 39-43c for hens, and 35-39 for 
Toms of all weights. Friers can 
be found at 29c but generally quote 
along with stewing* hens at 39c. 
Roasters, capons, caponettes, ducks 
and geese are plentiful and competi- 
tively priced, the latter ranging to 
59c. Rounding out the poultry pic- 
ture,, large grade-A eggs halted 
supply inspired increases, and this 
week are steady at 57-59c. But med- 
ium sizes started to increase abrupt- 
ly from a low of 39c. 



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ies with games of 807-889-871—2567. 
Val Nicpon was high individual 
scorer, having games of 202-182-201 
for a itbtal'of 585. ' jj 

i George's Bar won two games from 
Weber Duck Farm, i 

Bill's: Service^beat Lahti Oil; all 
three games.) ; h- : 

Ted's Radio & TV won two games 
from McHenry, Ready-Mix. 

Decker's^ Tavern | beat ; Pickard 
China all three games, |' : -; 

Gaston Printing won two games 
from Badger Auto. % ; , 

Willow Farm won two' games from 
Lasco's. , l / 

Standings: W 

1— Lahti Oil Co. 21 
2— Ken's Willow, Farm 21. 
3— Decker's Tavern 19 

4~ Gaston Printing 13 

5— Ted's Radio & TV 10 
6— George's Bar 17 

7— Bill's Service 17 . 

8— Lasco's 17 

9— Pickard China 14 

10— Badger Auto ■ 14- 



11— McHenry Ready-Mix 12 

12— Weber Duck 11 

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Top HS Bandsman 
Invited To Clinic 

High school band directors from 
the northern Illinois area have been 
invited to send their top musicians 
to a Reading Band Clinic at North- 
ern Illinois University on Saturday, 
November 22, according to an an- 
nouncement from Dr. Morton Ut- 
gaard, director of NIU bands. The 
event is sponsored by the music 
department of the university- 
Bruce Housekenecht, director of 
bands, Joliet Township High School, 
will serve as guest clinician for this 
event, Utgaard said. The select band 
will be made up of 70 outstanding 
high school students from the north- 
ern Illinois areas served by the uni- 
versity. 

Application blanks have been 
sent to high school band directors 
and advanced registrations were re- 
quested by Friday, November 8. The 
event has been approved by the Illi- 
nois High School Association Dr. Ut- 
gaard announced. 

As a part of the program, Mr. 
Housekenecht will use not only a 
select number of outstanding works 
from "older" publications but also 
the newest publications provided 
by the publishers of all classes of 
band literature. 



Fly By Night League (Mixed) 
Wednesday, November 12 

Four Aces had high team series, 
with games of 834-957-868—2659. 

Bill Pcrich had high individual 
series, with games of 159-188-189— 
536, having one more pin than Al- 
bert Frank who had games of 180- 
182-173 fot a total of 535. 

Frank's ^535_helped the First Na- 
tional Bank to win two games from 
Old Hickory. 

Jacnot Farms won two games from 
Jim's Sinclair Service. 

Cliff Vanderwerker bowled 521 
for Barnes TV, to win two games 
from Vana Beverages. 

Wilson's Laundromat won all 
three games from IGA Foodliner, 
in spite of Bill Perich's 536. 

State Bank of Antioch, with Ken 
Krueger's 486 high lost two to the 
Four Aces, with John Carlson 486 

total for high. — A high tie. 

• • ♦ 

Thursday .Business Men 
November 13 

Merry-Go-Round Bakery had high 
team series with games of 846-893- 
875 2614 total. 

E. Palinski was high individual 
scorer with games of 225-197-192 — > 
614' total. 

Merry-Go-Round Bakery beat 
King's Drugs all three games. 

Murrie's Standard- Service beat 
Lake Villa Lumber Co. all three 
games. 

Wertz Well Drillers won all three 
games from Erich's Auto Repair. 

Carey Electric won 2Va games 
from Salem King Pins. 

Dick's Tree Service won two from 
Truax Trucking. 

Raylenicks won two games from 
Jack's Town and Country. 



Briton Wants Pen-Pals 
From News Readers 

A Scotsman now living in London 
believes correspondence between 
Antioch and British youngsters will 
do much to relieve world problems. 
He has asked the Antioch News to 
help him form an Anglo-American 
Pen Club. 

During World War II, II. Henry 
was a radio operator in the British 
Merchant Navy and visited America 
many times. He was impressed by 
the hospitality, he said, and since 
he now has much spare time he 
feels he can help bring young people 
of the two countries together. 

Purpose of the Anglo-American 
Pen Club is to exchange ideas, mag- 
azines and to get to know each other 
better, Henry says. 

"I already have a long list of 
young Britons who are eager to 
make pen friends in America but my 
difficulty is putting them in touch 
with young Americans* of similar in- 
terests," Henry writes. 

Those Who wish to enter such a 
correspondence club should write: 
Mr. H. Henry, 38 Crawford Street, 
London, W.I., England. 



"Some folks take up religion as a 
kind of insurance against hell — and 
then are not willing to pay the prem- 
ium." — West Pike News. 



Thursday Night Bi^tate I 
League Nov. 13 

John Gaa & Son blasted the ma- 
ples for high series and high game 
for the season, shooting 2918—1025. 
Lakes Tile managed to , win tone 
garnet from the Gaa Viteam. ^Marv 
Lefco had 657 and Bob /Kraft had 
608 for thejGaa's. 

G, Slcdschlag paced the Rudolph 
Turkeys to three wins over the Curi- 
ninghams. iGus had 688-220. 

Frank Heiselman splattered the 
wood for high individual series and 
high individual game, [Frank shot 
887—277, helping his team, Vos Con- 
struction win two' games from Beau- 
ti-Vue Products. I .-•.■ 1 

Masek's Service Station won two 
front [ Economy^ry. ^ 5 ^ rf/S ^,, 
Kirchmeyer Constr. won two from 
Adolph's, ■' * 

Haydon Homes won two from Car- 
ter's Taxidermy, 1 -2. 
Standings: 1- W 

i 1— Haydon Homes 23 

2— John Gaa 8c Son 22 
3— Kirchmeyer Const, r^ 20 
4— Lakes Tile*, Co. 20. 

5— Rudolph's Turkeys , 18 
6— Economy TV J 17 

7_Vos Construction 17 
; 8— Masek's Service Sta. 14 , 
9— Carter's Taxidermy 14 
10— Adolph's Channel Inn 12 
11— Cunningham Cart. 11 
12— Beauti-Vue Products 10 

* • * 

Women's Thursday Afternoon 
League November 13 

Fred Maier's "Service had 
team series with games of 554-509 
592—1655 total. 

Ella Larson was high individual 
scorer, howling 191-131-150— 472. 
. Fred Maier's Service beat Mann's 
Certified all three games. 

Ben Franklin won two games 
from Kharmichael Vending. 

Ted's Radio & TV Repair won two 
games from the Advertiser. 

Leo Johnsen's Fourth Lake Resort 

won two games from Kelly's Tavern. 

• * * 

Antioch Major League 
Friday, Nov. 14 

Joe & Helen's Resort had high 
team series of 893-946-865— 2704. 

Vern Baker was high individual 
scorer, bowling 179-248-211—638. 
Marv Shepard bowled 202-166-256— 
624, and John Gabriel had games 
of 224-194-202—620. 

Salem Country Club beat Garwood 
Laundry & Cleaners all three 
games. 

Joe & Helen's Resort beat John- 
son's Resort all three games. 

Ken Blumenschein Excavating 
won two games from Antioch Lum- 
ber 8c Coal Co. 

Tiede Insurance beat Cermak Real 
Estate and Insurance all three games. 

Volo Bait Shop won two from 
Marty's Club Villa. 

Miller Insurance won two games 
from Rausch Bros, 



"The Pintpottera" ; 
Friday, November 14 

Marty's Club Villa had high team 
series of P8-724^724r-2188itotal.r g 

Norma Tiede was high individual 
scorer, with games of 104-180-189— 
533, 'iCurly'^ Wertz vwas second 
With games of 188-177-188— ; 523, 

.Wilson Upholstering ibeat Ray's; 
Shell Station all three games, 

a Club Villa beat Les La* 
Meer Construction alt three games, 

Barnstable & Brogan won two 
gamea from Jefferson. Ice. 

Grass Lake m Lumber won two, 
games from Garwood Cleaners. 

Reeves "Drugs ^won-rtwo games 
from Bussie's Lounge. 

Economy TV won two games from* 
Antioch IGA Foodliner. 

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Local Grocer Tells IGA Owners 
How To Run Good Bakery Depts. 

IGA grocers all over the country + — ■ — — — . : — 

this week are rearranging their 
( bakery i counters rafter the advice by 
Gardner '* : Malldry,- owner of ^the; 
Antioch IGA Food! iner, was carried 
to them by their wholesalers. 

Mallory was invited to speak to 
• nationwide conference of IGA 
wholesalers at Chicago last week 
on the basis of bakery sales at his 
■tore. He 'sells more bakery goods 
per total volume of food sales than 
any other IGA store in the coun- 
try. And last month he was given 
an award for the most sales per 
square foot of floor space than any 
other store in Illinois. 

Secret of Mailory's success has 
been his display 'of bakery goods 
In bis store at Rte, 89 and 173, he 
aays more sales are made wheh the 
displays are large enough and fol- 
low promotional events outlined by 
suppliers, he added. 

As proof of \ his timely, proper 
and highly successful displays, he 
points with pride to the record- 
breaking sale of 15,000 hamburger 
and hot dog buns in the three day 
Labor Day weekend. This is a salea 
mark which puts him at the top In 
the nationwide IGA' system. 

Coffee Conversations 

To Mark Week at NIU _ 

"Coffee Conversations" will high- 
light National Education Week at 
Northern Illinois University. Spon- 
sored by Kappa Delta Pi, honorary 
education fraternity, the series of in- 
formal discussions around the cof- 
fee pot will cover "Education and 
Survival," "The Teacher" and "The 
Curriculum." Students and faculty 
members will participate in these 
discussions. 

Eugene O'Neill's comedy,' "Ah 
Wilderness," will be presented by 
the speech department at Northern 
Illinois University at 8 p. m. Thurs- 
day and Friday. 



THE ANTIOCH NEWS, ANTIOCH, I LLINOIS 




PAGE THIRTEEN 



GRASS LAKE SCOUT NEWS 

An impressive ^program marked 
the fly-up ceremonies for Girl Scout 
Troop 6, on Friday, Nov. 14, in the 
Grass Lake School. Mrs. Marie! 
Nemec, who helped the Brownies 
through their tenderfoot require- 
ments pinned on the wings. Mem- 
bers were ' then escorted across a 
bridge which represented crossing 
over from Brownies to Girl Scouts 
by three eighth grade girl scouts 
from Troop fi, Lynn Yancey, Betty 
McGrath, and. Cynthia Brenna. . 

^irs.-Belle" Hribar, leader of Troop 
6, welcomed them and presented 
them with their girl scout pin which 
she told them to wear proudly. The 
girls all repeated their promise and 
lighted candles to represent each girl 
scout law. ' : ■ 

The girls who flew up were: De- 
lores Anderson, Leslie* Beese, Vir- 
ginia Gudgeon, Christine Kersten, 
Sheryl Meyer, Nancy McGrath, 
Karen Mueller, Colleen Mulhern, 
and Barbara Rebarid. Another girl, 
Sharon Wells, was also accepted 
into Troop 6 as a new Scout. Sing- 
ing for the whole program was di- 
rected by Mrs. Florence Yancey. 

Mrs. Hribar then awarded the 
following badges for camping out 
last summer to: Carol Frasier, Carol 
Hribar, Randy Jacobsen, Judy Hey- 
wood, Elizabeth Barker, and Linda 
Kersten. Five year pins were award- 
ed to: Violet Hribar, Susan Yancey, 
and Mary Jo /Mulhern. Co-leader 
Mrs. Grace Kersten, and committee 
members Mrs. Barbara Beese and 
Mrs. Jean Mueller received pins 
from Mrs. Hribar. Mrs. Joan Reed 
also on the committee, but not pres- 



ent, also received a pin. 

Color Guard for the program con- 
sisted of: Carol-Hribar, Judy J Hey-j 
wood, Elizabeth Barker; and Susan 
Yancey. Violet ^Hribar ' ifcaye: the 
commands. - ;1 

Refreshments of doughnuts and 

elder were served. / f 1 

BOY SCOUT TROOP 80 
OAMPOUT ~-~] 

Last weekend some Grass Lake 
Boy Scouts enjoyed a campout at 
White Pines State Park in Oregon, 
111. Boys who attended were: Ex- i 
plorer Scouts Bob Hart, ?Les Hribar, 
and George Anzinger, Boy Scouts: 
John Burke, Joey Anzinger, and 
Tommy Anderson.; The four Scout- 
ers who accompanied the boys were 
Mr. Leste r Hri bar, Mr. Robert Hart, 
Mr. Herb Meyer, and Mr. Willard 
Ratz, Scoutmaster for Troop 80. They: 
all reported having a good time and 
the weather was overcast, but hot 
rainy. : - 
DEN CHIEFS' CONFERENCE 

Mr. Earl Beese, Cubmaster for 
Pack 80, Grass Lake, and three boys 
from Boy Scout Troop 80, who are 
den chiefs with the cub pack, 'at- 
tended the. annual Den Chiefs' Con- 




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Antioch Man 
Leadership Program 

George F, Pahlke, a stafi manager 
In the Prudential Insurance Com- 
pany's Waukegan district, has 'com- 
pleted -the company '4 1958 Staff 
Managers Leadership Program, 

Pahlke, ^who^lives at iRt. 4, Box 
437, Antloch, is , one of 43 Pruden- 
tial representatives from Illinois and 
Indiana who attended the program, 
which convened during the week, of ' 
Nov. 10 at the Mid-American Home 
Office in Chicago. ' % 



RAINBOW GIRLS ENTERTAIN & 
WORTHY GRAND ADVISOR 

Antioch Assembly, Order of the 
Rainbow for Girls recently enter- 
tained Miss Janet Bickie, Grand 
Worthy Advisor of the State of Illi- 
nois and a group of grand officers 
and grand representatives at the Ma- 
sonic Temple. 



fereiice at Ft. Sheridan on Saturday, 
Nov. 15, The bdy£ learned many 
games and new ideas for assisting 
the den mothers in thei* work.- 





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To some it means being thankful for a family, a home ... for 
life. To others it means being thankful for a -good year — a good 
harvest or good business. But to all it means being thankful for an 
abundance of quality food — the turkey, cranberries, mashed 
and sweet potatoes, pumkin pie and everything else that usually 
makes Thanksgiving dinner the best dinner of the year. And we 
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food to you at a real saving. You ought to drop in ... see for 
yourself. 



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THIflRSDAl d NOVEMBER 2Q , 195& 



Th^e Pilgrims would: have been 
shocked ?to their shoe ^buckles on 
December ^ 1621, ^ift they =hqd' 
known that their day of thanks was; 
to become a yearly national holiday 
celebrated .^by"'millions of ipeople jin 
the United -States ; and Canada. 

For the Pilgrims were dead-set; 
against "annual" holidays, and re- 
fined 7to ^celebrate even Christinas 
arid Easter. ■fV.-i.. ^rilMT^i K ~ : i "'^ ' 

According to research experts with 
The World Book Encyclopedia, the 
Pilgrims referred to the religious 
holidays of the Church of England 
as "Roman corruptions." They be- 
lieved in celebrating .only when 
Providence granted them a particu- 
lar blessing, 

As if to-prove .their disdain for 
yearly calendar-fixed celebrations; 
the Pilgrims did hot have a thanks- 
giving celebration the next year. 
However, other New England colon- 
ists picked up the idea and held 
"thanks days," usually, around the 
end of November. 

The Pilgrim-Inspired holiday is 
today a joyous family day celebrated 
with big dinners and happy reunions, 
but the history of the holiday in the 
United States has been fraught with 
argument. 

In 1789 a resolutiorfwas presented 
by a member of the new Congress 
proposing that a day be set aside 
to give thanks for the Constitution. 
The resolution was finally adopted, 
but there was much opposition by 
those who believed the Federal 
government was meddling in a mat- 
ter that should be the concern of the 
ilndividual states. Thomas Jeffer- 
son called such Government-pro- 
claimed holidays a "Monarchial 
practice" and. ignored .thanksgiving 
during his eight years in office. 

Mrs. Sarah Hale, editor of Godey's 
Lady's Book, worked for 30 years to 
promote the idea . of a national 
thanksgiving day. Mrs. Hale had a 
double-barreled attack — she printed 
editorials promoting the idea and 
also included tempting recipes for 
Thanksgiving delicacies. 

In 1863 Lincoln proclaimed that 
the last Thursday in November 
would be Thanksgiving Day. Each 
year afterward, the President of the 
United States formally proclaimed 
that Thanksgiving should be cele- 
brated on the last Thursday of No- 
vember. 

However, some descendants of the 
original New England Puritans re- 
fused to observe the holiday, claim- 
ing that Thanksgiving should be in- 
spired by the Deity, not by poli- 
ticians. 

The most recent Thanksgiving 
controversy arose when Franklin 
D. Roosevelt switched the date of 
the holiday from the fourth to the 
third Thursday in November. He 
hoped to help business by making 
tiie shopping period longer between 
Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

Newspapers and magazines car- 
ried editorials advising readers to 
ignore the President and some Gov- 
ernors flatly advised their states 
to celebrate Thanksgiving on the 
traditional day. Three years after 
the change was made, Congress of- 
ficially restored Thanksgiving to the 
fourth Thursday. 

In view of this stormy history, 
it might be well to have a thanks- 
giving to give thanks for Thanks- 
giving. 



Lake Villa 

Mrs. iFred ^Bartlett/ Correspondent 
iphone ^Elliot- ?6^44S4 ; 



-Mr. and. Mrs. Ed Schwitzer of Chi- 
cago have moved Ao Lake .Villa.; 
They wUl.reslde on Villa Ave. Mrs. 
Schwitzer was formerly Mrs. Mazle 
Dibble of" Lake Villa. m t^ jgjjgj 

Mrs. Bernard Schneider and sons, 
Bradley, Bruce and Brian and Mrs, 
Fred Bartlett, Sr., and grand-daugh- 
ter, ICarla were visitors Monday at 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
Bartlett of Waukegan. 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Koshnick, 
recently of Maywood but now resid- 
ing with Mr. arid Mrs, Charles'Tre- 
der of, Oak Knoll Drive, celebrated 
their 58th wedding anniversary Nov. 
11 with their daughter Mrs. Trader 
and her husband, Charles. Their 
relatives, friends and neighbors hope 
they have many more happy years 
together. 

Georgia Avery was honored at' a 
party Tuesday at the Lake Villa vil- 
lage hall given by the Royal Neigh- 
bors of Cedar Lake Camp in observ- 
ance of her 50th wedding anniver- 
sary. The Camp presented her with 
a gold plate. She received many 
other gifts from the Neighbors. 
. Walter Schneider, Sr., was a pa- 
tient, at Victory Memorial hospital 
a few days last week. 

Danny Slazcs was ill with flu at 
his home. „ 

The Officers club of* the Royal 
Neighbors of Cedar Lake camp will 
meet Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 12:30 
p. m. at the home of Georgia Avery. 
Dessert luncheon will be served by 
the hostess Mrs. Avery and co-host- 
ess Marie Hamlin. 

VFW Department Hospital chair- 
man Kay Kasting, co-chairman Doris 
Blumcnschein and" the following 
VFW Auxiliary members spent Ar- 
mistice Day at Downey distributing 
cigarettes to. the patients. They are 
Arlene Barnstable, Zelma Nickerson 
and June Kncifl, all of Lake Villa, 
Jeanette Keisltr, Helen Keisler and 
Lillian Gray, all of Antioch. 

Little Larry Armstrong is ill at 
his home with the flu. 

Fred Bartlett, Jr., and Carla Bart- 



lett were ill a lew days with the flu. 
:? Mr.~ and'; Mrs. Stanley Hollis j(of 
Waukegani;) were visitors ^Saturday; 
4t the home of Mr. and Mvs. Ralph' 
Abncr. ' 

Mr. and .Mrs. Jake Wallace fare: 
spending a week at 'Lake [Nancy,; 
Wisconsin. , 

I MrV and jMrs; William Fish enter- 
tained a number of friends at a 
party at their^home on Mlllburn 
Road' 1 Saturday evening. The {fol- 
lowing were present: Mr. and Mra. 
Clarence Blumcnschein, Ann Nel- 
son, Lela Barnstable, Mr, and: Mrs. 
Jacob Fish, and Frank Cremin, all 
of Lake Villa, Edna Cable and Sher- 
idan Burnette of Antioch and Mr. 
and Mrs. Herman Keisler of Twin 
Lakes, Wis. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nickerson 
were honored at a party. Friday 
night given by the Lake Villa Fire- 
men in honor of their. 29th wedding 
anniversary. The firemen's wives 
also were present. The Nicker sons 
were presented with a beautiful sil- 
ver set. About sixty attended the 
party. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Ketring and 
family will move into the cottage 
owned by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bart- 
lett, Sr. 

Mrs. Fred Popp, Sr., is ill at her 
home, on Villa Ave. 

Mr. and -Mrs. Ralph Abner and 
son, Terry, returned from a vacation 
at Benson, Minnesota. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Armstrong 
returned from a month's vacation. 
They visited the following places: 
Bad Lands and Black Hills in South 
Dakota, Yellowstone Park at Wyo- 
ming, went through snow in the Big 
Horn Mountains, Red Woods and Na- 



tional Forest in California, Painted 
Desert and Petrified Forest in CaliV 
fornia and the Ozarks in Missouri. 
They visited friends in Oregon and 
Texas land relatives in Washington 
andjpalifornia. ^ 
T Mr. and Mrs. Lyle White and Mr. 
and Mrs, Wallace Turpin and famil- 
ies from Galena, 111,, and Mr. and 
-Mrs,- Arthur Bqethner and (family 
from Elizabeth, 'ill,; surprised Mr. 
and Mrs. Russell Nickerson Sunday 



They, presented the Nickerson n with 
a silver tray covered with silver 
dollars arid a beautiful .anniversary 
cake. The Nickersons* friends wish 
them many more happy years to- 
gether, i 

Marck'a ■■ Conservatory of - Music 
at Antioch held its recital at the 
Antioch High School Sunday after- 
noon. Panny Boits of Lake yilia 
particpated in it .j He played the ae- 



on their j 26th wedding anniversary. I cordton, 



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GRACE EVANGELICAL 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Richmond, Illinois 

Harold L. Carlson, Pastor 
Invites you to worship next 

':. 7 7- Sunday ib ^ 
Church School— 9:43 A. M, 7 
Worship Service 11:00 A,E ? 

ITRST CHURCH OP CHRIST 
SCIENTIST, ANTIOOH 1 

IOCS Victoria Street, Antioch, HI, 
Sunday School— 9:30 A. M. 
Sunday Morning Service— 11 A. M, 
Wednesday Evening Service— 8:00. 

A reading room is maintained at 
the above, address and is open Wed- 
nesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 0; on 
Saturday, 2 to 4. | ,, 

FAITH EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Antloeh, Illinois 

R. P. Otto, Pastor 

Phone UNderhill 2-3702 

Worship and Sunday School are 
conducted at IS. Main si, Antloeh: 
Sunday Worship— 9:00 A. M.- 
Sunday School— 10:00 A. M. 
JVialtors Alw ay s Wel come ' 
COMMUNI TY M cgMODlflT— 
CHURCH 7 ■ . 
Lake Villa, Illinois 

Rev. Gerald Robinson, Pastor 

Sunday: 9:30 and 11:00 Service of 
Worship. % 

9:30 Church School. 

Women's Society Meeting, 1st 
Tuesday at 12:00 Noon. 

Martha Circle: 3rd Wednesday at 
12:30 P. M. 

Naomi Circle. 2nd Monday at 
8:00 P. M. 

Rebecca Circle: 1st Monday at 
8:80 P. M. 

Methodist Men: 2nd Tuesday at 
7:00 P. M. 

Intermediate Fellowship: Friday 
at 7:00 P. M. 

Senior Fellowship: Sunday at 
7:00 P. M. 

Choirs: Adult, Thursday at 7:30 
P. M.; High School, Wednesday at 
7:00 P. M. 

Junior Choir: Friday at 3:15 PM. 

Cherub Choir: Saturday at 10:00 
A. M. 

Pastor's Confirmation Class- 
Saturday at 10:00 A* M. 



BIBLE CHURCH 
Cedar Lake Bd. & Highland Terrace 
Round Lake Beach, Illinois 
Rev. James A; Watt, Pastor 
1319 W. Holliiis Road f ; : 
Round Lake, Illinois 
Phone KI: 0-3023 I 
30:30 A. M.— Sunday School } m 
11:00 A. M.— Morning Worship 
0:00 P. M.— Young People 7 
7:00 P. M.— Evening ^Worship ! 
Women's Missionary Society, 1st 
& 3rd Friday Evenings, 8 P. M. 



PEACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Wlunot, Wis. '-':■■' 
R. P. *Otto, Pastor 
8:30 A. M^Sunday School • 
10:30 A, M.-^Worship Service v 
M We Preachlthe iCrucif led and 
Risen Christ 



THE CHURCH OF ST. IGNATIUS 
.7 OP ANTIOOH 

The Hey. Ediriorid E. Hood, -Rector 

Richard .E. Landau, Lay Leader 

^Telephone 052 7 J ; 
: Sundays: 7 

8:00 A. M,— Holy Eucharist 
49:30 A. M.— Church School 
11:00 A. M.— ^ ' 

Holy Eucharist, First and Third 
7 Morning Prayer, Second & Fourth 

Weekdays: 
Wednesdays 7:00 A. M. — 

Holy Eucharist, '£ 
Fridays 9:00 A. M.— Holy Eucharist 



TRINITY ^EV^IiCTHERAN 
CHURCH OF LONG LAKE 
Alfred Langhough, Pastor 7 
- Carel 'Foss,'yyouthi Director and t 

ItParish Worker 
Tel. KI 8-1090 KI 0-4733 

Sunday School— 9:15 land ill A. Bl 
Morning Worshlp^-0il6? and H.-- 



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Antloeh Chapter O. E. S. 

Antloeh Chapter No, 428, Order 
of^the Eastern Star — meetings at 
Masonic Temple, second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month. 7 t,(tf) 



.THE METHODIST CHURCH 
OF ANTIOOH 

Rev. Wallace Anderson, Minister 
First Worship Service— 9:30 A Jl 
ChurchSchool — fl?an-A in. % 

Second Worship Service— 11 A. MT 

A nursery, is provided for the 11 
o'clock service.' ■' 

-Regular activities of Christian 
-fellowship for different age and in- 
terest groups are an ongoing part of 
the church life, For information, 
please phone Antloeh 772. 



HICKORY SCHOOL i 
Rte, 4ff, % mile north of Rte. 173 
Rev. Gilbert L. Howe 
Sunday Service 7:30 p.m. 45 P 
Prayer Service Wed., 7:30 p.m./ 
Everyone welcome. ^ 
i Denominationally unaffiliated. 



THE METHODIST CHURCH 

Spring Grove, HI.. 
Pastor, Hugh W. GUlllan . 
Church School— 9.30. 
Mr. HusserGardinerrSuptr— r- 
Organ, Meditation— 10:45- 
Mr. Bernard Holliday 
Morning Worship— 11:00 




CONGREGATION AM ECHOD 

330 N. Sheridan Rd., Waukegan, Dl. 

Majestic 3-3722 
Services: 
Friday Evening — 8:30 P. M. 
Saturday Morning— 9:00 A. M. 
Sunday Morning — 9:00 A. M. 
Weekday Mornings — 7:15 A. M 



ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Antloeh, III. — Tel, 274 
Rev. Alfred Henderson, Pastor 
Fr. Francis Johnson, Asst. Pastor 
Sunday Masses: 0:00 - 7:30 - 9:00 
- 10:00 - 11:00 and 12:00. 
Weekday Masses — 8:00 A. M. 
Catechism Class for Children — Sat- 
urday morning at 10 o'clock. 
Inquiry Class Tuesday and Thurs- 
day, 8 P. M. 

Confessions — Saturday afternoons 
and evenings from 4 until 5:45 
and from 7:30 until 9 o'clock. 



LAKELAND BAPTIST CHURCH 

1% miles west of Lake Villa 

on Grand Avenue 
Rev. Dale Van Hovel, Pastor 

Sunday School— 10:00 A. M. 
Worship Service — 11:00 A. M. 

Bible Study Session, Wednesday, 
8:00 P. M. 

Choir Practice Thurs., 8:00 P. M 

Women's Missionary Society, 3rd 
Monday of month. 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Cedar Lake Road, 

Round Lake, Illinois 

Rev. C. Wayne King 

KI 0-1841 

9:30 A. M. — Sunday School 
11:00 A. M.— Worship Service. 



PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH 
Lake Villa, Illinois 
Rev; David J. Lynch, Pastor 
( Phone EL 0-7915 
Sunday masses at 8, 9, 10, and 11. 
There will be confessions on Sat- 
urdays from 4 to 5 and from 7 to 8. 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 

MHIburn, Illinois 
Rev. L. H. Messersmith, Pastor 
Sunday School 10 A. M. 
Preaching Service — 10 A. M. 
Pilgrim Fellowship— 7 P. M. 



CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST, 
L. D. S. 

Chain O* Lakes Branch 

Meetings In Liberty vlHe Temple 

Dr. Calvin P. Midgley, 

Presiding Elder 

"The Glory of God Is Intelligence" 

Priesthood Meeting — 9 A. M 
Sunday School — 10 A. M. 
Sacrament Service — 0:30 P. M 



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ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Renehan Rd., Round Lake, Illinois 

(Missouri Synod) 

Herman C. Noll, Pastor 

"We Preach Christ Crucified" 

Worship Service — 10:15 A, M. 



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Make Honor 
Kdl||At Central i 

i A" report for, the first nine r weeks! 
jot -school iat Salem Central ; High] 
School lists 53.'vsiudents on the] 
honor roll, = - ' ■ H ^ 

■ They are: 

SENIORS — Judy Epping.^Marlej 
Gohlke, IKathleen Lulling, Sharon! 
Norfleet, Joyce Olson, Judith lOlson, 
Jerry Rasmussen, Jacquelyn Rlce^ 
Aileen Terry and William Weiriholtz 

JUNIORS — Gary Dix, Louise: 
Cook, Sharon Herda, Joanne Hrnci- 
rik, -Charlene Harris, Betty jRau, 
Edna Mae Kasteri, Phyllis Grumm, 
Richard ! Neii, Eugene I Schulz and 
Marjory fWiedrich andiHelen Kraus. 

SOPHOMORES — James Barthel, 
Thomas ;Btfkelaijd Martha Eberle, 
Barbara Epplng,; Janet 'Faber,;Kath-; 
leen Ling, Gale Flasehner,! ,Nenl 
Meier, Pamela Miller, Kenneth Pal- 
men, Mary Sabin, Thomas! Straulin, 
Carol Vojtech and Susan Weinholtz. 
and Diane"Halbach. " : '"T 

FRESHMEN. Laura > Altergott; 
Gloria 'Beck, Bruce Benedict, Diane 
Cook, JPllliam Couch, Nicholas Dan- 
iels, Judith Erickson, Mary Getka, 
Mary Gleason, Nancy Krahn, Betty 
Magwitz, Marilyn Martell, Marjorie 
Mills, Leonard Muehleison, Gary 
Nau, Janice Nofrey, Karen Norfleet, 
Darrell Pofahl, Diane Reiter, Arlene 
Schmidt, Lewis Williams, Virginia 
Wisocki and Richard Zietz. 



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East- West Tollway 
Unit Opens Friday 

At 6 p. m # tomorrow night the en- 
tire 28-milo East- West Tollway will 
be opened to the public, just 18 
months after the start of construc- 
tion. 

The East- West Tollway at its west 
end connects directly with Route 30 
west of Aurora and at the east end 
with the Congress Street Express- 
way to First Avenue" in Maywood. 
Thus 35 miles of continuous express- 
way travel will be available to the 
public on November 21. 

The opening brings the total of the 
Illinois Tollway now open to traffic 
to 149 miles, This includes the 76- 
mile Northwest Tollway from O'- 
Hare Airport to South Bcloit and 
38 miles of the Tri-State Tollway 
from Golf Road (Rt. 58) north to 
the Wisconsin line, including a di- 
rect connection with Edens Express- 
way at the Lake-Cook county line. 
The balance of the 187-mile tollway 
system will be opened by the end 
of the year. 



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In the ihaw, and which wa» later 
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Valentino, Ii now among the 
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Cot. Cody's weapon when he 
-first won fame as a buffalo 
hunter was the Sharp's rifle. 
Specimens of this rifle are, 
among the Village's exhibit 
showing the complete evolu- 
tion of hand-weaponi. 



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Pioneer Village, com* 
prising 20 buildings 
on a two-block area, 
Is located an U.S. 
Highway 6 and U. S.< 
34. It Is viewed each 
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Mrs. Frank Edwards, Correspondent 
., Phone Elliot 6^3323 



(Written tov^mcekot *Noy. 13) | 

The^69th annual ichickeh dinner 
and bazaar apbnsorediby the Ladies' 
Aid last Frldayrwaa very successful. 

The-Fuh-Nite for ithls Thursday;; 
evening has been postponed until 
next week. w? ^ ^ 3 

The Study sGroup will meet 
Thursday morning, Nov. 13, at 9a.' 
m. at the home of Mrs. Verlon 
Groves at Druce Lake. , 

Rev. and Mrs. iL. H. Messersmlth 
left Sunday for Fa'rnum, Nebr. They 
plan to be back the latter part of 
tKe; week. The trip >was made be- 
cause of the condition of Mrs. Mes- 
sersmith's mother, Mrs. Ora Davis. 

Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hauser spent 
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. 
Raymdndn Hauser at Menomenee, 
Mich. -^ ; I v y •: 

Mrs. Leo Stanczak and- Mrs. Wil- 
liam Burke "'"■ of Waukegan called at 
the home of Mrs. Lyman Bonner a 
week ago Thursday. ;'\ ^ - 

f Mrs. Harley Clark & sons, John, 
Glenn ; and' Bob were supper guests 
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fontaine 



of Gurnee Sunday evening. ^ W j 
, Mrs. William Paulsen and tchU-j 
dren <speht Tuesday with Mrs. Paul-; 
sen's sister, Mrs. Edward -Bliss lot 
Bellewood.. v; ' --^ "- -. 7: '■& \ 
Mrs. • Jacob Kaluf and Mrs, Frank 
Edwards were SUijdoy supper guests 
at ithe John Edwards home in liib- 
ertyvllle.; . - /-.' 

• Mr. Ira Beebe of Attica, Ind., spent 
Saturday at the home of Mrs. . Har- 
ley Clark. ; ~ i. 

Miss Judy Paulsen of Evanston 
Hospital spent a few ^Saya with 'her 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Paul- 
sen. U^ : .-' j k : ' 

Phillip McDonald and soii of Rock- 



ford spent Saturday with his father* 
A. B. McDonald, ' ? ^ ' 

Mrs, Florence Welch of Gurneo 
was a cWler at the home of Mr. rand 
Mrs. Charles Lucas Monday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas and 
Joseph Strohal called on Mrs. Addle 
Lucas of Wadsworth Saturday after- 
noon, ~2: [ \ r . 7 :/- -__■- _' :"''■ ;i 

Seventeen members and visitors of 
the 'Mert's Club enjoyed a very in- 
teresting and educational tour of the 
Public Service plant at Waukegan 
Monday evening. Refreshments were 
served ofter the tour at the home 
of Mr. and Mrs. Don Truax assisted 
by Mrs. William Paulsen. 









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I love a hand that meets my own 
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A hand that has been short in 
rendering services to others should 
not be stretched out in quest of 
high places. — J. L. Burckhardt. 

Pride and fear are unfit to bear 
the standard of Truth, and God will 
never place it in such hands. — Mary 
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Free as the breeze and un- 
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Q. !* •leetrk hooting eloentf 

A. 1 1 'b justae clean as electric light ! 
You eee, it ueea no fuel— tfaere'e noth- 
ing to burn, no open flames. And with 
nothing burning, then'* no smoke 
or eoot to create dirt. 

Q. Done H mafco any noleoT 
A. Radiant Electric Heating is ab- 
solutely silent. There are no moving 
parte, nothing running. No furnace 
noise. 

Q. How about comfort control? 
A. Radiant Electric Heating doesn't 
compromise on comfort. Separate 
thermostats in each room let you 
choose the exact degree of heat you 
need. You can keep the bathroom 
at 80°, while the living room is 72% 
and the bedrooms are set for per- 
fect sleeping comfort at an even 65°. 

Q. Is electric hosting complkatod 
to operate) f 

A* It's as easy as tuning your radio. 
All you do is set the thermostats 
to the temperature you want. Radi- 
ant Electric Heating does the rest, 
automatically, 

Q. How doos It fool? 

A. It's a deep-down penetrating 
warmth that feels just like the sun! 
You see, Radiant Electric Heating 
warms objects in the room directly. 

Q. What doos It look like? 

A. Radiant Electric Heating is 
available in various forms. It can 
be a compact baseboard installed 
along the base of exterior walls and 
painted to match the room. It can 
be embedded in the floor or ceiling 
(only the wall thermostat is visible). 
Or it can consist of radiant glass 
panels, installed in the walls. 

Q. How much do I pay for a Radi- 
ant Uectrlc Heating System? 

A. In the majority of cases, a Radi- 
ant Electric Heating system will 
coat less to install than conventional 
flame-type systems. Of course. In- 
sulation and storm doors and win- 
dows are,, a necessary part of any 
Electrically Heated Home (Com-. 
moii wealth Edison does not recom- 



mend electric heating for a home 
without them). But. you need no 
chimney, no hot water pipes or 
radiators, no furnace, no fuel stor- 
age space. And Radiant Electric 
Heating tekes no usable floor 
space. 

O. How about upkeep? 

A. With modern Radiant Electric 
Heating there are no moving parts, 
nothing to get out of order. Noth- 
ing to adjust, nothing to clean. As a 
result, the upkeep is just a fraction 
of what you'd pay to keep a conven- 
tional heating system in operation. 

Q. Want air conditioning, too? 
A. If you want both electric heat- 
ing and air conditioning in one unit, 
you'll want the wonderful new Heat 
Pump that both heats and cools 
electrically. With this all-electric air 
conditioning system, the air in your 
home is warmed or cooled to the 
exact temperature you select, fil- 
tered clean* gently and quietly cir- 
culated to every room. The Heat 
Pump is a compact unit that can 
be installed in the basement or 
crawl space to deliver fully con- 
ditioned air through ductwork to 
every room in your home. And just 
as with Radiant Electric Heating, 
there are no flames, no fumes — 
nothing to disturb your absolute 
peace of mindl 

Q. What happens If the 
electricity goes off? 

A* If the electricity ever did go off. 



the electric heating would go off, 
too. But so would every other kind 
of automatic beating. Even fuel- 
type heating sys t em s depend upon 
electricity for operation. 

a. Is ft safe? 

A. It's fully as safe as the electric 
light you're reading this by. With 
electric heating in your home you'll 
enjoy a wonderful new peace of 
mind. There's nothing to escape* 
.drip, leak t smell or boil over. 

Q. What's this I hoar about a 

special electric heating rate? 
A. Recently, Commonwealth Edi- 
Boir»and Public Service Company 
put into effect a new electric heat- 
ing rate that cuts the cost of heat- 
ing with electricity about 30%. This 
new rate, together with now devel- 
opments in heating equipment and 
better standards of home insulation, 
puts electric heating well within the 
means of most new home buyers. 
As a result, new electric heating has 
been specified for more than 900 
homes and apartments. 

Q. How much doos it cost to 



A. Operating costs of electric heat- 
ing obviously will vary according 
to the size and type of home and 
family living habits. Commonwealth 
Edison and Public Service Com- 
pany, or your home builder, will be 
glad to provide electric beating esti- 
mates based on the specifications of 
the home you plan to build or buy. 




Q. Where can I learn mora about electric heating? 

A* You can get more information by phoning your nearesf. 
Commonwealth Edison or Public Service Company office. 
Or you can see new Electrically Heated Homes now being 
featured by progressive builders In the Chicago area. 



Remember, electric heating i* available now! Theria no waiting litt and no 
permits are needed/ So if a new home is on the horizon for you, look into 
the modern miracle of electric heating. After all, doesn't' It make sense to 
get the advanced heating in your new home that you've always hoped 
would be available someday? 



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'Name ; Description Ass'd Vat 

Steve P. Holowach W 133 

y:;;Do- ~- r -:. ■> .a 334 

Robert J. Stef fan 135, 

Do ^ 136 

Curt A. 6z L. Rosemann 137 

4& ^."Anderson! 138 

Miss Eileen Hirsch 130 



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William & Irene Delaney 140 

Ernest Kunze 141 

John & S. Knych 142 

^ Do . 143 

William Bilz m 144. 

Elmer H. Reschetz • 145 

George Sass = v 145 

Do, 147 

John Rampp 148 

< X)o- 149 

Frank J. Fielder 100 

MikeNowasod 151 

Lester B. Faber 152 

Do 153 

M. J, Weinzimmer . 154 

Do - W'.-m, 155 

I. & Helen Okrzeslk ISO 

po 157^ 

Ghas, 8c Anna Buscb Sr. '158 

Arthur 6e Marie Oetting- 

er w ^ 159 

% ^Do 160 

George & Freda Feader 181 

Do 162 

Do 163 

David W. Wallen: 164_ 

David W. Wallen 165 

David W. Wallen 166 

Robt W. 8c Marg. L. 

Earth 187 

Do 168 

Rbt. W. 6e Marg. L. Berth 169 

David W. Wallen 170* 

Do 171 

Do 172 

Do .173 

Do 174 

Ernest H. Glenn 175 

Paul A. Erickson 176 

Chas. M. Smith 177 

C. S. Pavey 178 

Lakes Center Realty Co. A 

Do B 

Do C 

Do D 

Do £ 

Do F 

Do G 

Do H 

Chas. M. Smith I 

C. W. Elliott- & V. M. 

Jackson, J 

J. Ernest Brook K 

Lakes Center Realty Co. L 

GOLF VIEW SUB. 

, Geo. T. Weltzer Jr. 1 

George T. Weltzer Jr. 2 

James W. & M. L. Kelly 3 

James W. & Mary L. Kelly 4 

Julius Hanke 5 

Do 6 

John Keefe 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

Jas. H. Keefe 10 

John Keefc 11 

Do 12 

Mrs. Mary Sefafinski 13 

Mrs.' Mae Buckley 14 

Marie E. Fitzpatrick 15 

Do 16 

John Clifford 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Do E% *20 

Raymond Dahl W.& lot 20 

& all 21 

Do ' 22 

Marie Fitzpatrick 23 

Do 24 

GRAND BLUFF 

BLOCK 1 

James Herman 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

William L. Brlggs 5 

Mid-West Fishing 6c 

Hunting Club 6 
Mrs. Ardis Anzinger 
Robert Johnson 6c Bertha 
Johnson 

BLOCK 2 
Mrs. A. Krizenecky 
Elsie Schaudt 
Thos. L. Kuchler 
Arthur Flatt (ex S 3 ft) 
Earl 6s Helen Barnes S 3 

ft lot 4 6s lot 5 
W. G. Dvork 

Do 
Arthur Madrow 
Harry D, Green 
Max A. Pioch 



200 

3830 

4060 

200 

200 

3140 

3140 

3140 

250 

200! 

3690 

3690 

4310 

0060 

250 

250 

5290 

4100 

4720 

3300 

250 

250 

2400 

870 

4360 

3620 

4100 
250 

7400 
250 
250 
200 
250 
200 

200 

20a 

250 
250 
250 
250 
200 
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200 
250 
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250 
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250 
250 
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200 
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250 
250 

250 
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250 

330 
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330 
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330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

162Q 
11060 

1220 
170 

10290 

330 

2480 

330 



Name I "Description ' -'Au'd y«l.j 

588 ft th NEly at an angle 1 
of \75 deg a jdifit of 162.8 

, : .Si ioa pt .on -. E ' In sd 3ot 
th N on E In sd lot a dist 

of *2i85|ftrt&ai>twh% —\ 
16,15 ft S of NE cor sd 
lot th Wly adlst of 47.75 
fttoipfcon^Wlylnsdlot 
li;34 ft SWly on NW 
cor ssd ^lbt sth ^SWly on 
Wly In 3d ^lot 110.06 ft 
th Ely 9 ft th SWly pari 
to Wly In sd lot to FOB 

pt lot 4 -;'y.3 6140! 

Frank J. Nejdl pt dof com ' A 

on S In 10 ft ?NWlyJof r 

SEly cor ad lot th NWly ■■] 

alg Sly In sd lot 68 ft / 
th NEly at an angle of 

101 deg 51' -SE to^NBi : ; ^ 

1523 ft to E toad lot th #- 
S alg E In sd lot 151.2 

ft th SEly 30.6 ft to P- : 

OB U 4^ 7840 
GRASS LAKE HIGHLANDS 

Johanna D. Smith ::"■■ ,1% ?330 

Do 2 '330 

Do 3^ 330 

Do 4 3580 

Do fl ■ 330 

Harry B. Larsen 8 4730 

Evelyn Aiuell. . , 7 810 

Do 8 8160 

AntoaKrlstof 9 330 

Do 10 330 

Eben Sherwood 11 330 

C. Naset 12 330 

Carl E. Reichenbach = 13 330 

Do 14 330 

Flore Mazzone 10 330 

Do 16 330 

Do 17 330 

Do 18 3010 

Do 19 330 

Mathew Piccolo 20 3440 

E. 6c I. Sherwood Jr. 21 330 
Mary Eliza Sherwood 22 2120 
Fred Dittmer 23 3010 
Raymond C. Renga 24 2120 

Do 25 690 

Carl E. Reichenbach 26 330 

Frank Samborski 27 330 

Carl E. Reichenbach 28 330 

Do 29 330 

Do 30 330 

Do 31 330 

1 Do 32 330 

A. W. Margaret Saeger 33 330 

Max Gregor 34 330 

Harold Densmore 35 330 

Carl E. Reichenbach 36 330 

Catholic Bishop of Chgo. 37 330 

Carl E. Reichenbach 38 330 

Do " 39 330 

Fred Dittmer 40 330 

Mildred E. Ahrens 41 2810 

Do 42 330 

Edward L. Reynolds 43 330 

Paul J. Cynowa 44 1430 
Paul J. & Hattie J, 

Cynowa 45 330 

L. Peduzzi & C. Merry man 46 4460 

Do 47 330 

F. A. Satter 48 330 
Lucy Peduzzi 49 330 
GRICE'S LAKE CATHERINE SUB. 



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19 

,20 

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22 
23 
24 



1 410 

2 410 

3 410 

4 410 

5 7290 

6 8940 

7 2340 

8 4880 



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7 
8 
9 
10 



John 8c Margaret Bahlau 11 



A. L. Schenk 12 

Valentine Lindgren 13 

J. R. Russo lot 14 8c N Vz IS 
Daniel F. Maras S% lot 

15 & all 
Paul V. Ballenger 
Harry E. Schill 
D. A. Fitzgerald 
Nason E. Sibley 
James Herman 

GRAND VIEW SUB. 
BLOCK 1 
Robert J. Coombs 
Charles K. Tinker 
Edward Mraz 
John Angeloff 
Frank Smith 
W. H. Solomon 

Do . 
William F. Brandenburg 
David G. Buck 
Edward Cepak NEly 30 ft 
James C. Chaltin SWly 20 
ft lot 3 also (ex SWly 25 
ft 
John Gaa SWly 25 ft lot 4 

6s all lot 
Jack Sebasta 

BLOCK 3 
Nell G. Oehmig 

Do 
Rose Dolar 
Paul Blatz 
Joseph Starman SEly 25 ft 5 
Paul Blatz (ex SEly 25 ft 5 
Joseph Starman 6 

BLOCK 4 
Peter 8c Carrie C. Blcanic 1 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
1 
2 
3 



W. O. Zinn 1 5460 

Leslie Sullivan 2 5460 

George O. Baryd 3 330 

Do 4 330 

Do (ex S 15 ft) 5 250 

Albin Kaskie S 15 ft lot 5 

also 6 4070 

Henry Dajc 7 330 

Do 8 330 

Henry J. Ruggles lot 9 & 

N 5 f t lot 10 3230 

Wm. Waldweiler (ex N 5 

ft) lot 10 2750 

Harry Weiland all lot 11 

8c N% lot 12 9990 

Alka M. Johnson S4& lot 

12 6c aU lot 13 9990 

John Samuelevich < 14 330 

Do 15 250 

W. O. Zinn N% E 24 ft B 2S0 
Leslie Sullivan S% E 24 f t B 250 
Elmer Cress park C 280 

■ GROVELAND PARK 
BLOCK 1 
A. Schroeder 
Alex Hoffman 
Do 
Do 
Do 
A. Schroeder 

Do 
Mrs. Mary Colucio 
A. Schroeder 
Bert Storinger 

Do 
Joseph M. Pavese 

Do 
A. Schroeder 

Do . 
Wayne Foreman 
Grace Gillette 
Chas. J. Schuett 

Do 
F. E. Sedlack 

Do 
Geo. Brandon 8c Norbert 

Moore 22 

Geo. Brandon 6s N. Moore 23 
George Brandon 6s N. 
Moore 
Do 
A/L. Peterson 
Rudolph Strametz 

BLOCK 2 
Paul Portwich 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Joseph, .Marx 

Do 
Joseph M. Pavese 
4 5620 Abney Armstrong 
Leona Devich 
7870 Do 

4270 Louise Buttner 12 

Fred Marshall 13 

Frank Lausch 14 



9900 
4130 
8220 

4540 

8960 
1490 
16570 
1650 
5290 
6260 
6800 
5780 
0770 
7220 

13760 
3710 
3710 
4130 
9630 
165Q 



3440 
6880 
4540 
4470 
4270 
910 
4270 
4540 
4060 
3320 



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26 
27 

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5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



330 
330 
6460 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

5280 
330 

330 
330 
330 
330 



IName^ DejeripWon 
Francis J. Fitzsimmons 
Fred Hawkins 

'Do-.;t : :'^--rV^ 
Lillian G. Ackerman 
Ethel 'Baker 
Mrs. Ethel Baker 

Do ^ 4;--v: 

^BLOCK 4 .';; 
Charles Reed 

.'DO: ; "'. - - 

Lillian G. Ackerman 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
; vfD61 

Do :■;.- - f 

Mrs. Pansy Dahle ' 
Lillian G. Ackerman ' 

John Richert Jr. 
John J. 6c Pauline Lv- :, 

Gayda ■ 
Steven & Eugenia Reed 
Do 

Do --, *g : .'± :_.\ ,:-:: ^ 

Max Kochanski 

Do '> ---". . 

'.Do*. i-.H' 

. Hio • 
Fred Faust 
Richard Fishcer 

BLOCK 5 

Jos. Anzinger Jr. (ex com 
at pt 30 ft E of NW cor 
thof th S-187-% ft Jh E 
120 f t th N 62% ft to pt 
th NEly to pt on N In sd 
I6t 1 sd.pt being 150 ft 
E.of POB th W 150 ft to 
POB) 6c (ex com at pt 
30 ft E & 187^ ft S of 
NW cor sd lotTth E 120 
ft th S to N In lot 13 in 
sd blk 5 th Wly alg Nly 
In lots 11-12 & 13 to W 
In sd lot 1 th N on sd W 
In 107 ft th E 30 ft th N 

-62% ft to FOB) 

Arthur C, Anderson com 
at pt 30 ft E of NW cor 
th S 187% ft th E 120 ft 
th N 62% ft to pt th 
NEly to pt on N In sd lot 
1 sd pt being 150 ft E of 
POB th W 150 ft to POB 1 

Russell Halvorsen com at 
pt 30 ft E 8c 187% ft S 
of NW cor sd lot 1 th E 
120 ft th S to N In ldt 13 
in sd blk 5 th Wly alg 
Nly In lots 11-12 8c 13 
to W In sd lot 1 th N on 
sd W In 107 ft th E 30 ft 
th N 62% ft to. pob 

Edmund Burke 
Do 

Fred FaUst 

Everett Smith 

Fred Faust 

Eugene J. Zmidzinski 

E. J. Zmidzinski 
Do 

Chester L. Bortnick 

Chas. J. Schuett 
Do 
Do 

Jos. Anginger Jr. 

Lillian G. Ackerman 
Do 

A. Schareder 

Oscar Kyberg 

Mayme Forsman 

BLOCK 6 
Kenneth W. Schuett 
Chas. J. Schuett 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Helmuth Schuett 

Do 

Do 
H. L. Grant 

Do 
Mayme Forsman 

Do 
Helmuth Schuett 
Ruth Dittmer 
Elenor 8c Aug. Fisher 
Leo 6c Eva Allen 
Philip A. Falsone 
Vernon 8c Leona Moebus 
Margareth Bengsch 
Chas. J Schuett 
Mrs. Mary Calucio 

Do 
Mrs. F. Foresman 

Do 
Stanley Zoza 

Do 
Harry J. Gary 

Do 
Michael J. Trausch 

Do 



Ass'dVal 



1330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
2810 



1 


^330, 


2 


2810 


3 


330 


4 


330! 


5X 


330: 


8 


330i 


7 


330 


8 


330 


9 


330; 


10 


500 


11 


1500 


12 


000; 


13 


500 


14 


^000 


16 


.3940 


16 ;-■; 


500 


17 


^000 


18 


6040 


19 


500 


20 


m 


21 


^330 


22 


330 



1 4820 



3330 



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5 
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12 
13 
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18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



30 
31 



4410 

2650 

330 

330 

330 

2340 

1160 

3870 

500 

2980 

500 

500 

2980 

500 

500 

330 

330 

330 

330 



Name i Description | ^fjwM Val.i 

HEART O LAKES SUB. : 
Frank -J^Slaby L^ m ;^50 ■ 250] 
Richard & i ;Rita Endean i 01 3340 
Homer S. Parker MD -S ' ! 62 -.: 3800; 
Raymond J. Teml ^ ^63-3690! 
Bruce E. Appanaitls 84 6030: 

Erich & Elaa Kirschke 65 1630 
Ray White r^ 66 : 2040: 

Lee C. : Grantham L 67 2040 

John 8i Mary Schroeder 88 2730' 
Emil Charvat ' 69 2040^ 

R^Oheterbok 70 4490 

Ed. G. Smith J71 - 3890; 

Mrs. Minnie Smith, 72 !250 ; 

^Do^ / %.. m moi 

Do 74 £00j 

iDo 75 : 330: 

JohnMarkhom 89 6810 

Chas. F. Black -.- r -, '90 5280, 
Elmer C. Backmanr a.- 91 4890 
Albert E, Roussin J ?W- 92 3100 
OttoG. Pertle 93 3100 

George Lathom 94 3360 

James Kan k« 95 3910 

JdPitegerald • 96 6770 

H.vR#ehrs. . 97: 3800 

Raymond F. Bruesch v 98; 3800 
Frank B.Long 99 2730 

.tDo 100 580 

Andrew M. Llnssens _ '101 4170, 
Paul Kruk i 102 3670 

John Winski 103 2370 

Joseph Kanka . 104 200 

Do 105 9600 

Do m 106 250 

Norman Christiansen 107 6030 
George Gorski - 108 3630 

Do ' 109 250 

Dominick Tlscornia 110 200 

Do - 111 200 

Do 112 580 

Mrs. D. TiscornJa * 113 5370 
Bessie Beall 114 4130 

Mrs. Vera Winski 115 4470 

Clayton A. 6c M. C. Rath 

bone 
• Do 

Do 

J. Hecht 
Joseph G, Hecht 
Joseph Hecht 
T. Slikas 
Arthur Kern 
James Hrdina 

Do 
Bruce Appanitis 
Bruce E. Appanitis 
Joseph Holoubck 
Anthony Esposito 

Do 
Mrs. Minnie Smith 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 3 parks 

HENNESSEY'S PARTITION OF 
TRACT E OF NORTH FOX LAKE 

HEIGHTS 
1st Natl. Bk 8c Tr. Ex. W. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
HIGHWOODS ADDN. UNIT NO. 2 
LAKES CENTER SUB. 



Name Description Ass'dVal, 

D^Mikulasek 128 

MHMikulasek :29 

Elizabeth Meisgeier 30 

Do 31 

Do ; \ 32 

Do i 33 

Do i 34 

Do 35 

Wm.Britz 38 

Elizabeth Meisgeier ' 37 

i Do^ , 38 

Do 39 

Do 40 

M:lDo^- ^41 

r'hDof. 42 

Chas. Kordick 43 

MDoC^ 44 

John & Mary Gurney ^45 ? 

J. P, Gorman 46 

Do^ ^ 47 

Do ^ ^ 48 



116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
137 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



580 

580 

5870 

580 

3280 

580 

5050 

2730 

580 

4290 

580 

5640 

4490 

2730 

2730 

580 

580 

580 

580 

• 250 

690 



280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 



1650 
8250 
6470 
8730 
1400 
1400 
7830 

18650 
3720 
3720 



Emily A. Marek 2 

Emil Ehnke 3 

Jesse B. Miller lot 4 6c SW- 
ly 25 ft 5 5230 
George Anderson NEly 

25 ft lot 5 & all 6 

Jerry Sebesto 7 

WilUam S. Sutton 8 

Wm. & M. Vojta 6c E. 6c 

J. Paul 9 3060 

BLOCK 5 
Fred J. Oehmig 

BLOCK 6 
Leonard P. Kasper 

Do 2 

Mrs. Helena C. Kerner 3 
Herbert Artelt Sr. com at 

a pt on Sly In sd lot 9 ft 

Ely fr SWly cor sd lot 

th SEly alg Sly In sd lot 



5780 
5530 
3060 



830 

2810 

10510 

4040 



330 
330 
3550 
1980 
3850 
2810 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
2340 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
3300 
330 
3030 



Geo. H. 6c Edna Apperley 15 

Do 16 

George A. Apperby 17 

Henry Untz 18 

Lillian G. Ackerman . 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Pat & Catherine Cagney 22 

A. L- Peterson 23 

Elizabeth Anzinger 24 

BLOCK 3 

Louise Buttner 1 330 

Edw. Budoff 2 330 

Do 3 330 

Mrs. Mary Colucio 4 330 

Chas. . Schuett 5 330 

Martin F. Sweeney 6 330 

Do *i 7 330 

James J. Hill 8 330 

Do 9 330 

John Scholl 10 330 

John Ludwig 11 330 

Do 12 330 

Mrs. Rudolph Schober 13 330 

Bertha A. Lund 14 330 

Fred A. Kennedy 15 2370 

Eugene Rawn 16 330 
Geo. H. 6c E. C. Apperley 17 330 



BLOCK 7 
Chas. J. Schuett 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Leo Pietrowski 

Do 
Henry Untz 
Mrs. Anna Mills 
H. H. Untz 

Do 
George Davidson 
Chas. J. Schuett 
Do 
Do " 
Do 
Clarence D. Hinkle ' 
Rudolph Thiel 
William J. Maleck 

Do 
Irwin Nagel 
Emil B. Hagelberg 

Do 
Ralph Dececo 
Do 
Do 
Edwin W. Smith 

Do 
William J. Maleck 
Walter J. Reetz 

Do 
David Rutherford 
Augusta R. Thiel 

BLOCK 8 
Wm. Malecke 
Anton M. Peterson 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 9 
Roy A. Kjillstrand 
Roy A. Kjillstrand 

Do 
Harold Korwin 
John Bitzer 



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3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 



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25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
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2 
3 
4 
5 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

Wm. & Martha Schafernak 6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
830 
330 
330 
330 
330 

4460 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

1 330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 



330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
2810 
330 
330 
330 
330 
3580 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
2120 
2480 
330 
330 
330 
2810 
3220 
2740 
330 
330 
330 

330 
330 
330 
330 
330 



Do 

Lillian G. Ackerman 
A. L, Peterson 
William Bass 
A. L. Peterson 

Do 
Lillian G. Ackerman 



Fox Lake Ralty Co. A 410 

Alonjzy Gronek 1 4540 

Alois Gronek 2 410 

Do 3 410 

Ke nneth Bud nick 4 410 

Do 5 410 

Do 6 410 

Do 7 410 

Michael 6e Ann La Brose 8 410 

Do 9 410 

Do ' ■ 10 410 

Do 11 410 

Harry Hildebrand 12 4670 

T. Piskorz 13 5220 

Fred Reppert 14 410 

Do 15 7010 

Do 16 410 

Frank Potempa 17 5220 

Albert L. Schmolke 18 410 

Do i 19 8980 
A. M. Vanderberg lots 20 
& 21 & th pt of lot 22 
lyg S of A In extdg fr 
Wly In to Ely In equid- 
ist bet N & S Ins of sd 

lot 5530 
Lucille Schrader th pt of 
lot 22 lyg N of a In extg 
fr Wly In to Ely In equ- 
idist bet N 6c S Ins sd lot 

& all 23 3990 

Lucille Schrader 24 410 

William A. Dempter 25 5360 

C. E. Holmes 26 3990 

Theo. A. Risch 27 3990 

E. E. Thorsen 28 410 

Edwin E. Thorsen 29 330 

John Rezner 30 330 

Leonard R. Nelson 31 330 

C. W. Engel 32 330 

Jonas Johnson 33 330 

Victor H. Maylon 34 3660 

Do 35 330 

Frank J. Mueller 36 5280 

Joseph Behles 37 308a 

Adolph Capp 38 330 

Frank Walsch 39 5910 

Do 40 330 

Norbert Koza 41 4190 

C. J. Miller 42 4730 

Esther M. Dahlman 43 330 

Wm. V. Clemens 44 330 

W. H. Quinn 45 330 

R. G. Seelhoff 46 330 

James H. Ozburn 47 250 

James H. O. Ozburn 48 330 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 49 330 

Wm. E. Knudson 58 330 

Fred J. Harris Sr. 51 330 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 52 330 

Fred Harris Sr. 53 4460 

Bert L. Harris 54 4460 

Irene E. Carter 55 330 

Do 56 250 
HILLSIDE SUB. 

Weber & Franzen 1 410 

Do 2 410 

Leo Lay 3 410 

Do 4 410 

John Schmitt 5 410 

Do 6 410 

Weber 6c Franzen 7 410 

Crawford Realty Co. 8 410 

Do 9 410 

Do 10 410 

Howard Schultz ,11 410 

Nicholas N. Weber 12 410 

Arnold Bubbel 13 410 

Do 14 410 

Do 15 410 

330 Howard Schultz 16 4400 
330 Frank B. 6s Lois Reikow- 

2480 ski 17 410 

2480 Do 18 410 

330 Andrew Crescio 19 410 

830 Do 20 4950 

330 Olga Galich 21 410 

330 Do 22 2750 

330 Homer Contu 23 330 

330 Do 24 330 

330 Do 25 330 

330 Do 28 3910 

3301 Do 27 330 



JOSH HBLL SUB. 

B. Peterson 1 

Do ?j 2 . 

Arnold Limbrecht ,° -3 
Philip Schneider ^ 4 

Philip W. Schneider s 5 
Michael Szadziewicz 6 

vDo 7' 

Frank Fay * 8 

Stanley Runac res 9 

Rocco Stacey . 10 

E. K. Loos 11 

Albert Koch 12 

Do , - 13 . 

LiDo"-.: ; . :.'-.— :-... -..' ■-.'■'.-■: : 14.. 

o Do 15 

Mr. and Mrs. A, O. Nelson 16 

Do -_ 17 

Do 18 

Do lj 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Frank D. Ryan 22 

HUXIWOOD SUB. 
Otto N. Koenig lot 1 6c E% 

vac st .1 

Jeanette Phillips 2. 

A. Harold Olsen 3 

AlbinO. Horn 4 

Do 5 

Norman A. Schreiber Tr; 8 
Wm. Condon 7 

Richard D. Eckert 8 

John H. Venable 9 

, Do 10 

Mrs. A. W. Johnson lot 11 

& W% vac st 
John E. Toomey 12 

Harry Arndt 13 

Harry F. Arndt 14 

Do 15 

John Valek 16 

William C. Smith 17 

J. Stanley & W. Condon 18 
Jeanne Klein 19 

State Bank of Antioch 20 
Wm. Johnson 21 

William Johnson 22 

State Bank of Antioch 23 
Do 24 

Valentine Schrimpf 25 

John 8c Eilleen Volek 26 
State Bank of Antioch 27 
Joseph Bozon 28 

State Bank of Antioch 29 
Do 30 

Do lots 31-32-33 (ex 
route 173) 

Do 34 

George & Lois Peterson 35 

Henry R. Palm 36 

Do 37 

Do 38 



330 

330 

330 

330 

330 

1330 

330 

330 

1330 

330 

330 

^330 

3660 

s330 

^330 

2810 

S3301 

330* 

330 

330 

330 

3830 
£500; 

[3830; 

5070 

ffiflOO 

0340 
500 

3860 
500 
800 

2860 
330 

3990 

-330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

2920 
330 
330 

1400 



MMmZ 



37 280 



Name ; ;^i .Description f 

if t th SEly 00 f t to pnt on 

SEly IrTad lot 120:98 ft 

ft NEly coHsdalot^th 

iNEly 120.98 ft to NEly 

cor^sd lot th Wly alg 

;Nly In sd lot to NWly 

-icbnof POB) ipt A'' - • 
M. Kapschall com at NW- 
ly cor sd lot th SWly alg - 

Wly In sd lot 108.40 ft 

th SEly 50 ft to pnt on "v . 

iSEly In jsd lot 120.98 ft ? 

fr NEly cor sd lot th- 

?NEly 120.98 ft to NEly 
'^cbr sd lot th^NWly :alg 

Nly In sd lot lo NWly 

cor 6c FOB pt i . 37 1170 

VINCENT JACKSON'S SUB. 



1 
2 



7060 



1720 



3 11950. 



A. G. Rautenshilda 

Wm, H, 8c Jewell Barron 

Harold Korwin (ex Sly 

40 ft) r 

A. G. Rauthenshilds Sly 

i4oit^ ■ rn^-m 

Charles Bleneman 
LAKES CNTR. GARDENS -UNIT 
NO. 1 LAKES CNTR, SUBS. 
Lakes Center Realty Co. A 4890 
Edw. O. 6c Emir A. Clemens 1 



3 
4 



•4050 
,12400 






8370 

7980 
7470 
3030 
7470 
6370 
9770 
3580 
1820 
830 

4540 

4140 

500 

2560 

4270 

7330 

5030 

500 

500 

500 

500 

500 

500 

500 

7470 

500 

500 

3830 

500 

500 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



JACKSON'S PARK 



William F. Dohnke 1 

.Do 2 

Carl 8c Pearl Huf ins 3 

Aksel Albrechtsen 4 

Julia Schumaker 5 

Do 6 

James Johnson ' 7 

Louis Truby 8 

Dorothy M. Thomas 9 

Do N 50 ft 10 

Mrs. Dorothy Thomas S 50 

ft N 100 ft 10 280 

Simon P. Wolfson (Ex N 

100 ft) 10 

Clarence 8c P. Fehlberg 11 



500 

4190 

550 

5500 

2700 

2700 

550 

2700 

2700 

3410 

560 



Evergreen Bowling Club 12 
Do _ 13 

Wm. P. & J. C. Wetter . 14 
Chas. Maloney 15 

James A. Hedderman 16 
James H. Nicholson 17 

Eric Wanthal 18 

E. Wanthal 19 

Eric Wanthal 20 

Simon P. Walfson 21 

John 8c Olive Davies 22 

Evelyn Kalaczynski adm 23 
Arthur Losand 24 

Eric 8c Olga Anderson 25 
Frank Helinski 26 

H. Jorgensen & M. Adams 27 

28 



Do 

HENRT JACKSON'S SUB. 

Gertrude Hahn 1 

Mrs. Josephine Sanger 2 

Chas. W. Metz 3 

Nathan Banaszewski 4 

Richard C. Kelso 5 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 6 

Henry Jackson 7 

E. Pearson 8 

Do 9 

Mrs. Walter Kerke 10 

Wm. Sichta 11 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 12 
HENRT JACKSON'S GRASS 
LAKE SUB. 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

Michael Trainer 10 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do • 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 



Benjamin E, Werremeyer 18 
Do 19 

Do 20 

Albert Koch 21 

Do 22 

Joseph Goniva 23 

Do 24 

Do 25 

Do 26 

Do 27 

Do 28 

Do 29 

Do 30 

Do 31 

Valcntina Infanti 32 

Wm. & Mary Whelehan 33 
Do 34 

Martin & Ann Galli 35 

Do 36 

Carl Bender (ex com at 
NW cor sd lot th SWly 
alg Wly In sd lot 106.40 

o 



Thos. F. Mc Andrew 
Wm. F. Hannon 
May M. Keys - 
E.J.Driie 

Do " / 

?Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Ray H. Breuer lots 11.6 
Theodore Keslcki 
. Do 

Roy 8c Linda Whitehouse 
Roy Whitehouse 

Do 
Roy Whitehouse 

Do 
Charles E. Williams 
Henry J. Erzig 

Do ' 
Mike & Julia Lasch 

DO 
Frank W. Walsh 

Do 
Mrs. Sophia E. Beck 
R. G. Seelhoff 
Wm. J. Garrity 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 

Do " 

Do 

Do . 

Do 
Raymond G. Brausam 

Do 
Rudolph & Vivian Brau- 

som 

Do 
Rev. A. Havlicek 
Frank E. Doroba 
Henry Miller 
Richard & Lorraine Cerk 
Edwin Feicht 
Thos. F/McAndrew 
Wm. J. & Helen Hodous 

Do 
Arthur Etchingham 
Jos. Groh 
f*S Adam M. Freer 
«SSS Viola Peterson, c/o L, F. 
2 SS Erbach 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Wm. F. Willert 
R. & M. Brausam 
Rudolph 6c M. Brausam 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
DDo 
Do 
Frank G. Alex 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Rudolph Stimpfl 
Do. 
Do 
Do 
Samuel Guard! 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
R. & M. Brausam 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Leo Weinand 
Leo P. Weinand 

Do 

Gustav & Clara A. Kobelt 93 

Do 94 

Josephine Hey wood 95 

Robert A. & J. Heywood 96 

Edw. O. & Emir A. 

Clemens 

Do 

Wm. A.. Robt. G. & Don 

Phillips 
Wm., Robt. & Don 
Phillips 
Do 
Thomas Michno 

-Do 
Herman C. Reimer 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
John & Freda India 
John India 

Do 
Carmelo Lo Cicero 

Do 
J. P. Moffat, c/o J. R. 

Thompson 
M. Cwiklinski 
Alfred D. Kilbey 
Otto Kraft 
Otto Kraft 
John India 
John Meyer 
Joe Fernandez 
John Yopp 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
John T. Michno 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Steven Kurdish 
Do 



830 
2730 
3470 

250 
2730 
2730 
2730 
2730 

250 
1320 
3870 

250 
3190 
3660 
3120 
6050 
3990 
1220 
2810 



2960 

2070 

280 

3070 

3500 

280 

280 

3030 

280 

280 

280 

280 



23 

/H 

26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50. 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 



97 



200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
250 
250 
250 
250 
200 
6690 
250 
250 
250 
2860 
2730 
250 
250 
2590 
3000 
250 
250 
250 
870 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 



4380 

250. 

250 

250 

250 
3690 

250 

250 
3550 

250 
3930 

250 

250 

250 
250 

3510 
250 
250 
250 

5610 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
239- 
250 
250 

4540 
250 
940 

6600 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 

9050 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
3140 
5060 
250 

250 

250 



99 250 



4090 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
5090 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 



100 
101 

102 
103 

104 
105 
106 
107 
108 



113 

114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 



120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

132 

133 

134 

135 

136 

137 



250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 
1680 
5380 

250 

250 

250 

250 
2730 
250 
4310 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 



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THE ANTIOCH NEWS. ANTIOCH. ILLINOIS 




ftTOTflaDiAY. NOVEMBER 20; 1968 




. 



(continued from 'preceding page) 

Name Dcscriplion gWdVal 

Loretta i''{& Helen Weir 
I ■ Leeslcy Nurseries ■ 
; Alfred iLohse i.li!" 
^Unknown 

' looixte ; ;=?- : 

Society, of the (Divine 
Word: 

Do ■ :. -, 

i Frank A. Muller,^ jr. if- : 
i Sooiety'Iof the Divine - 
: Word 

Do 

; Peter jArentz! 

;do-;^- v^j 

r Fox take 'Realty * 
>Tox Lake Realty Co. S! 
; Wmi F; Scholz;! ^ !* 
: Wallace Nelson *----, 
:V, AdolphCnpp,. 'Mr. 
I Fox Lake Realty ,Co. 
M Fred.&iSophie Scholz 1 

Fox Lake Realty Co, 

Floririn Surdyk 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Lawrence J. Bresnahan 

: DO . 4= , ^ ■! 

Do -i ! ""- V , T ■ : '' • 
Peter Le Blanc 
Reino A. Lystllla 

„Do ' ; - 

Fox. Lake Realty Co. 
Joe Fernandez 
EUa E, Nissen 
Fred & Sophie Schultz 
Wm. J. Nissen '- 
Wallace Nelson 
Wallace L. Nelson 
Wallace Nelson 
Tillie 8c Earl Nelson 
Chas. D. Wolbing 
Charles Wolbing 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
F, M. Zeller 
T. R. Messier 
Wm. J. Andree, c/o 
Gerow 



V138 
139 
140 
141 

■.■iis 

-144 

145 



146 

147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
-155 
^166 
^157 
158 
-159 
160 
^161 
162" 
163 
184 
165 
"166- 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 



250, 
250) 

230 

26o; 

260] 

250 
250 
250 

250 
250 

4030 
250 

^250 
250i 
250 ; 
250 
250; 
250 
250 

' 250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 

6850 
250 
250 
250 
250 

3110 
250 
250 

3000 
250 

2730 

2730 
250 
250 
250 
250 




Name ^: ilDajcrlplion 
Harry Smith r 

, Do 
}<Do ...... 

Clarence Spiering 
Harry Smiths ^f 
Do ■ *- '%- '-U 
Ada & /James Peterson 

; Do ;^--MM M 

Harold 8c Marion Kleveri 60 

Do '^- : ; .^".:^:iv - Mm 

Mary AC. Wathier ; m52 
Le Roy R. & D. Bennett :?53 

J. M<;Kurz ■ ^54 

Jos. }& rArline Geddes ^55 

Joseph ■& Arline Geddes 56 

Jerry : &_Emma Morgan ; ?57 

Do 58 

LINDEN WOOD 

C. J. Wolf, SVfe >. I ^2 

AM. Wilkinson, >N& , L MZ 

c; J. Wolf m j: S3 

CM^. Wolf, (ex^com at- 

SWly cor sd lot th NEly . 

alg NWly In sd lot 

12.89 ft th' SEly to SEly 

cor sd lot th Wly alg 

Sly In sd lot to pob) ■.-:. 4 
C. J. Wolf, pt lot 4 com at V 

SWly cor lot 4 th NEly 

alg NWly In sd lot 12.89 
. ft th SEly to SEly cor 

sd lot th NWly-alg. Sly. ,. ; ._ 

ln.sd lot to pob also all lot 5 
C J. Wolf, N- 25 ft 6 

Frank N. Bader, (ex 

Zuncher's Cons.) -8 340 

Frank N. Bader, (ex 

Zunchers Cons) 9 

Frank N. Bader 10 

LONG BRIDGE POINT 



330 

330] 

330! 

3000] 

2480! 

330 j 

2480 

330 

3910 

11210 

13220; 

[3220 

12260 

11090 

2480 

2480 

1290 

8320 
8250 
1650 



1240 



3990 
830 



It IDoicrtptlbhli lAM'cl^afi 

pt on In drawn pari to 
' x& 6 It Wly from S In 

lot 30 sd pt being 154 ft 

!Wof)Elnlot 30 th Wly 

alg 3d pari In 62.4 f t th 

[NWlyj?45;8 ft to pt 'on 
S Wly In lot 30 wh is 41 

;ft /NEly from SWly cor 

ithof th NEly to NWly 

jcor lot!31 th Ely alg Nly 

;ln lot h 31 to pt 50.8 ft W 

lof NEicor th ISWly io 

jPOBpt lots 30; & 31 m ,. 
Harry M. La Sota 
Radford E, Dove 
P, A. Wlodkowski M. 
Crawford Realty / 

John & Wanda Walejeskl 35 
Dr. Edwin C. Ringa ? . ^;36 
Jack Rihga i . 37 

Dr.: Edwin C. Rihga , 38 
■ -Do ''t' : -if:- MmM^M MZ9 

i '■: LOTUSWOODS 
Home Bank 8c Tr. Co. Tr. m 

-park '■ I . 
Earl A. Hedo 
Wm, & Dorothy Osburh 
Wm. Osburh 
Lotus .Woods Devi. Co. 

-Do *-■ '■ -m -' 

Do v 
G. & R. Cromptbn & A, & 
T. Klank t - 



31 
32 
33 

34 



3050 

580 

680 

1580 

3060 

4020 

680 

3260 

68a 

680 



INanM Dfscriptloa Ass'd Val.j 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 142 2800 

Walter Schmid 143 

Ann Patterson „ -HM* 

Do 148 

Wilton L. & Alice Benson 146 

Minnie Tobias ~ 147 

George Lossmann (/ 148 

Do "--MM 149 

Do 180 

Carl F. * Pauline Mack 151 



2 
3 
4 

5 

7 



410 
5230 

830 
5230 
5510 

(330 

330 



180 250 
LAKES COUNTRY CLUB SUB. 



Lakes Country Club 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4. 

Do ' 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

. Do 9 

Do - 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do * 14 

Do , 15 

Do 16 

Do " 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Geo. Diamond. Lots 22, 23, 
24, 25 & 26 

E. W. Deppe 

Lake Country Club 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Carroll J. Tresslar 

Lakes Country Club 
Do 
Do 
Do 

2° 

Do 

Do 

Do 
John India 
Lakes Country Club 

Do 
George & Myrtle Wolf 
George Wolf 
Lakes Country Club, 



550 
550 
410 
410 

9760 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

' 410 
410 

8940 
410 
410 



550 
7010 

6600 





12110 


27 


6810 


28 


480 


29 


480 


30 


480 


31 


480 


32 


480 


33 


480 


34 


480 


35 


480 


36 


480 


37 


480 



38 480 Aw Shunneson S V* lot 15 



40 



43 

44 
A 
B 
C 
D 
F 
Park 



480 
480 
480 
480 
550 
550 
960 
550 
280 
10730 
690 
480 



LAKESIDE SUB. 

Knickelbein 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 
15 



18 

19 

20 

Park 



250 

250 

6140 
250 
250 

3990 
250 
250 
250 

6160 
250 

170 

2160 

1210 

3470 

250 

250 

250 

5690 

280 

830 

8470 
4910 



Edward 

Do 2 

Michael 8c E. Wojnowiak, 

Lots 3 & 4 
Marie & Gunner Hansen 5 

Do 
Gunnar Hansen 

Do 
Edward Knickelbein 

Do 

Do 

Do 
David Jghnston, (ex N 

20 ft) 
Carl Cogdill, N 20 ft Lot 

13 and all 
Lillian Forster 

Do 
I. A. Forster 

Do 

Do 
Louise P. Blakeman 

Do 
Sylvia Vistain, (ex NWly 

5 ft) 21 ' 

Louise P. Blakeman, NWly 

5 ft Lot 21 & all Lot 22 
Louise P. Blakeman 23 

LAKE VIEW SUB. 

James L. Preslicka 1 

Albert & Anna Bukin 2 

Joseph Holakovsky 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Elmer Haskinson 6 

Do 7 

Mrs.' M. Burke 8 

James Dunne 9 

Mary K. O'Malley 10 

Frank & Helen Gramer 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

James T. Adams 14 

Do 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Henry Macek 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Charles R. Smith, c/o 

Chas. Cermak 
Harry Beckman 
Do 

Do, Lot 24 8t N& 

Edward J. Hubeny, S46 

Lot 25 and all 
Edward J, Hubeny 
Joseph F. Laper . 
' Edward P. Werner 
Philip Johnson, Lot 30 & 

SVSi 31 5030 
F. Callozzo, Ntt Lot 31 

& all 32 
Frank & Frances Callozzo 33 

Jack Meyer 34 
Anthony L. & C. Waliczek 35 



21 
22 
23 

25 

26 
27 
28 
29 



3780 

3630 

330 

4680 

330 

330 

3220 

330 

3550 

4370 

5160 

1400 

330 

330 

330 

1400 

4080 

330 

4770 

330 

4080 
330 
330 

4680 

3720 
330 
330 

4080 



George W. Keulman 36 

Do 37 

Walter J. Labodzinski 38 

C. K. Keulman 39 

Do 40 

Do 41 



330 
5830 
4320 
4320 
4080 

330 
2370 

!30 
30 
330 



also SVz lot 22 also all 
lot 23 also land lyg betw 
N & S Ins of sd lots as 
descd extd W to Grass 
Lake 

First Natl. Bk. of Wauke- 
gan lots 16 & 21 also N 
Vz lot 22 also land lyg 
betw N In of lot 16' & S 
In lot 21 extd W to 
Grass Lake also land 
lyg betw N In & S In N 
Ms lot 22 extd W to 
Grass Lake 

Joseph Kalal lot 24 also 
land lyg betw N & S Ins 
sd lot extd W to Grass 
Lake 

Edwin S. Okrzesik, lot 25 
also land lyg betw N 
& S Ins sd lot extd W 
to Grass Lake 

LOTUS SUB, 

C. Franks 
Do 

Dr. Edwin C. Ringa 

Geo. H. Ehrke 

John & Wanda Walejeski 

Clementine Ringa 
Do 

Crawford Realty 

Arno Bock 
Do e • 

Crawford Realty Co. 
Do 

William Mannhardt com 
at pt on In pari to & 
6 ft N of S In lot 30 sd 
pt being 114.2 ft W of E 
In sd lot 30 th SWly to 
pt on S In lot 28 wh is 
132 ft W of SE cor thof 
th W to SW cor lot 28 
th NEly alg W In lots 28 

29 & 30 to pt 41 ft NEly 
of SWly cor sd lot 30 th 
SEly 45.8 ft pari to first 
desc pari In th E 2.2 ft 
to POB pt lots 28 29 & 
30 

Clarence M. Griswald pt 
lots 28 29 & 30 daf com 
at SE cor lot 28 th NEly 
alg Ely In lots 28 29 & 

30 to In runing pari to & 
6 ft Nly of Sly In of lot 

30 th Wly alg a In Tun- 
ing pari to S In sd lot 30 
57.1 ft th SWly to pt in 
S In sd lot 28 66 ft Ely of 
POB th Ely alg S In sd 
lot 28 to POB 

Louis M. Golosinski pt lots 
28 29 & 30 daf com at pt 
on S In lot 28 66 ft Wly 
of SE cor sd lot 28 th 
NEly to pt 6 ft Nly of S 
In lot 30 & 57.1 ft Wly of 
Ely In sd lot 30 th Wly 
on a In th is 6 ft Nly of 
S In of sd lot 30 57.1 ft 
th Sly to a pt on S In sd 
lot 28 sd pt being 66 ft 
Wly of POB th Ely 66 
ft to POB 

Andrew R. Case beg at pt 
of int of E In with In 
drawn pari to & 6 ft N 
of S In lot 30 th W alg sd 
pari In 54 ft th NEly to 
pt on Nly In lot 31 wh is 
50.8 ft W of NE cor lot 

31 th E 50.8 ft to NE cor 
thof th SWly alg Ely Ins 
lota 30 &.31 to POB pt 
lots 30 & 31 

Harry M. La Sota beg at 



5980 



8390 



990 



A. B. Lindquist 

LOTUS PARK 

Charles J.- Rothers, Lot 1 

& 100x400 ft parcel lyg 

E & adj also land lyg 

between shore of Grass 

Lake & W In sd Lot 1 

& betw N 8c S Ins sd lot 

extd W 
Dake M. Shugart, Lot 2 

also land lyg betw N 

& S Ins sd lot extd W to 

Grass Lake 
Dake M. Shugart. Lot 3 

also lang lyg betw N 

& S Ins sd lot extd W to 

Grass Lake 
Elizabeth W. McNichols, 

Lot 4 also land lyg 

betw N & S Ins sd lot 

extd W to Grass Lake 4 6800 
Robert B. Rebond, Lot 5, 

also land lyg betw N & 

S ins sd lot extd W to 

Grass Lake 
Oswald Kussmann, Jr., et 

al, lot 6, also land lyg 

betw N & S Ins sd lot 

extd W to Grass Lake 6 6780 
Oswald Kussmann Jr. et 

al. lot 7. also land lyg 

betw N & S Ins sd lot 

extd W to Grass Lake 7 990 

Do lot 8 also land lyg 

betw N & S Ins sd lot 

extd W to Grass Lake 8 990 

Do lot 9 also land lyg 

betw N & S Ins sd lot 

extd W to Grass Lake 9 990 
Mrs. Vida Shunneson N% 

lot 15 also land lyg betw 

N & S In of N % sd lot 

extd W to Grass Lake 



5 4850 



8 

Do 9 

Adam A. Klauk 10 

Ann M Patterson .11 

Do 12 

Louis J. Biagioni 13 

M. Swanson 8t W. Lazan- 

ski 
Francis G. Connick 

Do 
H. Jorgensen 
T. Nadrowski 
Ted & Margaret Nadrow- 
ski 
Do 
Angelo P. Giliberto 

Do 
Robert & Mabel Small 
J. Z. Nowinowski 
Frank V. Staszak lots 25 

26 & 
Frederick Weichmann 

Do 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co, 
Julius J. Zitko 
R, J. Badeaux 
E. N. Osterberg 

Do 
Eila G. Pike 
William Ableman 
James K. Malloy 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Raymond Spatzek 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
E. M. Sullivan 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Do 
Do 
Henry & Mildred Francis 
I. B. Thiel & Dora K. & 

Wm. B. Thiel 46 

Mrs. Lillian Harle 47 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 48 
Frank Norzicka 49 

L. C. Taylor & S. Slivka SO 
Alfred Konger 51 

Dietrich Behnken 52 

Dietrich Behken 53 

Mrs. Margaret Castellanl 

lots 54 8c NVt 55 

Marchetti & Castellania 

55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
03 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
89 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
25 280 Do 78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 



4080 
330 



Do 152 

Do 153 

Do 'M- 154 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co, 155 

Do. ^ — ; : * - 156 

Jos. i& MarJ. Michelon 157 

Jos. & Marjoric Michelon 158 



Do 
■Do 
Do 

Do , \ 
•|?Do;. ■<■• m-.m: 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Mrs. H. Schutt St 

Do ' ; ■'. "7 ■'■ 
Olof P. Hendricksen 
Home Fed. Sav. & Ln. 

Assn Ln. Co. - 
Austin Wesleyan Metho 

dist Church 
Samuel Esposito Sr. 

Do 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. . 

DoV ■'■•' -."--■• 
330 1 Richard Clot 
330 1 Y. Clot & L. Richards 



159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 



410 

410 

410 

28901 

4190 

410! 

3330 

410 

4io: 

5770 
410 
. 410 

3440 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
-4160 
^410 



168 3160 



830 
330 



14 


330 


15 


330 


16 


330 


17 


2810 


18 


2810 


IfU 


330 


20 


330 


21 


330 


22 


330 


23 


330 


24 


330 


27 


6490 


28 


3300 


29 


330 


30 


2810 


31 


330 


32 


330 


33 


330 


34 


5160 


35 


330 


36 


3360 


37 


330 


38 


330 


39 


330 


40 


330 


41 


330 


42 


330 


43 


830 


44 


4130 


45 


830 



Yolanda M. Clot 



169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 



Lotus Woods Devi. Co. lot 

177 & 178 

DeneVoight 179 

Carl Groh 180 

Howard Proeme 181 

Do 182 

Chas. Miller 183 

Chas. W. Miller 184 

Joseph G, Michelon 185 

Do ~ ; 188 

Joseph G. 8c M. Miehelon 187 
Jos. G. 8t M. Michelon 188 
Mrs. Erma Rehder 189 

Raymond Pregenzer est. 

Hunting park 

MERRTWOOD POINT 
BLOCK 1 
Carrie Martinson 1 

H. Lenz & G. Boyer 2 

Maxine H, Farwell 3 

Do 4 

BLOCK 2 
Jerome J. Nert 1 

Do 2 

M. H. & E. H. Mauermann 3 



330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
4460 
330 

3410 

6040 
810 

6380 
330 
330 
330 

4080 
330 
330 
330 

4250 

330 



6640 

6640 

13290 

2560 



Nam* ' Description [ 

Joseph- Basty 

J. J. Morley !, 91 

&ma--\ Ml ... t $1 

Joseph Swanson ,93 

Elmer Diebalt ; ><" 94 

Do .95 

Julius E/iUompke ; 96 

Joseph Swanson <! ! J7 

Loon Moran 98 

Do 09 

J. J. Morley 100 

~i:Do'r : :H;-; LVjflOi:. 

MrA Virginia Zych 102 

J. J. Morley- * [103 

IDo ?±x- .. -\ • 1 104-' 

Do ~ '105 

Do ' ' 1106 

i Do '107 

SelmaKruchten l :| 108 
Mrs. Selma . D. Kruchten 10fr 

Stanley Golin I : 110 

John Kopach 1 11 

Mrs. Joseph Zettek 112 

John M. Burton W> 113 

John Burton^ 1,114 
Indian A. A., c/o [Charles r ? • 

Mazouch ; j . I 1115 
G. W. Jacobsen N 120tt 

;;ft :-;. - l -I-U6 
Seward. M. Weeks (ex N 



Asi'diVal: 
90 4980 



D« caption Ass'd Vaf, 



120^ -ft) 
G. W. Jacobaon 
George R. Young 
• ^'Do' 

Do 
J.J. Morley -t 



. 



-•: I ' 



r.J. 

D< 



Seward & B. Weeka 
J. J. Morley 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Sylvia Kanelos 
Lloyd J. Mitchell 

Do 

Do ' f. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
George Jarosik 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Mrs. G. Jarosik 

Do 
John J. Morley Jr. 



210 



14580 
2560 

11030 
2560 
9410 



280 



7320 



24 220 



Co. 



16 


2860 


17 


4050 


18 


6930 


19 


6930 


20 


1570 


21 


6080 


22 


1570 


23 


2670 


24 


4430 


25 


1570 


26 


1570 


27 


1570 



(ex N%) 
Do 
Mrs. Ruth Vogel 
Mrs. Miles Vesecky 
Wm. Patzer 
Geo. Yelenich 

Do 
Lotus Woods Devi. 

Do 
Maurice Mc Carthy 
T. H. Kielsh 
Paula & Martha Zych 
Eric & Edna Johnson 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Bruno Szymanski 
Frank L. Suznicky ' 
Robert H. Watson 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 

Do 
M. N. Harle 
Do 
•Do 
John J Wiegand 

Do 
J. C. Stewart 
Gerald L .Caprio 
Jack Barr 
Bernard Williams 
Rose Harrison 
Lottie Harrison 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
W. B. 8c A. L. Marozaa 

Do 
Sam Signorelli 
Helen Karvajna 
Thomas Welter 
Robert Coleman 
J. W. Skogstrom 
Theo. Olech 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Edwin Johnson 
Ferdinand Sukupcak 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 

Do 
Arthur J. Leamy 
Robert L. Ostreicher 
Michael Russo 

Do 
Laurence Capithke 
Richard L. Striblen 

Do (ex S%) 
Francis & L. Griffith S% 105 
Do 106 

Fred J. Wrona 107 

Floyd W. 8c Viola Hol- 

comb 108 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 109 
Harry L. Gurney 110 

B. W. Hansen 111 

Do 112 

John M. & Al. M. Perfect 113 
J. F. & Molly Hynes 114 

Fred W. Goldammer 115 
2960 V*. Wenner 116 

Do 117 

John Usalis 118 

Carl Floer 119 

Do 120 

Do 121 

Robert L. Ostreicher 122 

Arthur J. Leamy 123 

Virgil J. 8t P. A. Dresser 124 
Henry R. Rodemaker 125 
Walter Schmfd 126 

Do 127 

Theodore Olech 128 

3370 Casimir Szyhowicz Sr. 129 
John Micovsky 130 

Do 131 

Do 132 

Curt A. Tuebner 133 

Curt & Hilda Tuebner 134 
Mr. Irwin Hejny 135 

Victor F. Lisec 136 

Do 137 

Roy & Marjoric Kamin 138 
Do 139 

2960 Do 140 

R. V. Johnson 141 



830 

830 

830 

830 

5100 

4680 

5310 

830 

7020 

1100 

5590 

830 

3920 

3920 

830 

830 

- 830 

830 

410 

410 

4400 

3990 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

5220 

410 

4260 

410 

410 

410 

410 

4880 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

5360 

4540 

410 

4190 

410 

3990 

4810 

210 

210 

4530 

5640 



4230 

410 

3710 

410 

5220 

3440 

410 

410 

3640 

410 

4160 

410 

410 

3900 

410 

410 

3990 

3630 

410 

4190 

4160 

410 

410 

5220 

1510 

5380 

410 

4160 

3630 

410 

410 

410 

5220 

410 



116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
137 
138 
139 
440 
141 
142 
143 
144 
A 



MORLEY'S NEW VENICE 



330 

330 

1026 

1400; 

3910 

3740, 

3301 

330i 

4460! 

330; 

330; 

3010 

330! 

330 

330 

330 

5560 

2680 

,3370 

4470 

4870 

TJ30 

1*240 

4620 

2410 
330 

3220 
330 
410 
410 
330 
330 
480 
480 
480 
480 

3160 
480 
280 

9280 
- 280 
480 
280 
480 
280 
,480 
|280 
S130 
280 
480 

2070 
340 



Nam* 

s-[Do 69 

IDo. 70 

Do 71 

Do 72 

;Do 73 

jDo M ; 

JDo : 75 

Jerry Linssens . > 76 

l Do lil 

; Do; m 

Joseph Mlgala 79 

': Do 80 

Do 81 

Chas. A. Schoonover 82 

Do 83 

August Genard 84 

1st Natl. Bk; 8t Tr. Ex. W. i 

; Hennessey est. L: . <8B 

Do 86 

Do 87 
Florence S. '&jH.jW. Henry 88 

Chas. A, Schoonover u 89 

John'N. Theisen v * 90 

Chas. A. Schoonover ; 91 
1st Nat'l/ Bk.^6 Tr. Ex W, 



'Hennessey Est. 
Do 
Do 

Do , , 

Do , 

Do 
Ulysses Cordosi 

Do . 

Do 
Frank 6. Straka 

;do ■ m "W: 

Andrew Small' '- 
John N. Theisen 
Lucas Grizzaffi 
Wm. S. Hennessey 
W. S. Hennessey 



92 
93 



94 



■■Mi 



95 

,96 

107 

98 

99 

100. 

1101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 

.109 



6630 

6630 

770 

6630 

580 



1650 
4910 



Do 4 

Peter Jackstls 5 

Stanley E. & Bessie West 
lot 6 — th pt lot 7 daf 
com at NW cor sd lot 7 
th E to pnt on E In- sd 
lot 10 ft S of NE cor 
thof th N 10 ft to NE cor 
sd lot th W alg N ln sd 
lot to POB 2 10380 

Betty H. Matheny (ex com 
at NW cor sd lot 7 th E 
to pnt on E ln sd lot 10 
ft S of NE cor thpf th N 
10 ft to NE cor sd lot 
th W alg N In sd lot to 
FOB) 7 9960 

BLOCK 3 
Joseph Labdon 1 

James C. Tabor 2 

Willis H. Scott 3 

Margaret Hummel 4 

BLOCK 5 
Drucilla Ferris 

BLOCK 6 
Do <ex E 150 ft) ex 
(347D38) 
Roy Hamilton pt blk 6 

descd (347D38) 
F. J, Cilik W 50 ft E 

150 ft 
F. Hinch W 90 ft E 100 ft 5980 

William P. Hansen E 10 
ft 

BLOCK 8 
James C. Tabor W 50 ft 

N 53 ft S 147 ft 
R. Motto E 50 ft W 100 ft 
George B. Bates E 100 ft 

W 927 ft 
Drucilla Ferris (ex E 123 
ft) 8c (ex E 50 ft W 100 
ft) & (ex W 50 ft N 103 
ft S 147 ft) 8c (ex E 100 
ft W 927 ft) 
Frank Dahms W 50 ft E 
123 ft 

Do W 50 f t E 73 ft 
Maynard Schneider th pt 
lyg E of W 1077 ft thof 
Willis H. Scott W 50 ft N 
50 ft S 94 ft 

MORLEY'S SUB. 
Thos. B. Wilson 22 

Do 23 

Bruno Schubauer 24 

Do 25 

Oscar Johnson 28 

Fred Carlfields 27 

Unknown 28 

Frank Faglusch 29 

Mabel Brogan 30 

Otto Schulz 31 

J. J. Morley 32 

Do 33 

Emric & Anne F. Haramija 34 
Emric & Anne Harmamija 35 
Michael G. Smetko 36 

Arthur & Alice Lamberti 44 






Josephine Jenista 
A. J. Hall 
Frank -Fischer 
Jeanette E. Maas N% 
R...W. Rubin S% 
Herbert Worst 
John W. Morley Jr. 
Wm. W. & Ethel S. Nelson 

Do 

Do 

Do 
James McMillan 
John J. Morley Jr. 

Do 
James McMillen 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
James McMillen Beach park 

Do 

GLEN NAGIS SUB. 
Thomas Standbridge 1 

Maria Ann Zeller 2 

Michael Schaitz, Jr. 3 

Andrew Schaitz 4 

8820 Catherine Hammerschmidt 5 



1 

2 

3 

4 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

72 

73 

A 

B 



210 



800 
3660 

2810 



3030 

2200 
410 



800 



C. T. & E. Hammerschmidt 6 



7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 



Do 45 

John Saneck 46 

Do 47 

J. J. Morley 55 

Mrs. Alice Cuykcndall 56 

Do 57 

Carl W. Swanson 58 

Isaac 8c Thyra Swanson 59 
J. J. Morley 60 

Do 61 

Do 62 

Do 63 

E. I. Huey & W. Provencal 64 

Do 65 

Mrs. Ann Cicovsky 68 

E. I. Huey & W. Provencal 67 



Harvey W. Moss 
Mrs. V. Rasmussen 
Otto H. Zeller 
Melvin Carlson 
George Nelson et al 
Harvey W. Moss 
R. E. Lehman 8c An. 

Federle N'/a 14 also 
Harvey W. Moss S& lot 

14 also 

Do 
Edward Mack 
Ellsworth Goebel 
Walter Maedge 
Wm. A. Naatz (ex N 25 ft) 20 
Walter Maedge N 25 ft 20 
Wm. A. Naatz 
3570 Harvey W. Moss 

Do 

Do 
Mrs. Mary Stwora 
Harvey W. Moss 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Allan 8c Joan May 
Allan W. May,. 
Harvey W. Moss 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Wm. & Marie Potter 
Harvey W. Moss 
Mrs. G. Risberg 

Do 
Emerson R. Sander 
Harvey W. Moss 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Wm. Wieczorek 
Harry Kraemer Schaitz 



3710 
4040 
3460 
370 
370 
4010 
740 
3000 
250 
250 
280 
250 
250 
280 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
250 
2S0 
250 
250 



140 
140 

4510 
4880 
6330 
5640 
2620 
7680 
5280 
4950 
4460 
3720 
3720 
1240 



1st Nat'l. Bk. it Tr. Ex W 

Hennessey Est. 110 

Do 111 

Do . .112 

Do 113 

Do 114 

John Schreura 115 

Wm. S. Hennessey 116 

John Schreurs 117 

Wm. S. Hennessey 118 

John Schreurs S% 119 

Wm.- S. Hennessey 120 

John H. Curwood N% lot 

119 8c all 121 
1st Nat'l. Bk. & Tr. Ex W 

Hennessey Est. 122 

John Curwood 123 

1st Natl. Bk. & Tr. Ex W. 

Hennessey Est. 124 

Do 125 

Do 128 

Do 127 

Do 128 

Do 129 

Do 130 

Wallace S. Schall 131 

Do 132 

1st Natl. Bk. & Tr. Ex W. 

Hennessey Est. 137 

Do 141 

Do 142 

Wolf & Knapor 143 

Jacob Guttman 144 

1st Natl. Bk. 8c Tr. Ex W. 

Hennessey Est. 145 

Do ^146 

James L, Tapscott 147 

Torberg M. Nelson 148 

Do 149 

Do 150 

Do lots 151 & 152 
1st Natl. Bk. & Tr. Ex W. 

Hennessey Est. *"** 153 

Do 154 

Do 155 

Do . 156 

Do 157 

Do 158 

Do 159 

Do aeo 

T. M. Locke B 
1st Natl. Bk. & Tr. Ex W. 

Hennessey Est. D 
Do (ex Hennessey's part 
'N) tract E 



1480, 

410 

[410 

-410 

1410 

410 

410 

410 
5220 

410 

410 

410 
2060 

410 
2200 

^410 
410 
410 

2610 
•480 2L 
4950 
410 

J410 

410 
410. 

410 

410 

480 

480 

480 

480 

480 

1090 

r480. 

480 
4610 
2610 
3230 

410 

480 

4l0 
480 
410 
480 
410 
480 
410 
5290 
410 
240 
410 

3470 

410 
410 

410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

410 
410 
410 
480 
480 
480 
4400 

410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
4470 

690 

280 



OAKLAND SUB. 



13 4340 



Henry A. Pohle 

Do 
J. Arndt 
Isaac Swanson 
Louis Deviatka 
Joseph Starman 
Kenneth 8c Lois Van Pat- 
ten 8c Jos. 8c Geneva 

Starman 
Kenneth Van Patten 
Wm. F. Gunn 

Do 
Joseph Swanson 

Do 
Carl G. Carlson 

Do 
Mrs. Ellen Hironimus 
H. Pohle 
Paul Yokes 
Lewis N. Place 
Peter G. Plennert 
P. T. Walsh 
Horace W. 8c Maybelle 

Lang 
Horace W. Lang 



88 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 



74 
75 
76 
77 



79 



81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 

88 
89 



330 
330 
1020 
3010 
3010 
2480 
330 
3560 
330 
3330 
330 
330 
330 
3770 
4080 
280 
690 
280 
280 
330 
330 
3330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
830 
3090 
3090 

ado 

2810 
330 
330 
3030 
3030 
5200 



330 
3550 

330 
3330 

330 
4080 

850 
3490 
4800 
3660 
2830 
4540 
3440 
3630 

3550 

330 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 



1860 
1240 
4470 
4470 
5300 
620 
620 
4470 
1240 
1240 
1240 
3920 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
5990 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
4670 
410 
1100 
2200 
2200 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
4600 
6600 



Weber & Franzen C 

Do D 

Do E 

Michael M. Gardino 1 

Otto A. Heinrich 2 

Do 3 

Weber & Franzen 4 

Fred A, Pagers 5 

Do 6 

Geo. & Irene Rinda 7 

Do 8 

Jerry Kolman WV& also 

Ett lot 10 

Do EVz 
Alexander J. Buttny, W% 10 

Do 11 

Do (ex Oakland sub 

Unit 2) 
Fox Lake Realty Col 
Robert L. Hansen 
Geo. Zurawski 
Robert C. Klusman 
Weber 8c Franzen 
Gust Krueger 
J. A, Rychly 
James P. Gorman lots 20 & 21 
Jacob Keilhack 22 

Wagner Tr. No. 1 lots 23 & 24 
Weber 8c Franzen lots 28 

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 

37 38 39 & 40 

John V. O. Fallon 27 

Elizabeth Meisgcier lots 

25 & 26 

Ronald & Estella Costello 41 



9 
9 



12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



NORTH FOX LAKE HEIGHTS 

William S. Hennessey (ex 

E 370 ft) 
George E. Lystlung lot 2 

8c E 370 ft lot 1 
1st Natl. Bk 8c Tr. ex W. 

Hennessey est. (ex E 43 

ft) 



1240 
13210 



1380 

590 

2480 

550 
550 

550 
550 
550 
620 



George E. Lystlund E 43 ft 3 
Mrs. Lester Wadleigh 4 
1st Nat. Bk. 8c Tr. Ex W. 
Hennessey est. 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Joseph Adams 9 

Fritz Frank E 172.5 ft 10 
Wm. S. Hennessey (ex E 
172.5 ft) & (ex th pt 
lyg W of W ln of Ken- 
more Ave extd S) 10 830 
Louis Battiste (th pt lyg 
W of W In of Kenmore 
Ave extd S) 10 
Fritz Frank 62 
Mike S. D'amore 63 
Mike S. D'Amore 64 
1st Natl. Bk 8c Tr. Ex. W 
Hennessey est. 65 
Do 66 
Do 87 
Do 68 



Victor & Mary Lisec 42 

Fred A. Pagers 43 

Mrs. Mae Smaltz 44 

Mrs. James W. Clay 45 

Mrs. Mary Sedivy 46 

Crawford Realty Co. 47 

Do 48 

Do 49 

Weber 8c Franzen 50 

Helen Carlson 51 

Raymond J. Winkates 52 

Weber 8c Franzen 63 

Marjorie Haldeman 54 

Weber 8c Franzen 55 

Paul Lamberg 56 

J. A. Rychly 57 

Jacob Keilhack 58 

Weber 8c Franzen 60 

John V. O'Fallen 61 
Vic. W. & Alice A, 

Markley 62 410 

Walter Zielke 63 5430 

A. Zieler & R. Klein 64 410 

James Maffia 85 410 

Do 68 410 

Carl Potter 67 5910 

Soren J. Sorensen 68 5750 

Carlyle D. Mott 69 280 

Do 70 5780 

Jos. P. & Jean. Marma 71 280 

Do 72 280 

Calvin L. Mott 73 280 

Do 74 280 

JJJJ Crawford Realty Co. 75 280 

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TflE ANTIOCH NEWS, ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 



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(conf inued from preceding [page) 

Name D Deicrlpllon -- / MM VaJ, 

OAKLAND SUB, UNIT NO, 2 

-i?.;S5 BLOCK 1 
Weber &: Franzen 
Do 



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Lotus Woods Devi. Cd 1 
Do 2 

■ Do :■'■■: 1^13, 

DO ■: • -:4- 

Do ' 5 

Do '■'■}, ^ LS T--6 
-,:. , -..BLOCKS. .-;:;,:■■ 
Weber, & Franzen < I - 1 
;. .©0'"'*''^, ^ .• 2 

JohnMcMahbn 3 

Joseph P. Ben afield 4 

Weber it Franzen 5 

Do : ,.r *\ ^9- 

; BLOCK 5 
Woods Meyers Bay 
Co -•':<- -.,..,, l 

Lotus Woods Meyers Bay 2 
Lotus Woods Meyers Bay 
Co; 3 

Do 4 

BLOCK 8 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 1 
Weber & Franzen 2 

W. N. Robison v 3 

W. N. Robinson 4 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 5 

Do 8 

Do 7 

Otto W. Rost 8 

Joseph Malusky 9 

Weber & Franzen - 10 

Do 11 

Do ' 12 

G. Weisenborn - 13 

Frank D. & Alice L. Steger 14 

Harold H. Schlosser 15 

Do 18 

Robert CKubicek 17 

BLOCK 7 

Louis A. it Mary Kocion 1 

Fred F. Lay 2 

Ronald J. Eckman 3 

Ceo. B. Bednar 4 

Do 5 

Lotus Woods Dev. Co. 8 

Do 7 

Richard Kaufman 8 

Edmund B. Foley 9 

S. Benchich 10 

Harold D. Engdahl 11 

Do 12 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 13 

Weber it Franzen 2 parks 

BLOCK 8 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 1 

Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 2 
Edwin E. & Patricia Mlkos 3 

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Name m D«icrfptlon As*'d Val 

Gohrkei i ^15 4470 

Do WZW- ^218 

Mae or Elmer J. Zettek 217 
Wm, J, Schulz ;218 

William J. Schulz 219 



Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Zygmunt Zurawski 
H. L. Lewandowskl 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Weber it Franzen 
James R. Fulton 

Do 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
William C. Colflesh 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Weber 8c Franzen 
Basil N. Pyahos 

BLOCK 9 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 

Do 
Richard W. Brown 
Richard Kaufman lots 4 to 

14 inch 
Weber & Franzen 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 
Fred Huttin 
Richard Kaufman lots 1-3 

4& 

BLOCK 10 
James P. Strauss 
Lotus Woods Devi. Co. 

Do 
Weber 8c Franzen 

Do 
Edw. McKeown 

Do 
Weber it Franzen unnum- 
bered lot 5 of Ashland 

Ave which was former 

lot 



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Fern Anderson 8c R. Gans 220 

Anuria Ohman <I 221 

Carl Essl M i /.. "222 

SIDo , 223 

Mildred Llndley 224 

jDo --.■^■J 1223; 

Dr. Warner Doty, 226 

■Do vi 227 

Michael A. Falone 4228 

Do " ^229 

Wm. &Mary Janz '230 

Do 1231 

Do - 232 

Harry O. Sand berg 233 

;Do p.: Jfti. 234 

O'Dell Blalock 233 

Robert E. Taylor 238 

Frieda Jank 237 

Edward L. Tross 238 

E. IL. Tross ^ t 238 

Wm.?B., Holmes i: 240 

Do 1241 

John Quigley 242 

Do 243 

John Schmidt «f 1244 

Oliver R. Hughes 240 

Herman Hani 246 

Do 1247 

Do 248 
Michael M. MiSweeney 249 

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Oliver R. Hughes 

Do 
Oak Park Trust JcSav. 

Bki 
Oscar T.. Perry 
R. Rogowskl 
Mr. Victor Hook 
Paul A. Scharf 

Do 
W. J. Justine 



280 Muriel E. Fitch 



Wm. R. Glander 

Do ' ~ 

Mrs. M. Koryikowski 
John Malkowski 
William B. Smith . 
Karl & Helen F. Bihl- 

meler 265 

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Soren- 

son 266 

Do 267 

Leo Kartz 268 

Murdo Mac Iver 269 

Gustave A. Reitz 270 

Do 271 

Oyven P. McGoren 272 

F. Arthur Doty 273 

Do 274 

Dr. Harold W. Spies 275 

DO' 276 

Buxton L. Johnson - 277 

Do 278 

Henry A. Schwagerman 279 

Do 280 

Richard F. Matthei 281 

Rosina Paulson 282 

Do 283 

L. A. PADDOCK'S SUB. 
Mrs. J. P. Johnson 

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Name 4Dsicr|pMon I A«'d Val. 

to SWly Moor ed lot T 

th NEly on NWhSlnisd 

Henry i Jacksbh r s1 sub 

435i6ft to NW cortet 6- m 

sdsubfthHSEIyonNEly m 

In sd lot 16 lOOf 1 to SW 

cor lot 5 sd isub the 

NEly -alg Wly Ins; xrf 

lots 5 *r4 sd sub to 

NW cor sd lot 4 th NWly 

on an extnsn of NEly }n 

ad lot ^ 290ft to; SW cor 
lof doe 795535 th NEly 

alg Wly In sdjdoc 79-. 

5538?224i7ift to rt^< last 

mentd In as prod^W.Oflft 

th NWlyi^at r aito last 

mentd In 50 ft th NEly 
. at r a 'to last mentd In 

264ft It© waters edge 

of Grass Lake th NWly 

•with SWly angle; of 70 

deg 36 min from last 
' mentd in 416.6ft to NW 

cor sd lot : 3 tit i S on W 

In Isdy lot 3 1410 ft to 
■ pob pt .■■'■!:;• ~\ \: 

Gertrude Hahn a strip 



3 i 300 



9690 
25990 



(ex SE 26 ft) 
W 40 ft 

PETITE PARK 

Alex Shostak 1 

Do 2 

Marine. Grove Resort Inc 

(ex pt lyg Ely of com at 

pnt on N In lot 4 sd pnt 

bng 100ft fr NE cor lot 

3 th Sly on an angle 
to left of last desc In 
82 deg 06 min dist 231.61 
ft the contg Sly to pnt 
on S In sd lot 4 150ft 
Wly fr SEly cor sd lot 3) 4 26540 

Philip R. Shoevlln Sr. 
com at NE cor lot 3 th 
Swly alg N In Hots 3 8c 

4 dist 100ft the Sly on 
an angle to left of last 
desc In 82 deg 08 min 
dist 231.61ft th contg 
Sly to pnt on S In sd 
lot 4 150ft Wly fr SEly ' 
cor sd lot 3 th Ely to 
SEly cor sd lot 3 ith 
Nly alg Ely In sd lot 

3 to pob 31620 

G. Lazzaro 9 9610 

Do 10 11350 

PETITE LAKE BUGHWOODS 

George Maleoha 37 7010 

Richard R. 8e Eve T. Bolt 

lot 38 & Ely % lot 39 
Earl Hucker Wly % lot 39 



2410 25 ft wide & 100 ft long 
W it adj lot 1 Henry; 
Jacksons sub doc j r 40- N I 
2064:1 IP 

Jos. Chejlava com at pt N i 
04 deg 36 min W 25 ft 
from, most Nly cor lot 1 

of H Jackson's sub th N 
84 deg 38 min W 50 ft 
th S 25 deg 24 min W 
part with NWly In sd 
H Jackson's sub 150 ft 
in S 84 deg 36 min E 78 
ft th N 25 deg 24 min 
E 60 ft .th N 64 deg 38 
min W 25 f t th K^S deg 
24 min E 100 ft td pob 

Carl Bender pt bounded 
by lots 1-7 & 37 & Nly 
In ravine dr & Nly- In 
lot 1 extd SEly to NW 
cor sd lot 37 

Joseph Chejlava com at 
NW cor of lot 1 in Hen- 
ry Jackson's sub th 
NWly on an extnsn of 
Nly In sd lot 1 48.5 ft 
th NWly with an angle 
of 18 deg 05 min to rt 
of last mentd In as prod 
27.8 ft for pob th NWly 
on an extsn of last 
mentd In 84.1 ft th 
SWly part with NWly 
In of lot 1 of sd Hen- 
ry Jackson's sub 183.9 
ft th SEly pari with 
Nly In sd lot 1 80 ft th 
NEly 158.6 ft to pob pt 
lot 

E. Jerry Walker pt desc 
by doc 757939 

Joseph M. Jaworowski 
com at NW cor of lot 1 
of Henry Jackson's sub 
th NWly on an extnsn 

of NEly In sd lot 1 48.5 
ft th NWly with an 
angle of 18 deg 05 min 
to rt of last mentd In 
as prod 111.9 ft for pob 
.th SWly pari with NW- 
ly In sd lot 1 183.9 ft 
th NWly at r a to last 
mentd In 135 ft th NE- 
ly with a SEly angle of 
88 deg 10 min from last 
mentd In 244.7 ft th 
SEly with SWly angle 
of 73 deg .52 min from 
last mentd In 134.32 ft 
to pob pt 



3 250 



3 1380 



3300 



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3 280 



^Description 
Fox Lake Realty Co. ' 
Anthony ^Lomma 
John W, 8c H. S. Bletsch 
. ; ^Do m 1 \-Vi---l •■ &■ L 
Fox Lake 'Realty 1 Co. 1 

-Do I -- -:-:■ v 

Frank : Kivaanica < 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Thomaa Becuar Jr. T: 
Helen Risoo -- ^ 
Fox Lake Realty; Co. • -1 
Jan MarWewlcz f 
Rtohard T. Evans 
John Guarise 
Fox Lake Realty Co. , 

.--^DO^ ; -i-'5- m -:' 

Gilbert Grelnke 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Matthew T. Stanek 
Clement Cybul .• • -1 ' 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Mathew Fischer 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
L. E. Strolberg 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Jacob Koenen 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do^ 
-Do.:.: ; "•1'"^r 
Robert G. Bludorn 
William EL Landwer 

-Do 
E. Snow' 
Eart J. Beese 

Do 
Joseph Pietraszewski 

Do 
Harold Koeppe & Richard 

Hansen 
Henry Lillegard Jr. 
Kenneth Samuelson 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

George Bury_ 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Arthur Dusablon 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Harold Fugle 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Henry Rederer 
Fred Maschke 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
Walter Konieczny 
Stanley Lachcik 

Do 

Do 



AM'dVdj 
22 12060 
10040! 

. 280 



OWNER'S RESUB. OF LOT 
TO 16 FELTER'S LAKE 
CATHERINE SUB. 

Anton Westermeyer 1 2480 

Do 2 5710 

Jos. Zid 3 12110 

Do 4 2480 

Wm. C. Sholota 5 7260 

Mathew Koryekowski 6 8250 

Do 7 3990 

A. L. Lewandowski 8 16040 

Mrs. Hattie Straub 9 5710 

Chas. W. Baker 10 8160 

Murdo Mac Iver 11 6740 

Hasina Paulson 12 9490 

Do 13 2480 

Bruno Buck 14 2480 

Do 15 10700 

Do (ex SWMs) 16 1240 

DoSW% 16 1240 

OWNER'S SUB OF BLK. 5 OF 

RESUB. OF BLKS 3 & 4 OF 

SHADY NOOK SUB. 



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410 



Geo A. Rodelius 1 

Do 2 

May Conrad 3 

Chas. Overbeck 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Harry P. Rietschel 

Do 
Wm. & Helen Buttner 

Do 

OWNERS SUB OF LOTS A TO G 
FELTERS SOUTHVKW BEACH 

NO. 2 

Gus Anderson 

Do . 
George & Irene Hogan 
Eugene uaskin 
R. C. Tune 
A. J. Werner 
Walter Hofferkamp 
H. R. Casperson 
Donald D. Purdy lots 208 

& 209 

Glenn J. Henning (ex S 25 

ft) lot 210 

Donald O. Purdy, S 25 ft 

lot 210 

Glen & Kitty Henning 211 

Do 212 

Dr. Warner W. Doty 213 
Dr. Warner Doty 214 

Bernard 8c Martha 



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C. J. Vynalek 40 1650 

Do 41 8460 

Norman Dyson 42 6460 

Vincent Nano 43 7980 

Joseph J. McGrath 44 1650 

Do ' 45 8110 

Do 46 1650 

Paul Zaltek 47 7010 

Ray Feldkamp 48 5500 

Harry W. Reuter 49 2340 

Herman Krueger . 50 6460 

Do 51 1650 

Victor & Eva Barch 52 1650 

Do 53 6600 

Harry W. Reuter 54 4680 

Thomas R. Gudgeon 55 5980 

Do 56 620 

Quick Drucker 57 5300 

Fred Blumenhagen 58 620 

Quick Drucker 59 620 

Celia Spacek 60 6530 

Tom C. Earle 61 4880 

Le Roy Weise 8c E. Baron 62 1170 

Do 63 5980 
Le Roy Weise & Mrs. J. 

Baron 64 620 
PESATS SUB 

Joseph Lupa 1 3090 

Do 2 9420 

Do 3 1930 

Do 4 10180 

Do 5 1930 

John Steitz 6 1930 

Do 7 1930 

Do 8 14520 

Do 9 6050 

Do 10 1580 

Joseph Lupa 11 690 
PLAT OF DIVISION OF VINCENT 

JACKSON'S EST. 
Simon P. Wolfson (ex 
Jackson's Park Sub) & 
(ex 1st add to Jackson 

Park sub) 34.411a 1 2420 
Kermey & Son (ex com 
SE cor lot 2 Nly 360 ft 
W 159 ft S 360 ft E 159 

ft) 70a 2 15050 
John B. Jackson com SE 
cor lot 2 Nly 360ft W 

159ft S 360ft E 159ft pt 2 3510 
Geo. & "Joseph Kermand 
beg at SW cor lot 3 this 
sub th E on S In sd lot 
159ft th N 40.07ft th 
NEly on a curve having 
a radius of 154.39ft con- 
vex SEly 186.43ft to 
SEly cor lot 7 in Henry 
Jackson's sub th NWly 
on SWly In sd lot 7 200ft 



Martin & Anna Galli pt 
descd in doc 252286 271 

d pg 38 pt 3 4470 
Wm. £ Mary Whelehan pt 
descd in doc 322381- 

313d pg 549 3 3920 
Ida Watson pt descd in 

doc 3O0445-304d pg 141 3 3920 
Edw. S. EUickson E 150 
ft of doc 334055 descd 

in doc 343623 3 4130 
Nicholas Infante (ex E 
150 ft) pt descd in doc 

334053 3 950 
Frank Sc Helen Fay (ex 

Josh Hill sub) 18.50a 4 7980 
William E. Jackson S 2.8a 

E 4.8a 5 390 

Joseph Freund W 10a 5 3580 
Alexander C. Jackson E 

9a W 19a 5 1240 
Jeanette Lindahl N la 

E 4.8a 5 140 
Esther J. Lindahl S la N 

2a E 4.8a 5 140 
FOUNT BEACH SUB 

William J. Phillips 1 2620 

Do 2 11550 

Do 3 890 
RAMAKER'S SUB 
BLOCK 1 
Henry F. & Margaret 

Vegter 1 4880 

Henry Vegter 2 1240 

F. W. Schaeffer 3 4470 

Wilfred Kading W 34 ft 4 2960 

F. G. Straka (ex W 34 ft) 4 4950 

Frank A. Holan E 15 ft 5 250 

Do W 30 f t E 45 ft 5 4200 

Louis Battiste W 30 ft 5 3850 

E. A. Kolstedt 6 3720 

La Salle Natl Bank 7 5160 
James & John Biondo (ex 

E 31 ft) 8 3990 
Dominic Forty E 31 ft 

lot 8 & W 13 ft lot 9 3230 

J. Juergenson E 62 ft 9 990 

Fritz Frank ex E 22 ft 10 7220 
T. M. Locke E 22 ft of lot 

10 10 280 
BLOCK 2 
George E. Lystlund lots 1 
to 8 inc 2340 

REDrVTSION OF CIMINELLO'S 
DIVISION 

Arthur M. Davis 2 3720 

Henry & Lillian Tupa 3 3720 

C, E. Gibbons 4 9420 

Do 5 1380 

RESTBAVEN 

Marguerite Arnold 1 280 

Do 2 280 

Do 3 280 

Do 4 280 

Do 5 280 

Do . 8 280 

Do 7 280 

Do 8 280 

Do 9 280 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 10 280 

Do 11 280 

Do 12 280 

Do 13 280 

Do 14 280 

Willis L. Westgard 15 280 \ 

Do 16) 8260 

Do 17 3160 

Do * 18 11140 

Gustave Berggren 19 13340 

Do (ex W 25 ft) 20 1030 

Melvin P. Reichard W 25 

U lot 20 8c all 21 11070 



Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Tony S. Cerven 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
George Hornicek 
Fox -Lake Realty Co. 
Charles Linhart 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Edw. Meskan 
A. Pitcher 
Arthur J. Pitcher 
James K. Vrba 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 

Do , 

Do J 

Do 

REST HAVEN UNIT 2 

BLOCK 1 
Fox Lake Realty Co. Inc. 
Do 



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Natne l-£ Description H Ass' 
RESUB OF CHAIN O LAKES 



COUNTRY CLUB SUB 



Henry Bauer 
Do 

T, S. Grafton 

"'DO/ %<■■*:. 

Fred Hawkins 
M,L. ; Stephens'* 

-Do : 7 
^.'Do'rj* '>- 
Joseph Sterbenz; 

Do m* 
Sten Frldlund 

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Chain O'Lakes -Park Assn 21 



Lakes' Country (Club 

"'Do*...---: 

Harry B, 8e B. Matthews 

- Do ^- m ■ - n 

Mrs; Richard Akerholm 

iDo 
Henry Wilczenskl 
Helen Brichta 

-Do '..^:. ■■':>. 
EcVJ. Babecki i 
Harold Carlson Be G, 

Erickson ' < 

Joe it Helen Sterbenz ' 
Frank Lawdinski & Ed. 
^-Rech.-" v 
Richard Edwards 
William J. Newber iy 
Paul R, Steams : 
Carl "F, Carlson 

Do 

•Do 
Lakes Country Club - 

Do • 

-Do 
Harry C, Hall was 

Do 
Mrs. Mary Mycyk 
Walter J- Brozna 

Do 

Do 
Emil A. Framke 

Po 
Frank Benes 

DO 

C. E. Dibble Schneider 
Do 

Robert G. Reimer 

Do 

Do 
Walter L. Bauer 
John & Bliz. Hill 

Do 
Lillian Reimer 
John Jasien 
Lakes Country Club 
Mrs, Mary Mycyk 
Lakes Country Club 

Do 

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Do 
Joseph Nemec 
. Do 

Orson Altman 
Ernest Hawking 
John Jasien 
Ray Jensen 
John E. & Eliz. Hill 

Do 

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Walter L. Bauer 
Stanley E. Weiss 
Norman L. & Anna Step- 
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D. G. Kelly 



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800 
800 
600 
800 
800 

800 

6050 

800 

800 

1010 

800 

800 

800 

800 

800 

6190 

830 
800 
800 

6880 
800 
800 
800 
830 
770 
800 
800 
770 
700 

5980 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 

1220 

1170 

1170 

1170 

1030 

1170 

1170 

6400 

11070 

1170 

1170 

140 

140 



Harry R. Hughes 
A. Philip Swanson 
G. Philip Swanson 
Helge Odelius 
James & Anna Cinque- 
guanio 
Do 
J. Sapienza 

Do 
Otto Lindell 
William Klecka 
Harry Conrad 
A. Novatny 
Robert Fisher 
Albert G. Viert 
Irving F. A. Meyer 
Mrs. C. Larson 
Edward J. Michal 
William Kennedy lots 112 

it 113 
I. S. Granstrom 
Thomas A. Galligan 
A. W. it C. M. Kraft 

Do 
Martin A. Schultz 
Emily Punt 
Frank Koranek 

Do 
William Bowden 
Carl F. Carlson 
Frank & Sylvia Turek 
Hugo Danielson 
William Lepsi 
Harvey H. Busche 
Roy W. Frasier 

Do 
Gerald Byrne 
Alfred R. &J..P. Bloom 131 

132 

133 

134 

135 

136 

137 

133 

139 

140 

A 

B 

C 



98 
99 
99 
100 
101 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 



114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 



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3850 

loso; 

3990 
^410 

4io: 
410; 

"410 
410 

^410 ! 

!3640 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

mo 

9210 

410 

410 

=410, 

4670 

4670 

410 

^W80 

13840 
550 

550 

4190 

3230 

3780 

6330 

550 

6050 

580 

550 

550 

6740 

550 

550 

550 

550 

7980 

8040 

550 

7430 

550 

550 

550 

550 

550 

550 

550 

550 

550 

4950 

550 

550 

620 

620 

620 

"620 

620 

620 

620 

620 

3850 

3030 

3640 

3640 

6050 

550 

550 

550 

3030 

4330 

550 

* 

550 
3780 
5500 
3780 
5020 

550 
4400 

4470 
260 
280 

3030 

2680 



Name D«krlpHon \ A«'dVal. 

RESUB OF PT OF NORTH FOX 

LAKE HEIGHTS 

Wallace S;Schall i h dB9 1 1410 

'•Do - ->„' ;. • 60 F !410* 

Do '■' 61 410 

1st Nat'l Bk. •*' Tr^Ex^W^ '^ 

Hennessey Est. ^82-^ i410 

Do 63 W [410 

'Do i ■-£-*• v i Lit'- };04 if "t41fl). 

RESUB OF LOT 39 & N .% LOT 40 
J. L. SHAW'S SUB ON FOX LAKE 

Peter. Slenldewkia^n 44 14 4860 
Eleanor Olson N ^4 i ~ 2 l 410 
Do S% fi:2vf;3640 

RESUB OF PTS OF SIMON'S 
KLONDIKE SUB 
John A, Simon ! i 38 280 

Charles J, Schuett | 39 280 
Richard L, Shacker 42 280 

RESUB OF BLKS 3 & 4 SHADY 
NOOK SUB 
:#v<BfcOCKKS 'w &, 
Jane Blggerstaif (ex Sly J 

1 6530 





% 



1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
8 
6 
7 

. i 

i 

2 
3 
4 



14920 
6870 
6190 
8390 
9630 
6870 
7420 
4540 
6190 

11620 

•' rjT-f I, 

8400 

,3300, 

4610 

4820 



4400 

2620 

6 3780 
2680 

7 5500 

8 3720 



50 ft). 
Lurton it Emelia. Bever 
Sly 50 ft 

Do N 50 ft ^ 
Frances Jukni» S 80 ft ! 
Oscar L. Peterson :i 
John Psiria 
Henry Mau N % 
Frank Scachltti S 

Do N Vi 
George A: •'Rodelius S Vi 
John Chitra Jr. 

BLOCK 4 
John E. & Alice -H. Sims 
Ralph W. Cipriani 
W. F. Terry ' 

Anthony Wysocki 
R. & M. Palma <ex E %) 

lot 5 & (ex S 55 ft) E 

50 ft lot 6 
Paul Claesson E } .4. lot 5 
Hans H. Meves (ex S 55 

ft) -W 50 ft 
Earl Ebert S 55 ft of lots 

Wm. A. & Eva Thompson 

(ex S 55 ft) 
Ernest Stockier Wly 50 ft 

of Ely 100 ft Wly % 
H. E. Pape beg at SWly 

cor lot 8 blk 4 th SEly 

alg Sly In sd lot 119 ft 

th NEly at r a to sd Sly 

In to Nly In sd lot th 

NWly alg sd Nly in to 
' NWly cor sd lot th Sly 

alg Wly In sd tot to pob 

pt Wly % 
John B. Niesen Ely 50 ft 

Wly % 
John Psiris E >A (ex 50 by 

66 ft NE cor) 
Henry Man 50 by 66 ft 

NE cor E % 

RESUBOF BLKS A & 3 & PT OF 

BLKS 2 & 4 WOODCREST ADD 

NO 1 

BLOCK 2 
Lawndale Natl. Bonk Tr. 
No. 1692 Resub. Blks A 
& 3 & pt of Blks 2 it 4 
Woodcrest Addn. No. 1 
Do 
Do 
Joseph Chiuffs 
Do 

BLOCK 3 
Lyle & Mildred Pacey 

Do 
Union Bank of Chicago 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

BLOCK 4 
Do 

ROGER'S SUB 
Irene Rogers it May Matz 
Do 



XV Mi? ; 



■).'':' it 



, 6 

m 

. ■ 



8 .6260 
8 4750 
8 10380 



8 



280 



BOTHERS SUB 

raidA i Quadriel Inc. (ex S 100 ft) 

fjTX | Robert La Parr S 100 ft 
gjgj, Peter Waldweiter 

3090 J** 

3090 Mae Klingfcerg 



4540 1 



Do 



4/iqa Adolph L. Katz 

w ,Leo J. Narbut lot 8 it E 

4270 ■ % lot 9 

-mnfl , Lillian Goes-Marie Wright 
S I W Vz lot 9 St all lot 10 
4^5 Douglas H. Bell lots 11 & 



18 


140 


19 


140 


20 


140 


21 


140 


22 


2200 


1 


140 


2 


140 


3 


140 


4 


140 


5 


140 


6 


140 




140 




140 


1 


7290 


2 


410 


1 


9080 


1 


5290 


2 


620 


3 


2270 


4 


3300 


5 


4130 


6 


620 


7 


620 



4120 



12 



3 j qq, William Barber lots 13 



4740 
3500 

410 
3090 
4540 
3090 
3500 
4810 

410 



8c 14 
Lorraine A. Schroeder lots 

15 &16 
James Hanrahan lots 17 

& 18 
Lewis Preganzer 

Do 

Do 
Charles J. Bothers S Vi 



960 
8730 
1240 
7150 





7150 


19 


280 


20 


140 


21 


140 


22 


5910 



J10ft State Bank of Antioeh N 
: % 22 



410 
7290 
3780 
410 
410 
410 
4330 
5570 
410 
9210 
3640 
410 
410 
2470 
6870 
410 
410 
410 



Do 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Glean E. Daubert 5 

Fox Lake Realty Co. Inc 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Daniel B.*Higgins Jr. 9 

George J. Vitek 10 

Fox Lake Realty Co. Inc. 11 

Do 12 



1220 

1170 

1170 

1720 

1170 

1170 

1170 

1170 

1170 

3850 

1440 

5290 



M. P. Mitchell 
George E. Heuer 
Edw. F. Foreman 
Max Federer 
Melvin J. Wohlfeil 

Do 
Willis J. Filistreault 
Adolph M. Lellinger 

Do 
Lakes Country Club 
Algene J. Wisneski 
Ohas. & Jos. Petruska 
Chain O'Lakes Park Assn. 

Do 

Do 

RESUB OF DRESSEL'S SUB 

Helen Marie Dressel 

Do W% 
Joseph C. Krbec E% 

Do 
Othelia Dressel & Mrs. 

Anna Robinson (ex E 

100 ft) & (ex W 50 ft) 
Robert & Rose Pleohaty 

E 100 ft 
Joseph Pepin W 50 ft 
Robert it Rose Plechaty 
Paul & Rose Mehring (ex 

E 420 ft) 6 26130 

Roy Gallagher W 90 f t E 

420 ft 6 9280 

Elmer Vessemmeyer W 90 

ft E 330 ft 6 7490 

William Vessenmeyer W 

120 ft E 240 ft 6 5230 

John M. Kindca W 60 f t 

E 120 ft 6 6740 

Robert Savage E 60 ft 6 6880 

RESUB OF LOTS 27 TO 37 INCL.- 
GOLF VB3W MANOR UNIT NO. 3 



1 
2 
2 
3 



4 
4 

5 



5430 
830 
830 

3230 



1100 

550 

3920 

10930 



RESUB OF LOTS 1 TO 5 & 

ABOLISHED ROADWAY IN CEIt- 

MAK & CERVENY'S SUB 

Wanda Majerowicz 1 5020 

Thomas Zasadil 2 5370 

Anton J. Stepan 3 6530 



Ralph M. De Weese 1 90 10 

Christ Orhcim 2 3800 

Do 3 250 

Carl O. Koch 4 250 

Do * 5 3830 

John R, Kupson 6 250 

Do 7 5810 

Chester Kosowski 8 250 

Khrl W. Hawkins 9 4990 

Do 10 250 



5090 

RUNYARD'S ADD TO GARWOODS 
LAKE MARIE SUB 

Harold W. Olscn 

Do 

Do 
John Walter & V. Here- 

tik 
- Do 

Lloyd B. Ottenstroer 
Vincent G. Gruzza 
Carl Arvid Westling 

Do 
Allan G. Mac Kinnon 

Do 
Allan Mac Kinnon 
Mrs. A. G. WaUin N 34 ft 13 
Christ M. Faulhnber (ex 

N 34 ft) 

Do 
Thomas H. Hosty 

Do 
Otto Albert 

Do 

Do 
Peter J. Schaffer 
Olive P. & H. E. Tess- 

man 
Henry E. Stainer E 15 ft 
Edw. T. Super (ex E 15 ft) 22 

SECOND ADD. TO HILLSIDE 
SUBDN. 
Gregory Miller 1 330 

Lotus Woods-Meyers Bay 

Co. 2 330 

Robert L. Ulatoski 3 330 

Lotus Woods-Meyers Bay 4 330 
Anton Goebel 5 330 

Do 6 870 

Do 7 330 

Elizabeth Meisgcicr 8 330 

John R. Jeck 9 330 

Do 10 330 

SECOND ADD. TO LOTUS PARK 



1 


1163 


2 


4470 


3 


620 


4 


4750 


5 


620 


6 


3510 


7 


2750 


8 


620 


9 


3100 


10 


620 


11 


5570 


12 


3100 


13 


2820 


13 


2820 


14 


620 


15 


7980 


16 


620 


17 


620 


18 


3100 


19 


620 


20 


4190 


21 


3140 


22 


250 


22 


5160 



Elizabeth W. McNidhols 4 210 

Robert B. Reband 5 410 
Oswald Kussmann Jr. Et 

Al 6 410 

Do 7 410 

Do 8 410 

Do 9 410 

Alfred W. Hudon 10 300 

Edw. Eleder 11 . 410 
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Nam* % , l Description Aii-d^Val;; 
Russell Helgesen 15 6090 

James Caple , 10 ,5640 



SECOND ADO tO SELTBB'S 
SUBDN - 

Dr. K; U. :8t "Zora M1C- 

fi- bread ? 1 

Sam Barbara 2 

John T. Emerson \ , -3 

BWa W. Lambert 4 

Mrs. Leta M. Beehler 8 

Stanley Sarbameek , ;6 

.-■-■Do m •■■"2 

Laddie Seake 8 

Do . » 

Albert C^Geiat 10 

Do- i *l 




jyeronka^e Joseph Prible 12 
S. Kupryn& A, Madia 1$ 
Matilda Stramete 14 

Louise Babiarz ' IV 

Do^ ^ - S* T 

SELTER'S SUBDN. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
,5 

8 
:8 
7 
$ 
9 

\l 

12 

a 

15 



2890 
3640 
1130, 
2690 
3640 
2020 

410 
4940 

410 

410 
3990 
4090 
3920 
3300 
3300 

410 
^330 

" 

2890 
2990 
4410 
4410 
4820 

410 

4940 

4130 

4130 

3860 

830 

2890 

830 

830 

4060 

1930 



Name 

Leon S. Sex 

DO 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
, Do 



Description lAis^ Val 



BLOCK 8 





1990 


5 


280 


6 


140 


7 


140 


8 


140 


9 


140 


10 


140 


11 


140 


12 


2620 


13 


140 


14 


280 


19 


230 


16 


3090 


17 


140 


18 


140 


1 


280 


2 


280 


3 


280 


4 


1660 


5 


280 


6 


1590 


7 


280 


8 


280 


9 


280 


10 


280 


11 


280 


13 


410 



Sex 



\ 



Do 
Rudolph Freebus" 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 4 
Davis Van Skike 
Eric Swenson 
Frank & Solma Peterson 
Stanley Telinskr 
Geo. & Rose Coconate 
Schorak & Populorum 

Do 
Roman P. Prange 
Mr. & Mrs. James Rest is 
James Restis • 
Frank A. Stumph & Geo. 

J. Girten Jr. 
George Girten 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Davis & Mar. Van Skike 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 5 
M. Lehman 
Robert Belter 

Do 
Hclge & Inga Bloom 

Do 
Albert C. Damske 
Albert C. Albske 
Victor 8c Barbara Shear- 
man 

Do 
Leon S. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 
Alfred Jerde 

Do 
Elmer Rudolph 
Eugene Wire 
Eugene & Georgia Wire 
Elmer Rudolph 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Valentine Asp 

Do 
Elmer Rudolph 

BLOCK 7 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do ■ 

Do 

Do 
John Serslhori 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

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12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 

1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 

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9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
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18 
19 

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2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 



10 

11 

12 

13 

If 

15 

16 
17 
18 
19 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



Ransom F. Bronaon 

Joseph J. Friedei = 

Cornelius Blom 

O. Nielsen 

Edna^P. Wessendor* ; 

Emma Belter (ex fflfr 129 

George Burke Ely 125 ft. 
Harry B. Helwi* 
Joseph F. Gross 
Mr. 8c Mrs. Walter Eich 

Do 
R. L. Robertson* 

Do 7 

Do 

Do 
Mrs. Theresa Ring 

LEON S. SEX * CO'S WOODED 

HEIGHTS ESTS. 

BLOCK 1 

Ben Chelili 1 410 

George Kovar lot 2 8c E 

40 ft lot 3 690 

Carl F. Cook W 20 tt lot 

3 8c all lot 4 
Robert J. Mc JCeague 
Arthur J. Gessler 
Clarence T. Gessler 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Lydar Skulstad 
Albert Jordan 
Joseph Letzter 

Do 
Leslie P. Sullivan 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 2 
Mrs. Ruth Mc Cormick 
Edward J. Tax 
R. J, Consoli 
Arthur J. Gessler 
Bemhard 8c Myrtle Schewe 
Clarence Gessler 
Robert Burrows 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do lot 12 8c E Yt 
Pierre Albert Van Sdhoor 

W Vz 13 140 

Do 14 5240 

Do 15 280 

Lorrin J. 8c Martha Kim- 

mey 16 1720 

Do 17 280 

Leon S. Sex 18 280 

Do 19 280 

BLOCK 3 

Do 
Carl & Helen Anderson 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 



Do 
Do 

Do: 

Do 
■iDo 

Do 
Do 
Do- 
?Dor : 

Edwin Faland 
Leon S. Sex 

Do- 
Do 

Do 

■iDo- ' 

IDo 

Do 

Do 



111 
12 
13 
14 
15 
10 
17 
18 

1 

3 

/:4: 

5 


7 

a 

9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 



280 
280 
280 
280 



THE ANTIOO H NEWS. AMHOCH. ILLINOIS 

— mmmmimimm^mmt- ' 

i Description 




280, 
280 
280 

280 
260 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
290 
280 

4130 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 

1280 
280 
280 



Name 

F.'L. Landhof 

P. J. Reckers 

Do 
Carl A, Franzen 
Clarence Kanthak 
Richard Waters 

Do 

Do 



Aj»'dVal. 



AT 
48 
49 
80 
51 
52 
58 
84 



Frank Knechemeiater Jr. 55 



BLOCK 9 
: Do : • — v -X-' 

Do 

Joseph At Wright 

Joseph Wright 

V. Dal Ponte 

-.-Do- 7 -.-/ * -:,...:■ ^ 

Do 
Leon S. Sex X 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do . 

Do * 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 10 
E. C. Trussell 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 
Jack Ambrosia 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 
Carl Reynolds 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 
Henry S. Schubert 
Lois A. Ward 
Viola Ballin 

Do 
Clarence C. Vielehr 
Jack Ambrosia 

Do 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

BLOCK 11 
Leon S, Sex 

Do 

Do 
Walter Gessler 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 


280 


2 


280 


3 


2620 


4 


280 


'5 


'280 


o: 


'280 


7- 


6470 


8 


3030 


9 


280 


10 


280 


11 


280 


12 


280 


13 


280 


14 


280 


15 


280 


16 


280 


17 


280 


18 


690 


1 


3720 


2 


280 


3 


280 


4 


280 


5 


280 


6 


280 


7 


5920 


8 


280 


9 


280 


10 


280 


11 


280 


12 


7710 


13 


2760 


14 


280 


15 


280 


16 


2760 


17 


280 


18 


280 


19 


280 


20 


280 


1 


140 


2 


140 


3 


140 


4 


1760 


5 


140 


6 


140 


7 


140 


8 


140 


9 


140 


10' 


140 



Ralph Femer 1&6 

Do? . 187 

Dr.\Carl?A. Telwea . ?58^ 

John Conbilte ^59 i 

Gilbert Hester Ett 60 

Felix Langhof Wtt 60 

OllHoater ^c m 

Adolph H. Spitz 62 

F. L. Langhof v a63> 

Do^ , - -: ^..— 364- 
Howard & Mary Morgan 65 

Do 60 

Harold ;S. Nelson ■ : -. ^67 -? 
Arthur & Jane Tlesling 68 
Edith 8c Otto Kulin 69 

Chas. & Mildred Steger 70 

Do t- '- Ml- 

Archie E. 8c B. Shannon 72 

Do ^78 

Helen Chmel ? 74 

Donald 8s Bern ice Moschel A 

SJBADT NOOK SUBDN. 
BLOCK 2 

Rudy & Johnny Resort 

(ex 127 ft Wend) 
John Sershon E 50 ft W 

127 ft 
Stanley L. & E. L. Lopez 

W 77 ft 

BLOCK 5 
Jos, Hubert com 545.42 ft 

S of N W cor blk 5 S 

60.08 ft E 175 ft N 60 ft 

Wly toPOB 
Mrs. Mary Risany com 

805.50 f t S of N W cor 

blk 5 S 50.07 f t E to 

Lake Nly alg Lake 50.02 

ft Wly to P O B 
Joseph Hubert com S W 

cor blk 5 N 192.25 ft E 

143.4 ft to Lake Sly to 

P O B 
I. Robert Palm N 31 ft E 

70 ft doc 464077 / 

10 ft N 



280; 
280 

4130 
280 
280 
280, 

4890 
280 

4410 

16780 

280 

280 

4010; 
140 
140! 

6540 

280; 

280 

280 
4410 

280 
5780 
5060 
2760 

280 
3510 
.280 

280 
3170 

280 



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01 



Name ^Daicriptlon; 
Fred McLaughlin iStt j 

Dot ~4r;m.^i'i?A 
Fred Marshall N 150 

lota 62-83-64 
Augusta Kuchta N 75 it S 

150 ft lots 62.63-64 

Do S 75 ft lots 62-63-64 

,Do : ; 4 ;ff.-rg 

^vdo --t 

Arthur M. Cracke 

John Fischer 

:Do-^ 
fl. B. stoit ; 

\D6W~m .^:, ■:. ;;. 
John F. Dollman i 
Do 

A. L, Kersten 
Thos. Perkins 
■ :Do' ;- 

-Do^ 
S. E. Forsman (ex S 100 

Paul F. Kreft th N 50 ft 

sHioo ft H:S m i.w 

B. L;* B.E. Flint S 50 



Au'dVal. 



410 

4410 

3720 






3100! 




'4880' 


65 


:3960; 


60 


830 


67 


2980 


68 


830 


69 


i 830 


70 


2860 


71 


7890 


72 


£ 550 


73 


8170 


74 


3310 


75 


6190 


76 


2620 


77 


5850 


75 


830 



ft 



1 16360 
1 4980 
1 4950 



8320 



6740 



4190 
4540 



79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



Leon 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



S. Sex 



BLOCK 12 



1720 
2000 

280 
1660 

280 
2960 

280 

280 

^'Joseph G. Michelon 

^ ua |S. Anderson 
„- art ! Stanley D. Anderson 
d ' 2U BLOCK 13 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

io- 
ii 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



21 



3330 

3590 

4270 

3850 

2960 

280 

280 

2070 

280 

280 
2480 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 

280 

280 

260 

280 

4710 

2680 

1170 

3510 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
3040 
1660 
280 

2890 
280 

2480 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
$80 
280 
280 

3170 
280 
280 

280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 



Arthur Bengsch 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 
Arthur F. Bengsch 
Leon S. Sex 
Erwin Dieball 

Do 
Art Dieball 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 
Robert D. Cook 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
S. D. Anderson 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

Park 



140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
4410 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 



4260 
4350 
2680 
4330 



7500 
2890 



3510 
3020 



Stanley D. Anderson 
Leon S. Sex 

SHANNON'S FIRST ADD. TO 
WOODBINE PARK 

H. SiRnorello 2 3660 

E. R. Moschal 3 3060 

Mervin A. & D. L. Noxon 4 3660 

L. & I. Lavery 5 2890 

Henry J. Albers 6 1040 

Benny Gabrelewski 7 500 

Jerome Lcandri 9 7590 

Richard G. Irmen 10 500 

Do 11 3170 

Glenn Dowel 1 12 500 

Do 13 6060 

Kenneth Van Patten 14 500 

Steve Yadron 15 2580 

Do 16 3180 

Earl & M. E. Van Arsdale 17 2700 

William Vuolo °18 500 

Kenneth Van Patten 19 500 

Donald 8t Patricia Bjork 20 4080 

Do 21 500 

Donald C. Bjork 22 500 

Felix L. Langhof 23 500 

Lewis 8c Anna Rogers 24 . 500 

Do 25 7020 
SHANNON'S 2ND ADD TO 
WOODBINE PARK 

Viola A. Lay 26 970 

Do 27 280 

Archie E. Shannon 28 2410 

Do 29 280 

Robert 8c Anne Littwin 30 5510 

Gregor J. Blast 31 280 

Do. 32 280 

Robert T. Wozniak 33 280 

Do 34 3580 

Anton Grablowski 35 2410 

Robert Belter 36 280 

Do 37 4270 

Robert & Lydia Breul 38 2480 

Robert W. Breul 39 280 

Algot Swanson 40 2710 

Do 41 280 

Maurice Jones 42 280 

Ray Kimbrel 43 280 

Richard & Pat Harland 44 4410 

George & Lillian Small 45 280 

Do 46 280 



Arthur Richter S 4 

140 ft S 170 ft of th pt 

blk 5 daf beg at NE cor 

blk 5 thW alg Sin Duck 

Lane 338.6 ft th SWly 

49.4ft to E In Lotus Ave." 

th S alg E In sd Ave. 

495.9 ft th Ely 158.8 ft to 

shore of Lake Marie th 

Nly alg shore of Lake 

Marie to POB 3860 

Emily Preston S 30 ft of 

th pt blk 5 daf beg at 

NE cor th W alg S In 

Duck Lane 338.6 ft th 

SWly 49.5 ft to E In Lo- 
tus Ave th S alg E In sd 

Ave 495.9 ft th Ely 168.8 

ft to shore of Lake Ma- 
rie th Nly along shore to 

POB 
Eugene Cox W 58 ft N 

120 ft 

Do E 40 ft W 96 ft N 

120 ft 
Sue Genevive Cox E 80 ft 

W 176 ft N 120 ft 
Frank & Mary Girtler 

(ex 31 x 70 ft NE cor) 

E 159.6 ft N 120 ft 
Eugene Cox S 40 ft N 

160 ft 
Martin Wojciechwoski 

(exptdescin272D344) 

S 101.7 ft N 261.7 ft 
Joseph Rogg pt desc 272 

D 344 
Alyce & Ruth Yuknis N 

100 ft S 170 ft of th pt 

blk 5 daf com at NE cor 

blk 5 th W alg Sly In 
. Duck Lane 338.6 ft th 

SWly 49.5 ft to E In Lo- 
tus Ave. th S alg E In 

495.9 ft th Ely 158.8 ft 

to shoreW Lake th Nly 

alg shore to POB 6190 

J. L. SHAWS SUBDN. ON 

FOX LAKE 

Joseph Adams 

Sisters of Charity B.V.M. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
William C. Goelz 

Do 
Roy W. Krizan 
William C. Petty 
John F. Hedman 
Michael Rzepka lot 13 8c 

{ex S 40 ft) 
Edward Elfering S 40 ft 
John Oberweiss 
Homer S. Oarker M. D. 
Frank R. Ballwanz 
F. H. Sommer 

Do 
R. E. Jacobsen 
M. W. Colby Wly 150 ft 
R. E. Jacobsen (ex Wly 

150 ft) Nly Yz 
George M. Horn (ex Wly 
, 150 ft) Sly Vt 

Do 
E. H. Weig 
Dorothy M. Harris 

Do (ex W 45 ft) 
John Brekke W 45 ft 
William J. Rowe 
Myrtle G. Newell 
Donald E. Brekke 
John Scheiden 
N. N. Broderick 
Anton J. Bergl 
William Forest Fink 

Do lots 33 8c 
Frank Schwartz 

Do 
William Herbert Gough 
Theresa Gallert 
Indian Pt. Rod 8c Gun 

Club S % 
Charles S. Kieft 
Harriet M. & Grover 

Piper 
John Andreas 
Annie Elias 
Theo. L. Lobstein & Co. 

Do 
Dietrich Fricke 
Wendel Mauer 
Andrew Locher 
E. A. Schoenlau 
Mrs. Elsie Radtke 
B. E. Harris lot 52 & N 

20 ft 
Lillian G. Ackerman (ex 

N 20 ft) 

Do 

Do 

Do 56 

James 8c Mary Fatak 
I. B. Andersen 

Do 

Do NVa 



89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

90 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

100 

107 



109 

110 

111 

112 / 

113' 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

132 



1 


830 


2 


1650 


3 


2950 


4 


4400 


5 


2950 


6 


46750 


7 


2060 


8 


2060 


9 


18840 


10 


12240 


11 


14920 


12 


5640 


14 


6540 


14 


3780 


15 


6320 


16 


9900 


* 


4190 


18 


8520 


19 


2060 


20 


6870 


21 


3300 


21 


620 


21 


620 


22 


8110 


23 


3090 


24 


5230 


25 


6540 


25 


3400 


26 


7010 


27 


5780 


28 


5230 


29 


5230 


30 


8250 


31 


4600 


32 


1650 


34 


14030 


35 


7840 


36 


2060 


37 


6600 


38 


5780 


40 


690 


41 


6600 


42 


3720 


43 


4060 


44 


6530 


45 


6460 


46 


1510 


47 


9000 


48 


7970 


49 


5090 


50 


2310 


51 


410 


53 


5810 


53 


250 


54 


410 


55 


410 


S 


410 


57 


3310 


58 


3310 


59 


3310 


60 


410 



Thomas Perkins 

S, E, Forsman 

John Dvorak Jr. 

Adam Wielgosz 

Ernest & Edna Rodell , 

Gustaf K. Schmid 

Joseph He jl 

William G. Bork 

Eat of Emil Strasser 

Louis J Gaal . 

Do : , 

W. W. Huggma v "- 1 
Mrs. D. Koenig 

Do 
Edw. A. Kralbver 
William Duczman 
Anton Shilka 
Roy E. Johnson 
Do 
Do 
Elmer C. Drewes 
Mrs. C. Forsman 
Louis A. Ward 
Do 
Do 
Henry E. Keating 
Edward Prange 

Do 
Harold E. Fox 
Raymond W. Leopold 

Do 
Tracey L. Shaw 

Do 
Herbert J. Gentzen 
Do 
Do 
Charles G. Holmes 
Charles G. Holmes Jr. „ 

Do 
Lillian G. Ackerman 
Do 
Do 
Charles G. Holmes Jr. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
A. N. Johnson 
Clarence Spiering 
Herman F. Fluegel Jr. 

Do 
Michael Kuhn 
H. Barragan 
John N. Marshal 
Amedee 8t Jo. Gelderman 133 
Do . 134 

Frank Debrauwere 135 

John Doubek Jr. beg at 

SW cor lot 136 th E on S In 
, In 100 ft th NEly alg a In 
passing thru a pt in N 
In lot 137 21 ft E of NW 
cor thof 273 ft to waters 
edge of Boat Channel th 
Nly alg In pari to Wly In 
lot 145 to N In th W alg 
N In to NW cor lot 145 
th S & SWly alg Wly In 
of lots 145 & 136 to POB 
pt lots 136 137 & 145 
John Doubek Jr. beg at 
SW cor lot 137 th NEly 
alg In passing thru a pt 
in N In lot 137 21 ft E of 
NW cor thof 273 ft to 
edge of bOat channel th 
Nly alg In pari to W In 
lot 145 to N In thof th E 
alg adj sd N In to E In 
lot 138 extd th S alg E In 
lot 138 extd & sd E In 
to SE cor th W to POB 
zpt lot 137 138 8t 145 
John Doubek, Jr. 
Edward B. Dwyer 
Dr. L. J. Jurek 

Do 
L. J. Jurek M D all lot 

142 8c E 50 ft lot 
L. J. Jurek M D 
Charles G. Holmes Jr 
Dr. L. J. Jurek E 150 ft 

W 269 ft measd on S In 145 
Peter Braeckman beg on 
E In 36 ft S of NE cor lot 
148 th N 70 deg W 171.8 
ft th S 25 deg 29' W 165 
ft MOL to S In th E on S 
In to SE cor lot 146 th N 
to POB pt lots 146 8c 147 
Emiele Wastyn beg at NE 
cor lot 146 th S on E In 
lot 146.36 ft th N 70 deg 
W 171.8 ft th N 25 deg 
29' E 149.9 ft th S 44 deg 
E 178.9 ft th S 40 deg W 
40.3 ft to POB (ex pt in 
Michigan Blvd) pt lots 
146 147 & 148 
Lillian G. Ackerman beg 
at NW cor lot 147 th S 
88 deg 28' E 180.9 ft th S 
25 deg 29* W to S In lot 
146 th W on S In lot 146 
to SW cor th N on W In 
lots 146 8c 147 to POB 
(ex pt in Michigan Blvd) 
pt lots 146 & 147 
Alecander Kadcla (ex com 
at NW cor lot 148 th S 
on W In thof 150.8 ft th 
S 44 deg E 37 3 ft th N 
40 deg E 80.9 ft th N 35 
deg W 146 ft to sd NW 
cor & POB) also (ex 
Nly 100 ft Ely 300 ft) 
also (ex beg on W In lot 
148 150.8 ft S of NW cor 
thof th S 44 deg E 37.3 
ft th S 40 deg W 40.3 ft 
to SE cor lot 147 th N to 
POB) also (ex com at 
SE cor lot 144 th E 150 ft 
th N 385 f t th W 150 ft 
th SWly to NE cor lot 
145 th S alg E In sd lot 
145 to SE cor thof th E 
100 ft to NE cor lot 144 
th S alg E In sd lot 144 
to POB) 148 

Charles G. Holmes, Jr. 
com at SE cor lot 144 th 
E 150 ft th N 385 ft th W 
150 ft th SWly to NE 
cor lot 145 th S alg E In 



3640 

5090 

0300 

2070 
4960 
4060 
4060 
4060 
4060 
2620 
3310 
3310 
5090 

830 
4130 
4060 

830 
4010 

830 

1520 

, 830 

830 
3580 
4810 
4610 
0260 

830 

830 
5160 

830 
6740 
2960 

830 
2820 
7290 

830 



6190 
830 
12930 
830 
830 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
830 
4060 
3310 
4060 
690 
3720 
3310 
3440 
3310 
2210 
5850 



Namo I 

V Ed lot 145 to SE cor thof 
I Ath)B lC0;fiitO'NE*or lot 
-144 1th iS alg E In «d lot 
1 144toPOBi 
Clinton 8c Ethel Thompson 
i (ex pt in Michigan Ave) 

com at NE cor Tot 147 th ; 

S 62 deg 29»Wi 109.4 ft 

thS44degE176.9ftth 

N 40 deg E 80,9 ft fhJM 1 

35 deg W 146 ft to NW 

cor lot 148 & NE cor lot ; 

147 to POB pt lots 147 8c 
i 148 W .k , : f\^N: '^- ■■■£:' 
C.m Heater (e*Wty 125 

>it>BNly 100 mi Ely #00 ^; 

ft to mm im >-'■ - 148 
Frank McCall Wly 125 ft 

Nly 100 ft Ely 300 ft pt - 1 
Vlot ^i-- L -U 148 

Henrietta A. Wede 153 

C.tA.'XWmfI#! rf- ;> ■7^184 
ElmerS^SVlWUt S 193 ft ■_■ 

thWWMt !; v; i, ^i58 

Jane A; Corby (ex S 193 - i • 

! ft i W 30 ft) doc 450-460 195 

Dorothy R. Vattera^ 158 

Do : 187 

J. H. Culbertaon ' x. 1 M 
Lola Moneyhem ; 1^ ^s^lM 
Henry G. Beckman ' 180 
Ruth E. Strong Ely 1/3 fol 

desc lot 162 «c Nly 40 

ft lot 101 . 
Nib Jensen S 10 ft -161 
Peter Parison Sr. Wly 1/3 

fol desc lot 182 8c Nly 40 

ft lot 101 ![:>•*! 
William J. Zale Wly % of 
Ely 2/3 of fol desc lot 
162 & Nly 40 ft lot 
Eldred F. Wilson 
John Topercer 
G, Jay Meier 
Elizabeth B. Sheehan 
Richard J. Steler 
Raymond B. Tekip 

Do 
Anna M. Brown 
Gordon Pierce 
Salvatore Canevello 
Roy W. Krizan 
Lawrence S. & Hazel 
Korsen 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Paul Glab 

Do 
Rachel C. Howard 

Do 
Joseph Hornacek 
Salvatore Canevello 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Rev. Omelon Mycyk 
Anna M. Brown 
E. L. Weeks 

Do 
Howard E. Heft 
L. S. Warner 
Frank L. LeBeau 
E. J. 8c Dora Nilson 
W. H. Brandenberg 
Nils Jensen 

Do 

Dp 
E. H. Fiebig 
Oscar Kyberg 
Edward C. Cooney 
J. W. Miller 
Miss G. Payette & Mrs. V. 



Desci lotion ^AiiMVal 



THURSD AY, NOVEMBER 20, 195 8 



340 



8360 



210 

210 
2480 
2480 

410 

i V ■ 

3510 
830 
3310 
4610 
2960 
2960 



3720 
1210 

3170 



Mama Dii«cfpt!en Ais'dVaf, 

Archie Post all lot8 8eth 

pt lot 9 (ex pt beg at 

NW cor th NEW alg 
INWlyln$adf)tot120;85 ft 

th SEly to pt on SEly 
'In ad lot wh tpt lla^fc 

way betw SWly cor 8c 

SEly cor thof th SW to 

SWly cor thof th NWly 

to POB) lot 8 oVpt 9 4060 
Peter Kay beg at NW cor 

tnNiayalgNWlylnsd 

lot 20.88 ft th SKy to 
j pt ori SEly In sd lot wh 

sptiUttwaySbetwiSWly 

cor 8« SEly cor thof th ? 

SW to SWly cor thof th 

NWly to ;POB pt r- 9 fc 

Do . 10 

DoEtt 11 

Do f H -11 r 

Margaret K. Weia 12 

Fred Bergman 13 

A. P.Claus . 14: 

'■;do ■' 15 | 

Frank Palermo 16 



1030 





1030 


138 


.4270 


139 


830 


140 


7290 


141 


830 


145 


2620 


143 


410 


144 


410 



101 


3170 


163 


6330 


164 


4060 


165 


4930 


166 


830 


167 


6670 


168 


2890 


169 


830 


170 


1720 


171 


2620 


172 


830 


173 


1720 


174 


830 


175 


830 


176 


830 


177 


830 


178 


830 


179 


830 


180 


830 


181 


830 


182 


850 


183 


3310 


184 


4540 


185 


830 


186 


3310 


167 


830 


188 


830 


189 


3310 


190 


4410 


191 


4130 


192 


3720 


193 


3720 


194 


2270 


195 


830 


196 


830 


197 


830 


198 


3310 


199 


830 


200 


5090 


201 


830 


202 


2620 


203 


3170 


204 


2620 


205 


4130 


206 


830 



Frederick William Worst 17 1 

iDo . 18- 

Frederick W. Worst 19 

Thomas G. Ingstrup ' 20 

P. Liebmann m #1 1 

Joseph Weinschenk I 22 

Katherine A. Stocklln 23 
Do ~ — 1. ! - ! c • "24 

Louise Ahlstromer . 25 

Do 20 

Do 27 

Grace Aurlammo 20 

Frank L. Allen ,' 29 

Frank L. Allen 1" M 

Irwin J. Kupczyk 81 

Eugene M. Server 82 

Berbara Hanhart 39 

John Dvorak 34 

Raymond A. 8c Ina C. Best 35 

30 
37 
38 
39 

40 
41 
42 
43 

44 

45 
46 

47 
48 
49 
50 
51 



207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 



216 
217 
218 
,219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 



280 



3090 



4190 



8940 



Payette Stewart 
G. F. School 
Elmer W. Witt 

Do 
Arthur A. Bettridge 
Amelia Davis 
F. Erfckson 
E. A. Davis Wly 105 ft 

lots 214 & 215 
C. W. Davis (ex Wly 105 

ft) lots 214 8c 215 

Do 
E. A. Davis 
C. W. Davis 
J. P. Hansen 
Mrs. Diantha Wise 
Mrs. D. A. Allen 
Ella Schulte 
Irving H. Shanks 
Paul C. Freier 

Do 
Hilma Olson 
Myrtle A. Claridge 

Do 
Marshall Joseph Peterson 229 

Do 230 

Reuben A. Anderson 231 
Peter 8c Helen Stempfle 232 
James A. Ferrier 233 

Do 234 

Do 235 

Clay 8c Gert Conrad 230 

Mrs. Syrus Werda 237 

Mrs. Frank Lietz lots 238 

8c 239 

Warren 8c Lydia Edwards 240 
Wonder Lake Syn. 241 

Catherine R. & Belton 

Gean 242 

Bruno J. 8c F. Wolwoiec 243 

Do 244 

Mathew Videgar 245 

Do 248 

J. P. 8c Irene Devitt 247 
R. 8c E. Bork 248 

Do N 25 ft 249 

Eric F. Thies S 25 ft 249 

Do 250 

Bruno Rinke 251 

Do 252 

Edward Olejniczak 253 

Do 254 

Wm. P. & Eunice Miller 235 
William Ambroski 258 

Peter Biondo 257 

„ Do « . 258 

Roy B. Ring 259 

Jens P. Hansen 260 

Norman D. Dahly 201 

J. W. Nelson 262 

Do 263 

Bernard G. Pox 264 

N. O. Nelson 265 

Do 266 

Do 267 

Sylvia E. Rozek 268 

Roelof Ten Bruin 289 

R. Ten Bruin 270 

Do 271 

Do 272 

Lillian G. Ackerman A 

Do b 

Do c 



760 






830 
830 
830 
5850 
4080 
3720 
4060 

3650 

3860 

830 

830 

2270 

830 

830 

830 

830 

830 

4470 

830 

830 

830 

830 

7980 

830 

830 

830 

830 

4080 

1190 

4060 

4060 

4130 

2620 

830 

5090 

4060 

830 

830 

3310 

830 

3310 

410 

410 

3310 

3310 

830 

4060 

830 

830 

4060 

1110 

5510 

3580 

5850 

3510 

830 

4960 

6200 

1720 

5090 

830 

4060 

1900 

6190 

830 

550 

550 

550 

550 

J. L. SHAW'S 2ND SUBDN. ON 
FOX LAKE 

Max Listek i 3920 
Thomas Pendergast 2 5500 
Alice Maronde 3 4330 
W. Thcilgard 4 4470 
Wallace & Sylvia Ander- 
son 5 1930 
Alfns Matthys 6 1240 
Do 7 6120 



Mr. Felix J. Kolbuck 
Wlldwood Fishing Club 
Henry Morlarity 
George Kolarik 
Irven I. Kephart 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin La 

Fevre 
Theodore Benkowskl 
Nora Candoa 
Paul LeRoy Newton 
Adolph Schulze 
Fred A. Backstrom 
Perry B. Hoagland 
O; 8c H. Segelke 
George 8c Elsie Lehmann 82 

Do 53 

Nellie C Yerion - 54 

Frank Bencick 88 

Clem Kalob 80 

Estelle M. Hill 87 
Marrianna B. 8c S. A 

Kutyna 88 

Charles Rytlna 59 

Do 60 

Steve Made 61 

Charles Huber 62 

Fox Lake Realty 63 
D. K. Harmon 8c F. M. 

Nichols 64 

Do 65 

Robert Schonard 66 

Jennie V. Ringholm 67 

Oliver Verchota Jr. 68 

Bertha Schneider 69 

Do 70 

Bertha Schneider 71 

Lillian Borden 72 

Do 73 

John B. Huster 74 

Matthew Calto 75 

Charles P. Riha 76 

Floyd Kupc2yk 77 

George A. Dutkovich 78 

Do 79 

William C. Theisen 80 

Do 81 

William Theisen 82 

Do 83 

William C. Theisen 84 

Mrs. Lucille Hurdle 85 

John 8c Libbie Liska 86 

Joseph P. Till 87 

Allen Claire 88 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 89 

Do 90 

W. T. Sullivan 91 

Do 92 

Do 93 

Elmer Vallo ' 94 

Do 95 

Do 96 

Mary Wisniewski 97 

Thomas J. Harvey 98 
William George Smith 99 

A. E. Johnson 100 

Frank Harvanek 101 

Edward Garbe 102 

Mary Becker 103 

Adolph Turk 104 

Ed. 8c Hazel Nist 105 

Do 106 

Edward & Hazel Nist 107 

William T. Sullivan 108 

Do 109 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 110 
Franklin L. Zimmerman 111 

William T. Sullivan 112 

Anton Kawell 113 

William T. Sullivan 114 

Do 115 

Mrs. E. Mackowski 118 

Edward D. Mar ham 117 

E. M. Mc Devitt 118 

Charles E. Nowak 119 

Charles E. Nowak 120 

Robert G. Hansen 121 

Emil E. Hageline 122 

Henry Caruso 123 

E. M. Sarver 124 

Eugene M. Saver 129 

Jacob W. Reiter 126 

Leonard Pareluis 127 

Anthony 8c A. Dauber 128 

Do 129 

W.&L. Tesch 130 
Walter 8c Lillian Heraty 131 

E. M. McDevitt 132 

Do 133 

W. T. Sullivan 134 

Do 135 

Do 136 

Do 137 

Do 138 

Do 139 

Do 140 

Do 141 



Harry E. 8c Jeannette M. 

Ellison 142 

William G. Landcaster 143 

Harry E. 8c Jeonett M. 

Ellison 144 

Do 145 

Do 146 

Stanley Setlak 147 

Otto C. Pavel & Joseph F. 

Kowalski 148 

Lillian E. Woods 149 

John Martin 150 



880 

6800 

620 
620 

S870n 
0920 
5920 
1240 

2890 

1240 
4750 
1240 
6020 
4980 

4470 
8710 
1240 
4470 
1240 
1240 
8870 
1240 

1240 
4470 
1240 
1240 
4470 

9490 

4820 . 

3370 

8370 

4130 

1240 
1240 
8120 
1240 

1240 
3370 
3370 
4270 
3720 
3720 
1240 
1240 
4130 
3760 
1240 
8920 
2890 
1730 

3850 
3840 

410 
4810 
2470 

410 

1880 
410 
410 
410 
1920 
410 
410 
410 
410 
3640 
410 
4740 
2890 
3640 
410 
4950 
410 
410 
410 
3090 
410 
3440 
2540 
3090 
4546 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
3920 
4050 
410 
5360 
3230 
3390 
410 
2690 
4540 
3640 
820 
410 
410 
410 
410 
3640 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
2750 
4260 
3640 
2890 
4950 
410 
5360 
3640 
3640 
960 
3920 
4540 
3990 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

410 
410 

410 
6190 

410 
4190 

3640 
5360 
4540 




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Fred C. Schenmeyer 
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Anton Straub ■ 
Frank J. Benclok 
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■ 





Mrs, Ann Vaufhen 

Do '-.' 
Jamea J. Miller 
W. T. Sullivan 

Do 

, Do ■ 
Philip A* Turner 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
John Grxenia 
V [Do" 7 " , r * . 

Do .:_ 
Louisa Piacentlni l 

Do 
Donald Bock 
Raymond Carlino 
John V. Feftnuich 
Nellie Yerion 
Henry Hartmann . 
Samuel Reid 

C. E. Kaucky, Jr. " 
Clara Eichler 
Ingred Hansen 
M, Conine McAvaney 
W. T. Sullivan 
R, Heft 
R&&S.t, Grant 

Do 
Louis V. Stephens et ai 
Do 
Do 

ftephcn F. Dalton 
. Sgaller & A, Cohen 
Chas. Christensen 

Do 
Paul & Bernice Jackson 
B. R. Gooderl 
Mrs. R. R. Gooderl the 

W 2/3 lot 208 209 & 
Richard C. Lawson E 1/3 

lots 208-209- 210 

Arthur W. Holland 211 

M. J. Schnitzlns 212 

Do 213 

Do (ex N 45 ft) 214 

Albert S. Olaen N 49 ft 

lot 214 & all lot 215 

Do 
Mrs. Ella Uggla 

D. J. McCutcheon 
Stephen F. Dalton 
Louis Stephens 

Do 
M. Wegger 
Raymond S. Grant 
Monte Grant 
Mrs. M. Sweet 
Mrs. Elsie Heft 
M. C. McAvaney 
M. Carrine McAvaney 

Do 
Max Beatty 
Elizabeth A. Burns 
P. Damlans 
George L. Breo 
John V. Petrusich 
Frank L. Bitter 
Oscar. R. Fick 
Ralph Todey 
M. Corrine McAvaney 



151 

182 

163 

184 

155 

158 

157 

158 

159 

180 

181 

182 

183 

184 

185 

188 

187 

188 

189 

170 

171 

173 

173 

174 

178 

178 

177 

178 

179 

180 

191 

182 

188 

184 

185 

188 

187 

188 

189 

190 

191 

192 

193 

194 

195 

198 

197 

198 

199 

200 

201 

202 

203 

204 

205 

208 

207 



410 
410 

!'4id 

41810 

3640 

4870 

410 

410 

410 

m 

5020 
410 

4540 
890 
410 

;'^io 

(410 
410 

3990 

2890: 
410 
410 
410 
410 

1480 
410 
410 
210 

3440 

4540 
410 

v410 
410 
410 
410 

.410 
410 
410 

1370 

3880 
410 

2890 
410 
410 

2890 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
750 
410 
410 

3440 

8190 
410 



DeKrlptfon 

Vail & Suhrbier 
Do, 
Do 

■ .-Do!- f'V : 

■Ralph W. Olson 

Bernice Olaen 

Exchange Nat'l. Bk, 

Evelyn Nygaard Thomp- 
son : ° 

Benny Rosy ■ 

Qua Intagna 

John A, Mines 

[§Do ? { H 

\m>o^w % 

Do 

Do i 
Alexander Zakes 

Louis Pederson 

Paul Liebmann 

uDo 

George D. Watts 

L. B. Harris 

Hattie & Roy Newberg 

yDo .; ' mi 

Do 
Elsie Coney 
Doralnlck Patenza 

Do 

Do 

Doli$\ % : 
John Straza Adm 
wJDo 

Do 
Ronald D; Cox . 
Ronald D. Cox "~ 

Do 
Margaret Slhler 
Fox Lake Realty : 

Do '. 
William Maebuis 
Jas. Algner 
Charles F. Olaen 



A»'dVal. 
310 1240 



311 
312 
313 
314 
318 
318 

317 
818 
319 

320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
338 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
-344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 



K. L. Engvalson & Carol 353 



210 4270 



3840 

5360 

410 

4540 

70 



218 

217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 



Rudolph 8c C. Butterman 239 

Do 240 
Do • 241 

E. H. Modersohn 242 

Do 243 

H. Childs 244 

Patrick Cull 245 

Do 246 

James E. Lomax 247 

Do 248 

H. Childs 249 

John B. Fruehtl 250 

Mrs. Robert L. Curtis 251 

Edward L. Schrottland 252 

Edw. H. Dabisch 253 

Harold S. Puckey 254 

Do 255 

Nancy M. Kilroy 256 

Thomas Kilroy 257 

John P. Morrisroe 258 

Augusta Holmgren 259 

Mrs. Herman C. Rodig 260 

Chester Trykowski Jr. 261 

A. & L. Rasmussen 262 

Mrs. Nell Sullivan .263 

Fermin Laureys 264 

Do 263 
George A. Bromstad Jr. 268 

Stanley S. Stach 267 

Do 268 

James C. Shoop 269 

Do 270 

H. E. Harrald 271 

T. Bohre 272 

Do 273 

Do 274 

William Holtz 275 

James McKinney 276 

Do 277 

Katherine M. Heide 278 
M. Corrine McAvaney 279 

James Ryan 280 

Arthur E. Autschbach 281 

Frank L. Bitter 282 

William J. Rout 283 

Do 284 

Do 285 

Do 286 

Alexander D. Zakes 287 

Do ' ' 288 

George A. Anderson 289 

Do 290 

T.Bohre 291 

Do 292 

Do 293 

Gus Intagna 294 

Benny Ros y 295 

Joseph Pranica 296 

Do 297 

Do 298 

George Patock 299 

Do 300 

Vail & Suhrbier 301 

Do 302 

Do 303 

Mrs. T. Bjerke 304 

Louis Pedersen 305 

Evelyn Doyle 306 

Harry J. Kaminski 307 

Do 308 

Conrad C. Block 309 



4890 

410 

410 

3840 

4190 

410 

7290 

3840 

3180 

3640 

3640 

3850 

410 

1480 

410 

410 

2200 

3640 

410 

3840 

4670 

5640 

3640 

410 

410 

4600 

410 

2270 

1510 

410 

410 

410 

410 

4190 

410 

410 

2890 

2200 

2890 

3840 

410 

2200 

410 

410 

410 

1300 

2060 

2200 

2200 

410 

3440 

2200 

410 

4540 

3840 

410 

2890 

410 

3640 

410 

3640 

410 

3640 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

410 

4600 

410 

410 

4540 
410 
410 

2890 
410 
410 
410 
410 

1240 

3640 

410 

410 

410 

2510 

4l0 

410 

4540 

2200 

4050 

2890 

4050 

410 

2890 



Harry J. Kaminski 
Harold W. & Eva Ha mm 

Do 
Gerald Brachmansky 
Louis & Cecilia Hahn 
Thomas R. Cody 
Do 
Do 
John Halper'Jr. 
John Halper Jr. 
Fox Lake Realty 
W. T. Sullivan 

Do 
Annie J. Edwards Est. 

Do 
James Kolar 
Edward Dunne 
Fox Lake Reality 
Edw. Grenier 

Do 
Frank Budllovsky 

Do 
Mrs. Mary Enberg 
Mr. Clarence Fuller 
Rev. Mother Gen. Lor- 
etta Literary & Benov. 
Inst. 
Paul O'Brien 

Do 
J. H. Anderson 

Do 
Florence H. Walter 
Edward J. Hogan ' 
Dorothy G. Burke 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 
Alfred J. Nelson 
W. Worth Bean Jr 
Thomas Grosso 
Karl E. Lorell 

Do 
P. C. Halper 
John Halper 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Evo & Hide Romani 
Harry J. & V. M. Kamin 
ski 
Do 
Russell & Virg. Pande 
Jean MacLennan 
David & E. L. Bostrand 
Joseph Krzyzowski< 
Evo & Hide Romani 

Do 
Oakle Lee 
Ray Schreuder 
Jacob L. Sladek 
Henry Shembor 
Charles C. Scaccia 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Serocki 
Alfred 8c G. Mannella 
John Halper 
Nick & Fanny Totonl 
Mrs. Ella Mueller 
Charles Sarin 
Do 
Do 
Frank Koger 8t J. Gaber 422 
Carl & Elsie Lather (ex 

S& 423 

Frank Koger 8c J. Garber 



354 
355 
358 
357 
358 
359 
380 
361 
362 
383 
364 
365 
386 
367 
388 
369 
370 
371 
372 
373 
374 
375 
376 
377 



378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 
387 
388 
Rec. 389 
390 
391 
392 
393 
394 



410 
410 

n4io 

410 
410 

0370 

4540 

4540 
5360 
6770 
1240 
410 
410 
410 
410; 
1790 
1030 
3370 
410 
410 
410 
[f41p 
1650 
410 
410 
410 
' 410 
4050 
1990 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
1850 
410 
410 
410 
410* 
4540 
410 
410 
410 
2340 
550 
3090 
340 
410 
410 
410 
410 
% 410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
5090 
410 
410 
410 



396 
397 
398 
399 
400 

401 
402 
403 
404 
405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 
421 



^ DsierJptkm 
Stan^^Josephine«ai«k]489 J 

Do " >470 1 

Anna Robis ?4Z* ' 

Do '->■■ - '472 

Elmer . E. Abrahamson 473 
^Do 'mi; . -^ - "474:^ 
David l&iifM. ; Junius, ic/o r 

Carl|M.Jellnek, Jr. 475 
?Do ^476 

Clara E„ Mason 477 

s7Do 478 

Mrs. L. De Wyzc, c/o 
mantt^.- ■ W9 

Joseph Krawczak 480 

John Werderitch 481 

Do 482 

Lloyd Fitzpatrick 483 

Mrs. Helen Zaharek 484 
A. Sergey " S^ 485 

Carl M. Jelmek. Jr., Nft 485 
Carl M. Jelinek, Jr. 486 
Philip Karmann 487 

Herman H. Wendorf . . 488* 
Harvey G. Anderson 489 

Charles Schlasser -490 

Do *91 

Michael Straka 492 

Frank Balaja -493 

Frank Gattuso : 494 

Do 495 

Clarence & E. Krawczak AW 
Ray & Madeline D. StexV 

fano ?497 

Do 499 

Mrs. Fred Schwan 499 

HugoMaedge 500 

Gust it, Agda Magmison 501 

DO -502T 

Fred Balog 503 

Do - 504 

Harry Johnson 005 

Do 506 

Axel Fridell . 507 

Walter Preiksa 508 

William Colburn 509 

Charles L. Usedom 510 

Do 511 

Do 512 

William C. 8c E. F. Smith A 
W. T. Sullivan B 

Do C 

Do D 



410 

410 

4540 

^410; 

3300 
410 

*10 
410 
1410 
410 

1410 

4260 
1790 
1790 
3039 
3030 
2070 
2070 
8800 
3780 

890 
4130 
3780 

550- 
3710 
1020 
2820 



690 

3920 

690 

3170 

2820 

690 

3440 

1240 

8500 

1790 

4400 

5640 

4270 

3370 

690 

3920 

2070 

330 

330 

330 

330 



Name 

Do ] 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do | 
John A. Simon 

Do 



iplfon 



AiA'dVal 



192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 



Crawford Realty, lots 201,202 

' JDO - h- } 203 8c 204 

Do I 205 

}Do 208 

Orville Lane - ; -207 

♦Do 208 

(Do 209 

Do i 210 i 

John A Simon ; 211 

p&ttm 212 

Ottllle Besserer M j 213 

Do 214 

Frank Re Cupldo ;1 215 ; 

Do 218 

Do 217| 

Do ««218; 

Victor Yurow r I219i 

:4-Dov.-i..;:-\-h , ;, ^1220 

Louise Rackow • 221 

.• } Do; ' .' : r-pi 222 

Do , 223 

Mrs. Cecelia Weber 224 

Do ( ;] 220 

BLOCK 9 
Glen D. i KitzmlUer 

Do 
Crawford Realty 
-Do 

Lots 6 



:". 



Sfe 423 

Carl & Elsie Lather 424 

Anton Sugar 425 

Do 426 

Do 427 

Do 428 

C. A. Anderson 429 

John Kuhr 430 

Victor Motl 431 

Julius Loewenberger 432 

Wm. T. Sullivan 433 

Mary Walkoff 434 

J. Weinman n 435 

E. Serafinski 436 

Frank Weller 437 

Martha Young, (ex N%) 438 

Olga M. Weller, N% 438 

Martha Young 439 

Martha 8c John Young 440 

Harry Herdrlch 441 

Max & D. Boehm 442 

Edw. Trojnair 443 

Albert Young 444 

Do 445 

Do 448 
Frank O. & Bertha L. 

Kaiser 447 

Do 448 

George Sontay 449 

Michael 8c Jean Cavello 450 

Raymond Hertz 451 

. Do 452 

Do 453 

Do 454 

Walter C. Winikaitis 455 

Do 456 
Max & D. Boehm 
Harry Herdrich 

Martha & John Young 459 

Martha Young 460 

• Do 461 

Do 462 

Conrad Taetzner 463 

Mary Walkoff 404 

Harry 8c K. Herdrick 465 

Do 466 

Do W% 467 

Do Ett 467 

Harry Herdrick 468 



410 
410 
410 
410 

410, 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

3570 
410 

1240 
410 
410 

2020 
410 
410 
410 
410 

960 

960 

1350 

4670 

'4190 

3570 

960 
8450 
4190 
4190 
4190 
3090 
1790 
3020 
3440 
1380 
3440 
3100 

690 
3170 
2340 
3850 

1990 

340 

4820 

690 

3170 

5710 

690 

3170 

690 

4540 

3720 

690 

690 

3850 

1760 

4950 

340 

340 

690 

690 

B90 

690 

4130 

690 

3170 

690 



SIMON'S KLONDKE SUBDN. 

BLOCK 1 

E. H. Hillebrand 1 4820 

Do 2 250 

Walter Papenfus 3 1860 

Do 4 250 

Belle R. Cahn 5 250 

Do 6 250 

Nicholas Schroeder 7 250 

Do 8 280 

Marion Miller ' 9 250 

Do 10 ■ 250 

A. Connelly 11 3230 

Archie Connelly 12 250 

Do 13 250 

Do 14 250 

Conrad Aschasher 15 & 16 3370 
Mr. John Kronenberg, 

Lots 17 8c 18 






.! 



I'M' 

- . .1 



1 

2 

4 

-5- 

c 7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 

17 

18 

19 



H. G. Salladay 

Do 
Anton M. Peterson 

Do^ 



Do 
Do 



M. 



BLOCK 2 
Rackow 



Louise 

Do 

Do 

George' A. Smith 
Mrs. Belle Buhr 

Do 
Marie Feldman 

Do. 
John L. Schwab 

Do 
Delbert Sherwood 

Do 
Marie Feldman 
Mrs. O. Van Dorn 
George Wolf 

Do 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

142 
143 
144 
145 

146 
147 

14 
150 

151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 



2550 
690 

8120 

3090 
410 
410 

4540 
410 
410 
410 

2200 

2610 
410 
410 

2890 
410 

2200 

3640 
410 
410 
210 

1280 
410 



Walter 8c Barbara Meyers 158 

Do 159 

Fred Schneider 160 

Do 161 

Mary E. Smith 182 

Do 163 

Carrie Schmidt, lots 164 - 165 

Do 166 

Do 187 

H. Williams 8c L Rasasco 168 

Do 169 

Do 170 

Do 171 

Walter 8i Barbara Meyers 172 

Do 173 

Frank Wrobleski 174 

Do 175 

Marie Feldman 176 

Do 177 

George W. Hansen 178 

Do 179 

Salvatore Canevello 180 

Do 181 

Do 182 

Do 183 

Wilmer Asche 184 

Do 185 

George A. Smith 186 

M. A. Schnettcr 187 

Do 188 

Do 189 

BLOCK 3 
Edward De Grenier, E 383 

feet 
Edward De Grenier, (ex 

N 100 ft W 682 ft & W 
300 f t S & adj N 100 ft & 

ex E 383 ft) Block 3 
H. L. Schiele, Block 4 
Henry Bevier, Block 5 
Grace S. Jemison, (ex S 

150 ft), Block 6 

BLOCK 7 
Edw. C. Oehler, lots 150, 

151, 152, 153, 154, 155 

and 167 
Bertha L. Quatrochi, c/o 

A. De Welt, lots 158 to 

161 inclusive 
Edw. C. Oehler, lots 188, 

169 & 170 ' 
David Oehler, Lots 164, 

165 & 166 
Mildred De Welt, Lots 

156, 157, 162 & 163 
Edwin W. Smith 171 

Do 172 

Do 173 

George A. Smith 174 

Lawrence R. Thiel 175 

Do - 176 

Do 177 

George Eck 178 

Do 179 

Rudolph Thiel 180 

Do 181 

Edw. & Victor Koupiski 182 

Do 183 

Victor & Anna Loupiski 184 
Victor & Anna Loupiski 185 

BLOCK 8 
Lawrence R. Thiel 186 

Frawley & Barnes 187 

A. E. Linder 188 

Do 189 

Do 190 

Do ■ 191 



5090 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 

250 
250 

250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
25Q 
250 
250 
250 
250 

1860 
250 
250 

2650 
330 
330 
330 
330 

3580 
330 

3990 
330 
330 

3160 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 



550 



330 

260 

7010 

330 



410 



Do 
Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
George J. Thornhill 

Do 
Frank Re Cupido 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Paul Schoen 

Margaret Schoen 20 

Sam Peterson 21 

Do 22 

Mrs. Eleanor Johnson, c/o 

Wood 23 

Do 24 

Do 25 

Crawford Realty 26 

Do 27 

Frank Re Cupido 28 

Do 29 

Do . .30 

Do 31 

Do 32 

Do .33 

J. Setcoff 34 

Do 35 

Louise M. Rackow 36 

Do 37 

Do 38 

Mrs. Cecellia Weber 39 

Do 40 

BLOCK 10 
Victor & Ger. Koupinskl, 

Lots 41, 42, 43, 44 
John A. Simon 45 

Do 46 

W. Grimm, c/o Basil N. 
Pyshog, (ex S 50 ft mol 
for rd) Lots 47 and 48 
Lawrence R. Thiel, Lots 

49, 50 & 51 

Gust Soleman 52 

Edw, 8c Victor Koupinskl 53 

Do 54 

Victor 8c Anna Koupinskl 55 



%i4o; 

140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
1140 

mm 

5680 
3140' 

;33o: 

1330 

330 

330 

4950 

1330 

^250! 

3250 

7)250; 

250 

1250 

1250 

250 

2S0 

1250 

1280 

250 

;250 

200 

1170 

I l*w 

P : '!4io' 

8180 
410 

7420 
410 

4960 
410 
410 

9810 

3210 
280 
280 

8510 
280 
280 
280 
280 

3860 
280 
280 
280 

280 
280 
280 
250 

1530 
250 

1880 

3890 
250 

1860 
250 
250 

3890 

3850 
250 
250 
250 

1530 



Description 
John L, 8s Mrs. Horach , 
.•^i . :■: Lots 12 * 13 

John L. 8c Mrs. Horsch, th 

Et Lot 14 lyg NEly of > 
, l drawn equi-dlat betw 
NEly & SWly In of Lot 14 
Frank GKarg, th pt Lot 



AiVdVal 



14860 



1030 



14 lyg SWly of In drawn 
Hi-*" 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



1 
2 
3 
4 

8 
« 

7 

8 
U9' 
10 
11 
12 
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14 
15 
18 
17 

A 



11310 

2060 
1850 
1650 
9140 
12380 
0290 



280 

250 

250 

250 

370 

370 

370 

370 

370 

3550 

4960 

4470 

9420 

10460 

3720 

6010 

9080 

4010 

3780 



C 3920 



C 
D 

10 
11 



13 1080 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



Do 56 

Rudolph Thiel 57 

Do 53 

George Eck 59 

Do 60 

Lawrence R. Thiel 61 

Do 62 

Do 83 

George A. Smith 64 

Adam C. Weiss 137 

George A. Smith 138 

Do 139 

Ed. Grimes 140 

Do 141 

Anton M. Peterson 142 

Do 143 

Edwin W. Smith 144 

BLOCK 12 

Charles Peters( ex N 9 ft) 83 

Charles Peters, N 9 ft of 
Lot 93 & all of Lo t 94 

Frank Re Cupido 95 

Do 96 

Do 97 

BLOCK 13 

Howard. Shea, (ex pt lyg 
Nly of In- rung from pt 
on E In sd lot 26 ft* S 
of NE cor thof to pt on 
W In sd lot 27.1 ft S of 
NW cor thof pt ded for 
hwy) 65 

Howard Shea 66 

Do 67 

Mrs. Loretta ReCupido 68 
Do 69 

Do 70 

Do 71 

Edwin Polzin 72 

Do ". 73 

Mrs. Loretta ReCupido 74 
Do 75 

Herman Ulrick 76 

Do 77 

Do Lots 78 8c 79 

Herman F. 8i Henry Ulrick 80 
Do 81 

V. Remeika 82 

Veronica Remeika 83 



330 
140 
140 



210 

280 
140 

7430 
250 
250 
250 
250 

3270 
250 

2750 

2480 
250 
760 

2040 
140 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
250 

170 

4610 
330 
330 
330 



eq ul -dlst . betw t h NEly 
f&iSWly/ki of [Lot 14 

Frank G.Karg H 

; ^Do' ' 

h !Do ; 

Harry & Alma Cole 

■Do. : ;v> ' ■ 

. iDo ; -:mj- .;. 

SMITH'S 2ND SUBDN. 
BLOCK 1 j 
H. B Smith 
Eugene Smith 
Charles H. Smith 

'-Do -: ' ' -t ■ 
i-^Do-- -J-A i 

Lillian H, Schmits 
Lillian Schmitz 

rnno : ^r.:-M '■■:■ ■ 

:^Do- " 

Theo. & Lillian ] ! Schmitz 
Henry A. Knsckstedt j 
Lillian Schmitz 

| DO ■-■;'-■-■:- • , ': I:.-; ,< 

Edward Russell 
Lillian Schmitz 
George Pa ty . 
•HDo -/-.;'=:■;' 
Eugene Smith' 
Charles H, Smith- . 
Bert S. Hites, (ex S 132.7 

It) 
Henry A. Knackstedt, S 

132.7 ft 
Charles H. Smith 

BLOCK 2 
Teldeodore A. Schmitz 
Charles H. Smith 
Charles H. Smith, (ex W 25 

ft N 127.5 ft) 12 

Russell Smith, (ex N 127.5 

ft), 
Henry Janes, W 25 f t N 

127.5 ft lot 12 & N 127.5 

ft lot 13 
Theo. W. Smith* Jr., S. 

Smith 
Henry Janes 
Vern & Mary Heath 

Do 

Do 
Vern E. Heath 
George R. Grunow 
Theodore W. Smith, Jr., W 

% lot 2 & th pt of lots 3, 

4, 5 8e Wk lot 6 lyg Sly 

of cen In Rte. 173 

Lillian Schmitz, (ex W 

% lot 2 and th pt of 

lots 3, 4, 5 8c Ett of lot 6 

lyg Sly of cen In Rte 

173) lots 1 to 9 

THOS. JEFFERSON SMITH'S 
SUBDN. 

Antoinette Cooper, com ■ 

on NE cor S 55 ft W to 

NW cor E to pob 
Harold 8c Bar. Jorgenson, 

(ex com on NE cor S 

55 ft W to NW cor E to 

pob) 
Carl E. Swanson 
W. C. Anderson, N% 
O. J. Onstad, SV4 lot 3 & 

N 42 2/9 ft lot 6 
George E. Hackbush 

Do 
Fred W. Oschmann, S 

57 7/9 ft lot 6 & N 40 ft 

lot 7 
Herbert G. Dent, S 50 f t N 

90 ft 
Leon Mosley, S 10 ft 
Pioneer Tr. & Sav. Bank, 

Tr. 
O. R. Kresse, lot 9 & N 40 

ft Lot 12 
Leon Mosley, N 34 ft 
Mrs. Mary E. Kelly, <ex N 

34 ft) 
Mrs. Mary E. Kelly, S 75 ft 11 
Mrs. Mary E. Kelly, N 25 ft 11 
Marion Hunt Pechousek, 

S 50 ft N 90 ft 
H. B. Effinger 8c E. John- 
son, S 10 ft lot 12 & (ex 

S 50 ft) lot 13 
John Thomas Newell, S 50 

ft 
Mrs. Mary E. Kelly 
Mrs. Mary E. Kelly, N% 
B. C. Thompson, S'/z 
John Thomas Newell (ex 

S 50 ft) 
Albert Warner, S 50 ft) 
B. C. Thompson, NVfe 
Harold A. Burnson, S¥t 

Do. 
Clifford W. Vanderwcrker 

Jr. 



S 



Description 

SUBDN. OF ELK 19 
' WOODCREST SUBDN. 
TonViKurr ^ 1 

Clifford Packard 2 

S. Szafranlec 3 

mn6"-m A 

Frank Packaitis 5 

J. R.Methe, i - v 6 

R. P. Mclnnis, c/o J. W. 

Bailey 
Norman M. Murray 
Mae B. Nosek 
j^DoV s»' 

Julius C. Krupowicz 
Enoch A. Wheelen 
R. J. Hajek! : 
Union Bank of Chicago \ 
^®o" - 

Do i 

■:iDo :- > 
Arthur Ahel U f- >>\ 

Anthony. Domenico V 
Mr. 8c Mrs. Henry J. Ku 

-:Uckl^-': ',"^v r iv 

Do :■ ' "h...:, 
Harold E. Klank 
Stephen 8c Mary Rzysko 23 
Stephen Rzysko 24 

Stephen 8c Marie .Rzysko . 25 
John Swanson 28 

Do 1 27 

Floyd E. Marsh 28 

John A. Lavin 29 




tmw 



4824 
5710 
1090 
3920 
3920 
890 



250 
140 

410 
410 

280 




Do 



30 8480 



SURVEY OF PT EW 
SEC 11-48-9 



1 
2 
3 



4 

5 



7 
7 



2540 

3580 
830 
830 
410 
410 
3170 
4470 



23510 



1930 



2960 



15130 
6190 
4540 

11830 

11010 

8260 



12100 

7080 
410 



8 20630 



10 
10 



32590 
4600 

2720 
3090 
1030 



12 8040 



13210 



13 


10650 


14 


29160 


15 


2060 


15 


2060 


16 


2060 


16 


4950 


17 


23310 


17 


19940 


18 


4130 



17880 



170 

210 

210 

210 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 

140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Glen 8i Wanda 

Do 
G. Kitzmiller 



84 
85 
86 
87 

Kitzmiller 88 
89 
90 



G. & W. Kitzmiller, c/o 
Lido Liquors, Lots 91 & 92 

Howard Shea, (ex pt lyg 
Nly of In extdg from pt 
on W In sd lot 7.4 ft N of 
SW cor thof to a pt on E 
In sd lot 12.9 ft N of SE 
cor thof pt ded for hy) 133 

Howard Shea 134 

James Lydon, c/o A. Ell- 
man 135 
Do 138 

SMITH'S SUBDN. 

Dr. Claude W. Otto, pt 
dese'd in 169D314 1 

John Horsch, (ex pt desd 
169D314) 8c (ex 432D 
531) 

John T. Horsh pt dese 
432D531 1 

John T. Horsch 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Bruno Pichetti 6 

Do Lots 7 8c 8 

Martha & Anna J. Winch 9 

Raymond C. Glennon 10 



2620 
280 
280 

3920 
280 
280 
280 

2410 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 

4680 
280 
280 

3510 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 

3860 

550 



19 

SUB OF LOT A IN 
CEDAR CREST 

Neubert J. & Eliz. C. Bohl 3 
SUBDN. OF BLK. 10 & LOT A 
OF GROVELAND PARK 

Lillian G. Ackerman 1 



830 



500 

Do 2 500 

Do 3 500 

Do 4 500 

Do 5 2290 

Do 6 2290 

Do 7 500 

Do ' 8 1380 
SUBDN. OF BLK 7 IN 
MERRTWOOD POINT 



140 
1560 

280 
280 



1380 



1 

2- 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1 18980 



280 
8810 
8090 
1650 
8090 
3640 
4130 
5290 
9210 



Wesley H. Johnscn 
Bruno Francis 
Joseph Labdon 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Maxine H. Farwell 

SUBDN. OF LOTS 23-24-25 
IN SYLVAN WOODS 
Lorraine C. Schroeder 

lots 23. 24, 25, 26, 27 & 

all land S 8c adj in Sec 1 
12 H 46 R 9 & lots 28 & 29 

SUBDN. OF LOTS 149-150-151 
IN J. L. SHAW'S SUBDN. 

Ruth L. Kalleta A 

F. R. Oliver, c/o R. Finn, 

Adm. 
Ruth Kalleta 

Do 

Do 

Do * 

SUBDN. OF PTS. OF SECS 
11 & 12-46-9 
Herman -Scekamp, E 1/3 

Do WMj E 2/3 

Henry Steinbarth, W 1/3 
Charles H. Smith 
Eugene Smith 
Smith's Hotel. E% 
H. E. Smith. W'/fe 
Charles B. Smith 

Do 

Do 



5450 
9940 
690 
690 
690 
690 
250, 
250 
250 
250 
1930 



B 
C 
D 
E 

F 



49780 
152 

830 

3720 
830 

5850 
830 
830 



1 


9210 


1 


2000 


1 


10040 


2 


12650 


3 


4180 


4 


6390 


4 


5500 


5 


29430 


6 


1030 


7 


1030 



Richard Waters,, (ex beg 
on W In 100 ft S of NW 

— corth-E-parl-to N-ln -ib — £ 
E In th S to SEcor th 
W alg S In to SW cor th 
N to pob) Tract A 

June Flowers, beg on W In 
200 f t S of NW cor th 
E pari to N In to E In 
th S on E In to SE cor th 
W alg S In to SW cor 
th N to pob pt Tract A 

Edward. Bauman, S 100 ft 
N 100 ft tract A 

Richard L. Waters, 3 .047 A 
Tract B 

F. L. Langhof, 3.047A 
Tract C 

Charles 8c Esther Wood, 
3.041 A Tract D 

Joseph & Julia Koncel. 
3.30A Tract E 

Richard A. 8c Evelyn Grelg, 

com at pt in W In Tract 

H 304 ft N of SW cor 

thof th E 197.5 ft mol to 

W In ppty desc in Doc 

536892 th N alg W In ppty 
so desc in Doc 536692 to 
N In sd Tract H th W 
alg N In sd Tract H to 
NW cor sd Tract H th S 
alg W In sd Tract H to pob 

Leslie Lindeberg, (ex com 
at pnt on Sly In Tract 
«G" N 74 deg 30 min W 
45 ft fr SE ly cor thof, 
th S 74 deg 30 min E 166 
ft alg S his Tract "G" 8c 
"F* th N 37 deg 28 min 
E alg In pari to Ely In 
Tract "F" 210 ft, th N 
72 deg 2 min W 274 ft 
th S 6 deg 10 min W 

l pari to Wly In sd Tract 
"G" 210 ft to pob) Tract "F" 

Leslie Lindeberg, (ex com 
at pnt on Sly In Tract 
"G" N 74 deg 30 min W 
45 ft fr SElv cor thof. th 

5 74 deg 30 min E 166 ft 
alg S Ins Tracts "G" 

6 M F", th N 37 deg 28 
min E ale In pari to Ely 
Tract "F" 210 ft, th 
N 72 deg 2' W 274 ft th 
S 6 deg 10 min W pari 
to Wly In sd Tract "G" 
210 ft to pob). Tract G 

Eugene Wire, com at pnt 
on Sly In Tract "G" N 74 
deg 30 min W 45 ft fr t 
SEly cor thof. th S 74 
deg 30 min £ 166 ft alg * 
S Ins Tracts H G" & "F". 
th N 37 deg 28' E alg 
In pari to Ely In Tract 
"F" 210 ft. th N 72 deg 
2 min W 274 ft, th S 6 
deg 10 min W pari to 
Wly In sd Tract "G" 
210 ft to pob, pt Tracts 
F & G 

F. L. Langhof, th pt 
Tract H plat of Survey 
of Ft EVfe Sec. 11-46-9 
daf com at NE cor sd 
Tract H th Sly alg E In 
sd Tract 115 ft th Wly 
pari with N In sd 
Tract H 100 ft th Nly 
pari with E In sd Tract 
H 115 ft mol to N In sd 
th Ely alg N In sd tract 
H to POB 

SURVEY OF PT Ett 
11-46-9 

Leslie Lindeberg. pt Tr. H 

dosed in Doc 470316 
Leslie A. Lindeberg, beg 
at SE cor of Tr H th 
Nly alg sd E In tr H to 
a pt on E In 210 ft S of 
NE cor thof th Wly to a 
pt 204 ft N of SW cor of 
sd Tr H th S alfi W In 
sd Tr to SW cor thof 
th SEly alg S In sd Tr 
to pob (ex beg at SW 
cor sd tr th Nly alg W 
In 200 ft th Ely at 90 deg 
anRle with Wly In 100 ft 
th Sly & pari to W In 
to Sly In th NWIy on 
Sly In to pob) Tr H 
William W. Hynek, com at 
pt 304 ft N fr SW cor 
Tract H th S alg W In 
sd Tract 100 ft th E pari 
to N In sd Tract H 168.3 
f t th N 6 deg 10 min E 
75 ft th E pari to N In 
sd Tract H 125 ft to E In . 
sd Tract th N alg E In 
sd Tract H 3 ft mol to 
SEly cor ppty desc in 
Doc 536692 th W pari to 
N In sd Tract H 100 ft 
th N,6 deg 10 min E 
22.6 ft mol to pt due E 
of oob th W to pob 
Cclia D' Ambrose, beg at 
SW cor Tract H th Nly 
alg W In 200 ft th Ely 
at 90 dog angle with 
Wly In 100 ft th Sly & 
pari to W In to Sly In 
th NWIy on Sly in to pob 
Tract H 

SYLVAN PARK 
Robert F. Duha 1 

Hulda E. Lange 2 

Hans 8c Merrill Melgaard 3 
Dr. Edw. W. Mikula, Jr. 4 




340 



3810 

6530 

980 

20210 

2340 

5770 



5800 



2820 



690 



550 



250 



SEC 



250 



500 



3470 



410 

10320 
6800 
6800 
8870 



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36570: 
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(continued from preceding page) 
INimt'f Description i Ass'd Val. 
Alfred R, Prcissner *N!.-! 
Herbert C. Taylor 
R. B. Jones 
Walter Goddard 
• •'•. 'Do. m-l :•- ; 
Robert F. Duha 

SYLVAN WOODS 
•Dr. Frank J: Jirka, W 100 ft 1 
Mrs. O. Kerner, (ex W 100 i 

ft) Lot 1 and all Lot 2 . 
Richey V, Graham, Lots 3 

and 4 ^r v. m 

John A. i Thomas & John 

?M, Herbstritt t p 

Do --I- -<iiy~ .y • i. 

Elsie A. Schroeder ,i 

Do -!■ l--.:^" 
Elsie A. Schroeder 

mo i (ex SEly 5 ft) 
Otto & Agnes Collins, 

SEly 5 ft Lot 10 and all 111 
Charles Filbert W 
Steve Slahor 
William M. Knourek 
- -Do La- 
Joseph C, Pacman . , 
Mrs. Emma Siebert 
Mrs, Emma Siebert, Lot 18 
also th pt lyg betw Nly 

: & Sly In of sd lot extd 
Wly to shore of Channel 

-Lake 



5 


10870 


6 


.2060 


7 


2060 


8 


•6870 


9 


2060 


10 


1880 


us 


11320 


12 


8500 


13 


18150 


14 


16380 


15 


4640 


16 


7420 


17 


2080 



Name -; DfijcrlpHotv - Ais'd^Vali 
Edward E. Reich : 87 : 

\momx:: r ::M \ m ii : 68 

■Do" ; .*■ 69 

Pdtor^Zalatorls 75 

Hans s Meves ; 76 

Harold KM; 8c Helen Cra- ! 
'BMor'Js : : ■■■ ' 77 

Albert Brown 78 

Albert Crawford 80 

Wilbert G, Rausch I ^ 81- 
Myron 1 J. Vollenweider, ".', '82 
Anton Guldbeck £-' 83 

Anton & Grace Guldbeck 84. 

Joseph Scheff 'm ■ 65 

-r-Do-*H" ": - 86 

Edward J. Hauser 87 

Albert W. Brown 88 

Josephine M. Fink 89 

■'HDo,- ; E 90 

!Do m 91 

i-yoo",-: ; m mw-^\ --.mm 

C.!C;V'Haehleh ft J. Fink 93 
a Szeflinski, b/o Kuberski 94 



.22140 
2060 
9210 



A 
B 
C 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



1200 



24920 

830 

830 
410 
280 



330 

3820 

6240 

330 

4730 

330 

330 

330( 

330 

330 

330 

330 



13340 



Alex F. Chrisholm ^ 19 
Alex F. Chrisholm 20 
Lorraine A. Schroeder, ! 

(ex W 25 ft) Lot 22 & 

land lyg bet the water's 

edge 8c S In of above 

ppty 
Mrs. Cora K. Neff, Lot 21 

& W 25 i t lot 22 fie. land 

lyg betw water's edge 

& S In of above ppty 
Lorraine A. Schroeder. 

Ely 290 ft A 

Mrs. Lillian C. Graham, 

(ex Ely 260 ft) 
Mrs. Lillian C. Graham 

Do 

THIRD ADDITION 
LOTUS PARK 
Robert A. fie J.Heywood 
Robert A. Heywood 
George Hermanek 
Paul fie Anna Sawdo 
Norman Schlegel 
Arnold W. Shunneson 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Phyllis & Pat. De Rosa 

Do 
Gustav Mani, beg at NW- 

ly cor sd lot th SEly alg 

Nly In thof 308.3 ft to a 

pt 60.9 ft NWly from • 

NEly cor sd lot th S 74 

deg 01 min W 186.3 ft 

th N 74 deg 46 min W 

163.1 ft mol to Wly In 

sd dot th N 23 deg 53 

min E of Wly In sd lot 

190 ft to NWly cor & pob 13 
Joe Farrin, (ex com at 

most Ely cor sd lot th. 

N 36 deg 53 min W alg 

NEly In sd lot 36.4 ft 

mol to N In sd lot th 

S 89 deg 25 min W alg 

sd N In 501.25 ft mol to 

NW cor sd lot th S 34 

deg 36 min W alg Wly 

In sd lot 49.5 ft mol to 

Sly In sd lot th Ely alg 

sd Sly In 395.1 ft mol to 

NE cor of tract of land 

not included in sd sub 

th S 23 deg 53 min W 

alg Ely In sd tract 10.2 

ft th S 76 deg 07 min 

E 121 ft mol to Ely In 

sd lot th N 23 deg 53 

min E 160 ft to Pob) 
Gustave Mani, . com at 

most Ely cor sd lot th 

N 36 deg 35 min W alg 

NEly In sd lot 36.4 ft 

mol to N In sd lot th 

S 89 dtg 25, min W alg 

sd N In 501.25 ft mol to 

NW cor sd dot th S 34 

deg 36 min W alg Wly 

In sd lot 49.5 ft mol to 

Sly In lot th Ely alg 

sd Sly In 395.1 ft mol 

to NE cor of tract of 

land not Included in sd 

sub th S 23 deg 53 min 

W alg Ely In sd tract 

10.2 ft th S 76 deg 07 

min E 121 ft mol to Ely 

In sd lot th N 23 deg 

53 min E 160 ft to pob 14 410 

TRIEGGER'S SUBDN. 

Charles W. Haling 1 7150 

Charles Haling 2 8880 

Do 3 340 

Do 4 340 

Do 5 7490 

Joseph Decker 6 340 

D6 7 2470 

O. R. Hellwig, Lot 8 fit S 

Vz Lot 9 3030 

Alice Oholson, N% lot 9 

8c all lot 10 

Alice Cholson (ex N 20 ft) 11 
Daniel E. Nugent, (ex N 

35 ft) 12 

Dr. C. W. Brewer, N 35 ft 12 
J. C. Smith 13 

Peter Peyo Smith, NV4 14 
J. C. Smith S¥c 
Peter Pey } Smith 
James Kocmond 

Do 
Theo Schmidt 

Do 
F, Bremer fie H 



Edward Zarek 95 

Martha E, Miller 98 

John Gaik : i 97 

Gertrude M. Wylle 98 

Gertrude fie David G. i , 

iWylle 99 

William E. Bieder 100 

Josephine M. Fink 101 

Do ■ ■ "~4 ;102 

Do ! 103 

Do— i 104. 



14 280 



Betty Sape Grande J 105 

!Do : 108. 

Leonard Radzlk 107 

James Sylvester 108 - 

James Conley; 109 

Ada Brekke . 110 

M. P. Walsh 111 
Mrs. Marion Mayor, c/o 

Mrs. J. Wall 112 
Lena Carpenter, c/o R. J. 

Lancaster 113 

Mrs. M. Purtlll 114 

Joe McNamara .115 

Henry H, Cox, Jr. "i 116 

Do 117 

Gladys Converse 118 

Glady Converse 119 

W. A. Newman 120 

Joseph fie Helen Fresh 121 

W. A. Newman 122 

B. Lazutka 123 
Do 124 
Do 125 

C. W. Christiansen 126 
R. C. Lynn 127 

Do 128 

Charles Forto 129 

Do 130 

John P. Usas 131 

T. W. Novak 132 

Elsie^ahnke 133 

StiefeT Social Ben. Assn. 134 

Do » 135 

Mrs. Odessa Lindgren 136 

John Yukuis 137 

Frank & Rose Malva 138 

Do 139 

Do 140 

Arthur Rak 141 

Do 142 

John C. Gall Jr. 143 

Walter T. Larson 144 

George R. Wolf 145 

Raymond L. Enzenbacher 146 

Do 147 

Florence fie Lucy Caspar! 148 

Mrs. A. G. Wallin ' 149 

Christ M. Faulhaber 150 

Walter T. Larson 151 

Do 152 

Do 153 

Otto Albert 154 

Mrs. Clara Tagney 155 

1st Nat. Bk. of Lk. Forest 156 

E. Anderson fie Frank 

Damit 157 

Roy fie Frances Blom 158 

James Bianco 159 

Charles Zika 160 

Carl Volk 181 
Richard fie Margaret Sass 162 

Do 163 
Mrs. Henry P. Studtmann 164 

Gustav H. Klima 165 
Mrs. Elizabeth Johansen 166 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
Paeglow 20 
21 
22 

VIDVARDS RESUBDN. 

Carl F. 8e Joy Wirth 1 

Joseph F. Salasek 2 

Carl F. fie Joy Wirth 3 

John & Marie Krakowiak 4 
Edward L. Feth 5 

Edward Freth 6 

Carl F. Wirth, (ex State 
1 Hwy.) 7 

Ernest O fie Ethel KLoepfer 8 
Crawford Realty 9 

John Walejewski 10 

Dr. Edwin C. Ringa 11 

VOLK BROS. MID-LAKES 

Fred fie Helen Libert, Jr. 28 

Do 29 

Do 30 

Sadie J. Oberg 39 

John M. Lehner 40 

J. E. fie I. L. Runyard 41 

Adolph G. fie Katherine 

K. Helm 59 

Do 60 

Carmen Luciani 61 ' 

Do 62 

John W. fie Astrid Jansson 63 

Robert Trent 64 

Do 65 

Beroice M. Carlson 66 



2310 
170 

340 

340 

2470 

170 

170 

3230 

5430 

340 

340 

340 

340 

340 

340 

1650 
1650 
1650 
1650 
1650 
5910 

13760 
550 
140 
140 
330 

8530 
280 

2410 
280 

7020 
280 

480 

480 
4740 

480 
4740 
3920 

480 
4740 



Clarence Binder 187 
S. E. Mattes 168 
Leon J. Walczak * 169 
V. Mikuseh 170 
Do 171 
John F. Lonergan 172 
Do 173 
Harold Petersen 174 
Arthur H. Fischer 175 
Do 176 
Thure Ldungberg 177 
Do 178 
W. C. Palmer 179 
Frieda Jones N% 180 
W. C. Palmer S% 180 
Frieda Jones 181 
Albert Brown fie F. Hau- 
ser 182 
Do 183 
Mary Lee fie Roy T. Hyre 

Jr. 185 

Roy T. Hyre 186 

Mary Lee fie Roy T. Hyre 

Jr. 187 

Do 188 

Do 189 

Do 190 

Mrs. Pauline Dunne 191 

Paul T. Zeien Jr. 192 

Roy T. Hyre 193 

Edwin O. Kapso 194 

Do 195 

Do 196 

Adeline Orozzo 197 

Do 198 

Alphonso And nolo 199 

Do 200 

Do 201 

Do 202 

Raymond B. Willett 203 

Clarence Binder 204 

Do 205 

William H. Wind 206 

Do 207 

Do 208 

George S. Smith 209 

Do 210 

Frank E. Runyard 211 

Tony Neiring 212 

Do 213 

John 8c Grace Gar rick 214 

Tony Neiring 215 

Sidney Olson 210 

Do 217 

Do 218 

Howard Gallagher 219 

Ernest Fritz w 220 

Do 221 

John Lessnar 222 

Harold G. Bell 223 

Raymond Eastman 224 

Burnett Smith 225 

Michael Phillips 226 

Clarence Binder 227 

Do 228 

Carl Volk B 

Earl M. Smith C 

VOLK BROS. MID-LAKES 
NO. 2 

Theo. 8c Lillian Schmitz 1 

Do 2 

Wm. H, fie Grace P. Gif- 

ford 3 



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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20 , 1958 



480, 

2960 

480 

330 

30BO 
330 

3300; 

2860 
4460, 
6260 

4fl0 

3160 

i480 

4670 

480 

480 

4130 

2090 

1200 

1280 

3370 

2960 

3160 

3550 

330 



330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
,330 
330 



6 


J280 


7 


280 


& 


3280 


# 


d280 



.3190 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

3190 

319J) 
330 

3910 
330 

1400 
330 

3550 
330 

6520 
330 
330 
330 
330 
480 

4330 
330 
330 
330 

2480 

3550 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

6740 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

3910 
330 
330 

3580 

3090 

1220 
330 
410 
410 
410 
410 
2020 
3160 

4610 

4610 

330 

330 

480 

930 

3550 

3030 

2610 

3230 

3230 

480 

3710 

8480 

5290 

4740 

1310 

4610 

2890 

3160 

1140 

7840 

3920 

930 

930 

2540 

2610 
480 

14710 
1370 

480 
480 
480 
480 
330 
330 
330 
330 

3360 

2480 
330 
330 
330 

2480 
330 
330 

4460 

3630 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 

2480 
330 
330 

2480 
330 
330 

3080 
330 

3550 
330 

5830 
740 

2480 

6940 
330 

3080 

2540 
330 
330 

2650 

2650 

UNIT 

280 
280 

280 



Name Description ;^i Asj'd Val, I Name [ Description 

^Oo-.L "- ■Vvi'-'y - : '^1. 4 280; " 
:r:Oo^,.. J -\i i, j ■->■; ]»r -^280. 
A , R, B arnes fie Co, Prlrit- 
"-ersy 'i -'-- ; ^'/V;! ■ Vr ~-- : '-' '•!■- 
Edna B. Ryer 
Chicago T. fit T. Co. Tr." 

^DoW^.;--S!aSiL-£ 

W«i.-H;fiffGraceF.Gtf- 
;;tfordV^.' : -v-';,V:' m 10 ;280 
Mrs. Ella Demuth all :lot > 

ill&iNfc' s j 12 mo, 

Donald Canter ?S% lot 12 ^ H 

fie all < 13 410 

Joseph ficArlene Geddes 14 280 

Do ;! ; t 15 H80 

Do 16 1110, 

O.L. Raether i 17 441* 

Harry A; Hedge 18 4060 

m^DbMi- i-m 19- I M0 

Do 20 yttO 

Walter Johnson ! % 21 310 
Joseph S. Ramancionla 22 280 

Do - 23 280 

Barney! Natoerl i 24 <280. 

Do ^ i 1 25 ^280 

Albert J. Ciardullo lot 26 

aJsoSly %' H f .V 27 5910 
Frank j tc Mariam Ciardul 

lo (ex Sly %) 
• ;Do -•{ . 
Barney; Naber ■ 
-IDo • ■- 
i- |Do K-T 
Julius Keg 

"Barney- Naber— H — ! — — 
C. G. Hutchinson 

Do \ 



27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

38- 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 



140 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
-280 
280 
280 
280, 
280 
280 



A«'dVal. 

DO , p9 330, 

Do io mo\ 

Do 41 -330 

Do 12 330 

Do 1 13 1830 

Barney Waber .-..:. 14 ^330 

iPo 15 SC330, 

Chester Mazuer i 18 330 

Walter fie Marie Zmuda 17 8520 

Fred As Helen Libert Jr. 18 13340 

-; Do 10 1330 

Do 20 ^330 

Do 21 ^330; 

V.C; fie Alice IHawkB 22 ^330 

Do 23 -330 

I^Jo 24 330 

Sadie J, Oberg 25 ^33} 

iDo 26 ^830, 

Do ■;" 27 330 

Adolph G. fie Kath. Helm r28 330 

J* E. |«e : 1. L. Runyard 29 .- '330 

James 8c Irene Runyard 30 4540 

Adolph fie Katherine Helm 31 330 

) : DoT 32 330 

Do ~ ----- 'Jw« : ;v33 ■ ^;330 

Do lots 34 8c 35 13240 

Joseph fie Marie Leka» 



13670, 
ii340 
3570 
5150 
1230 
340 
340 



8c 

witch 
Do 
(Do 
John Yuknis 

. ;Do' -j 

Do 

Do 

—D o k . 



,, . [i 



38 
37 
38 
39 
40 
+1 
42 



330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 






Mrs. May Nible 
Chicago T. fie T. Co. Tr. 

Do 
Wm. H. fie Grace P. Gif- 

ford 42 280 

E. P. Mc Namee 43 280 
Wm. H. fie Grace P. Gif- 

ford 44 280 

Peter Roto 45 280 

John Volk 46 280 
Wm. H. fis Grace P. Gif- 

ford 47 280 

Do 48 280 

Julius Keg 49 280 
Wm. H. fie Grace P. Gif- 

ford 53 280 

Thomas Moheiseo • 54 260 
Wm. H. 8c Grace P. Gif- 

ford 55 280 

Theo. 8c Lillian Schmitz 56 280 

Do 57 280 

Emogene A. Case 81 140 

Do 82 280 

Chester Mazur 86 9220 

Do 87 280 

Do 88 280 

Barney Naber 89 280 

Do 90 280 

Do 91 280 
Walter fie Marie Zmuda pt 

N of In from SW cor to 

NE cor 93 280 
Clarence E. Wilson pt S 

of In from SW cor to. 

NE cor of lot 93 fie lot 

94 5430 

Roy J. Slaughter 95 410 

Do 96 3160 

Do 97 410 

Do 98 280 

John J. Cahill 99 4540 

Do 100 280 
William H. Brown lot 101 

also W^ 102 3990 
Richard Fuetterer E4& 

lot 102 fie all 103 

Do 104 

Erwin Diebali 105 

Do , 106 

Walter Johnson 107 

Do 108 

Do 109 

John fie Ann Dittman lip 

Do , 1" 

Arthur G. Hendrlckson 112 

Do 113 



Marie Leka- 



.43 330 

44 330 



Do 
Joseph tt 

witch 
John Yuknis 
Do - 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
P. S. Royer 
P. S. Royer 
Frank E, Runyard 

Do 
Robert Lemke _ 
Elmer Meierdirk 
Emil Forgeth 

Do 
Emogene A. Case 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do * 
- Do 
Do 
Do 

Do ;V 
Mrs. Jloy Pearcy ( 

Emogene A. Case 
Mrs. Frank E. Runyard 

(ex 452133) 73 

Frank S. Royer pt lot 73 

descd 452133 73 

VOSS GRASS LAKE GARDENS 
Edward A. 8c Gertrude 
Voss 
Do 
Do 

Do * 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



(Name Description '/AirthVal: 

Helena fie Le Roy Zuch- 

owski ;fl3 

John Holpuch .14 

Wilfred Baohert 10 

Frank J. Bene* 10, 

mo - 11 

Do i 18 

oo ii- [ • i» 

J. Clausen fie G. Dough 
" ; erty • i ■ 

Frank W. Sherry Jr. 
Do 

Paul Kabot 

Do i ■-■ 
Joe Kabot 

Do 
J. J. Spychala 

Do 

-Do 
Howard ,T. ifie C. Petter^i* 
■■■-'«h- . ; -'in-V '.^30 

Chicago title U Trust Co 31 
X J. Spychala <ex E34 ) 32 

Do E% sfc ^32 



20 


340 


21; 


^340 


22 1 


340 


23 


340 


24 


340 


25 


5570 


26 


- mo 


27 


.^J340 


"28 


mm 


;.I29- 


340 



WOODBINE PARK 



1 

2 

3 

A 1) 

5 

6 ? 

7 



340 
-340 

380 
5190 

i— t \ ■ jdl 

1650 
2200 
6260 
7910 
7420 
7160 
5510 



Roy J. Banlcki (ex E 40 
ft) 113 

Do 114 

Charles J. Cermack 115 
Arthur E. Poggensee 116 
H. J. Weidenhoefer 117 

Do 118 

Do 119 

Mike Masilunaa lota 120 
8c 121 

Do 122 

Joe Kopeck Sr. 123 

John Volk 124 

Do 125 

Severin fie Marion Mar- 
tin 126 
Rudy fie Johnny's Resort 127 



45 


,330, 


48 


330 


47 


330 


48 


330 


49 


330 


50 


330 


51 


330 


52 


330 


53 


1430 


54 


330 


55 


330 


56 


330 


57 


6110 


58 


330 


59 


4400 


60 


330 


61 


330 


62 


330 


63 


330 


64 


330 


65 


330 


66 


330 


87 


330 


68 


1760 


69 


330 


70 


330 


71 


330 


72 


5500 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
A 



4680 

4970 



■ 690 
690 
960 
890 
890 
890 

6670 
140 



W. W. WARRINER'S SUBDN 



Do 

Russell T. Mager 
H. Wohlf eil 

Do 
Fred Domibrowski 
fc*Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Richard 

Do 



Seyforth 



128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 



4670 

280 

280 

3650 

3370 

690 

3370 

4060 

690 

4470 

550 

140 
2340 

690 
1930 

690, 

690 
4950 

4400 
830 

1100 
690 
690 

690 

690 

690 

690 

690 

690 

1580 

5780 

1100 

1100 

1100 

550 

550 

550 

990 

990 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



Rudy 8c Johnny's Resort 139 
Emogene A. Case 140 

Do 141 

Richard fie H. Fuetterer 

park 620 

VOLK BROS. RESUBDN. OF PTS. 

OF MID-LAKES 
William Kaminskas 5 302O 

John Dabasinskas (ex com 

at SWly cor sd lot -th 

SEly alg SWly In thof 

to SEly cor sd lot th 

NEly alg SEly In sd lot 

5ft th NWly to pnt on 

NWly In sd lot 30ft NE- 
ly of pob th SWly 30ft 

to pob) lot 6 2550 

V. C. fie Alice Hawks com 

at SWly cor lot 6 th 

SEly alg SWly In thof 

to SEly cor sd lot th 

NEly alg SEly In sd lot 

5ft th NWly to pnt on 

NWly In sd lot 30ft 

NEly of pob th SWly 

30ft to pob pt lot 6 

also all lot 7 2730 

V. C. fit Alice Hawks 8 480 

Stanley Venckus 9 480 

Do 10 480 

Henry J. fie Lillian S. 

Mock 11 6670 

Do 12 480 

Do 13 480 

Elizabeth fie J. Eheim 14 2480 

Ludvik Kuba 15 480 

Do 16 6670 

A. Venckus 17 3710 

Peter Zalatoris 18 5290 

Hans Meves 19 480 

Harry 8c Evelyn Poult- 

er 20 7020 

VOLK BROS. 2ND MID-LAKES 
RESUBDN. 






a* 



John Volk 

Do 
Joseph H. Hubert 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 - 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 



330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 



Edward L. Larsen 

Do 
Frank H. Ehrhardt 
Conrad J. Wolf 
Raymond Zeman 

Do 
Nickolas Ursini 
Vernon Dunn 

Do 
A. S. Krisor 
Conrad W. Wolf 
George N. Goodin 
Mrs. Francis Vavra 
Mrs. G. Jarosik (ex S 10 

ft E 80 ft) 
Victor H. Jr. fie Mary Filip 

S 10 ft E 80 ft lot 14 

all lot 15 fie N 16 ft W 25 

ft lotjjl 
Victor Ffiip lot 16 N 10 ft 

E 70 ft lot 17 8c S 9 ft 

N 25 ft W 25 ft lot 31 
Christina Lemke (ex N 

10 ft E 70 ft) 
Marie Malek 
Chas. T. Graham 
Helen Ekstro an 
Frank W. Haase 

Do 
A. J. Fitzgerald 
Mrs. Alice Gallagher 
John. E. Opatts 
Julia fie J. J. Rusco 
Edw. Rosenberg 
Walter F. 8c Cath. P. Cech 28 
Donald R, Harris 29 

Charles E. Marks 30 

Frank O'Conner (ex N 18 

ft W 25 ft) fie (ex S 9 

ft N 25 ft W 25 ft) 31 

W. E. 8c Mary Jane Brandt 32 
Mildred Pilklngton 33 

Thomas J. Manning 34 

Charles fie Mildred Flek 35 
William W. Burroughs 36 
A. J. Goerling 37 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 



3920 

6190 
7770 



6190 
6190 
2950 
7080 
4820 
4820 
4820 
690 
4820 
3720 
5710 



lot 



William fie Marion Meyer 38 
Joseph M. Valenza 

Do 

Do 
Frank T. Berezniak 

42 fie N 7 ft W 15 ft 
R. B. Dwyer 
Victor H. Filip 
Victor fie Mary Filip 
Mrs. Juanita Ludwig (ex 

N 7 ft W 15 ft) 
Earl fie Louise Hogan 
Walter J. Holohan 

Do 
Richard fie Diane Young 

Do 
Catherine O'Brien 
Sophie Perry 
J. A. Pilut 
J. H. Skelton 
C. Fahrner 
Edmund J. Mors 
Leonard J. Lestina lot 58 

fit (ex N m ft) 
Edna Warriner N 6% ft 
Ruth Vogel 
William E. Holmberg 

Do 

Do 
Helen L. Cavalier 
Robert H. Moroney 
Mrs. Helen Koch 



WERDEN'S WOODS SUBDN. 



39 
40 
41 

49 
43 
44 
45 

46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



54 
55 
56 
57 



5500 
4820 
4330 
4330 
4880 
5640 
3920 
6400 

690 
7840 

690 

4890 

4820 

690 

4820 

4750 
4820 

890 
5230 
4820 

690 
3920 
3170 
4820 
4330 
5230 
4330 



59 


3720 


69 


140 


60 


660 


61 


2340 


62 


690 


63 


890 


64 


4330 


65 


4750 


66 


5370 



George Jacobsen 

Do 
C. F. Lindewirth 

Do 
Olaf 8c Viola Mathisen 
Joe Fernandez 
William Bagniewski 

Do 
Charles Gromall 

Do lot 10 fie N Vi lot 
Mrs. Helen M. Adams Sft 

lot 11 
John Holpudh 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
11 



12 



1650 
410 
410 

5770 
410 
410 

4190 

1440 
410 

3780 

210 
340 



Shannon Subd. Assn. 
Mrs. Weenonah Heln 
W. A. 8c Jane Frey i 
Mrs. F. J. Olson 
Noble F.Woodall 
E. E. Eberman Jr. 
Alice I. Rless 7 
James Fridell (ex S 40 ft 
£ 149 ft .fie ex N 40 ft 

~SHarfriri25-ffr-fiB-ex-s- 

75.9 ft W 110 ft) ! 8 6950 

Edw. fie 'Delia Dockry com 

at pt in Ely In lot 8 95 ■ 

ft Sly of NE cor sd lot 

th Sly alg sd In 40 ft th 

W 125.64 ft ith Nly 40.1 

ft th E 122.28 ft tor pob 8 5710 

Mrs. Geo. Krell com at a 

pt in S la lot 8-55 ft E 

of SW cor th Nly 75.55 

.ft th Ely 52.85 ft th Sly 

75.2 ft th Wly 55 ft to 

pob ■ 8 410 

Mrs. Geo. Krell com at 

SW cor lot 8 th E 55 ft 

th Nly 75.55 ft th Wly 

52.85 ft th Sly 75.9 ft to 

pob 8 3840 

J. Greenlee com at SE cor 

lot 8 th N 40 f t th W 

145.64 ft th S 40.1 ft th 

Ealg S In 149 ft to pob 8 5230 

W. E. Christensen- com at 

a pt 43 ft Sly from NE 

cor lot 9 Wly to a pt 28 

ft Sly of NW cor sd lot 

9 Sly 43 ft Ely to a pt 

90 ft Sly from pob Nly 

to pob descd in 252D269 9 1380 

Harry J. Dowel! com at 

NE cor lot 9 -th Sly alg 

E In 43 ft th Wly to a 

pt in W In 28 ft Sly of 

NW cor th Nly 28 ft to 

NW cor th Ely to pob 

lot 9 4890 

Gertrude E. Jones N 100 

ft 10 6530 

W. E, Christensen S 50.8 

ft 10 3860 

Ray Bellucci (ex NEly 80 

ft) lot 11 & th pt lot 12 

daf beg at NWly cor th 

SWly alg NWly In 39.36 

ft th SEly to pt on SEly 

690 In wh is 39.86' ft SWly 

«5S0 from NEly cor th NEly 

3§gX to NEly cor th NWly to 

090 pob pt lots 11 & 12 6120 

4820 Henry Schmidt Jr. NEly 

eSfo 60 ft 11 5840 

2480 ^ as - H* Warswick (ex pt 

7080 lv £ NEly of a In extdg 

7770 & Pnt on NWly In sd 

7420 lot 14 21 ft SW] y fr NW 

0320 V* cor sd lot to a pnt on 
2060 SEly In sd lot 15.36 ft 

SWly fr NEly cor sd lot) 13 5500 
14 6190 George- R. Kunze com at 
pnt on NWly In lot 12 
35.79 ft NEly fr SWly 
cor sd lot th SEly to pnt 

3920 on SEly m sd iot 34.64 ft 
NEly fr SEly cor sd lot 
th SWly alg SEly In 
lots 12 fie 13 to pnt 15.36 
ft SWly of NEly cor sd . 
lot 13 th NWly to pnt 
on NWly In sd lot 13 
wh is 14.21 ft SWly fr 
NWly cor sd lot 13 th 
NEly alg NWly In lots 
13 fie 12 50 ft to pob pt 
lots 12 fie 13 2890 

Lesley E. Firehow 14 5840 

William W. Meyer com 
at NW cor Sly alg 
Woodbine ave. 112 ft 
Ely to a pt 50 ft N Of 
SE cor Nly 85.4 ft to 
NE cor W 199.6 ft to 
beg 15 5570 

Joseph F. Walsh (ex com 
at NW cor Sly alg 
Woodbine ave. 112 ft 
Ely to a pt 50 ft N of 
SE cor Nly 85.4 ft to * 
NE cor W 199.6 ft to 
beg) 15 4810 

James E. Jackson N 75 ft 16 5980 

WOODCREST 

BLOCK 1 

Nicholas 8c Virginia Zeien 1 

Mr. fii Mrs. Chas. Schmitz 2 

Do 3 

Gile fie Jeaiuiette Edwards 4 



Name Description 

William F.Whelan 
Eugene F. Barrowman 
GvW.^.^«apep! 
Hazel rfiel-RubyjDoweU „ 
Thomas W. Regan 
Charles F. Schulz 

Do 
Carl Edward Burgdorf 
Charles Lobbe j 
Adam BVjho ^ 

Manna fie John jSheenan 

SVMalettv #-'4;-v :: 
.■•Do .^.;r; 

WO -:-:.;::-. . ■ ■■:- 

Clarence Spiering V 

do %in mm 

t™ BLOCK 7 

Donald Hotnan 
H. ** Homan ; 

Do 

•Do - ; ..""' 

-Do ■ ;■ ;-. 
Mdss A. B. Dolan 
David fie Irene Ellen 
C. Dambrose 

DO 
Eric A. Hohmwald 
Mary T. Fahey ." : - 
Eric A. Hohmwald 
C. Dambrose 
Gtarence Spiering 
Miss A. E. Dolan 
Mrs. David A. Stratton 
. Do' 
John-J.-Krueger — — — ■ 

Do 

BLOCK 8 

Bertha Thies _. . 

Ray fie Agnes Van Patten 

William Smutny 

Do 

Do 
Edward Howe 8c James 

Walsh 
Terrance B. CoUeran 
Robert L. Pearson 
W. A. O'Connell 
Fritz Hugo Swanson-. 
BLOCK 9 
Frederick J. Thies 
F. J. fis Julia Thies 



Au'dVaf. 



2 

3 

4 

5 

8 

7 

8 


10 
111 
12 
13 
14 
18 
18 
17 
18 

1 
2 
2 

'3i' 
i4'{ ; 

5 

8 

7 

8 

•■;■!• 

10 

11 

12 
13 

14 
13 
18 
-17- 
18 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
8 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

1 
2 



280 

280 
3240 
4200 
3510 

280 
3510 
3860 
2410 
3170- 

280 

280 
6880 

280 

4540 

1 280 

280 

550 
5160 
5180 
3230 
2680 

550 
3030 
4330 
5090 
3780 

280 
2410 

280 
.4130 

280 
.2760 
1170 
3170. 

280 



if * I 




jml 



j 



4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

1 
•2 
3 

4 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

1 
2 

1 
2 
3 
4 

1 
Z 
3 

4 
5 



4470 
3780 

550 

550 
4130 

280 
2070 

140 

140 
3860 
1520 



Gile Edwards 5 

J. H. Kerstein 6 

Louis Been 7 

Do SK 8 
Frank fie Hazel Saubert 

(ex S£) 8 

Do 9 
Nicholas 8c Virginia Zeien 10 

BLOCK 2 
Wm. F. fie Frances M. 

Scanlan 1 2410 

E. H. Youngquist 2 3860 

A. Rother 3 280 

Do 4 280 

David 8c Irene Ellen 6 280 

Loyal fit Olieva Johnson 8 280 

Loyal H. Johnson 7 2410 

A. G. Rother 8 2300 

Katherine B. Archer 9 280 

Do 10 2410 

BLOCK 3 

Harry Sommerfeld 1 280 

Union Bank of Chicago Tr 2 280 

Do 3 280 
Geraldine Tano 8c Valeria 

Tatar 4 2760 

Union Bank of Chicago Tr 5 280 

BLOCK 4 

Harry Sommerfeld 1 280 

Union Bank of Chicago Tr. 2 280 

Do 3 280 

Do 4 280 
BLOCK 5 

Do 1 280 

Mamie Meyer 2 2760 

Nellie Woolner 3 280 

James Christensen 4 280 

Marg. G. Franklin 5 280 

Gerald L. Sewaski 6 2410 

BLOCK 8 

George Wall 1 260 



Ray fie Agnes Van Patten 3 
Robert H. Roser 
Robert D. Phillips 
Willis F. Konrad 
Mothilde Fisher 

P. B. Flanagan r^_ 

BLOCK ir— 
Donald Woolner f 
Walter Arnold v 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 12 
Oliver H. Beers 
William C. Lepski 

Do 
Frank D. Gleeson 

Do 

Do 
Emil 8c Elsie Toede 
J. Ulbright 
Bessie Kalina 

. BLOCK 13 
Emil Forgeth 
Gen. fie H. J. Spencer Jr. 

BLOCK 14 
Gurney Mc Bain 
Andrew Sawt 
Evelyn- Hochbaum 
Nicholas Ryan 

BLOCK 15 
Raymond fie Louise Bonin 
Cornelius Bowman 
Anion Liewold 
Leslie Lindeberg 
George F. Odewald 
Mrs. W. A. Gruetzmacher 6 

Do 7 

George Hameau 8 

Do » 

J. Bergant 10 

Joseph Bergant 11 

Mrs. Julia Scheer 12 

Charles Wilms 
James F. Collins lot 14 fie 

S % 
Joseph Goldberg N% lot 

15 fie <all 

BLOCK 18 
Leslie A. Lindberg 
Joseph HLav&cek 
Stephen F. Rzysko Sr. 
John Skurdanis 
Arthur H. Behrens 
George C. Whitney 

Do 

BLOCK 17 
John fie B. Skurdanis 
John fie Eliz. Skurdanis 

Do 
Harry L. fis Stanley War- 
ner 

Do 
Eric Nordquist 
Ida A. Schader 
Joseph Miller 
John fie Eliz. Skurdanis 

Do 
Dan Greben 

Do 
Joe Brazaitis 
Mr. fie Mrs. John Spiegel 
Leslie Lindberg 
W. F, MulvihiU 
William H. Ehlerding 
C. F. Spierrlng 

Do 
James R. Derrig 

Do 

Do 
Frank H. Foulis 

Do 

BLOCK 18 
Union Bank of Chicago 

Tr. 

Do 
John Hansen 
Elsie Horsch 
James O. Barrett 
Ed 8c Johanna Veltum 
Geo. A. fie D. A. Belanger 

Do 
Irving F. Veltrem 

Do 

BLOCK 19 

William F. Barrett et al 

Mrs. Libbie Ooasek 

Thorvald Ellen fie C. An- 
dersen 

Sylvester Patelski lot 4 fie 
Ely 10 ft lot 5 

Mrs. Henry J. Glelxner 
(ex Ely 10 ft) lot 5 

Mrs. Eva Lube 

Leslie C. Quick 

Ernest Schenner 
Do 

Edwin J. Hucker - 
Do 
Do 

BLOCK 20 
Dale fis Anna Bartley 
Richard fie Alfa Vallts 
Cheryl Pflager* 
Channel Lake School Dlst. 
Channel Lake School 
Cheryl E. Pflager 
Dale fie Anna Bartley 
Do 



5020 

1240 

530 

550 

3720 

3840 
3240 
3510 
1720 
5370 

4410 
4410 
3510 

3020 
2890 
3510 
3510 
410 

280 
2760 
2760 

280 

2760 

2760 

280 

2760 

280 

280 

2760 

2070 

4750 

4130 

.280 

3580 
2410 
3510 
2410 

280 
2410 
3920 
3510 
3920 

280 
1930 
4540 
3030 
2780 
1380 
3510 
3510 



15 2540 

16 3640 



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1 


280 


2 


3310 


3 


3030 


4 


280 


5 


280 


8 


3510 


7 


280 


1 


6180 


2 


280 


3 


830 


4 


830 


5 


3510 


6 


3510 


7 


4540 


8 


3920 


9 


6880 


10 


5510 


11 


3510 


12 


280 


13 


3920 


14 


3860 


15 


280 


16 


280 


17 


3860 


18 


280 


19 


2960 


20 


3510 


21 


280 


22 


280 


23 


3510 


24 


280 


1 


690 


2 


690 


3 


2480 


4 


6050 


5 


550 


6 


4270 


7 


690 


8 


4820 


9 


690 


10 


4610 


1 


3920 


2 


690 



690 
9290 





620 


6 


690 


7 


4330 


8 


690 


9 


4950 


10 


4950 


11 


1760 


12 


690 


1 


2130 


2 


2070 


3 


280 


4 


280 


5 


280 


8 


550 


9 


550 


10 


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PAGE TWENTY THREE 




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(continued from preceding page) 

Name . Oeicriptlon ^ AiM VaU 

BLOCK 21 ;-,4 

Genevieve Horseh 1 880 

: Dd- ,™\j -^-- ■• 2 830 

Do 3 1650 

Do 4 9770 

Do ; 5 117© 

Do - 6 280 

; Do .'•-•i: &■?> --;-:- ■.- -■■ 7- 280 

Glen Siedschlag 8 3510 

Genevieve Horseh >E% 9 140 

Glen Siedschlag W% 9 140 

Joseph H. Orlger 10 3170 

JohnKrueger 11 280 

Cheryl C Pflager 

- DO 13* : : 13 

r-flBoJ •- •H i 

WOODCREST ADDN. NO, 
. BLOCK 1 

i Harry, & Margaret Weiss 1 
1 Alvin & Mnrgorie Wceg 2 

!- Do. ■ [^ .: .[....^r ■■.■_:_ ■ -r^:;Zl 

i Louis Fortalaki 4 

Do 5 

Mike Me Kinney 

Do- '.I'-^t-f 

Arthur J. Carl (ex S 25 



280 



ft) 
Arttu 



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m 



rar J. Carl S 25 ft 
Do 

Blake it Lois Robinson 

•■' "Do 

Leon S, Sex -. — ..- ^ _.^ H: 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 






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8 

.8 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17. 

18 

19 



John G. Dowell 

Leon S. Sex 

Oscar Lee Francis' 

Harry & Margaret Weiss. 22 

BLOCK 2 
Joseph Chiufflo 
(Do 

Lawndale Natl. Bank of 

Chicago 

Do 

.Do 
Louise Sanger 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



21 



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3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

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9 

10 

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3 

4 

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7 



1 
2 
3 

i 

7 
8 



BLOCK 4 
Leslie P. Sullivan 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 
Elmer Rudolph 
Delmer Funderburk 
Charles Randazzo 
Leon S. Sex 
Delmer Funderburk 
Elmer Rudolph 

Do 

Do 
Leslie P. Sullivan 

Do 

BLOCK 5 

Do 

Do 
Elmer Rudolph 

Do 

Do 

E. Obsxeray 
Do 

Leon S. Sex lots 8 to 13 
1 inc 

BLOCK 9 
Paul it Rose PLteier 
Do 

F. Coudoux 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Leon S. Sex 

Barry Scheuernian 

Ralph R. it Carol Whitton 9 

Do 10 

Do 11 

Union Bank of Chicago 

Tr 12 

Leon S. Sex 13 

Leon S. Sex lots 14 to 

26 inc. 

BLOCK 7 
Casper Kujawa 

Do 
Edward St Patricia Romb 
Martin it Ellen Stankus 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 
Harry Scheuerman 
Arthur Johnson 
Albert it Mary Vlach 
George Vlach 
Mary Quinn 

Do 
Leon S. Sex 

Do 
Albert it Mary Vlach 
George Vlach 
Arthur Johnson 
Harry Scheuerman 
Leon S. Sex 

Do, 
Martin & Ellen Stankus 
F. Coudoux 

Do 
Mike Gurlyn 
Paul it rose PUfher 

BLOCK 8 
Ray & Ann Meyer lot 1 & 

N 5 ft lot 2 
Emma Azzarello (ex N 

5 ft) 
John Ulbrich 
Frank Heimig 

Do 
Harry Moderon it G. Ka- 

pell 
George H. Birr 

Do 
Nicholas Z. it V. Zelen 

Do 

Do 

Do 
George H. Bin- 
Do 

Do 
Bernard it Joan Jasmir 
Bernard Jasmir 
John Ulbrich 
Anthony it Em. Azzarello 19 
' Ray & Ann Meyer 20 

BLOCK 9 
Ray it Aim Meyer 
E. H. Berry 2 

Do 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



2 
3 

4 
5 



Name ^ DsscrlpHon Ai*VJ Val. 
Union Bank of Chicago 



6050 
820 

3720 

2760 
280 

2410 
280 

140 
140 

> 280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
550 

280 
280 

280 
280 
3860 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
2270 
5110 
140 
620 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

140 

140 
140 
140 
140 
3580 

280 

4270 
140 
140 

3170 
140 
140 
140 

4200 

1790 
690 
140 

140 
140 

550 



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Do 

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Michael O'Neill 

BLOCK 12 n 
Union Bank of Chicago 

■ Tr. ■" 

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Walter Arnold ; 

Block 13 
Union, Bank of Chicago 

Trv :a 

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2 
3 
4 

5 

8 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 
2 
3 
4 



2 
3 
4 



340 
340 
410 

280 

280 
280 

i 280 
! 280 
I 280 
•280 
280 
280 

i < -: j 

340 
340 
340 
340 

3570 



340 

280 
280 
280 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 



1 280 

2 ' 280 

3 280. 

4 260 
5- 280 

WOODLAND PK. SUBDN. 
Edward B. La Plante 1:?*!960 

Do — - — - 2—4190 

Do 3 960 

980 

6870 

3020 

830 

830 

830 

2960 

3510 

4200 

4270 

410 

410 

410 

410 

3710 

1170 

3160 

410 

410 

410 

410 

1140 



■ Do '.,' •*'■• -U: 
Harry & Lucille Rogers 5 
Timothy Healy - 8 

James Herman 7 

Do 8 

John Slefender 9 

Edward Richards . 10 

Edward- Vavna 11 

Edward Peters 12 

C. H. Hanke 13 

E. CDallege 14 

Walter J. Smith 15 

Stanley Pokracki 16 

Do 17 

Fred E. Smith 18 

Stanley Pokraski 19 

Arthur Wollpert 20 

Wayne & Viola Clifton 21 

Do f 21 

Hans & Merrill Melgaard 23 
Jerry Piesch 24 

Mrs. R. B. Jones N% 25 
Mrs. Emma Chlnn SVi lot 

25 it N % 26 3540 
Walter Goddard S % lot 

26 & all lot 27 2410 
James Herman lot 29 it 

all lot A 830 

ZUNCKER'S PLAT OF CON- 
SOLIDATION 
Ghas. & Louise H. Tuteur A 20220 



TOWN OF ANTIOCH ROE 9 
1958 PERSONAL PROPERTY 



Name [... kn - 'z^:'\ 
Belter, Robert 
Bender, Carl F. > 
Benes, Frank J. 
Beimesh, Ray 
Bennett, Corwln L. 
Benson, Norman 
Bentel, Adolph W. 
Bereiter, Paul 
Berg, Edward James 
Bergant, Joseph 
Berggren, Gustavo A. 
Bergman. Fred 
Berlin; Dorothy |M. ^ 
Bertram, Dr. Joseph 
Best, Raymond A. 
Bever, Larry i"i 
Bevier, Henry S, 
Blanch!,' Sam t ' 
Blcanic, Peter 
Biel, Louis A. 
Bielawski. Jas. 
Biggerstoff, Jane 
Binkowski, Stanley, Jr. 
Brnkowski, Stanley St, 
Biondo. Peter A. 
Bird, Anthony 
BirdseU. Homer S. 
Bishop, Dickinson 
Bjerke, Try gve G. 
Bjork, Donald C. 
Blalock, Odell * 
Blank, Edwin E. 
Blatter, Edwin 
Bletsch, John W. 
Block, George P. 
Block, Konrad:L. 
Bloom, Alfred !R. 
Bloom, Helge 
Blue; Patsy ; 

Bogaerts, Ghas. 
Bohl, N. J. 
Bollen, Viola v 
Bolt, Richard 
Bonner, Ralph 
Booth, Harlan 
Bowden, William 
Bower, Frank A. 
Bowler, Marie & Edna 
Bowman, Gustof 
Brady, James 
Braechman, Dolores C. 
Braechman, John A. 
Braechman, Peter 
Brandenberg, M. L. 
Brassart, Louis 
Brauer, Peter 
Brausam, R. Jr. 
Brazaitis, Joseph 
Bredlow, Dr. E. A. 
Brekke, Donald 
Brennan, Andrew P, 
Brichta, Helen 
Brieger, Wlllia mA. 
Brodner, Jas. 
Brown, Fred A. 
Brown, Wm. H. 
Brozik, Milton 
Brozna, Walter 
Bruno, Joe 



F 



Jos. & Antonette Skowron, 4 

Richard S. Finn 5 

B. B. Foster 6 

John Oliveto 7 

Do 3 

G. W. & R, D. Kapell 9 

Henry Kapell E% 10 

Do W% 10 

Leon S. Sex 11 

Do lots 12 to 17 inc. 
BLOCK 10 

Frank Saubert 1 



2270 
140 
970 

4270 
140 
140 
140 
140 

2820 

4330 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

2620 
140 



4330 

2340 

2680 

550 

5090 

3710 
550 

5500 

4130 
550 

2070 
280 
280 
280 
280 

4130 

280 

* 280 

280 

280 

140 

140 

140 

140 

280 

970 

2760 

280 

1720 

5090 

140 

140 

280 



Name Ass'd Val. 

Ableman, William C. 440 

Abramanicus, John 310 

Ackerman, Lillian G. 108O 

Adamowski, Edward 1040 

Adams, Theresa 740 

Adams, Thomas 380 

Adler, A. B. 310 

Aiello, Jas. G. 310 

Akkerson. Dr. Alfred 380 

Albers, Charles 310 

Albert. Otto 310 

Albright. Kenneth J. 650 

Alexandknvicz, Norman J. 310 

AMen, George 310 

Alshouse, Paul 380 

Altman, Orson 310 

Altobelloe, James 310 

Amdol, Mikoha , 560 

Amendola, William J. 680 

AndeL Michael 310 

Andersen, Irving B. 1730 

Anderson, Arthur C. 660 

Anderson, Carl 310 

Anderson, Chas. 940 

Anderson, Earl V. 310 

Anderson, Elroy K. 490 

Anderson, Eric 310 

Anderson, Jean C. 500 

Anderson, John E. 830 

Anderson, Peter E. 510 

Anderson, Ray 380 

Anderson, Sidney R. 440 

Anderson, Dr. Stanley D. 7170 

Anderson, William Craig 380 

Andreas, John 500 

Andreasen, Harold 310 

Andrews, Christine 310 

Andrews, Duane L. 510 

Andriols, Regina 450 

Aney, Jesse 350 

Angell, H. M. 310 

Angeloff , John 450 

Ansell, Victor 310 

Anzinger, Mrs. Elizabeth 310 

Anzinger, Joseph 790 

Appanaitis, Bruce E. 390 
Appanaitis, Bruce ' 440 

Apperley, Malba Pratt 580 

Archer, Katherine B. 390 

Armour Estate 5110 

Arndt, Harry F. 600 

Arnold, Phillip, Jr. 380 

Arnold, Yvonne Irene 430 

Aschacher, Conrad 430 

Aschenbrenner, M M. 380 

Atherton, Wm. & Emily 1000 

Atwood, Chas. A. 380 

Augustine, Joseph 310 

Babe, Herman R. 510 

Babe, Robert H. 310 

Babe, Wm. R. 380 

Badhman, Elmer 310 

Baguyn, Walter 1590 

Badame, Nick 860 

Bademe, Philip J. 310 

Bahanski. E. J. 310 

Bailey, Frank 310 

Baird, Wm. D. 310 

Baker, Chas. W. 310 

Bakula, Walter P. 350 

Ballwanz, Roy 310 

Balog, Fred 390 

Bancroft, George 310 

Banedt, James J. 310 

Banedt. Wm. R. 310 

Banicki, Raymond J. 380 

Barker, Ray W. 350 

Barch, Victor 310 
Barker, Ethel & Clara F. 

Gerbert 
Barker, Wayne B. 
Barteik, Wm. C. 
Barthel, Russell W. 
Bartley, Dale Lavern 
Bashow, Neila 
Basty, Joseph T. r 
Bauer, Henry S. 
Bauer, Walter L. 
Bauman, Edward C. 
Bauman, Wm. F. 
Bauske, Otto 
Bay, John 

Bayrd, Geo. O. & Helen 
Been, Louis L. 
Beckman, Harry 
Berver, Robert F. 
Beedle, Roy F. 
Beitzel, Carlton 
Belanger, George 
Bell, Douglas H. 
340 Be%cci, Ray 



Au'dVal. 
• 380 
1310! 
860 
310 
440 
310 
440 
310 

768O 
310, 
640 
640 
'650 
380 
1350 
590 
830 
590 
500 
510 
310 
1280 
690 
310 
380 
310 
\t, 1140 
310 
510 
1340 
310 
380 
380 
650 
310 
■M 410 
480 
310. 
310 
440 
1630 
450 
380 
440 
1890 
510 
310 
310 
310 
310 
350 
330 
350 
310 
1260 
390 
630 
460 
440 
380 
310 
500 
310 
630 
680 
320 
680 
450 
1430 
680 
650 
310 
310 
- 330 
510 
310 
310 
450 
310 
310 
530 
310 
310 
440 



. 1 • 



Bruski, James J. 

Brylinke, Edward J. 

Budge, Cora M. 

Builison, Grace 

Buino, Bruno 

Buker, Albert 

Burgdorf, Carl 

Burke, Helen 

Burnett, John R. 

Burnson, Harold 

BurreH, Samuel D. 

Burroughs, William W. 

Busch, Louis 

Bushing, Marie 

Bushnell, Wm. 8s McGurk 

Buszta, Stanley J. care Wallace 

Graczyk 430 

Byene, Gerald W. 630 

ByweU, Robert W. 300 

Cahttl, Thomas W. 480 

Calkins, James J. 310 

Calto, Matthew 310 

Cannon, Shirley 810 

Cantos, Harry P. 310 

Canty, Herbert G. 330 

Caple, James H. 310 

Cardott, Carl 310 

Carlson, Carl D. 430 

Carlson, Carl F. 750 

Carlson, Carl G. 390 

Carlson, Clifford 530 

Carlson, Frank 390 

Carlson, Harry J. 910 

Carlson, Herbert a 500 

Carlson, John H. 430 

Carlson, Mrs. John O. 310 

Carlson, Melvin W. 580 

Carro, Walter C, Jr. 310 

Carroll, James 630 

Carson R. G. 740 

Case, Emogene 880 

Case, Leonard S., Jr. 430 

Casperi, Benedict F. 310 

Castellani, Angelo, Jr. 630 

CattreU, William 310 

Cablein, Walter F. 330 

Cech, C. H. 690 

Cerk, Richard 310 

Cervenka, Geo. 2180 

Chambers, E. E. 310 

Charvat. Emil 310 

Chase, Albert C. 830 

Chase, Paul 1890 

Chase, William F. 690 

Chenette, Louis F. 440 

Cheterbok, R. P. 560 

Chinkhind, Norman W. 310 

Chisholm, Ida 1200 

Chetra, John 390 

Ohuiffo, Joseph 310 

Christensen, Jack M. 310 

Christiansen, Norman 1580 

Christopherson, Elmer 820 

Ohristopherson, Elmer 310 

Chuk, Louis Sr. 310 

Ciardello, Alfred 310 

Cifrik, Thomas C. 310 

Cinguequantis, James 310 

Cipriani, Ralph M. 660 

Claesson, Paul 940 

Clark, W, W. 310 

Clarke, Joseph 380 

Clausen, William J. 310 

Clayton Earl 410 

Clements, Edward O. 880 

Clifford, John H. 350 

Clifford, John R, 310 

CUngerman, Goldie 310 

Close, Jesse R, 1480 

Coda, Mayna G. 380 

Cogdill, Carl E. 540- 

Colbum, Stanley D. 310 

400 Colbum, William 690 
530 Collings, M. 
3X0 Collins, Otto R. 
490 Colson, Leonard 
730 Compton, Charles 
310 Condoun, F. 
310 Connelly, Archie L. 

3 j0 Conrad, Clayton D. 310 

330 Conrad, May 310 

410 Conte, Samuel P. 590 

330 Conti, Joseph 310 

000 Contos, Harry P. 3J.0 

310 Conville, John 310 

440 Cook, Irving 1000 

000 Cook, John Thomas 310 

540 Cook, Robert D. 390 

550 Cooney, Edward 500 

310 Coons, Lee 310 

030 Cooper, Antoinette S. 710 

310 Corbel, Esther M. 310 

500 Corby, Jane A, 700 

310 Corsigha, Dante 380 



iNamo ,1 Ajs'dVafM 

CosteUo, Ronald U 490 

Costello, William J. . 310 

Cottrell, Wm. , 310 

Courten, Alfred 310 

Cox, Henry H,, Jr. 500; 

Coyne, Mike 3410 

Craig, Lee H. \ 540 

Cramer, Helen 310 

Crampton, Gale W. 310 

Crandail, Jack ' i 340, 

Crandall, Milton 310 

Crawford, Albert t 340, 

Cromer, Harry D, \ wi V600 

Cuklinski, Mary 310 

Cukor, Peter Anton 310 

Culbertson, James R. 380 

Curtis, Thomas M. ;? : - : : 910 

Dahl, Raymond '510 

Dahlman, Sven 950 

Dallman, John F. 380 

DalPonte^jV. 310 

Damlans, Philip A.i ,590 

Damit, Frank & Dorothy 380 

Dangell, Thelma i . 310 

Danlelson Hugo m : 440 

Davern,.wlUiam E. 380 

Davidson, George C. 330 

Davis, Charles W. 680 

Davis, Elmer A. , 380 

Davis, Lamonte L. 790 

Davis, Richard W. 880 

DeBaran, Saul 310 

Decker, Joseph 310 

Deegan, John H. ,530 

DeGroft,^Jess - ! — 
Del aney, John J. . 
Delius, Helge O. 
Deppe. Earl W. 
DeStefano, Joseph A. 
DeStefaus, Madeline 
Deutsch, Anton L., Jr. 
De Weese, Ralph M. 
Dibling, Floyd A., Jr. 
Dleball, Arthur E. 
Dieball, Elmer 
DiebalL Erwin 
D'Isa, Ezra L. 
Di Tonmaso, Antonio 
Dittmer, Donna Maria 
Dittmer, Fred Sr. . 
Dockry, Edward 8c Delia 
Dodge, John H. 
Dodge, Philip & Ruth 
Dohuke, Wm. F. 
Dolar, Otto 
Doll, Raymond 
Dombrowski, Mr. 

Domerowski, Richard 

Dompke, Mrs. Edw. J. 

Donald, Robert 

Denver, John W. 

Dorman, William 

Dost, Bernard J.' 

Doty, Arthur 

Doty, Carl B. 

Doty, Warner W. 

Doubeck, William 

Doucat, R. E. 

Douglas, Clyde 

Dowell, Glenn H. 

Dowell, Harry J. 

Dowell, Ralph 6c Marilyn 

Dressel, Clauvel W. 

Dressel, Helen 

Drew, C, A. 

Drije, E. J. 

Drije, Roger A. 

Drisch, Josephine A. 

Duda, Frank 

Duggins, James H. 

Duha, Robert F. 

Dulleck, Frank R. 

Duncan, Gordon L. 

Dunlap, Paul 

Dunn, Harold 

Dunn, Vernon 

Dunning, Berry A. 

Dunworth, Wm. it Esther 

Dusek, Louis F. 

Dvorak, John J. 

Dwyer, Raymond B. 

Dyckman, Claude 

Dyson, Norm 

Earle, Tom C. 

Eberman, Elmer E. 

Ebert, Earl 

Ech, George W. 

Eckert, Richard D. 

Ecklund, Robert 

Eddy, Franklin O. 

Eddy, Ray H. 

Eder, John J., Jr. 

Edlmann, Lavern it Elsie 

Edwards, Gib-"* 

Edwards Robert L. 

Edwards, Warren it Lydia 

Egem, James J. 

Eggert, Olga 

Ehelm, Eliza J. 

Ehmke, Emil C. 

Ehrhardt, Frank H. 

fide, Dr. Iver O. 
Infeldt, August Wm. 
Ekstrom, Ellen M. 
Elfinger, Joseph B. 
Ellen, David 
Elliott, Russell W. 
Ellison, Arthur D. 
Ellison, H. & J. 
Elms, Irving B. 
Elwood, Donald P. 
Engdahl, Harold 
English, Earl L. 
Enzenbacker, Raymond L. 
Erhardt, Emma L. 
Erickson, Myron A. 
Ericsson, John 
Erland, John A. 
Ernsting, Albert 
Erzig, Henry J. 
Esposito, Anthony 
Esposito, Ralph 
Essl, Carl 

Evans, Amos & Margaret 
Evans, Arthur M 
Evans, Kenneth B. 
Fairis, John 
Falone, Michael 
Farrin, Joseph 
Farwell, K. D. 
Fay, Frank & Helen 
Fath, John G. 
Faust, Fred 
Favuzzi, Frank 
Federie, Artie & Ruth Lehman 
Feezor, Harry 
Fehlberg, Clarence i 

Felter, Virgil 
Femer, Ralph A. 
Fencl, Mrs. Evelyn 
Fernhach, Steve 
Ferrier, James A 





380 Ferris, Paul & Son 

310 Feth, Edward L. 

390 Fick, Charles 

310 Fick, Oscar & Geneva 

310 Fiebig, Edwin 

310 Figiel, Harry E. 

Filatreault, Willis & Virginia 

Filip, Victor H & Beverly H. 

Fink, Andrew 

Fink, Herman 

Firsohow, Lesley E, 

Fischer, Arthur H. 

Fischer, Tony 

Fischer, Joseph 

Fisher, Robert 

Fisher, Sam 

Fitzgerald, John 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas H. 

Flanagan, Edward J. 

F tannery, Arthur 



440 

310 

780 
1060 

310 

530 

630 

490 
1080 

380 

500 
1410 

390 

690 

790 

330 

350 

500 

310 

500 

410 

880 

380 

380 

640 

310 

310 

380 

750 

630 

590 

380 

310 

310 

490 

310 

800 
1650 

440 

380 

440 

310 

460 

310 

310 

800 

310 

450 

380 

310 

310 
1350 

630 

540 

310 

310 

310 

380 

310 

440 

310 

390 

450 

310 

310 

510 

580 

490 

380 

390 

610 

380 

310 

310 

380 

310 

440 

1010 

310 

340 

310 

1410 

380 

310 

1040 
440 
380 
860 
440 
310 
500 
500 
310 
350 
310 
590 
500 
310 
450 
350 
380 
940 
310 
510 
310 
630 
750 
600 
310 
430 
500 
310 

1050 
590 

1410 
800 
310 

2540 
410 
310 
380 
310 
330 
380 
700 
310 
310 
310 
530 
310 
310 
310 
580 
310 
330 
310 
1430 



FlattunevlCaritE. 
fjeak, mm. vs? 
Fielder, Frank J. $- 
FUckinger, Carl 
Flint, Gertrude 
Flint, Robert E. 
Flyer, Karl F. it Pearl 
Flowers, Carl & June 
Fluegel, Herman F. 
Flurke, Norman 
Forbes, Donald R. 
Forbrlck, Barbara Ann 
Forbrick, Edward J. 
Forbrlck, Walter F. 
ford, R,C ^ 
Formella, Steve 
Foreman, Sven E. 
Forster, Irving A. ; 
Forster, Lillian 
Fort, John ^ 
Foulea, Frank H. | 
Four AceS ^ r :. . 
Fout, Ben it Lucille 
Fowler, Thermon B. 
Fowles, 'Homer L.! £~\ 
Fox, Leo J. 
Frakes, Howard E, 
Framke, Emil ?A. 
Francisco, J3onald Sr. 
Frank Leroy J. y£ 
Franklin, Fred E. 
Franks, Eugene 
Franz, Edmund . l. 
Frasier, Roy W. " . 
Fratus, Hruce-F.-r - 

Freier, Paul C. 
Frei tag, Raymond W. 
Frejier, Paul C. 
Freund, Benno 
Freund, Joe 

Frey, Wm. A. it Jane B. 
Fridell, Anel 
Fridell, Mrs. James 
Friedle, Harriett F. 
Frisell, Arthur J. & Mary 
Fritz, Alexander 
Frogner, John E. • 

Frozeth, Ernest E. 

Fryer, Harry W. 
Fretterer, Richard 

Fugman, John & Ruth 

Fullerton, Wm. 8s Mazelda 

Funderburk, Delmar E. 

Furey, Dr. Warren 

Gaa, John 

Gaa, Ronald D. 

Gaber, Frank 

Gagnebin, Leland A. 

Gallagher, Alice 

Gallagher, John J. 

Gailert, Albert & Theresa 

Galloway, Nathan 

Garbacky, Joseph R. 

Gardino, Michael M. 

Gaston, Harold D. 

Gates, Roy E. 

Gatuso, Frank* 

Gaughan, John A. 

Gaus, Paul F. 

Gean, Belton, R. 

Geddes, Joseph 

Gehrke, Clarence E., Jr. 

Gehrke, Helen 

Geist, Charles L. 

Gentzen, Herbert 

Gentzen, Herbert 

Gerbtg, Charles 

Geaaler, Arthur 

Giard, Roy Edward 

Gibbons, Clarence E. 

Gibbons, Thomas L. 

Gieryna, Alen it Bernice 

Gilford, Allen W. 

Gifford, David 

Gifford, Grace 

Gilbert, Richard D. 

Gill, Adolph 

Gilfum, W. Buckley 

Gilmer, W. B. 8c Ella 

Gilmore, Leslie P. 

Girisck, F. 

Girtler, Frank 

Gjersae, Harold E. 

Glander, William R. 

Glasbrooke, Lucille 
Glennon, Raymond 
Gloss, George F, 
Goarling. Arthur J. 
Gobel, C. 
Goddard, Alma 
Goebel, Ellsworth H. 
Goelz, Wm. C. 
Golden, Colie 
Golden, W. W. 
Goldstein, Isadore 



Ass'dVal; 
1040 



Hanke, Otto A., Sr. 
310 Hanna, John 
510 Hanne, Henry 
400 Hannestad, Wm, 
380 Hansen, Bert W. 
360 Hansen, Dunnar A. 
790 Hansen, John 
390; Hansen, Marie €. 
510 Hansen, Robert G. 
lOSOlainsen^illlam -F. £ 
J940l3Harc^iRoyiE.^ ^ 
;310;iH^lan^«Irwih^W,, Sr^ 
1320 Harland, Richard C. 
380 Harmon, Edward T. 
560 Harmon, Martin P. 




Harper, 'Bernard G. 

Harr. Dr. R. J. : 
Harris, Bert L. 
Harris, Bland E. 
Harris, James 
Harrison,. Kirk L, 
Hart, Robert 
Hartley, Walter 



340 
1380 
|310 
310 
310 
310 
2730 
380 

550|Hartman, John W. 
630 Hartman, Pearl 
8690 Harvey, James 
1540 Haskinson, Elmer 
380 Hashey, Chester it Beda 
1980 Hassett, Mrs. Helen G. 
800 Hasty, Magdalene 
1260 Hatfield, Dorothy M. 
380 Haudn, Samuel F., Jr. 
380 Hauldren, Robert Lester 
710 Havens, Harko 
-380 Havorka,- Dr. Edwin A.- ~^. 
380 Hawkins, Karl W. 
310 Hawkinson, Richard N. 
380 Haydon, MarshaU G. 
330 Haywood. Rabph C, it Loretta 
310 Healy, Timothy 
380 Heath, Vern 
310 Hecht, Joe 
390 Hede, Earl A. & Freida 
1000 Hede, Francis E. 
440 Hedman, John F. & MoUle 
600 Heft, Raymond L. 
390 Heimbrodt, Norman 
310 Heimsoth, Walter F. it Helen 
310 Heine. M". Maude E. 
310 Heinrlch, Otto A, 
1010 Heinz, Harold E. 
780 Helgesen, Russell E. 
850 Helm, Adolph G. 
' 310 Helton, Richard G. 
910 Hendrickson, Arthur 
310 Hennig, Frank 
310 Hennihg, G. F. 
610 Henriksen, George B., Jr. 
310 Henry, Harvey W. 
380 Heraly, Walter J. 
310 Herbert, Wm. H, Jr. 
310 Herbstrltt, John A. 
310 Herdrich, Mrs. Harry 
410 Hergott, Ralph & Bertha 
380 Hering, Edw. M. & Anna C. 
310 Herman, Adolph 
590 Hermanek, George 
310 Hermanns, Werner F. 
310 Hermes, Reinhold R.^ 
410 Herrs, Simsie 
390 Hertz, Raymond H 
430 Hess,. Jacquelyne 
1250 He tt, Raymond Jr. 
3}8 Heuer, Kenneth B. 
3*0 Hey wood, Robert A. : 
10 H« Hildebrandt, Edward H. 
310 Hildebrand, Harry A. 

Hill, John & Eliz. 

Himelreich, Louis 

Hinch, Ray 

Hines, James H. 

Hines, John A. 

Hinterlong, Lee H. 

Hironimus, Harold 

Hironimus, Lynn it Ellen 

Hirsch, Eileen 

Hites, Mrs, Bert 

Hitzeman, Erwin B. 

Hoagland, Perry B. 

Hochlaman, Walter 

Hochler, C. C. 8t J. J. Fink 

Hoffman, Alex W. 

Hofkamp, Edward C 

Hoft, Mary J. 

Hogan, Earl 

Hogan, George L. 

Hohner, Dr. J. J. 

Hohnwald, Eric A. 
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Goniva, Joseph & Elizabeth M. 310 Holms, Chas. G. Jr. 



Good, Stuart A. 

Gooden, John C. 

Goodman, Martin 

Gorski, George 

Graczyk, Wallace W. 

Graczyk, Walter 

Grafton, Thurman S. it Ethyl 

Graham, Charles G. 



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Gramer, Frank A. 

Grande, Michael & Betty 

Grant, Monte R, 

Grant, Raymond S. & Doris 

Gqantham, Lee 

Gras, Frederick 

Graves, Otto F. & Marvin 

Green, Harry D. 

Greenlee, James T. 

Greig, Richard 

Griebell, Denver 

Griffith, Frances L. 

Griso, Charles W. 

Groh, Carl 

Groh, Edward 

Gross, Peggy. A. 

Grossman, Joseph 

Grueff, .Gus 

Gruidl, Raymond F. 

Grunow, George 

Guardi, Sam 

Gudgeon, Thomas R. 

Guido, Tony 

Guldbech, A. 

Gundelach, Geo. H. 

Gunterman, Phyllis Arm 

Gurney, Harry R. 

Guryn, Mike 

Gussarson, Ralph E. 

Gutowski, Bernard* Sr 

Guzik, Joseph it Alexandria 

ttackler, Clarence 

Hackbush, George E. 

Hackett, Martin F. 

Haehlen, C. C. & V. M. Fink 

Hahl, Herman 

Hahn, C. 

Hahn & Mounett 

Hahes, Otto 

Haisman, George 

Haismon, Mary 

Halonia, Annette 

Haling, Clara L. 

Haling, Charles & Helen 

Haling, Charles A, Jr. 

Hall, Albert J. 

Hall, Mrs. Charlotte F. 

Hathvas, Harry C. 

Halper, J. & Fred Hahn 

Halvorsen, Russell 

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Hameau, Paul 

Hamelberg, Edward Sr. 

Hamelberg, Edward H, Jr. 

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Hootoham, John P. 

Hookham, John Jr. 

Hopfner, George 

Horn, Albin O. 

Horn, George M. it Beatrice 

Horseh, John L, 

Horseh, John T. 

Hosty, Thomas H. 

Houdeshell, David C. 

Howard, Walter 

Howell, George W, 

Hribar, Lester M. 

Hruby, Michael E. 

Huber, Charles 

Hubert, Joseph H. 

Hucker, Edwin J. 

Hucker, George Wm. 

Hudec, Frank 

Huels, Agnes M. 

Huebner, Wm. L, 

Huey, Eva L. 

Huffier, Margaret 

Hufnus, Carl 

Hughes, Oliver R. 

Hum be ut el, Arthur 

Hunter, H. W. 

Hurdle, Mrs. Lucille E. 

Hutter, Albert J. 

Hynek, Wm. W. 

Hyre, Roy T. 

India, F. 

Ingles, Eugene F. 

Ingstrup, Walter 

Inman, Bobby W. •• 

Irmen, Richard G. 

Iversen, Johanna* 

Jackson, John B. 1.. 

Jacobs, Mcue it. Catherine 

Jacobsen, Geo. J. 

Jacobsen, Ralph E. 

Jahns, Ferdinand J. 

James, Bernard & Joann 

James, Norman E. 

Janda, Frank 

Jank, Freida 

Jansen, John W. 

Janz, William 

Jaralimek, Jerry 

Jarvsik, George 

Jarvis, Clarence L. 

Jasien, John J. 

Jaskunas, Alphonse 

Jasmer, Bernard & Joann 

Jaxon, Geo. S. it Francis M. 

Jeffery, Kathleen St John 

Jelinek, Carl M. 

Jenks, Arthur J., Sr, 

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Jensen, Henry M. 

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Jensen, Ray H, 
Jerde, Alfred -P. 
Jesse, sHarry .-"W. 
Jesse, AOscar 
Jcster^CharlesiO. 
Jimerson, John -H. > 

Jirka, Dr. Frank 8t Ella 
Johnson, Mrs. J, F, 
Johnson, A. E, 
Johnson, Alka P. 
Johnson, Axel D. ' 
Johnson, August ^E. 
Johnson, Mrs. A, W. 



ohnson, Bill 
Johnson, Buxton 1*.' 
Johnson, Carl H. 
.Johnson, Clara 
Johnson, Clarence 
Johnson, Eric 
Johnson, Harry 
Johnson, James * 
Johnson, "Joanne " 
Johnson, Mrs. J. P/ -'« '• 
Johnson, Joseph. 
'Johnson, May 
Johnson, Melvln , 
Johnson, Nels 
Johnson, Peter W. 
.Johnson, Phillip '. - 
Johnson, Robert C. 8c Lucia 
Johnson, Roger 
Johnson, Roy' . ■ 

Johnson, Swan -. - -i--— 

Johnson, Walter L. \- ] 
Johnson, Walter Ray = ' ;. 
Jonas, Robert L. 
Jonav William P. 
Jonas, Dale E. 
Jones, 'Frieda M 
.Jones, Mrs. John 
Jones, Raymond B. 
Jordan, Christian P. 
Jordan, James 
Jorgensen, Charles Jr. 
Jorgensen', Hans K.. 
Jorgensen, Harold 8c Barbara 
M. * ■ ' 

Jungman, Otto A. 
Jurek, Dr. L, ,J. 
Kaar, James F. 
Kabot, Paul J. 
Kadela, Alan 
Kaiser, Herman 
Kaleth, Jerome J. & Shirley 
Kaletta, Ruth S. 
Kalina, Bessie 
Kamin, Roy W. 
Kaminski, Harry J. 
Kaminski, Wm, 
Kane, George W. 
Kania, Edwin 
Kanka, James 
Kanka, Joseph 
Kantz, Paul 
Kapell, George C. 
Kapell, Henry C. 
Kapisehke, Amil O. 
Kapsa, Edwin 8c Pearl 
Karanek, Frank • 
Karg, Frank ,G. 
Karl/ Wm. F. 
Karlovsky. James 
Karmann, Philip C. 
Karrasoh, Carl 
Karyikowski, Matthew 
Kaufman, Richard I. 
Kaufmann, Richard G. 
Kauke, Wm. 
•Kawell, Russell A. 
Kay, Peter T. 

Keating, Henry E. & Rosolind 
Keefe, Myrtle B. 
Keil, Wm. G. & Mary 
Keippel, Michael 
Keisers, Fred 
Kell, Orrin & Betty 
Keller, Fred T. 
Keller, William 
Kekley, Delbert G.. 
Kellum, Ray E. 
Kelley, Mrs. Mary E. 

Kelly. Robert 

Kelly, Thomas J,. 

Kelow, Harry] H. 
. Kemp, Charles 

Kemtp, Louis C. 

Kempf, Louis & Charles 
. Kennedy, Wm. 

Kent, Louis J. 
Kephart, Dallas I. • 
Kermend, Joe & Son 
Kern, Arthur 
Kerner, Otto & Helena 
Kerr, Richard S. • ; 

Kersten, Austin & Grace 

Keulman, George W. 

Kiefer, Roy T. 

Kilburne, William G. 

Kilgore, Geo. T. 

Kimimey, Lor r en 8c Martha 

Kindlein, Nick 

Kirschbaum, Emil 

Kirschbaum, Richard 

Kirschkes, Erich E. & Elsa 

Kirschke, Wiibert A. & Alice 

Kiupinski, Victor & Gertrude 

Kjellquist, Lloyd 

Klaer, Herman 

Kleoha, Wm. 

Klein, Richard & Joyce 

Klever, H. L. 8c Marion 

Klimek, A. A. 

Kloepfer, Charles 

Klopp, Joe 

Kmiecik, Leopold J. 

Knackstedt, Henry & June A. 

Knapp, W. 

Knickelbein, Edward A. 
Kruzer, Walter S. Wallys 
Channel Inn - % 

Knizse, Steve 

Knourek, William 

Kobelt, Alfred 

Kobelt, Gustav A. 

Kobelt, William A, 

Koch, Fred & Helen 

Koch, Harry 

Koch, John 

Kochanowicz, Jos. & Eugenia 

Kochanski, Max 8c Gladyce 

Kocmond, James S. 

Koenig, Eddie A. 

Koenig, Otto U. 

Kohl, Leonard 

Kolar, Raymond 8c Bernice 

Kolar, Raymond C. 

Kolb, Hans & Ellen W. 

Kolb, Robert H. 

Kolbeck, Felin, J. 

Konger, Alfred 

Kontetzko, Frank 

Kopaoh, John 8c Martha 

Kopeoh, Joseph 

Koppen, Jacque R. 

Korwin, Harold 

Kory, Mabhew 

Kostock, Minnie E. 

Kostris, Jerry J. 

Koupinski, Victor 8c Gertrude 

Kowalczk, Louis 

Kowalski, Thaddeous J. 

Kraemer, Harry F. 

Kraemer, James P. 

Kraft, Otto 

Kralover, Marguerite 

Kramer, John J. 

Krone, Frank 

Kranz, Edmund 

Kraus, William P. 

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iKriebel, Fred' L. \8c Sarah 
Kriegel, Frank E, -= - 
Krlesant, John J. 
'Krisor, iA. 

Krczenecky, Mrs/ -Albina 
Krizka, John 
KrOll, Fred & Ruth A. 
Kruegar, Herman 
Krug, 'Phillip 
Kruk, 'Paul 
Krzesik, Edwin 'O. - 
iKubicek, 1 Robert 1C. 
Kubicki, Henry J. 
Kubowski, Joseph 
Kuchler, Thomas ;L. 
Kuchta, George Jerry 
Kuechenmeister, Frank W. 
Kuerahold, Alfred 
Kugle, Edward J. '. .. . 
Kuhn, Andrew & Rose F. 
Kulick, Bobbie Faye 
Kulin, Otto B. 
Kunas, Carl 
Kuritz, Paul C. . ; 
Kunze, George R, 
Kupczyk, Irwin -.<-.- i 
Kupczyk, Floyd 
Kupson, .John R 



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Marshall, John N. H510 

Martin, Betty <H. 380 

Martin, Frank 

iMartin, ;Rev. iJ. B. ; 

Martin, Raymond __. 

Martin, Severin 

M art z, Robert St Dorothy R. 

Mara; Joseph 

Mason,, Daniel B. 

Masopust, Geo. 8c Rose 

Matajka, John 

Mathews, Robert A, - 

Math ler, John B . 

Matthei, Richard 

Matthews,' Harry . 

Matthys, A If ore ? 

Matyja, Andrew J. 

Mau, Henry A. & Elfreda If 

Mau, Kenneth C, 

Mauermanri, MaxrJ, 

Maurer, Wendel 4 

May, Allen W. 8c Joan 

May, Ben J. -■-'..■'■■ 

May, Fred' 
310 1 Mayar, Marin 
390 Maylons, Victor 



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G!Cphnor3Terrance 

Oehmig, iFred L 
310 j Oettinger, Arthu r .S 
310 a Fallon, John V. 




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Kwiatek, John V. ; , 310 

Kyburg, Oscar ■ 390 

Lagios, Thomas 8c Virginia 730 

Lake, E. J. 400 

Lake, John E. 8c Helen . 910 

.Lambert, Elda W, ^310 

Lane, Orville 1000 
Lang, S. William & May Belle 310 

Lang, Lawrence W, 480 

Langhof, Felix 590 

La Parr, Robert J. 930 

La Plante, Edward B. 440 

La Plante, Eugene B. 430 

Larsen, Fred _ 380 

Larsen, John F. 380 

Larson, Archie M. 330 

Larson, Carl R. 310 

Larson, Charles E. 440 

Larson, Harry B. 310 

Larson, Porter A. & Clara 440 

Lasco, Robert E. 360 

Larson, Walter- T. 860 

Lasco, Ray W. 4910 

Lass, Lorenz R. 8e Barbara 440 

Lather, Carl & Elsie 330 

Lathom, George & Faye 310 

Laursen, Howard 8c Violet 450 

Lavelle, Mrs. Ellen 380 

Lavin, Johan A. 310 

Lay, Viola A. 330 

Layton, William R, . 450 

Lazzaro, Guido * 560 

Lear, Ward A. 390 

Leber, Raymond K. 310 

Lee, Oakle J 310 

Lefeure, Edwin I. - 310 
Lehman, Ruth E, 8c A. N. 

Federle 
Lehmann, George 8c Elsie 
Lehmann, Peter 8c Irene 
Lehner, John 
Leib, Gaylord S. 
Leider, Donald 
Leider, Peter F. 
Lekawitch, Marie Ottilie H. 
Lelling, Adolph M. 
Lemke, Robert G. 8c Lorraine 
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Lenz, Willard 

Lenz, Wm. H. & Harriett 

Leschuck, William M. 
Leska, William V. & Arlene 
Leslie, Mrs. J. H. 
Lessnar, Uohn 
Lestina. Leonard J. 
Lewandowski, Peter 
Libert, Fred & Helen 
Liebmann, Paul & Fanny 
Lietz, Frank J., Jr. 
Light, John J. 
Lilla, Edward M. 
Limbrecht, Arnold 
Lindblad, Robert & Dorothy 
Lindeberg, Leslie A. 
Lindell, Otto 
Lindewirth, Charles F. 
Lindgren, John E. 
Lindley, B. J. & Wm. F. 

Lindley, Mrs. Mildred 

Lindquist, Axel B. 

Linssens, Jerry 

Lbpsi, Wm., 

Lishamer, Joseph 

Lishamer, Robert Harry 

Listek, Max 

Lobstein, Theodore L. 

Loeper, John G. 

Loeper, Wiibert 

Lokke, Archie E. 

Lokke, Roy A. 

Loll, R. 

Loman, James E. & Elinor 

Lommatch, Paul J. 

Lonergan, John F. 

Long, B. 

Loomis, Earle C. 8c Marie 

Lopege, S. 

Lorr, Frank C. 

Lovelace, Victor A. 

Lovell, Karl E. & Helen 

Loven, Maurice E. 

Lubkemian, Henry A., Sr. 

Lubkeman, Henry F. 

Lucas Resort 

Lucchetti, Martha 

Luciani, Carmen 

Luedke, Mrs. Otto C. 

Lupa, Joseph 

Luptak, Eugene R. 

Luzinski, Richard 

Lynch, Robert 8c Evelyn 

Lynn, Richard C. 

Lystila, Reino A. 

Lystland. George E. 

Macek, Henry 

Machacek, Charles 

Mac Hanes, Daniel 

Mack, Charles & Amy 

Mack, Edward J. 

Mackiewicz, Dr. Wm. S. 

Madull, Emma & E. Triebull 

Maedge, Hugo 

Maedge, Walter 

Maestranzi, John 

Magnuson, Gus 

Mahany, Michael C. 

Maher, Pierce 

Maicke, Mrs. Arthur C. 

Malecki, Geo. 

Maleck, Mrs. Geo. 

Maleck, Wm. J. 

Malek, Marie 

Malek, Joseph 

Malkowski, John 

Mallak, John 

Maloney, Charles G. 

Malusky, Joe 

Malva, Frank 8c Rose 

Manec, Andrew 

Mani, Gus 

Manning, T. J. 

Marcussen, Donald E. 

Marion, Jeanne P. 

Markham, John E. 8c Mae 

Marks, Charles E. 

Maronde, Alice 

Marotta, James Jr. 

Marotta, Jennie 

Marotta, Rocco & Phyllis Sr. 



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Mazzuca, Geo. jJ. ---■":' 

Mc Bain Gurney K. 

Mc Carthy, Theris & Rosellnd 

Mc Caw, William 

Mc CI ar en, Patrick J. 

Mc Connell, Monica 

Mc Devitt, Eugene 

Mc Donough, E, L. 

Mc Dougall, Eugene S. 

Mc Dougall, Florence 

Mc Govern, Mary 

Mc Grath, Joseph J. 

Mc Guinnes, Rose Mary 

Mc Kinney, Charles L. 

Mc Kinney, Mike D. 

Me Mahon, Gillespie H, 

Mc Nichols, Jos. H. 

Mc Niff, Lois A. 

Mc Sweeney, M. M, . 

Mehring, Paul 
Meirdirk, Arthur R., Sr. 
Meierdirk, Ohas. F. 
Meisner, Frank J., Sr. , 
Melgaard, Hans 560 

Mel, Anthony B. 500 

Melzer, Henry 310' 

Mesce, Mrs. James 310 

Metz, Bessie 350 

Meyer, Charles G. 310 

Meyer, Fred 560 

Meyer, Herbert E. 1280 

Meyer, Jack & Patricia 350 

Meyer, Ray T. 1130 

Meyer, Richard R. * 310 

Meyer, Theodore 310 

Michaels, Richard 8c Judith 310 
Mioheli, Cameron 430 

Miehle, Hugo 380 

Mikula, Dr. Edward W., Jr. 490 

Mikula, Steve ' 310 

Mikulitsch, John 310 

Mlkusch, Valentine 8c Lena 310 
Mikusch, Victor 640 

Miller, Charles J. 330 

Miller, Clarence 310 

Miller, Eva 310 

Miller, Earl C. 310 

Miller, Jesse B. 380 

Miller, Louise E. - 310 

Miller, Martha 810 

Miller, Mitchell & Florence 310 
Miller, Quanita R. 390 

Miller, Fred G. & Rose M. 310 

Miller, Walter B. 840 

Mills, Elmer L. 310 

Mitchell, Lloyd J. 490 

Mitchell, Dr. Oliver L. & Flora 810 
Mludek, Fred 380 

Mock, Henry J. 390 

Modern Auto Leasing Corp. 430 
•Molinari, Cesare 530 

Molose, John R. 1630 

Monhardt, Walter F. 530 

Moore, Albert R. • 350 

Morgan, Jerry * 500 

Moran, Leo C. 450 



Chan, Haig 
Ohlgren, I Richard P. G. ' 
Ohman, Emma ■ 
O'Keefe, John^A. 
Oken, Elizabeth 
Okrzesik, jgatlus 
Oliver, Ira M. 
Olsen, Mrs. Emille C. 
Olsen, Gladys 
Olsen, Harold A. 
Olsen, Harold - 

Olsen, James Edward 
Olsen, John Otto : 
Olsen, MathildeS. 
Olsen, Ronald E. 
Olsen, Stuart 
Olson, Clara M. 
Olson, H. : J. 
Olson, William N. 
Olstad, John 
O'Malley, Owen B. 
Oneatl. Lawrence 
Onstad, Oscar L 
Origer, Joe 

Orsinger, Christopher C. 
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Moroney, Robert H. & Florence 380 

Morris, Edward L. 580 

Mors, Edwin J. 310 

Moseley, Leon 310 

Moss, H. W. 310 

Motroni, John A. 380 

Motroni, Philip John 1140 

Mott, Carlyle 350 

Moudry, Joseph 310 

Mozak, Nick 440 

Mozal, Walter A. 880 

Mueller, Andrew G. 380 

Mueller, Bernard L., Sr, 540 

Mueiter, James M. 380 

Mueller, Rosa M. 510 

Mueller, Wm. A. 380 

Muir, Blythe D. 380 

Muir, Henry R. & Irene 630 

Mulacs, John 310 

Muller, Frank A., Jf. 310 

Murphy, Richard J. 800 
Murphy, Willard J. 8c Virginia 440 
Murphy, Sgt. Wm. G. 8c Norma 500 

Murray, Norman & Nellie 510 

Murrie, L. E. 940 

Muska, Joseph 310 
Myers, Albert & Mattie White 310 

Mytys, J. F. & Helga 340 

Nadrowski, Ted L. 310 

Nano, W. 310 

Nauseda, Vince 2010 

Nefi, R. J. 310 

Nelson, Andrew O. 310 

Nelson, Earl G. , 380 

Nelson, George O. 310 

Nelson, Nels 310 

Nelson, Torborg M. 660 

Nelson, Wallace L. 310 

Nemec, Edward E. 410 

Nemec, Joseph 8c Marie 730 

Nepal, A. J. 310 

Neri, Jerome J. 1690 

Nering, Tony 310 

Nerud, William E. 580 
Neville, Edward J. & Margaret 340 

Nevtipie, Lee 310 

New berg, Roy 310 

Newberg, Wm. 310 

Newell, John Thomas 310 

Newell, Dr. Robert H. 310 
Nicholson, James H. 8c Alice 880 

Nielsen, Chris 310 

Nielsen, Louis W. 1560 

Niemiec, Ted 380 

Niesen, John 8c Helen M. 460 

Nelsen, Einar J. 310 

Nist, Ed Sr. & Helen 440 

Nitchie, George O. 310 

Noel, Duke 500 

Nolan, Matthew P. 1190 

Noonan, William 630 

Norehka, Alfred F. 310 

Novak, Joseph F. 380 

Novak, Marie 430 

Novatny, Harry A. 310 

Nowak, Charles E. 380 

Nowasak, Mike 310 

Noxon, Mervin A. 430 

Nuzzo, Nick 750 

O'berg, Anna I. 600 

O'Berg, Clifford L. 690 

O'Berg, Herman & Hattie 310 

O'Brien, Daniel 310 

O'Brien, James R. 310 

O'Brien, Ray D. 380 

O'Bezarnys, E. 310 

O'Burny, Anna 380 

O'Connor, Frank 310 



Ott, Ernest B. 
Ottenstrver, Lloyd B. 
Otterson, Thomas R. ,. 
Minucclani, Joseph 
Pacini, Paul 

Paddock, Ohas. G. & Anna 

Paddock, Donald E. . 

Paddock, Mrs. Irving 

Page, John H. 

Pagers, Fred A. 

Paglusch, Frank 

Painter, Roy J. 8t Rita 

Palenske, Arthur A. 8t Edith 

Palm, Henry R. 8c Louise 

Palm, James 

Palma, R. M. 
gJX Palmbla, Edison 
oq a Palmer, Ray L. 
'Pane, Henry E. 

Pape, Lorraine 

Parfitt, Jos. C. 8c Hazel M. 

Parisani, Peter Sr. 

Park, Milton R. 8c Mary J. 

Parker, Donald M. 

Parker, Dr. Homer 

Parker, Wm. 8c Jean Kekin 

Parker, Wm. 

Parker, Wm. L. 

Parmer, Carolyn S. 

Pasko, Eugene G. & Sophie 

Patch, James 

Patelski, Sylvester A. 8t 
Charlotte 

Paterson, James 

Patton, Gerald D. 

Fatton. W. G. 

Patucky, George 

Paty, George 

Pauch, Walter 

Pauli, Herbert A. & Carrie A. 

Paulson, Rosina 

Paulys, John 

Paus, Donald L. 

Pearcy, Roy H. 

Pearson ,Robert L. 

Pechousek, Thomas W. 

Pedersen, Louis Sr. 

Pedersen, Martin L. 

Pedersen, Martin R. 

Pelto, Hubert 

Perkins, Florence M. 

Perkins, Thomas 

Pertle, Otto G. 

Perz, Kenneth 

Peters, Edward J. 

Peters, George 

Peters, Leonard Geo. Sr. 

Peters, Rut ih 

Petersen, N. 

Petersen Economy TV Shop 

Peterson, Ben J. 

Peterson, Elvira C. 

Peterson, O. L. 

Petty, Wm. Edwin 8t Lawrence 

P. Yopp 
Pflager, Chas. W. 
Phillips, Carl E. 
Phillips, George E 



410 
680 
310 
380 
680 
310 
1310, 
1480! 
440 
380 
560 
350 
310 
060 
680! 
000 
310 
310, 
310 
310 
890 
1790 
310 
430 
310 
330 
350 
450 
310 
310 
340 
310 
380 
310 
490 



Phillips, Robert D. & Delces Lee 450 



Plcchetti, Bruno J. 380 

Pickford, Earl 1450 

Pielut, John 310 

Pieper, Otto T. & Ellen M. 510 

Pierce, George 590 

Pierce, Gordon L. 310 

Pikington, Holt 310 

Pilut, John A. 960 

Pioch, Max A. 540 

Piscitelli, J. 310 

Piskorz, Teofil & Stella 850 

Piskorz, Walter C. 310 

Pitcher, Pearl 310 

Place, Nelson 310 

Plinski, Elaine 380 

Pocuis, Bruno F. 310 

Polinski, Leo J. 310 

Polk, Glenn S., Jr. 440 

Pomier, Jean 310 

Popenfus, Walter R. 330 

Portalski, Louis & Cecelia 560 

Portwich, Paul Sr, 590 

Poser, Robert H. 310 

Potempa, Frank 310 

Potenza, Dominick R. 320 

Pouisen, Russell E. 350 

Poulter, Harry & Evelyn 1390 

Powell, Chas T. 8c Jane 550 

Prack, Walter J. 440 

Prasil, Edward 310 

Pregenzer, Lewis R. 8080 

Prendergast, Thomas 890 

Prible, Jos. J. 8c Veronica 380 

Proeme, Howard 310 

Prohaska, John A. 350 

Prohaskas, Wm. 310 

Provencal, Walter A. 550 

Psiris, John 1250 

Puckey, Harold S. 380 

Pull, Chas. H. & Alice Mae 310 

Punt, John 8c Emily 660 

Purdy, Donald & Evelyn 770 

Pyles, Clarence A. 830 

Quadriel, Inc. 5430 

Queen, Clyde T. & Charlotte 740 

Quig'ley, John 310 

Raab, William 380 

Radke, Otto H. 310 

Radke, Robert L. 310 

Raimonde, Paul 830 

Rainwater, Phyllis 310 

Rampp, John F. 8c Florence 1140 

Randall, Myra 380 

Ratcliffe, Ellis C. . 310 

Ratihbone, Clayton A. 570 

Ratz, Willard F. 310 

Rauohenecker, Jos. W. 310 

Rauchenecker, Joseph 430 

Rausch, Wiibert G. 330 

Reband, Robert B. 350 

Rebsamen, Hans R. 310 

Rech, Elmer J. 600 

Reckers, Preston J., Sr. 590 

Rederer, Henry Jr, 520 

Reed, Charles E. 310 

Reen, Gottleih 310 

Reeves, Nancy A. 310 

Reeves, Wesley Sr. 490 

Rehberg, Herman H. 440 

Rehberg, William E. 310 

Reich, Edward E. 340 



Name \: 

Reichard, Melvln P. ':'.)■ 

Relehenbach, C7 d 

Reid, Norman R. 8c Vmy M. 

Reidel, Lawrence 

Relmer, Mrs, John C 

Reitz, Gustave A. 8t Vanett 

Rejnert, Walter J. 

Renaldo, Anthony 

Repans, Louis 

Reppert, Fred 

Reschitz, Elmer H. 

Reufcher, Harry - . 

Reynolds, Carl E. 

Ridolli, AdolphiJ. 

Rieger, Andrew ^ 

Rletzke, Anthony & Frieda E. 

Sinda, Irene T. 
ing, Blaine & Gerald! ne 
Ring, Ray 
Ring, Theresa 
Rinke, Bruno .«.' 
Risany, 'Mary : 
Relmer, Robert 
Risch Theodore A. 
Roberts, Barry V. 
Roberta, James A. 
Robertson, Robert L. 
Robinson, Arnold 
Robinson, Thomas G. 
Robis, Mrs. Caroline 
Roblsoti, William N. 
Robis, Stanley; " 
060 Rochow, Richard S. 
430 Rockwood, Robert C. 
310 Rodelius, George . 
330 Roedl, Charles M. 
600 Roepenach, Russell 
1330 Roettiger, Harland 8c E. Audrey 480 

310 Rogers, Harry F. 830 

310 Rogers, Lewis 8c Anna 090 

350 Rogers, Ralph R. 310 

310 Rogers, Vernon 590 

340 Rogers, Wayne 560 

450 Rogers, William E. 310 

1140 Rogowskl, Roman 310 

1440 Romani, Phillip P. 330 

1490 Romeo, Morris 1130 

3S0 Ros. Joseph & Mary 380 

310 Rosinskl, Richard 890 

460 Roth, Edward 840 

740 Roth, Russell D. 680 

350 Rothers, Charles 380 

380 Roti, Joseph P. 330 

310 Rowe, Wm. 3}0 

310 Royer, Frank S, 310 

430 Rozek, Sylvia E. 380 

550 Rubrecht, Otto 310 

310 Rudak, Rose A. 310 

310 Rudolph, Elmer 2350 

310 Rudy. T. " 380 

380 Ruggles, Robert C. 650 

600 Ruhstorfer, Harold J. 500 

310 Rundgren, Edward M. 560 

Runyard, James E. 860 

500 Runyard, John M0 

310 Runyard, Thomas 1230 

580 Russell, Edward 1130 
410 Russo, John R. . 1190 

310 Ryan, Anne C. 350 

790 Ryan, Nicholas F. 740 

310 Rybah, John P. 310 
530 Rychly, Jos. A. & Johanna 450 

380 Rydberg, Fritz L. 390 
310 Rzysko, Stephen F. 8c Marie 670 

310 Rzysko, Stephen N., Jr. 390 

320 Samolevloh, John 6770 

310 Samusch, Steven ** 310 
Sannen, E. Robert 8c Ruth M. 510 

Santucci, Anthony 380 

Sarin, Charles 310 

Sass, George E. 630 

Sawinski, Steven 400 

Swusch, Arthur J. 310 

Soachitti, Frank 600 
Scanlan, Wm. F. & Francis 680 

Schabon, George 310 

Sohaefer, Mrs. Catherine 920 

Schaefer, Harold J. 310 

Schaefer, Wiibert H. 350 

Schaefer, Mrs. Ed. J. 310 

Sohaefer, Louis W. 800 

Sohaitz, Michael 310 

Sthaffer, Peter J. 310 

Scharf, Paul 310 

Scheel, Wm. H. & Ann L. 600 

Scheff, Joe 340 

Schenk, Albert L. 350 

Scheuerman, R. 310 

Schenner, Carl 680 

Sohimmel, Xavier & Helen 480 

Schissler, Frank 310 

Sohleich, Christ 880 

Schlosser, Charles E. 510 
Schlosser, Harold H. * 350 

Schmalz, Hichael A. 530 

Schmid, Walter 790 

Schmidt, Geo. L. Sr. 340 
Schmidt, Harry J. & Martha 480 

Schmidt, Harry O. 850 

Schmidt, Hugo 430 

Schmidt, Hyman 310 

Schmit, Donald J. 360 

Schmitt, Wm. F. 360 

Schmitz, Charles B. 310 

Schmitz, Theodore A. 940 

Schneider, Maynard 310 

Schneider, Norman J. 310 

Schneider, Otto A. 330 

Schnitzins, N. J. 310 

Schoenbber, George 500 

Schvenstedt, G. FT 310 

Schoewald, Geo. W. 310 

Soholzj Judy L. * 380 

Scholz, William 1410 

Scholtz, Walter Fred 1140 

Schrader, Annie 380 



THURSDAY . NOVEMBER 20 t 1958 

Ais'dVal, 
010 



'Aft'dWil.inMain*' ■■■ -- 

• WflO'shugar^D.iM.' i, ' 

710 Shunneson* Mrs. Vida R. 

Shunneson, A. W. 

Sibel, Joaeph 

Sibley. Nason E. 

Siedschlag. Glen 



380 
1710 

330 
1410 

680 



Slegert, Wm. C. 8c 
Ceceli 



600 
560 
310 
310 
310 
440 
310 
310 
380 

1430 
310 
380 
510 

1940 
830 

310 
440 

310 

950 
310 
310 



a L, >310 

SUtnore11o,TJos; N. 1 !310 

Sllke, Wayne Arthur 310 

Sima, Albert 8c Marie 600 

Simons, Mrs. Emma " 310 

Simonsen, Eugene O. 310 

Stow, JohnlE,^ : -?H 

Sinclair Refining Co. ' 160 

Sindelar, Prank; :3 ,§2 

Singleton, Robert B. ^350 

Si pt a, Anthony & 

jLoiaMcNilf ! 
Skelton, J. H. 
Skonning, Arhdt A, ;.,' 
Skorena, Charles 
Skurdanis, John r' 

Sladek, Jacob Lee ; ' 

Slahor, Steve 

Slaughter, Roy J. • ■ ' 

Slavln, Esther E. ' ^ 

Sletten, Edwin J. ' 

SUkas, Theodore 
SHninger, Gordon G. 
Slotta, Max A. 
Smetana, Edward P. • 
Smith, Burnett 
Smith, C. B. & Mae L. 
Smith, Chas; J., Jr. 
Smith, Chas. Sr. 
Smith, Charles R. 
Smith, Clarence 
Smith, Don 
Smith, Earl B, 
Smith, Edward G. 
Smith, Fred E. 
Smith, George A. 
Smith, George S. 
Smith, Harry J. 
Smith, James 

Smith, Mrs. Joanna J. _ 
Smith, John J. 8c Lorraine R. 
Smith, Mrs. Minnie 
Smith, Russell C. 
Smith, Theodore W. 
Sinith, Thomas S. & Ruth 
Smith, Vern 
Smith, William 
Smith. William C. 
Smoc, Louis F. 
Smoltz, Joseph F. 
Smutley, Mrs. James 
Smutny, Wm. 

Snyder, Wilbur E. Be Shlrlee 
Soby, Arthur T. 8c Jean P. 
Socony Mobile Oil Co., Inc. 
Soffletti, John C. 8c Mary 
Soldmann, Wm. H. 
Solomon, Walter H. 
Sommer, Frederick H. 
Sontitg, Geo. C. 
Soper, Charles 
Sorensen. Irwin T. Sr. 
Sorwell, Ernest R. 8t Adeile 
Souther, Dale 
Souther, Dale 
Southwick, Mrs. C. Russell 
Spander, Peter J. 
Stahl. Edward J. 
Stahl, Joseph 
Stahl, Marguerite A, 
Stahl, Philip I. 
Stahl, Roger G. 
Stalmerski, John S. 
Standbridge. Thomas M. 

Stanek, Theo. C. 

Stahkus, Martin 

Stanley. Dr. Chester 

Starb, Ole 

Stark, John 

Starman, Jos. 8c Gerceva 

Staszak, Frank x 

Slaver, Charles 

Stavivoga, Casmir 

Stearns, Constance C. 

Stearns, Paul R. 

Steffano, Roy D. 

Steffen, Robert 

Steger, Charles 

Steier, Minnie 

Stein, Louis E. & Corrinne 

Steinbarth, Henry 

Steinle, Ross 

Steiskal, Robert J. 

Steiskal, Sibyl L. 

Steitz. John L. 

Stephens, Louis 

Stephens, Norman 8c Anne 

Stepien, Bloise 

Stern, Harry H. 

Steinberg, Edward J. 

Sterrett, Wallace P. 

Stewart, Andrew 

Stiles, Grant H. 

Stimpfl, RudOIph 

Stackler, Ernest 

Stoffel, Norvin E. 8c Ellen 

Stokes, Ruth S. 

Stolberg, Paul E. & Marjorie 

Stolle. Arthur E. 

Stout. Verne E. 8c Hedwig 

Stover, Charles 

Straka. Michael 

Strametz. Rudolph 810 

Strang, Howard 310 

Stratton, David A, & Marguerite 800 

Straub, Mrs. H. 310 

Striblen. Richard L. 360 

Strletzel, Jean 380 

Stromberg, Truman 8c Beverlv 310 



880 
310 
310 
440 
1260 
500 
1310 
830 
>310 
910 
330 
310 
380 
310 
310 
2400 
.440 
1680 
'310 
310 
310 
310 
580 
310 
380 
380 
560 
310 
310 
560 
1660 
310 
890 
680 
310 
320 
310 
440 
310 
310 
310 
630 
380 
1380 
730 
380 
380 
1140 
390 
040 
310 
730 
350 
940 
380 
310 
310 
330 
440 
790 
380 
390 
400 
930 
600 
380 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
440 
580 
440 
310 
380 
310 
310 
310 
580 
310 
310 
540 
1630 
310 
390 
310 
610 
310 
310 
600 
430 
490 
380 
660 
310 
380 
380 
310 
310 



Schreiber, Norman 8c Patricia A. 350 

Schreurs, John 8c Leonle 310 

Schrimpf, Valentine 1150 
Schroeder, Geo. H. & Gladys 890 

Schroeder, John 310 

Schroeder, Mrs. Wm. E. 850 

Schubert, Richard M. 490 

Sohuenemann, Martha 750 

Sohultheis, Albert R. 440 

Schultz, Martin W. 430 

Schultz, R. J. 310 
Schultz, W. J. • 310 

Schultz, George A. 330 

Schumacher, Robert W. 660 

Schwab, Clarence J. 430 

Schwagermann, Henry 310 

Schwanbeck, Clayton 310 

Schwartz, Frank L. 1060 

Scott, Willis H. 500 
Searles, Harriett M. & 

Mary E. Waldo 690 

Sebastian, Harry 380 
Sebek, Frank J. (Zobak Club) 1750 

Sedevic, Dr. George 810 

Seekamp, Herman 310 

Segelke, Otto 410 

Seiben, Leonard A. 310 

Selter, Walter 310 

Sershon, John A. 330 

Sershon, Lewis 310 
Setcoff, John & Lillian 

Simons 380 

Sexauer, Loren D. 480 

Shaffer, Samuel C. 310 

Shannon, Archie E. 310 

Shannon, Willis F. 310 

Shaw, Mrs. T. R. 310 

Shearman, Victor T. • 440 

Sherlin, Phillip i860 

Shoop, James C. 310 

Shostak, Alex 2090 

Shostak, Ben A. 810 

Shotola, William 390 

Showalter, Rob Roy 700 
Shuck, Milbum L. & Dorothy 310 



Studtmann, Henry P. 380 

Sugar, Anton 560 

Sullivan. Genevieve 730 

Super, Ed. T. 310 

Sutton. Wm. S. 310 

Swanbeck, Clayton 310 

Swanson, A. Philip 1350 

Swanson, C. A. & Elsie 880 

Swanson, Carl E. 310 

Swanson, Carrol A. 880 

Swanson, Hugo F. 1110 

Swanson, Isaac 310 

Swanson, John M. 8c Gerda 690 

Swanson, Joseph R. 310 

Swedberg, Leonard 380 

Swelt, Zerah 430 

Swenson, Donald 430 

Swenson, Herbert F. 310 

Swiatkowski. Stella H. 310 

Sykora, Adolph 560 

Szadziewecz, T. M. 310 

Taetzner, Conrad 440 

Tackles, Angelo 310 

Tanner, Louis F. 1690 

Tarico, Andrew 310 

Taylor, Forest E. 310 
Taylor, Herbert C. 8c Anna 500 
Taylor. Robert E. & Pearl 430 

Teborek, Dr. Ray P. 440 

Teich, Anna 1010 

Teml, Raymond J. 900 

Ten Bruin. Mrs. Louise R. 380 

Stromwall. Roland 430 

Tengborn, S. E. 310 

Teach, Wayne R. 450 

Tessmann, Elmer G. 380 

Theis, Fred J., Jr. 390 

Thelen, Vern 6250 

Thiel, Lawrence R. 740 

Thiele, Wiibert E. 310 

Thiesen, John N. 380 

Thiesen, Wm. C. 390 
Thompson, Arthur C. & Evelyn 940 
Thompson, B. C. & Dorothy M. 1560 

Thompson, Clinton 740 

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Nam« ' ' "" AiVdVal.' 

Tkompgon, Eva ■■■!,''..,-..■ ... 380; 

Thompaori.Ethel B, .' 430 

Thompson, John E e 310 

Thornton, tEvert 310, 

Tidormin, Rkhard ..„...-. 310 

Tiesllntf, Arthur J. ,., 430 

5Tieaort,4George 740 

Tintora, \J. -. ; f 310 

Tlscornia, Demonic / 380 

'Tobiaa/^erryiJ. „ 380 

Todd, Cheater A. ;310; 

Todey, Ralph -F. H480, 

^Tollver,Jloyd . 310 

Toman, Chaa. J* / 740 

Toman, Frank J. t ' , 880; 

Toman, Lousi J, 310 

Trenski, Robert 840 

^Prent, c Rbbort, :330 

Triefler, Arthur IB. 700 

Trlfltano, iChesteiv ,380 

Trkovsky, Frank & Bessie M. 410 

Trussell, Emery C. 380 

Tuck, Geo, & Mary F. 1000 
Tulumello, Michael J. &c 

Jeaanette -^- , 860 

Turek, Frank & Sylvia 010 

Turek, Gerald W. & Ma© 310 

Turner; Avery >B. 410 

Turner, Oswald W., 780 

Turner, Wilbur & Alta'-M. 040 

Tuteln, Ralph & Eleanor 730 

Tuteur, Chaa, 310 

Tyrrell, Thomas & Evelyn 430 

tnbrech, John 310 

Ulrlch, Charles _ : 310 

Urchell, Joseph 310 

Ursine, Nick 310 

ITsedom, Charles L. 830 



Vail, Clyde 810 

Valek, JohnM, . " 310] 

Vallo« James 310 

Valentine, Harry - ' 1 310 

Valkeriaar^Wm^H^ H310 

VaHee, Charles 890 

Vallo, Elmer J. ; l430 

Vance, Leonard J, 340 

Vanderkloot, Mrs. Adrian 830 

VanderlesteiVJ,-i: - 440 
Vanderwerker, Clifford W. Jr. 1030 

Vanderwerker, CHIf Sr. 310 

Van Fatten, Kenneth i860 

Van Schaar, Albert 310 
Van Skike, Davis ' 840 

Vatacha, lilllian 310 

Vaupell, George F, 860 

Vavra, Jerry )S. i860 

Veesemeyer, Blmer '680 

Vehrs^^Herbert Ri ^880 

Vejyoda, Edward J, 480 

Veltum, Irving F. 630 

Vem, ilenry Lv- 470; 

Vermeyer. Phillip 310 

Vespa, John & Bill 310 

Vestal, Marvin E. ^ r 310 

Vestulo, Joe • ^ 310 
Victory Carbide Saw & Tool 4190 

Viert Albert G.^ I " 310 

Vistaln, Edward i - 310 

Vlstain, Geo. J., Jr. 440 

Vlack^Mary - 310 

Vohoeks, Jerome : 310 

Vllk, Mrs. Florence M* 310 

Vollenweider, Myron L. 310 

Von Hessenstein, Alice 380 

Vose, Georfte N., 310 

Vosburir. Charles R; 860 

Vydra, Anna 410 

Vynalik, Clara J. 310 

Wade, Walter T. & Helen 310 



Wait; Antfene L. 
Wald. Emilia TO 
Walczah, Leon J. 
Waldwellcr, Mrs. John 
Waldweiler,iPeter F. 
Waldweiler^WHHarrt w 

WrilkoffV^Dariiel 
Walker, BemSe ■; . •• 
Wallace, Logan D. .& Patricia H 
Walsh, James ; -;- m .---i - : 
Walsh,SFrank,Wi'& Margaret 
Walsh^WrJP. 
Walshon, Bernard 
Walters. Ed. A. 
Wanthol, Eric A. 
Ward. vLols A. • . ; ;■ ■ ■ . . : 
Warner, Albert & Adeline J. 
Warner, Fred 
Warner,;Harry /L. 

Warswick, James; H. & Ruth 
Wastyri, Emiele /' ' t 

Waters, Richard L. 
Warum,- John \ 
Wasson, Stanley E. 
Waters. Ray ■ . 
Wathier, John B. 
Webb, Robert J. ' ■■--■;.-. 
Weber, Margaret ■:,.- 
Weber, Robert J. 
Weeg, Alvin R, & Marjorie 
Weeks, Mrs. Alfred H, , 
Weeks, *C. E. ■" ^m 
Weeks( Harry ,"L, 
Weeks/ Seward ?M. 
Wehfsteen , 1 Frank R. 
Wehrsteen, Richard A. 
Weidenholfer, Herman 
Weig, Donald E. 
WeUand, Harry E. * 
Welnmann. James F. 
Weinschehk, Jos. F. 



800 

310 

430 

310 

800 

310 

1310 

310 

.14401 

?380 

840 

^330 

^610 

2060 

490 

310 

400 

440 

310 




340 
310] 
310 
380 
800 
380 
1310 
940 
1310 
330 
1440 
'310 
310 
'310* 
310 
810 
830 
330 
380 
390 
440 
910 



Weirizinimer, Michael J, 
Weiss, Henry 
Weiss^JohnlF 
Weisa, Robert Hf. 
Weiss^Theodore 
Weiss; Thomas J. . ._ 
Wells, John J. 
Welter^JohnE, - 
Welter, Wm; P. Be Jean j C. 
Werda,^Cyrus R. 
Werdar^ohnB. 
WernerV^Heriry 
Wcrfe, Arthur W. 
Wester, Meuer : A 
Westermeyer, Anton 
Westfallf fFred 
Westgard^Vlllis L- 
Wesilingf nChas.- Ar i; ? 
Weatphal, Raymond R 

Westphal, Walter E, 
Whalen^Edgar J. < 

Wheeler,- Enoch A. ' 

White, L. • 

Whltehouse, Roy 
Whitney/G?o. E.;, 
Wiecek,lJohn 
Wieczorek, Stanley 
Wleczorek, Stanley 
Wiezorek. Wm. A. 
Wleghart, Albert O. 
Wilbur. ED. 

Wilczenaki, Henry C. 
Wilkinson, Arthur M. 
WilleU; Bernard E. 
Willett, Bobbie F. &' Jeanne 
WilleM, Raymond B. i; 
Willett, Robert R/ h 
Willey, Mfs. Lulu E; 
Williams, Chas. E. t , 

Williams,. Dean & Debrah G. 



890 

310 

iOlO 

1830, 

1310 

1100 

690 

=1310 

680 

800 

740 

310 



310 

310: 

380i 
800 
38Q 
310 
330 
310 
430 
310 
840 
480 
1800 

1090 
310 
890 

2080; 

.680 
440 
930 

,880 
440 
310 
380 

1110 
330 
880 



Williams; EthorT. 

Williams. ^Everett W* 

Wilson, Einar J* 

Wilson, Clarence Ev ', 

Wllsori;3ElrediF 

Wilson, -Harold W.L _ _ 

Wilson, Hubert • 

Wilson, Thomas i J. 

Winchi MrsVvAhna : J. 

Wlnski; John &^ferha 
Wirwahh,-Fred 

Wire, Eugene .;,S. *■& -Georgia * 
Wirth,5Carl ; - f 

Wirth, Frank fA. .. 
Witt, 4Elmer Jr. 
Wittleder;iFredW.& Elaine A. 

Wlttohf R * 
WohlfeilJM. J. Sr, 

Wojnowiah, Michael C 
Wold,; Emilia 
Wolf, Conrad | 

Wolf, George :i 
WolffV<Carl J. 
Wolff, SJack .*'! 
Wo^iRoriald W. m _■ L 
Wollpert, Arthur & Edith 
Wood^^William E, : a 
Woods, LiUian >E. & Lorraine 

K. Deutsch i r 

Woolner, Donald C. 
Woolner, John F. 
Worst, Fred & Helen 
Worswick, James H. 
Wozniak, Theodore J. 
Wright, Constance L. 

Wrona, Fred J. 
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Ziervogel, Herman & Frieda 

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Zitnik, Joseph . 

Zmidzinski, Eugene J. 
Zmudu, Walter 
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THE ANT10CH iNEWSr AWIQGH^ ^niMJEMS 



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Hoover Report 
&tes Citizens M 
For Govt Interest 

■ 7 The Taxpayers' Federation iot IUL< 
noi3 today issued the final [bulletin; 
of its Hoover Report Division^ the 
agency promoting .citizen support of 
the jrccommchdatioris of the jSecqnd 
Hoover Commisalbn tbn reorganiza-; 
I tidn !' id the federal; ^government. 1 
Action, by overi 15,000 Illinois, 
citizens in supporting ;!these imeasV 
tares was, cited 'by' the federation, 
! who -prated them for their interest 
i in Vbetter ^government; at a better 
priced and ^reminded 'them they; 
hoped for their further cooperation 
! in the federation's continuing cam- 
paign to control unnecessary spend- 
ing i ; of } federal funds, and forfur- 
I ther adoption of these proposals. 
[In pointing up the fact that 64% 
, of the Second Hoover Commission's 
j Recommendations had been adopt- 
ed the publication called special at- 
tention to the passage of the- Mod- 
ernized Budgeting and Defense Uni- 
fication measures, the major Hoover 
Report accomplishments in this last 
Congressional session. 

The economy theme of the 
"Achievement Report" was that an 
investment -of over $8 million dol- 
lars by the Federal government and 
the national Citizens Committee for 
the Hoover Report created savings 
of $10 billion in the Federal govern- 
ment because of the $7 billion saved 
by the First Hoover Report and the 
$3 billion annual savings of the Sec- 
ond Hoover Peport. In other 
words, they noted, an investment of 
$1 produced savings of $1,250 in re- 
turn, and they called attention to 
the fact that without these savings 
our tremendous national debt would 
be increased or wo would be paying 
higher Federal tax. 

In- the conclusion of the brochure, 
Maurice W. Scott, Federation Exec- 
utive Secretary, said, "Our organi- 
zation is proud that we expanded our 
activities to include the work of 
the Hoover Report Division and-took 
real pleasure in promoting citizen 
action for adoption of the Hoover 
Commission Recommendations 
throughout this state." 

Trevor News 

(Mrs. Graee Miller, Correspondent) 
Tel. Underfill! 2-3059 



Lester Minshal, the agent at the 
Trevor depot suffered a heart at- 
tack and Donald Wiegert from Val- 
ders, Wis., is relieving him. 

Mrs. Nel Runyard and son, Wilson, 
were Friday evening callers on Stan- 
ley Runyard, Waukegan, and Tues- 
day evening callers on Mrs. Bell Bar- 
hyte, at Klondike, Wis. 

Jim McAnsh of Chicago spent the 
week-end with his aunt, Mrs. Nel 
Runyard. 

Mrs. Alvin Moran and Mrs. Alvin 
Pa gel motored to Forest Park on 
Tuesday and spent the day at the 
Louie Oswald home visiting with 
Mrs. Frank Andree, nee Katherine 
Schreck, of Riverside, California. 

All Wisconsin schools were closed 
on Thursday and Friday so that the 
teachers could attend the state con- 
vention at Milwaukee. 

Mrs. Howard Schultz entertained 
on Saturday afternoon to celebrate 
her daughter Joan's first birthday 

Mrs. Pauline Harris and friend 
from Chicago visited at her brother's 
—the Alan Copper family. 

Mrs. Dowd from Madison was a 
guest at the George Wilen home 
four days the past week. 

Mrs. Arthur May and daughter, 
Virginia, Madison, were week-end 
guests at the Chas. Oetting home. 

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee 
Barhyte, Jr., was christened at the 
Antioch Methodist church on Sun- 



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argiijg 
Memorialfees ^ 

IjTwo icemeteriesjare charging ex- 
orbitant fees for installation of mem- 
orial %mrkcrs,;^a[ Dupage^ county 
Circuit court suit maintains. 
v Chapel Hill Cemeteries, West 
and South, .^are taking unfair ad- 
vantage of rgrieving survivors!" 
claims the suit filed ^November 3 ibyj 
two lot owners, Mrs. Peter Buchi- 
kas, j 107 South Charlotte, Lombard, 
and Elmer P. iSieyert, 1232 North 
Eagle, Naperville. >■: : :..| 

Mrs. Buchikas and Sievert in 
their joint suit claim Chapel Hills. 
West charges $50 io $165 _ more than 
the competitive market price for 
bronze markers. They maintain that 
this Is done ;by. charging, lot owners 
$85 for installation of a single mar- 
ker and $135 for installation of a 
double marker when markers are 
riot purchased from the cemetery. 

Other cemeteries in the area, the 
plaintiffs say, charge $17 to $25 for 
a costlier type of installation. 

Both Mr. Buchikas arid Sievert 
say they were approached by the 
cemetery a few days after burial 
of their respective loved ones re- 
garding purchase of a bronze, mark- 
er. Before placing an order, they 
investigated prices at Peter Troost 
Monument company, 4300 Roosevelt 
road, Hillside, and found that a 
bronze marker .of an equal or sup- 
erior quality to those sold at Chapel 
Hilts West and South could be pur- 
chased at about half the price. 

For many years Chapel Hills West 
cemetery permitted only bronze 
markers manufactured by James H. 
Matthews & Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa., 
which in turn sells only to cemet- 
eries. This practice was investigat- 
ed by the federal government and 
on March 21, 1958, the Matthews 
company was indicted in U. S. Dis- 
trict court of Pennsylvania for mon- 
opolistic practices in interstate trade 
dating back to 1949. 

Since the indictment Chapel Hills 
West permits other manufacturers' 
markers but, according to the Du- 
page county suit, the cemeLery now 
penalizes lot owners by the exces- 
sive fees. 

The plaintiffs claim that of the 
few cemeteries in the Chicago area 
selling markers, Chapel Hills is the 
only one with such exorbitant prices. 
As a result many lot owners refuse 
to erect a marker of any type on 
graves of their loved ones, they say. 




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ing changes in supermarkets Rand; 
greater emphasis on smaller grocery 
stores in the future,; 'forecast the 
editors of Changing Times, the Kip-j 
linger Magazine. < 

All sorts of technical Innovations! 
to make your shopping easier are 
now in use or in the planning stage. 1 
There is a machine that bags your] 
purchases. Specially designed racks! 
replace packaged goods when an 
item is removed. A unique device 
automatically carries away bottle 
empties and gives you a receipt for 
them. The latest in -cash registers 
shows how much change Is due you. 

Within another* ten years, you 
may be able to shop by* punch 
cards, where electronic machines 
select and collect your groceries. 
You won't have to push that groc- 
ery, cart — . it will be motorized. 
You'll step on a moving sidewalk 
once out of your car, and be whisked 
right to the store door. Automatic 
check-out counters will add up your* 
bill, pack your groceries and deliver 
your change - - all without human 
guidance. 

\ Even while merchants blueprint 
bigger and bigger supermarts, oth- 
er enterprising operators are prov- 
ing there's plenty of ro*m for re-, 
latively small groceries, space-age 
version. You'll find these stores 
easy to shop in. You. can usually 
drive right up tq, the edge of the 
store and park. You can shop fast 
since the stores concentrate on the 



fast-moving staples, vegetables and 
meats. Theyiare open late and on 
Sundays. They Jire intended as a 
place where you can spick nip a few 
items, not a whole week's food pur- 1 
chase.;i"r - W- ■;■;''- a-'*-M 

You'll be able to satisfy that 2 a, nv 
yen for strawberries ;Jn^the near 
future, when ail-night selling of 
more than milk products by vend- 
ing machines gets underway. Al- 
ready some stores have banks of 
vending machines outside ; their 
doors with over 100 products. 




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. The American Foundation for the 
Blind estimates that we have in bur 
nation about 8,500 blind children 
o f <p re-school a g e. Eventually 
about half of these will go to pub- 
lic schools, while the balance will 
attend special residential schools for 
the blind. B" 1 r 



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Eckart and Howard Schultz. 

Willis Sheen fell from the hay- 
mow on Friday morning and is in the 
Kenosha hospital, 

Mrs. Franklin Swanson, Madison, 
Wis., is spending a few days with 
her mother, Mrs. Grace Miller. 



"It's been observed that the only 
meeting that ever started on time 
was held' up for an hour while things 
were explained to people who came 
in late and didn't know what was 
going on/'— The Ava Citizen. 



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space for a host of shoppers cars. It 
is conveniently located in the heart of 
town. This is just one of many special 
services afforded your Home Town 
Shoppers. 



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Wintertime store hours have been set up by most of your Merchants. Large 
selections of Christmas time merchandise is on display every where you 
shop. You'll find that shopping in Antioch is a real pleasure. 



To accomodate the ever increasing 
number of summer residents of your 
area, every effort is put forth to ex- 
pand all facilities necessary to prop- 
erly serve them. This same special 
consideration is given by every busi- 
ness place as they plan their store 
operations. 



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s Merry Go-Round Bakery 

Antioch Distributing Co. 
Antioch Taxi Service 

The Jewel Box 

Gibbs Variety Store 

Economy T.V. & Appliance Sales & Service 

Cosgrove Shoes 

Paul R. Avery, Inc. 

Antioch Sheet Metal 

Hunter's Garage 

Vos Construction 

Ben Franklin Stare 

Frank's T.V. Service 
M. W. Heath & Son, General Contractors 



John Gaa & Son D-X Petroleum Products 

Roblin's Paint and Hardware 

Keulman Jewelry 

Barnstable & Brogan 

* Antioch Lumber ft Coal Co. 

Jack's Town ft Country Shop * 

Ray's Shell Station 

Thebest Venetian Blind Co. 

Antioch Packing House 

State Bank of Antioch 

MariAnne's 

Klass Men's Store 

Art's Paint Store 

First National Bank 



Western Tire Auto Store 
Martin's Hi-way Furniture 

Community Servlcenter 
Murrie's Standard Service 

W. V. Lahti Oil Co. 

B & M Pizxa ft Restaurant 

Antioch I.G.A. Foodliner 

Carey Electric ft Plumbing Co. 

Dairy Queen 

Antioch Automotive Supply 

Mortensen Builders 

Lasco's Greenhouse 

Burdick's Sinclair Service 

Antioch Builders 

Williams Department Store 



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■Name Description Aw'd Val, 

Crown 'Realty Co. 13' 600, 

Do -! 14 1890 

-.?Do;: -v^-^ri-'. -'IB- m 

Jerome Becker 16 690 

.Crown Realty KCo. " 17 s890 

ft Do f 181 600 

Do ^ P ^ 10 890„ 

Do 20 690* 

Albert Gudgeon 21 690 

BLOCK 14 

'Crown sRealtyHCo, ^ 1 . 

Charles P. Emmllng Jr. 2 

Crown Realty Co, : 3^ 

-^Do .s.%6 
Steve St Marie Chovanec 7 

Crown Realty Co, 0^ 

? -Do 

SlDO : ^:^ 10^ 

Do- O •■ Ur 

?Do W0. ; ; . ' 12 

TO> 13 ^ 

iDo v 14 

Lester Burg 15 

Crown Realty Co, 16 

Do ^ -- &«>'■ 

Edward Olszewski 18 

Crown Realty Co. • 10 r 

^Do<^ VM v ■- 120 

HarsedVollz - 21 

Robert Schroeder 22 

Crown Realty Co. 23 .. 

BilUe Flint r-~ ^ 

Crown Realty Co. 20 

Do 26 

Do •• 27 

Do '28 

Do 29 

Do 30 

Do 31 

Do 32 

Norman & Edna Kosman 33 

City Plymouth Co. Inc. 34 

Crown Realty Co. 35 

Do 38 

Do 37 

David McCormlck 38 

Crown Realty Co. 39 

Harry M. Timmons 40 

Crown Realty Co. 41 

BLOCK 15 

Crown Realty Co. 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Julius Nelson 4 

Crown Realty Co. 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Aaron Mathes 8 

Crown Realty Co. 

Do 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Frank Porto 14 

Crown Realty Co. 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Do 22 

Do 23 

Do 24 

Do 25 

Do 26 

Frank Ceremuga 27 

BLOCK 16 

Michael & B. Schmidt 1 

Claude L. Morris 2 

Crown Realty Co. 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do ; 6 

John Pope 7 

Crown Realty Co. 8 

Do 



Crown Realty Co. 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Fred Hughes 15 

Crown Realty Co. ' 16 

Do 17 

George Hollman 18 

Crown Realty Co. 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Do 22 

Do 23 

BLOCK 17 

Crown Realty Co. 

Henry Werner 2 

Crown Realty Co. 3 

Do 4 

Do 6 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Joseph Gaiden 8 

Frank Houbert 9 

Crown Realty Co. 10 

Joseph Daley 11 

Crown Realty Co. 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

BLOCK 18 

Crown Realty Co. 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Edwin Overland 4 

Edmund J. Kolakowski 5 

Crown Realty Co. 6 

Do . 7 

Do 8 

Mrs. Ella M. Cerny 9 

Crown Realty Co. 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Thomas Devine 14 

Crown Realty Co. 15 

Do 16 

BLOCK 19 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Fred Antonello 4 

Crown Realty Co. 5 

Lena Rudnlcki 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 8 
Charles St Barbara Wagner 9 



890 

0160 

760 

too; 

760 

760 

5160; 

760 

760 

'360 

760 

760 

780 

760 

5990 

7910 

7910 

7910 

7910 

890 

8040 

760 

760 

8540 

780 

.760 

760 

760 

760 

760 

760 

5990 

760 

760 

7360 

8160 

760 

760 

5990 

830 

760 

830 

830 
760 
760 
760 

5180 
760 
760 
760 
760 

5990 

5160 
890 
760 
760 
830 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 

6470 

9080 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
890 
830 

7980 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
890 
830 
830 
760 
760 
760 
760 



SNapie ^ ^DsserlpflonlO j 1 Ai$'«l Val^ 
Crown Realty Co. 

-■-' Do- &.',-_- , 

Do 
Do 

*)o ; 
^O ;\ 

George Krinke 
John J. Rlcherson 
Ervin Studinski 
Crown Realty Co. 
Leo Gray ; 

Crown Realty Co, ' 
■ Do 

Do 

Do . 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do - 

Do 

Do 

Do 

do /:?'■; 
mo 

William Owens 

Crown Realty Co. 

Charles E, Worsley 

Crown Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 

BLOCK 20 

Anthony Pyzzna 

Stanley J. Korczynski 

Crown Realty Co. 
Do 
Do 
Do 

George Klshkunas 

Crown Realty Co. 
Do 

ORCHARD CREST 

Albert St Helen Herman. 1 
Do 2 

Do . 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do • 8 

Do . 

Do 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Do 22 



33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
i 38 

40 
41 

42 

43 

^44 

M-45- 

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47 
48 
49 
150 
51 
52 
53 
04 
65 
86 
57 
58 
89 
60 
61 
62 
83 
84 
65 
68 
67 

1 
2 
3 

• 4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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890 

690 

690 

690 

^606 

1690 

11890, 

690 

6920 

690 

890 

690 

690 

690 

7020 

830 

760 

760 

3780 

760 

.760 

760 

830 

760 

760 

^760 

0090 

1380 

6060 

7960 

' '830 

8390 

830 

830 

830 

7160 
11560 
1510 
1650 
1518 
1380 
8010 
1380 
1380 

'930 
930 

10250 

9730 

960 

47750 
1100 
790 
920 
920 
920 
630 
620 
730 
690 
690 
630 
560 

10450 
550 
550 




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BLOCK; 11 
Crown Realty Co. 

^ Do/ - \ i; 

RINEAR'S ACRE 

W. H.Curnes 

Do ■ § 

Do 

Do 
"Do 

Do 

Do: 

Do 

Do 

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Thofl. W. Curnes (ex E 240 
s ft) S 60 it lot 16 ilex « 

240 It) N 68.12 it lot 
John E. Curnes S 60 it W 

80 it E 240 ft lot 18 8e N 

68 ft W 60 it E 240 ft 
W. H Curnes N 68.12 ft 
Peter Cook. E 240 ft lot 

18 St N 68.12 ft of, E 240 

ft of lot 
W.H. Curnes S 68.12 ft 
Lorraine. Schroeder (ex 

RR) :«-: 

Antioch Lumber & Coal 
Co. (ex RR & ex Village 

Do 

Plckard Inc. (ex SWly 10 

ft) doc 491237 

Do SWly 10 ft lot 5 & 

alllots^6«c7 ; ,'\ 
Earl H. Skiff 
ArtLaursen 
Herman Rosing 

Do 

Do 
Arthur P. Fortmanh 
Antioch Lumber Ac Coal 

Co. (Ex RR) lots 15 to 

25 & 60 ft strip lyg Ely 

lots 17 St 18 

SEQUOI1! ACRES SUB. 
BLOCK 1 
Wm. E. Brook Tr. 
. Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK .2 
Wm. E. Brook Tr. 

Do 



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960 

i960; 

HnfeHH 

140 1 
140! 
140 
140 
450 
450; 
630 
630 
140 
140 



17 r 140 



17 

18 



17 
17 



2 
i3 

24' 



140 

140 



140 
140 

280 



J280 
550 

4300 



5 41800 



10 

ii 

12 

13 
14 



1 
2 
3 

I 





31210 

5200 
3300 

720 
9300 

720 
6250 



77550 



1340 
1250 
1210 
1180 
1160 
1130 



Ais'd Val. 



860 

12340! 

18060! 

8040 



le Description 

T; M. Palaske - ^24 

8. Boyer Nelson ■">: 25 

T. M. Palaske 26 

Do :,:;.?[:- n-¥ 2$ 
Russell St Myrtle Barn- r 
,^i stable ;iot 28 & 3 (ex >pt 

lyg^WNrf a str In irung ~^ 

from apt on N In isd lot 

40,1 ft W orNE cor thof 

to a pt on S In sd 10 it 

W of SE cor thof ) u 29 ^8140 
Tra. of Schools, c/o Bd. of 
* Ed^ AtffrH;S,^pt lyg W 

of S str In rung fr a pt 

on N. In sd lot 40.1 ft W 

of NE cor thof *U> a pt 

on S In sd lot 10 ft W 



29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 



38 
50 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



330, 
140 ! 
WO: 

8420! 
660; 

8730 

2810 
220 
010 

8390 
830 
440 

8170 
440 

8090 

6160 

23350 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 

? 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 



1130 
1130 
e 1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 
1070 



Do 23 830 
POWLES SUB, 

Oliver Ollerman 1 1050 

Frank D. Powles et al 2 960 

Do 3 960 

Do 4 960 

Do 5 1070 

Do 6 840 

William H. Herbert Jr. 7 850 

Frank D. Powles et al 8 850 

James C. Carlson 9 1100 

Frank D. Powles et al 10 960 

Do 11 940 

Do 12 940 

Do 13 1270 

Do ' 14 010 

Do - 15 880 

Do 16 940 

William Hattendorf 17 11030 

Frank D. Powles et al 18 1070 

Do 19 1160 

Do A 16740 

RENSELEAR JOHONNOTTS 
ADDN. 

BLOCK 1 

Samuel Rles 1 

Do 2 

Mr. Skiff 3 
Albert & Sabra Shepherd 4 

Mrs. Albert Shepherd 5 

Earl H. & Leila Skiff 

William *Rosing 7 

Robert Runyard 8 
Walte I. & Georgia Dibble 9 



7980 
6270 
760 
760 
760 
760 
830 
760 
830 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
830 

830 
830 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
760 
5440 
830 
890 
830 
760 
760 
830 
830 

6940 
1030 
1030 
7630 
1030 
1030 



Do 
Do 

Emil J. Kubs 
Do 

Wm. A. Rosing 

BLOCK 2 

Oscar Hage 

Robert T. Wilton 
Do 

Rudy Eckert all lot 4 St E 
10 ft lot 5 

Samuel Rles (ex E 10 ft) 
Do 

Joseph Pachay 
Do 

Frank Oglesby 

Mrs. Lena M. Kuhaupt 
Do 

Mrs. N. C. Jensen 
Do E 25 ft 

Robert Taubitz (ex E 25 
ft) 
Do 

Miss Lillie Mae Fiddler 

Joe Puchulis com at NE 
cor lot 16 th W on N In 
104.2 ft th SEly 118 ft to 
a pt on S In 74.2 ft W of 
SE cor th E alg S In to 
SE cor th N alg E In to 
POB E pt 

Standard Oil Co. (ex com 
at NE cor lot 16 th W on 
N In 104.2 ft th SEly 118 
ft to a pt on S In 74.2 ft 
W of SE cor th E alg S 
In to SE cor th N alg E 
In to POB) W pt 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

1 

2 
3 



5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

13 
14 
15 



5990 
1230 
4980 

690 
6870 
5230 
2840 
4980 

690 
6590 
1100 

690 
4980 

690 

7460 

5630 

690 

8850 
550 
690 

5670 
690 

4980 
690 

6050 

4980 
340 

340 
6880 
5160 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

1 

2 

3 

A 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



26510 
4370 
1070 
1160 
1220 
980 

1220 
980 
890 

1100 



5560 

140 
010 
7170 
8090 
7090 
4130 
7150 
7150 
41^0 
8740 
6190 



690 

140 

6120 



1310 



13 
14 

14 
15 

15 



170 
1030 

6870 
410 

8800 
7100 

1030 
580 



16 8670 



Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
LeRoy Madden 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Walter J. Reczek 
Crown Realty Co, 
Robert & Pat Polka 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Richard Glaum 
Crown Realty Co. 
Victor Oswald 
Michael Ribic 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
20 
30 
31 
32 



16 16090 



RESVB. OF BLK. 7 OAKWOOD 
KNOLLS UNIT 1 

BLOCK 7 



4950 
1030 
1030 
1030 

830 
830 

6880 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
830 
890 
800 
760 
760 
890 
830 
830 

6190 
600 
690 
690 



Crown Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Frank Wais 
Harry Brehen 
Walter Skonning 
Irwin Scheer 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Clement Muresan 
Crown Realty Co. 
Ben D'Abaldo 
Crown Realty Co. 

Do 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



1380 
1380 
1380 
1380 
7710 
7710 
7710 
7710 
1380 
1380 
1380 
1380 
9970 
1380 
1380 



BLOCK 3 
Chicago Ink St Research 
George H. Palaske 
Wm. E. Brook Tr. 
Chicago Ink St Research 
Wm. E. Brook Tr. 

Do 

• BLOCK 4 
Wm. E. Brook Tr. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

SIMON'S ADD*N. 
Irving St Jane Breakstone 

Wly 58 ft 
Betty St Chris Mortensen 

(ex Wly 08 ft) 
Ida Osmond 
Ida M. Osmond 

Do 
Mrs. L. H. Felter 
Earl Arthur 
Floyd W. Horton 
Simon Simonson 
Eleanor S. Rogers 
Mayme A. Hunt 
Hans Johnson 

S. M. SPAFFORD'S ADD*N. 
Earnest Glenn S 50 ft lots 

A St E 
Morris St Ruth Pickus (ex 

S 10 ft) 
Hester Garland (ex W 3% 

ft) 
Fred B. Swanson (ex S 65 

ft) W3% ft lot 1 St (ex 

5 65 ft) lot 2 
Fred St Stella Stahmer S 

65 ft W 3% ft lot 1 St S 

65 ft lot 2 
Ben Burke 
Lillian Quilty 
Ted Poulos 
Anthony M. Fredricks lot 

6 Si S 10 ft W 160.6 it 
lot F 

Joseph E. Horton alley W 

of lot 21 St S 10 ft lot F 

-N St adj alley all lot 

C St all lots 7 & 8 
Robert MOrtenson 
Roger J. Gilday 
Ernest Glenn 

Do N 20 ft lot 12 St S 40 

ft lot 13 
Theresa Lewis N 20 ft lot 

13 St all lot 14 
Mrs. Julia Palaske E 75 ft 15 
Frank Willett Jr. W 75 ft 15 
Harold Fillweber lot 16 St 

strip W St adj 16 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Lena Message lot 19 & S 

10 ft lot B & S 10 ft 

lot F in front of lot 19 

Do lot 20 & S 10 ft lot 

F in front lot 20 
J. DeBoer lot 21 & S 10 ft 

lot F in front of lot 21 
SUBDN. OF LOT 141 St 142 
COUNTY CLERKS SUBDN. 
A. H. Kaufman 2 10930 

Olive Keulman, c/o Helen 

Borovicka , 
Charles G Holmes 
A. B. Johnson 
Roman B. Vos 
Anthony J. Scully 

Do 



of SE cor thof 

Charles R. Thome ■' 

Edmond R, Strang 

Mrs. John Hall 

Qmmtgjto Dibble 
mo ■--•; ; "-v 

Louise Walter lot 35 

: W% lot 36 t 
Do (ex E%) lot V 

John Blackman, EVt 

John Blackman - m 

Arthur Laursen .. 

Ed. Gresens ,§ y \ 

Edward Gresens : 

Mrs. Louise Walter 

John; E. St Louise Walter 
Jr. ' 42 

C. B. Shultls 43 

Edmond R. Strang 44 

. ■.: WILLIAMS BROS, . SUBDN. 

Margaret E. Gaston (ex 
Wly 94 ft St ex E 144 ft 
N 75 ft) ' . 13 

Henry Rentner Wly 94 ft 13 

Margaret Gaston E 144 ft 
N75ft 

Henry Rentner W 162 ft 

Milburn C. Cain (ex W 
162 ft) 

John Tegelman E 160 ft 

Carl Hattendorf (ex E 
160 ft) 
Do (ex N 65 f t E 160 ft) 16 

Donald Gibbs N 65 ft E 
160 ft 

C. R. Keulman S 65 ft E 
160 ft 

William E. Hook (ex S 65 
ft E 160 ft) 17 

Dean E. Williams 18 

Lillian G. Ackerman 10 

Do 20 

I. W. Carey S 129 ft N 195 
ft 21 

Gertrude Durpe N 100 ft 
S 180 ft 21 

John Lippert S 75 ft E 200 
ft 21 

Mrs. John Dupre (ex S 
.129 ft N 195 ft St ex N 
100 ft S 180 ft & ex S 75 
ft E 200 ft & ex N 60 ft 
S 300 ft & ex 171x60 
wide) 

F. J. Pechousek N 60 ft S 
300 ft & strip 171 x 60 
ft wide) 

Lillian G. Ackerman 
EDGAR B. WILLIAMS RESVB. 
BLOCK 1 

John Oftedahl Ely 25 ft 
lot 6 & all lot 7 lot 8 (ex 
pt convd by doc 605637) 
BLOCK 2 
Pickard Inc. (ex S 50 ft) 
lot 4 & (ex com on S In 
60 ft W of NE cor lot sd 
sub th W to SW cor lot 
5 th N on W In 50 ft th 
SEly to POB) lot 5 all 
lots 6 St 7 St com at NE 
cor lot 8 th SWly alg SE- 
ly In 72.36 ft th Nly 50.4 
ft to pt in N In 60 ft W 
of NE cor th E 60 it to 
FOB, lot 8 & A 

WDLTON'S SUBDN. 

Russell St Judy Stowe (ex 

S 19 ft) 
J. E. Brooks Ex S 119 ft 

Do 
Mrs. Ruth Lutterman 
Georgia Dibble 
Mabel Brogan 
John Yucus 
Arthur Trleger 

. WINSOR PARK 
Raymond 8c Pauline Bruhn 1 



iNante.s 

Bennett, Kenneth 
Berg, --Robert -H. 
Berkt\ Dr. A.\N. 
Berke, Dr. B, H 
Berch, J Dorothy 1 ; 
Bibko wski, ^Stanley_;£ 
Biroh, Wilfred ■*;-:; i I 
Bishopberger, Tony 
Blackman, John 
Bbgaertsr Leopold A. 
Bolton, Robert ^ 
Borchardt, Harold W. 
Borovicha, George 
Borovicka, George 
Bo wn, Helen S. 
Boyd, Bessie W. 
Boyd, Mary A, 
Brehen, Harry J, 
Brehen, Harry J. 
Brockert, Donald R. 
Brodle, James . _^ ~- i= 
Brogan, H. J. 
Brogan Mabel 
Brook, Ej Elmer 
Brook,, James E, . 
Brown, Harrison ■> 
Brown, Walter K. 
Bruhn, Raymond B. 
Bucar, Dr. Albert 
Burdick, Lauris R. 
Burdlck, Roy -E. ^ ' - 
Burian, Aug. J. 
Burke, Olive 
Burnette, Richard O. 
Burnette, Sheridan E. 
Burnette, Virgil C. 
Bushmole; Wilbert J. 
Cable, Edna L. 
Cain, Wilburn C. 
Camp, Ernest D. *"' 
Campbell, John 
Cardiff, Harold E., Sr. 
Cardiff, Harold, Jr. 
Cardeff, Harold E. 
Carey, Irving W. , 
Carey, Irving W. 
Carlucci, Dr. Richard 



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17 20210 



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860 

12130 

9570 

7260 



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500 

3010 

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3130 

J310 

1390 

380 

380 

: 460 

i860 

600 

12500 

2380 

310 

880 

500 

1140 

4140 

350 

^1500 

410 

£310 

960 

830 

. 890 

800 

380 

880 

500 

660 

310 

600 

310 

390 

430 

390 

310 

730 

330 

1080 

830 

880 

4060 

5810 

580 

1030 



Carlucci, Richard St B. H. Berke 2130 



21 1100 



21 
22 



6470 
1030 



1650 



3 

4 




9 
10 
11 



280 
6540 
6190 
2440 



6320 



12380 
7290 
6610 
9360 

2620 

5360 

6330 

280 

4800 

6390 

340 



340 

340 

5220 



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1 
1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 



14240 



8600 

390 

10300 

11000 

7800 

,9970 

7770 

8730 



3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 



9770 
8390 
6950 
8050 
7840 
1060 



Bruno Munzardo 2 

Raymond Wetzel 3 

Raymond Toft 4 

Robert E. Gaston 5 

Dr. James W. Kopriva 6 

E. Runnfeldt 7 
Marvin St Shirley Toepper 8 

Homer La Plant 9 

William Lemke 10 

Do 11 

Carrol P. Tossey 12 

Do 13 

Dr. A N. Berke 14 

Robert C. Jensen (ex W 

111 ft) 15 

Carl Hattendorf W 111 ft 15 

Kline F. Deitrick 16 



14240 
14960 
13340 
10460 

830 

16090 

20490 

9490 

830 
14100 

830 
21590 

890 
1170 

24820 
14370 
12240 



RESUB FTS BLKS 1 & 11 
OAKWOOD KNOLLS UNIT 1 

BLOCK 1 



Crown Realty Co. . 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Rudolph Arellano 
"Crown Realty Co. 

Do 
Sigmund Glosneak 
Crown Realty Co. 



59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
87 



690 
960 
960 
980 
960 
960 
960 
7290 
960 



CIIAS. R. THORN'S SUBDN. 

Mrs. Delia Mathews 1 5200 

L. CRoss 4 7100 

Albert Barnstable 5 4590 

George H. Palaske 6 5390 

Do 7 920 

Leslie & Nellie Hanke 8 440 

Do 9 4740 

Lenard Fischer 10 6440 

T. M. Palaske o. 11 7980 

Do 12 660 

Do 13 440 

Do 14 7080 

Clarence E. Cunningham 

(ex S 10 ft) 15 2540 
Clarence Cunningham S 

10 ft lot 15 St all lot 16 5360 

Do 17 440 

Laddie Masek 18 6380 

S. Boyer Nelson 19 660 

Do 20 6330 

Do 21 5570 

Do 22 8260 

Francis Lux 23 6190 



VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH 
1958 PERSONAL PROPERTY 

Name Ass'd Val. 

Abt, Jean L. 310 

Active Specialty Co. 10640 

Adams, E. A. 310 

Albano, Louis George 

Albert, Walter G. 

Allison, John R. 

Allner, Wilda J. 

Anderson, Carl 

Anderson, Mrs. Charles K. 

Anderson, Edwin G. 

Anderson, Donald W. 

Anderson, Ethel 

Anderson, Henry A. 

Antioch Lumber St Coal Co. 

Antioch Milling Co. 

Antioch Sheet Metal Inc. 

Antonello, Fred 

Apostal, Henry A. 

Appleby. Frank J. 

Arsich, Edith 

Arthur, Earl 

Atlantic 5c Pacific Tea Co. 

At wood, James M. 

At wood, Richard 

Automatic Dairies 

Avery, Paul R., Jr. 

Bacon, Mrs. Geo. L. 

Badger Ice Cream Co. 

Baethke. Elmer 

Baethke, Elmer A. 

Baethke, Raymond W. 

Baethke, Walter 

Baker, Bob 

Balistrcri, Phyllis 

Barnstable, Mrs. Albert 

Barnstable & Brogan 

Barnstable, Russell E. 

Barhstable, Vcrn 

Barrett, Charlie H. 

Barrett, Charles Nathan 

Barski, Harold F. 

Bartlett, Geo. W. 

Bazur, Alex 

Behles, Joseph W. 

Bennett, Corwin L. 



640 
310 
430 
500 

1480 
440 
400 

1940 

500 

310 

29910 

10350 

5380 
380 
380 

2140 
310 
630 
25000 
310 
380 
940 

3130 
550 
310 
630 
500 
1940 
810 
700 
330 
310 
5000 
660 
450 
350 
400 
500 
380 
390 
310 



Carlucci, Thomas A. 
Carney, Edward G. 
Carpenter, Lawrence Jr. 
Cary, Robert J. 
Catardi, Elsie C. 
Ceremugar, Frank 
Cermak, Charles, Jr. 
Cermak, Charles Jr. 
Chandler, Robert F. 
Chopp, Fred G. 
Cheetham, James V. 
China. Lester F. 
Christensen, John 
Clark, Arland 

Clarke, Geo. R. & Gladys L. 
Clayton, Wm; 
Clemens, Emerson H. 
Clow, Charles K. 
Coddington, Mrs. Jane 
Conrad, Harry William Jr. 
Cory, Henry T.' 
Costello, Jacques E. 
Cosgrove, Joseph L., Jr. 
Cosgrove, Jos. L. Sr. 
Costof f, Theodore & Robert 
Cramer, Donald 
Cramer, Harry 
Crawford, Earle T. 
Cribb, Harlo F. St Edith 

Cross, Robert D. 

Cunningham, Clarence 

Cunningham, Donald 

Cunningham, Murrill 

Curnes, Walker H. 

Cushing, Leo 

D-X SunRay Oil Co. 

D'Abaldo, Ben 

Dalgaard. Bruce 

Dalziel, Arthur L. 

Damaby, Mrs. Walter S. 

Davis, Floyd Jr. 

Davis, Floyd A., Sr. 

DeBoer, Gordon A. 

Deering, Mrs. Eva V. 

Dees, Hayden 

Deitrick, K. F. 

DeKant, Mrs. Edward J. 

Delaney, Walter St Marie E. 

DeMar, Adelaide 

Dewes, Thomas 

DeVore, Howard A. 

Dibble, Frank M. 

Dibble. Walter 

Diemer, Eugene 

Doll, James Otto 

Dotson. Elllis E, 

Doty. Carl B. 

Dow, William 

Dowling. Frank W. 

Drije Chevrolet, Inc. 

Drolet, Ambrose G. 

Drom, Nelson P. 

Druse, Delbert 

Dunning, Jack B. 

Dupre, John L, 

Dupre, John L. 

Earnest, Huel 

Ebegsher, William 

Eberman, E. E. 

Eckert, Paul\ 

Eckert, Rudy^ 

Eckert. Rudy 

Eddy, Harold 

Edwards, Elmer 

Effinger, John E. 

Ehnert, Emil R. 

Ellicott, Ruth 

Ellis, Harold 

Eudean, Richard D. 

Enis, Vincent 

Ennis, Oscar A. 

Ensign, Chas. S. 

Erhnert, Emil 

Erickson, Richard S. 

Ernst, Wm. 

Estclle, Jerry & Jean 

Ettcn, Bert 

Farnsworth, Kathrine 

Fearon, Wm. J. 

Feiler, Frank 

Felter, Clara B. 

Ferris, Drucilla 

Feyerabend, Inc. 

Fields, Mrs. Antomeite 

Fields, John B. 

Fields, Ralph W. 

Fillweber, Harold E. 

Fischer, Donald L. 

Fischer, Leonard 

Flebber, A. 

Flint, Billie Joe 

Folbrich, Richard 

Fortmann, Arthur P. 
Francisco, Donald E., Jr. 

Frank, Kenneth 
Franks, Alvie 
Franks, Earnic T. 
Frazier, Edward J. 
Gaa, Donald A. 
Gable, Lillian E. 
Gatlus, Joseph & Anna 
Galati, Paul & Kathryn 
Gallwitzer, Elsie M. 
Garland, Mrs. George 
Garrison, Floyd E. 
Garver, Walter D, 
Gaston, Howard K. 
Gaston, Howard K. 
Gaston, Margaret E. 
Gaston, Robert E. & June 
Gaston, Robert 8c Margaret 
Gaylord, Mrs. Eva 



1130 Gehrls, Harvey N. St Shirley 



860 

500 

310 

540 

350 

310 

630 

380 

310 

390 

380 
1140 

360 

380 

990 

330 

310 

580 

610 

890 

740 

380 
1990 

310 
5310 

44Q 

310 

310 

740 

500 

310 

560 

804O 
640 
310 

1380 
650 
S30 

1140 
380 
310 
350 

440 
800 

430 

880 

440 

510 

310 

1250 

440 

310 

310 

380 
600 
590 

1630 

450 

3350 

8530 
660 
310 
380 
430 
380 

1260 
700 
310 
940 
310 

3250 
380 
310 
890 
450 
450 
310 
310 
660 
630 
310 
310 
310 

1930 
310 
380 
380 
310 
310 
590 
310 
310 

4190 
460 
580 
590 
650 
660 
400 
310 
430 
560 
930 
650 
310 
350 
450 
800 
560 
310 
590 
510 
430 
730 
390 
380 
1940 
1030 
450 
380 
6500 
310 
310 



. Ao'dlYai 
GerberY Wm. ; ; 1060 

Gerglts, Rudy 310 

Gibbs, Donald E; , 3000 

Gibbs, iDonaW'E' 1840. 

Gibbs, Earle R. ' 830 

Gibbs, Earl St Ray Jenas en 8000 
Gibson, Carl R, 840 

Gilday, Roger J. St Claire 1040 
Glndler, Richard R. ^310 

Glaum, Richard .410 

Glenn, Ernest H. 3140 

Glosniak, S, 310 

Goewey, Wm, 740 

Golden, Michael 380 

Good, George E, 450 

Gover, Sidney j -2440 

Grady, John E. •8c Mgry Ann 310 
Gray, William R, 460 

Greenlee, Harry E, 660 

Gresens, Edward 1200 ' 

Gresens, Ralph E. 860 

Gresens, Ralph E. 1010 

Griffin, Robert : 760 

Griffin, Thomas ..M. 1840 

Gruner, OttoR. 310 

Gruner, Richard 2130 

Gussarson,! Hugo. -R., , 390 

Gutowski, Bernard Jr. 530 

Gutowski, Joseph 590 

Haak, Onno 1360 

Hagen, Oscar L ' € 440 

Haine, Marguerite T. 310 

Hall was, Emil F. 800 

Hallwas, Olive H. 310 

Hamblin, Barbara 430 

Hansen, Adolph C. . 380 

Hauke, Leslie A. > 660 

Hauke, Otto & Florence 1180 

Hansen, Andrew . 310. 

Hansen, Edith. O. ' 310 

Hanson, Donald ■ 450 

Harden, Calvin F. , . . 1390 

HarrisOn, John J., Jr. 800 

Hart, Donald Ray 690 

Hartman, Roy G, St Philip I. ; 

Stabl 2650 

Harvey, Samuel J. '740 

Hattendorf, Carl \H. 580 

Hattendorf, Wm. P. 830 

Hausen, Glen St Eleanor 310 

Hawkins, Arthur M. 310 

Hawkins, Fred 800 

Hawkins, Hazel f 1050 

Hawkinson, Dr. Harlan W. 690 

Hays, Dr. Earl J. 500 

Heath, Clarence L. 1140 

Hedlund, Clifford E. 310 

Hedluhd, Clifford H. 460 

Helden, Reinhart F. 310 

Heinzelman, Evelyn C. 1000 

Henning, Walter T. 800 

Hcnnings, Mrs. Sophia 710 

Herman, James H. 10.10 

Hertle, G. 310 

Hess, Robert 810 

Hester, Dewey L. 310 

Hetzel, Louise 310 

Hills, Donald E. 340 

Hoffman. Richard E. 400 

Holbek, Herman 4060 

Holbek, Herman 590 

Holt, William J. 660 

Holtz, Russell G. 1500 

Holtz, Russell G. 
Hood, Rev. Edmond 
Hook, William. E. 
Hooks tra, Charles 
Horan, John L. 
Horan, John W. 
Horton, Earl 
Horton, Floyd W. 
Horton, James C. 
Horton, John V. 
Horton, Jos. E. 
Horton, Louis A. 
Horton, Raymond 
Horton, Robert E. 
Horton, William W. 
Houghton, Bethsebe Lou 
Huebner, Robert 
Hunt, Mrs. Frank J. 
Hunt, Robert 
Hunter, Elmer 
International Business Mach. 

Co. 
Ingmond, Wm. 
Innes, Joseph W. 
Irving, John D. 
Irving, McAlister 
Jacobs, Edward 
Jacques Beauty Shop 
Jefferson Ice Co. 
Jensen, Dr. G. W. 
Jensen, Joan Yvonne 
Jensen, Margrethe St Ella 
Jensen, J. D. 

Jensen, Ralph St Joan A. 
Jensen, Robert C. 
Jensen, Robert C. 
Jeske, Harold R. 
Jewel Tea Co., Inc. 
Johannsen, Einar 
John, Orville J. 
Johnson, Bell B. St Florence 
Johnson, Rev. Francis L. 
Johnson, Frank C. 
Johnson, Hans 
Johnson, James E. 
Jonas, Irving 
Jones, Tracy M. 
Jorgenscn, Richard D. 
Jost, Meta C v 
Kairys, Anton 
Kaminski, Edw. L. 
Kamtz, Eugene 
Kanonski, Clarence J. 
Kanti, Bugani 
Kantos, Nick & Pauline 
Karr, Norman J. St Margaret 
Karsten, Rudolph O. 
Kaufman, Adolph H. 
Keeler, Robert W. 
Keisler, Elmer 
Keisler, Leo 
Kellogg, George E, 
Kelly, Frank 
Kelly, Patrick J. 
Kennedy, Mrs. Dorothy 
Kennedy, Frank E„ Jr. 
Kennedy. Frank E„ Sr. 
Kennedy, Geo. D. 
Keulman, Aretos 
Keulman, Charles B. 
Keulman, Charles B. 
Keulman, Wm. Jr. 
Kiehl, Ward & Ida 
Kiley, Patrick 
King, Richard B. St Leelia 

Bartosik 310 

Kinrade, Ralph D. 500 

Kirchmeyer, Kenneth . 650 

Kishkunas, Geo. E. 440 

Knickelbein, Edward A. 1950 

Koberstine, Jack B. ' 2250 

Koenig, Arnold 310 

Kohn, Robert F. 310 

Konkcl, Donald 310 

Koppen, Louis W. , 1410 

Kopriva, Dr. James W. 1030 

Kopriva, Dr. James W. St 

Alan Thain 1250 

Kosick, Arnold A, & Bertha 680 
Kravetz, Sadie - Regal China 

Co. 12200 

Kubs, Emil J. 390 

Kufalk, Clarence E. 660 

Kufalk, Roy I. 1480 

Kuhaupt, Mrs. Lena 310 

Kuiper, John T. 460 

Kumpfer, Albert- Jr. 440 

Lahti, Wilbert V. 5490 



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860 
540 
990 
390 
460 
310 

1150 
380 

1140 
630 
390 
410 

6540 
430 
440 
310 
390 
380 

3780 
310 
580 
550 
390 
1140 
690 
1660 
610 
310 
310 
310 
340 
1940 
940 
680 
37110 
440 
350 
660 
1100 
560 
460 
1210 
550 
310 
830 
830 
590 
380 
310 
310 
310 
410 
680 
510 
410 
310 
580 
590 
740 
1480 
380 
310 
450 
740 
1110 
530 
5810 
1650 
690 
310 
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Pfcahti/Wilbert V. 
Lampeith, Joseph 
Landau, Richard .-■."■ 
Larson, diaries E. fie Xna 
Larson, Clarence 
Larson, John -R^ 
Laaco, H, - Lul liver ; 
Laursen , 1 Adolph O. • 
Lauraen, Clifford R, : 
Laursen 8c Blackmail I 
Leatherbur y, Carl B, ; 
Leksich, James 
Lemkc, ; Christine ■ 
Lerhke, William 
Lemke, William (Theatre) 
Leon, Lawrence J. 
■Latkey, f Arthur X 8* Marie 
Lewln, Eileen m 
Lewis; Mrs, Theresa 
Libigs, Alexandra ' 
Liess, Mrs, Robert O. . 
Lind, Lester C^ --?';- 
Lindemann, Walter C, 
Under, Harry 8c Capitol a 
Lindom, Arnold 
•Link, Chester B. 
Lippert, John &'-' 
Litchfield, Hubert 
Livingston, Ben i 1 
- Lofttis, Carol A. 
Lornbardo, Sam A. 
La Russo, Joseph fi* Donald 

Kennedy e . i ■ ■ . 

Loyd, Edward^ 
Loyd, George : 
Loyd, John Harry 
Lubkeman, Arthur C. 
Lubkeman.' Erich 
Ludford, William H. 
Ludwig, Rajdo Dennis 
Luedtke, Russell K. 8c Phyllis 
Luketin, M. H. 
Lutterman, Dr. E, J. 
Lux, Francis S. 
Lyons, Walter P. 8e Larry 

Ryan - 7920 

Mac Kinnon, Allen G. 8c Edith 310 

Madden, Dr. Leonard V. 790 

Madden, Leroy Sr. 500 

Mair, Clarence W. 310 

Makowitz, Theresa 380 

Mallory, G, M. 13750 

Mann, Robert E, 3750 

Mantes, Cons tan tinas 310 

Manzardo, Bruno 3810 

Manzardo, Bruno 440 

Maplethorpe, Chas. P. 390 

Maplethorpe, James . 630 

Maplethorpe, James 380 

Marke, Harold T„ Sr. 2830 

Martin, Edward 8c Geo. 2630 

Martin, William 380 

Masek, Laddie T. 380 

Masek. Laddie T. 800 

Mashek, Mrs. Agnes 310 

Masopust, Geo. D. 8c Jean 350 

Mathews, Mrs. Delia 310 

Matteoni, Peter J. 810 

Matteoni, Peter D. 500 

Matusek, Joseph J. 330 

May, Curtis 310 
May, Fred A. 8c Marguerite 580 

McBray, Hugh 1200 

McDonald, Agnes L. 330 

McDowell, James 390 

McMillen, James W. 3490 

McMillen, James W. 630 

McNichols, Stephen 310 

Meierdirk, Arthur R., Jr. 310 

Meierdirk, Elmer W. 1000 

Message, John H. 400 

Messersmith, Donald 830 

Meyer, Arthur W. 2000 

Meyer, Arthur W. 800 

Micheli. Eleanor 310 

Miller, Benjamin F. 310 

Miller, Catherine 310 

Miller. Chas. & Virginia 400 

Miller. Geo. R. 310 

Miller, Harry F. 590 

Miller, Harvey G. 490 

Miller, Monte I. 1000 

Miller, William L, 590 

Mills, Bobby 400 

Miskanis, Harry R. 530 

Moeller, Elmer 540 
Molgard, Hans G. 8c Dolorous, 500 

Monflnn, Wm. F. 800 
Moorman. Thomas & -Margaret 380 

Moran, Charles ■ 740 

Moran, Thomas J, 41U 

Morgan, Robert L. 310 

Morrill, Robert A. " 380 

Mortensen, Chris 940 

Mortensen, Kenneth 440 

Mortensen, Robert E. 390 

Moscinski, & Kuffle 310 

Munsingor, Bcnj. C. 440 

Muriesan, Clint 310 

Murrie, Mrs. Cora A. 310 

Murrie, L. E. 690 

Musch, William T. ' 440 

Nadr, Carl 450 

Nakowitz, Theresa 600 

Nebel, Wm. A. 8c Mavis 430 

Nelson. Alvin 690 

Nelson, Mrs. Effie 3J0 

Nelson. Harold S. 350 

Nelson, Lester 490 

Nelson, Markham 310 

Nelson, Myrus J. 560 

Nelson, Roy Werner * 560 

Nelson, S. Boyer 440 

Nelson, S. B. 8c Vera 440 

Nelson, Wendell 8c Doris 630 

Ness. Dr. C. D. 900 

New, William E. 560 

Neyrinck, Joseph A. 560 

Nielsen, Niels 940 

Nilsson, Nils W. 310 

Nisson. David H. 510 
Norman. Albert E, 8c Carrie 410 

Nugent, Donald J. 380 

Nuyttens. Mrs. E. 880 

Oftedahl, Everett 380 

Oftedahl, Everett J. 1630 
Oglesby, Frank & Marjorie 450 

O'Hara. James 310 

Ohlund. Theodore 390 

Olsen, Harold A. 513(1 

Olsen, Lawrence R. 4050 

Olson, R. S. 8c J. • 9480 
Olszewski, Edward & Arlene 430 

Osmond, Bernard 810 

Osmond, Joanne G. 430 

Osmond, Lester J.. Sr. 800 

Owens, William H. 460 

Ozga, Theo. M. 910 

Pachay, Carl 310 

Pacini, Mrs. Josephine 310 

Pacini, Stephen 750 

Pagel, EIroy O. 310, 

Palaske, George 1540 

Pataslte, Mrs. Julia 310 
Palaske, Theodore 8c Evelyn 810 

Palinski, Edward, 500 

Pape. Earl C. 1010 

Paszkiewecz, Ora fie Betty 310 

Patrovsky, Joseph F. 11930 

Patrovsky, Joseph F. 1380 
Patrovsky, Jos. F. fie Helen 1410 

Patravsky, Joseph J. 1380 

Paul, John L. & Maranna 630 
Pauly, Edward O. fie Marion 560 
Pawlowski, Lawrence R., Sr. 660 

Pechousek, Mrs. Frank 310 

Pechousek, Thomas 4130 

•Pechulis, Joe 1180 

Pedersen, Albert E. 1440 

Pedersen, Mary L. 380 



[Name'^l 

Peiry, Paul fie Beatrice 
Petersen, Einar fit Leona 
Peterson, Fred W. it Mary 
Petty,^ir.3C. fie LilUe M. 
Phillips Petroleum Co. 
Pickard, Incorporated 
Pickus, Morris L. 
Pickus, iMorris L. 
Pirson, Harriette J. ! 
Pitman, Earl iC. i u 
Place, iLe wis Nelson 
Ploetz, Walter >C. 
Plot*, Wernie H. 
Policy, Warren P. : 
Polsgrove, [Rowland W. 
Poulos, Peter & Joanne 
Poulos, Ted , 

Poulos, Thomas 
Powles, Charlene G, 
Powles, i Frank^D, m 
Powles, Frank D . ! 
Powles, ! Laurel D, 
Pratt, Edgar R„ Jr. . 
Prodam, Paul k 

P tack, George E. 
Pullen, Fred fit- Wilnora 
Pullen, Harold H, 
Putnam! Daniel 
Quedenf eld, Jimmy 
Quilty, Mary Ann 
Quilty, Jerome E. 
Radakovic, Dan \! -: 
Radtke, M. H, U 
Radtke,. M. H. 



AMUVal.i Nimo ^ "%, d. 

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Radtke, Richard Hrfit Louise- 800 



Radtke. William R. 1 410 

Rambow, Alfred Carl 310 

Reckers. Preston J.. Jr. 310 

Redman, Herbert E. 1 830 

Reeves, Wesley Jr. 310 

Reeves, Wesley 700 

Reisser, Carl F. fie Bernice 690 

Rendell, Russell V. 2440 

Rentner, Elmer 1000 

Rentner, Henry • 310 

Rentner, Henry 010 

Richards, Daisy M. 010 

Ries, Samuel H, 530 

Ring, Ethel J. 690 

Risch, Emil 380 

Roach, John J. 330 
Robinson, T. G., Jr. fie Shirley 

Larson 430 

Robiin, Emma K. 310 

Roblin. Leonard 2800 

Robiin, Leonard 8c Lenora 380 
Rockow, Eugene H. fie Elaine 790 

Rockow, Jerry 660 

Rockow, Norman 150 

Roegner, Bernard H. 740 

Rogers, Mrs. Lisle 310 

Romanski, John S. 630 

Rosenthal, Fred 310 

Rosing, Ben L. 500 

Rosing, Wm. A. 1200 

Rueter, Fred . 310 

Runnfeldt, Edwin T. 2160 

Runyard, Robert Sr. 310 

Runyard, Vernon 310 

St. Cyr, Harvey H. 1380 

Sargent, Marvin W. 690 

Savage, Rev. Joseph 600 

Scaning, Walter 310 

Schaefer. Louis N. 310 

Scheer, Dr. Irvin J. 330 

Schiesser, Carl L. 1090 

Schmidt, Michael 310 

Schroeder, Ernest F. 310 

SconiAg. Walter 310 

Scott, Walter I. 430 

Scully, Anthony J. 4ft0 

Scully, James J. ' 580 

Sebastian. Lillian W. 310 

Seeman, William H. 430 

Seitz, Charles 380 

Setek, William Sr. 310 

Sexauer, Loren D. 690 

Seyforth, Richard 880 

Sheehan, Ruth V. 8,00 

Shell Oil Company 1440 

Shepherd. Albert 310 

Shepard, Hanaford E. 950 

Sherlin. Edward H. 830 

Shultis. Clarence B. 410 

Shultis, Mrs. Rolla 310 

Sievers, Henry 310 

Simonsen, Edgar S. 430 

Simonsen. Mrs. Simon 38Q 

Sinclair Refining Co. 4640 

Skiff, Celia N. 310 

Small, Raymond F. 380 

Smith, Albert A. * 730 

Smith, Alice E. 310 

Smith, F. Walter 810 

Smith, Fred W. 490 

Smith, Jerry Duane 350 

Smith. Vera L. / 530 

Smouse. Kenneth W. 410 

Sobey, Jack 3390 
Sommerville, Mary M. , 310 

Soncer, June Rosanna 310 

Sonnenberg, John 560 

Sorensen, Edward 540 

Sorensen, Edward 1940 

Spanggard, Frank C, 500 

Spanggard, Marion 310 

Stacho, Joseph 310 

Stahmer, Fred L. 740 

Standard Oil Co. 4020 

Stanich. Anton M. 7630 

Stanich. Anton M. 880 

Stanich, Edward G. 890 
Stearns, Mrs. James VJJ8Q 

Stefanski. Basil 660 

Steffenberg, Lars 540 

Steinil, Wm. C. 310 

Sterbenz, Jos. W., Jr. 530 
Stewart, James'fie Mayme R, 330 

Stillson, Melvin M. 880 

Stillwell, George 850 
Stocchi, Joseph ■ .310 

Stoffels. John 750 

Story, Ellis J. 670 

Stott, Lillian G. 380 
Stowe, Donald F:, fie Lillian 310 

Stowe, Mrs. Myrtle 310 

Stowe. Russell fie Judy 1080 

Strahan. W ,L. 2140 

Straka, Jos. F. 310 

Strang, Edmond R. 310 

Strang, Edmond R. 2990 

Strang, Leland G. 380 
Strang, Robert D. fie Marian 390 

Strathdee, C. 380 

Straus, Lowell 380 

Stromwall, Esther E. 5Q0 

Stroner, Richard J. 310 
Stryjewski, Ronald J. fie Jennie 350 

Studebaker, Wendell G. 430 

Studinski. Erven 310 

Sturm, Herbert J. 440 
Sullivan. Trobie R. 8c Sylvia 550 

Swanson, Arthur 390 

Swanson, Mrs. Alma V. 310 

Swanson, Fred B. 490 

Swanson, Fred B. 1630 
Szymanski, Stanley fie Regina 560 

Taubitz. Robert 530 

Taubitz, Rudolph 310 

Taylor, Rohert E. - 3640 
Taylor, Robert E. fie Raymond 

Baidtke 1690 

Teckert, Fred A., Jr. 560 

Teckert, August, Jr. 310 

Tegelman, John C. 540 

Thayer, Lawrence E. 490 

Thiele, Emanuel J. 500 

Thompson, Parnell & Effie 330 

Thompson, Ralph 2640 

Tinker, Charles K. 350 

Tobieski, Hillard J. 3580 

Toepper, Marvin C 800 



illlson, tTroy W; 
Topercer, Mra. Mary 
Tossey, X>r. d SV 
Trernari; r Altaertr 
Trenan , Albert m 
Troutman, Mrs B. 
Turner/Dorothy 
Van Dyke, /Brooke 
Van :Ho veli ;Dale «J. 
Van Patten; L, R. Sr. . 
Van 'Fatten, Laurel R. 
Van 'Patten, Llewelyn R., Jr. 
Velz, William ^ 
Vendl, Frank fie Elsie 
Verkeat, Mrs. ; Katharine 
Village Pohtiac^Inc. 
Voelz, Harold C. - 
Volbrecltt, Paul ? 

Volling, Gordon A. 
Vos, Edmund : 
Voa, John C. 
Vos, Phillip G. A 
Vos. Roman. B. 
Vos, William R. 8c Ronald S; 
Voskull, Wallace L. 
Wagner, 'George ■ 
Wagner, Harry H. 8c Mar- 
■ caret P. 

Wagner. Rudolph C. 
Wala, Frank 

Waller, Glen \m ^ 

Walsh, John I. 
Ward;~Gerald-W. - 
Waters, James L. 
Webb, Robert J. 
Weeder, Robert fie Catherine 
Wehr, Theresa ■ 
Weimer. Chas. R. * . . , 
Weiss, Joseph R. 
WCstlund, Ernest fie Barbara 
Wetzel, Raymond fie Dorothy 
Whitacre, Richard fie Lucille 
White, Donald L. 
White, Donald L. 
Wickersham, Maurice E. fie 

Sophie 
Wiltett, Frank fie Lorraine 
Williams Dept. Store 
Williams, Dean E. 
Williams, Mrs. Frances 
Williams, H. Roger 
Williams, Harold Robert 
Willowdale Dairy Co. 
Wilson, Eldred F. 
Wilson, Paul A. 
Wilton, Mrs. Gladys . 
Wilton, Robert J. 
Wilton, Robert J. 
Wimbs, Ruble 
Wisniewski, Raymond W. fie 

Mary E. 
Wolber, Purl G. fie Ina Lee 
Wolfinbarger, Mrs. Carl A. 
Worsley, Chas. E. 
Worst, Wm. J. 
Worsky, Charles E. 
Wright, Fred B. 
Yates, Frederick S. 
Young, Harold 
Young, Harold fie Alice B. 
Yucus, W. fie Florence 
Zalatoris, Edward 
Zawistowski, Edward 
Zimmerman, Addie 
Zitkus, Lester R. 
Zuchowski, Leroy 
Aetna Insurance Co. 

J. E. Brook, Agent 
The Aetna Gas. 8c Surety Co. 

J. E. Brook, Agent 
Aetna Insurance Co. 

L. D. Sexauer, Agent 
Agricultural Insurance Co. 

S. B. Nelson, Agent 
The American Insurance Co. 

S. B. Nelson, Agent- 
The Commercial Union Fire 

Ins. Co. of N. Y. - M. E. 

Grice, Agt. 
The Commonwealth Ins. Co. 

Bernard N. Osmond, Agent 
The Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. 

C. J. Cermak, Tr. Agt. 
The Continental Ins. Co. 

J. E. Brooks, Agent 
Equitable Fire. 8c Marine Ins. 

Co., Wm. A. Rosing, Agent 
Fidelity Phoenix Fire Ins. Co. 

W. A. Rosing, Agent 
Fidelity-Phenix Fire Ins. Co. 

S. B. Nelson, Agent 
Firemen's Fund Insur. Co. 

M. E. Grice, Agent 
Firemen's Fund Ins. Co. 

L. D. Sexauer, Agent 
Firemen's Ins. Co. of Newark, 

N. J., S. B. Nelson, Agent 
The Fulton Ins. Co. 

C. J. Cermak, Agent 
Glen Falls Insur. Co. 

E. E. Brook, Agent 
Great American Ins. Co. 

M. E. Grice May, Agent 
The Great American Ins. Co. 

M. E. Grice May, Agent 
The Hanover Insurance Co. 

J. Ernest Brook, Agent 
Hartford Fire Ins. Co. 

L. D. Sexauer, Agent 
Home Fire fit Marine Ins. Co. 

W. A. Rosing, Agent 
The Home Insurance Co. 

L. E. Murrie, Agent 
The Home Insurance Co, 

Bernard N. Osmond, Agent 
Ins. Co. of Nor. America 

L. D. Sexauer, Agent 
The London Assurance 

E. E. Brook, Agent 
Maryland Cas. Co. 

C. T. Cermak, Tr., Agent 
Massachusetts Bonding & Ins. 

Co., C. J. Cermak, Tr., 

Agent 
The Monarch Ins. Co. of Ohio 

S. B. Nelson, Agent 
National Farmers Union Prop. 

fie Ca. Co., D. E. Derderian, 

Agent 
National Fire Ins. Co. of Hart- 
ford, B. E. Osmond, Agent 
National Fire Ins. Co. of Hart- 
ford, L. E. Murrie, Agent 
New York Underwriters Inc. 

Co., J. E. Brook, Agent 
The North River Ins. Co. 

S. B. Nelson, Agent 
The Northern Assurance Co., 

Ltd., C. J. Cermak, Agent 
Northwestern National Ins. Co. 

J. P. Miller, Agent 
The Pennsylvania Fire Ins. 

Co., J. E. Brook, Agent 
The Phoenix Ins. Co. 

E. C. Jacobs, Agent 

Philadelphia Fire fie Marine 
Ins. Co., B. E. Osmond, 
Agent 

Reliance Ins. Co. 
M. E. Grice, Agent 

Springfield Fire fie Marine 
Ins. Co., S. B. Nelson, Agt. 

The Travelers Indemnity Co. 
M. E. Grice, Agent 

The Travelers Indemnity Co. 
John P. Miller, Agent 

Northern 111. Gas Company 

Commonwealth Edison Co. 



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350 

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500 

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310 

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310 

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430 

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310 

440 
690 
310 
660 
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310 
310 



iNama Aij'dVal. 

Firai National Bank of Ah- 
tioch 54130 

State Bank of Antloch 82510 

Illinois Bell Telephone Co r 120020 

Minneapolis St. Paul fit iSte. 
St Marie RR, George Niel- 
sen, ! Jr., Lessee ■ 

Minneapolis St. Paid 8c Ste. 

s St. Marie RR, Sinclair Re 

f fining Co., Lessee 

Minneapolis St. Paul 8c Ste 
St Marie RR, Antloch Fuel 
Co,, Lessee 

Minneapolis St, Paul 8t Ste 
St Marie RR, Antloch Mill- 
ing Co, Lessee ? 



2930 



3030 



030 



3300 



Twp. 46— Range 9 
Section 1 



Name Description Ais'd Val 

Club Zabac, com 1238tt it S 
of NW cor Ett Ett sec S 
992 ft ta high water mark . 
S 49° 45' E alg lake 560 ft 
to cen Broms creek N 10. 
deg 45' E 338,0 ft N 50 deg . 
20' E 271.9 it to cen id nly 
alg rd 259 it N 39 deg 5' W 
868.7 ft to beg pt Ett EMi 



11.30 a 

George Jarosik, com 1235.0 
ft S oCN In sec 1 on W In 
of Eft Eft sd sec S 39 deg 



43380 



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1080 



310 
450 
310 



50' E 054.1 ft N 50 deg 107 

39 ft th S 29 deg 17* W 



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10' E 185 ft S 10 deg 33* 



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Name iAOai«|ptl«n! p ,; Ass'd Val., 
i ceii In \ct private -lane, tfi 
W alg cen In sd lane 150 ft : 
rtbJSl deg£a'iW;{410itf4o 
water's edge, th Ely alg 
ad water's edge 150 ft, th S 
7 deg 52^W ^toiS In, tfi E 
toSEcor th N fo pob) also 

J ex com at pnt on E In 
9103 it 3 ofNE cor iad 

-aec, th N 38?deg 05' W 420. 
&m 4h S 7 deg WiW 323; ! 
ifts/fto (cen -In private ilane*; 

^ithrWklgcen In sd private 
lane 450 lift to pob, til S t 7 
deg 52' SW^410 it! to tN In 
of channel, th W alg N In 
sd channel 200 ft, fi N 7 
deg 52' E 410 ft to Cen In ' ' 
adlane^th E 200 ft tojpiob) . 
also (ex N 20 rda! W ^10 
rda) elso (ex W^204 ft S 
165 ft N 619 ft) also (ex E - : 
200 ft W 404ift |S i453!*«t m 
N 818 it) also (ex ]E 204 
ft W 768 ft S 165 ft N 619 
ft) also (exWMjrdrSllO 
rda) also <ex the S 100 ft 
of thatjrt lyg E of W 1000 " 
ift fie W! of W shore tot; 
Channel Lake. ; S% EMi, mMM 
51.093a ■■*! ! ^ rf 26930 

James D. Watts ,E 264 it W 

1032 ft S 264 ft N. 018 « 3 jf, A 
•E%(il.:a : I.-.-H.! m ;140 

Wm. F. Chase, W WreTs^S 

_J0«*.N20 rds ptlSttEH, 
La 



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490 
10 
480 
780 
930 



270 
90 

2130 
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170 
350 
920 
680 

1290 

1170 

2820 
40 

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210 
520 

3700 

90 

130 

.310 

3120 

440 

30 



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120 

180 

80 

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10 

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800 

1240 

1870 



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310 

440 
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108.5 ft 4h SWly around 
curve having red of 32 ft 
for diat of 64 ft N 34 deg 3' 

W 122 ft th N 30 deg 50* W 
13 ft to pob pt E^ Ett 
.50a 19870 

Jas. W. fie Phyllis McMillan 
E 624 ft fit N of boat chan 
desc 340D33 E% EV* 3.2 a 410 
John W. Popp pt. descd in . 

357D85 2 a ' 280 

Jas. W. McMillan (ex Mor- 
ley's sub fie ex pt descd In 
215D346 fie 147D 392 8c ex 
Grubes land fie land to 
Club Zoback) fie (ex Mor- 
leys New Venice fie ex E 
60 (ft N 200 ft W of Vene- 
tian drive fie S of Beach rd 
fie ex E 824 ft S of RR fie N 
of boat chan 340D33) pt 
Efc Ett, 10.40 a , 1380 

Nello Orsollni (ex doc 450921 
fie also only to easement 
descd in doc 450922) pt SE 
Va sec 1-46-9 daf beg at pt 
located as fols beg at SW 
cor sec 6-46-10 th N 48 deg 
30* W 485 ft (the N 32 deg 
23' W 316.3 ft to pob at an 
iron stake in cen of ihwy 
th S 36 deg 9' W 546.3 ft 
to shore of Lake Catherine 
th NWly alg sd shore Lake 
Catherine fie extended bo 
cen In of Dram creek so 
called as it enters sd Lake 
Catherine the NEly alg cen 
In sd Dram creek to pt 
where same intersects cen - 
In of pub hwy af sd th SEty 
alg cen In sd pub hwy 175 
ft mol to pob in lei, 1.87A 3510 
David L. Lundberg, pt SE% 
sec 1-46-9 daf pob is locat- 
ed as fols beg at SW cor 
Sec 6-46-10 th N 48 deg fie 
30' W 455 ft th N 32 deg 
23* W 346.3 ft to pt in cen 
of ihwy th S 36 deg 9* W25 
ft mol to interscn Sly In 
hwy being pob th continu- • 
ing S 36 deg 9' W to pt 
which is 50 ft measd to 
right angles from Sly In sd 
hwy th NWly on a In 50 
ft at right angles to Sly In 
sd hwy to cen Drom creek 
th Nly alg cen sd Drom 
Creek to Sly In hwy th Ely 
alg Sly In sd hwy to pob 
with easement desc in doc 
450922, .20 acre 1930 

Henry Lubkeman, a tract in 
W510 ft of E% WVfe of frl 
sec lyg N of Sylvan woods 
descd com at a pt in E In 
of sd W 510 ft 809.2 ft W 
fie 433.6 ft S of NE of WM) 
of frl sec th S on sd E In 
109 ft th W pari with N In 
Sylvan woods 150 ft th N 
109 ft th E 150 ft to pob 
420D522 E% W frl %, 3.75a 4130 
Louis Biel (ex Channel Lake 
Shore sub) (pt lake) Wfe 
Wfrl%, 50. a 920 

Ella C. Jirka, 60 ft W fie add 
lot 1 Sylvan Woods sub 
doc 472244 3300 

Louis Biel, 120 ft betw blks 
• 1 fie 2 Channel Lake Shore 
Sub 5360 

Laurence W. Lang, com at 
NE cor NEV4 NWVt S 269.5 
ft W 165 ft th N 99 ft th 
W 165 ft th N 170.5 ft th E 
330 ft to pob pt E 6A N 
40 rds E% W frl %, 1.87a 5430 
Leo Buchta, com at 350.5 ft 
S of NE cor NEy* NWV4 W 
165 ft th S 179 ft th W 165 
ft (th N 359 ft th E 165 ft «h 
S 99 ft th E 165 ft th S 81 
ft to pob pt E 5a N 40 rds 
EM- W frl %, 1.68 a 4060 

Robert Hauldren, com at SE 
cor of NEV* NEY4 NW 
V4 th N 309.5 ft th W 165 
ft th S 179 ft th W 165 ft 
th S 130.5 ft th E 330 ft to 
pob pt E 5a N 40 rds EV& 
W frl %, 1.67 a 3510 

Section Z 
Orlena A. McKinney, NV4 E 

Vi EMs, 39.74 a 5460 

Orlena A. McKinney, N% N 

% W% E%,20. a 2750 

Mrs. Roy Bairstow, N 5.24 
chs S 10.51 chs N% W^ 
EMs, 10. a 1380 

Adrian Rudolph <ex W 280.5 
ft N%) S 10 A Wk W% 
E%,9.a 5780 

Ehner Rudolph, W 280.5 ft 
N% S 10A WV4 govt lot 
2E%, 1. a 9280 

John Hojem, beg on E line 
sec 1916.3 ft S of NE cor SE 
Va th N 38 deg 5' W 429.5 
lit th S 7 deg 52 1 W to S line 
sec th E to E In th N to pob 
(ex pt included in follow- ' 
ing tract beg on S In sec 
1188 ft E of SW cor of sd 
% sec th N 16 deg E 413.8 
ft th N 88 deg E 800 ft th' 
S 53 deg E to S In sec th 
W to pob) also (ex pt cov- 
ered by water of Channel 
Lake) 445D395, 3. a 16780 

Fred Runyard, (ex com 
1916.3 ft S of NE cor sd 
sec, th N 38 deg 5' W 429.05 
f t th S 7 deg 52' W 325 ft to 



Paul T. Chase, S 100 ft of th 
pt lyg E of W 1000 ft fie W 
of W shore . of Channel 
Lake Stt E% 

Stanley V. Zurawski, W 264 
ft S 165 ft N 619 ft S% 

B ^» h a - , „ 

Swen Hedman, W 18 rds N 

10 rds S% EVi, l.a 
Francis W. Happ, com at pt 
on E In 1916.3 ft S from 
NE cor sec th N 38 deg 05* 
W 429.5 f t th S 7 deg 52' W 
325 ft to pob of this desc 
,thSrdeg52' W 410 ft to 
water's edge th Wly alg 
waters edge of lake to pt 
wfh is 150 fit- (meas at RA) 
to last ment'd In th N 7 
deg 52* E 410 ft to cen of 
private lane th Ely alg cen 
i In sd lane to pob pt Sn 
E%, 1.41 a n . 

Thos. Runyard, W 10 rds S 
10 rds S% E&, 1. acre 

William A. Dowell, com at 
pt on E In 1918.3 ft S from 
NE cor sec th N 38 deg 05' 
W 429,5 ft th S 7 deg 52' 
W 323 ft to cen In of pri- 
vate lane th W alg cen In 
sd lane 550 ft for pob of 
this desc th S 7 deg 52' W 
410 ft to N In of channel th 
W alg N In of channel 100 
ft th N 7 deg 52' E 410 ft 
to cen In of sd lane th E 
alg cen In of lane 100 ft to 
pobpt Ste E'A, .94 a 

John Dowell Est., com at pt 
in East line 1916.3 feet 
S from NE cor sec th N 
38 deg 05* W 429.5 ft th S 
7 deg 52' W 325 ft to cen 
In of private lane th W alg 
cen In sd lane 450 ft to pob 
of this desc th S 7 deg 52' 
W 410 ft to N In of chan- 
nel th W alg N In of chan- 
nel 100 ft th N 7 deg 52' E 
410 ft to cen In sd lane th 
E alg cen In sd lane 100 ft 
to pobpt S% Ete, .94 a 

Ralph J. Dowell, E 200 ft W 
464 ft S 123 ft N 453 ft SVfe 
E>£ frac, .45 a 

Bernard Willett, S 82.5 ft N 
247.5 ft E 200 ft W 464 ft 
S»/fe EVfe fracl, .378 a 

Richard W. Davis, S 82.5 ft 
N 330 ft E 200 ft W 464 ft 
SVi EM» fracl, .379 a 

John Niemiec, E 200 ft W 464 
ft S 165 ft N 619 ft of S'/fe 
EMs, .756 a 

Joe E. Palmer, E 264 f t W 768 
ft S 165 ft N 617 ft pt S»/fe 
EVfe, 1. a 

Fred Runyard, land inside 
meander line SEV4, 7. a 
Do, -Land inside meander 
line SEV 4 , 9. a 

John N. Jones, Jr., E20 acs N 
Vt EV4 frcl SWy4, 20. a 

Ray Waters, (ex S418ft N836 
ft W 217 ft) W 267 ft N% 
EM: frcl SWtt, 6.09 acres 

Central Federal Sav. fie Liu, 
S 209 ft N836ft W217ft EVz 
lot 2 frcl W%, 1. a 

A. E. Suter Trustee. S209ft 
N627ft W217ft EVa lot 2 
frcl W%, 1. a 

James R. Anderson, N% W& 
W%. 39.74 a 

S. D. Anderson, SVi W% W 
%, 39.91 a 

Ray Waters, (ex E 20 acs) 
also (ex W 267 ft) also (ex 
N 83 ft S 544.45 ft E 140 ft 
W 407 ft) N% E% frc'l, 
11.65 a 

John R. Burnett, N 83 ft S 
544.45 ft E 140 ft W 407 ft 
pt EVfe govt lot 2, W%, .27a 
Section 3 

S. D. Anderson, E% E frl % 
8c S% W% E frl %, 119.62a 

Harry McDougall, NVi W^ 
Ete, 39.80-a 

Do (ex pt W of river) W 
frl \ i t, 152.80a 

Holland fie Marlon Winn. 
that pt W of river W frl 
*&, 1.32a 

Section 4 

Harry McDougall, that pt E 
of river E% E%, 8.22a 

Holland 8c Marion Winn, that 
pt W of river, EV4 EMi 
60.59a 

Mrs. Walter E. Winn, WV4 
E%, 78.34a 
Do, E% W&, 78.34 

Edward Cocklan, that pt W 
of hwy NW cor N% WVfe 
W%, 1. a 

Cyril V. Pacey, (ex com at 
pt in cen In pub hwy S 
14 deg 46' W 378.16 ft from 
a pt 222-89 ft E of NW cor 
sd W% th SWly alg cen 
In sd pub hwy 200 ft th S 
75 deg 14' E 233 ft th N 
14 deg 46' E 200 ft th N 75 
deg 14' W 233 ft to pob) 
(ex pt W of hwy NW cor) 
NVfe WVfe WVi, 35.90a 

American Tel. fie Tel. Co., 
care of J. E. Fish, commenc- 
ing at pt in cen In pub 
hwy S 14 deg 46' W 378.16 
ft from pt 222.69 ft E of 
NW cor sd W 1 ^ th SWly 
alg cen In sd pub 'hwy 200 



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it th S 75 deg 14' B 233 
ft th N 14 deg 40^B 200 
ft th^N^O deg 14* W 233 
M *6 pob pt^W%, liOOOa m 

Mra. Waiter E.^Vinn^S% W 
tt Wfc,40.a;^ 

: B Section i% \ 
Nicholas M. Keller, EMi NE 

%, 00. a 
x«>W% NEU ( 80. a ,- • =- 
Melvin fie Evelyn Harms, N 

H NW%^0O.4i 
Ida E. Swenson, SW V* NW 
• W 40 a 
Nicholas M. Keller, jiSB%, 

NW%,40.a ^^,^ W( ; 

Do that pt no of rd NE% 

SWV4, .816a M — ^ 
Laurence H. Armour, (ex -pt 

N of rd) Ett SWy4. 79^84a 
J«mesE.Carey (exN640ft 

E1740.7 ft W 1007.3 ttt)W. 

%SW%,69. a % 

Carl Bariihel, N 640 ft E 748.7 

Oft W 1067.8 ftptSWtt, H.a 
Otto Hanke, NEV4 SEy4, 40a 
Nicholas M. Keller, that pt N 

or rd NWV4 SEV4. 10484a 
Lawerhce Armour (ex S (60 

ft) fie (ex pt N of rd) E325 

ft W^ SEV4, 13.006a 
Laurence Armour (ex pt w 

of rd) W 995 ft fie S 00 ft 

E 325 ft W^ SEV4, 54.41<a 
Lawrence Armour (ex S00ft) 

SEyrSEy4738^0a-~-^~- 
Laurence Armour, S 60 f t SE 

Va SEVa, 1.80a 

Section 10-46-0 . 
S. D. Anderson, N^i NEV« 

80 acres ...... 

John Samulevich, (ex pt lyg 
E of a In rung fr pnt '430 
ft W of NE cor WV* SE 
Va- NEK sd sec to a pnt in 
cen In Rte 173 th Is N 83% 
deg W 580 ft fr ints of E 
In of WVa NEV4 SEV4 
extd S) SWtt NEV«, 35.01 

acres .- t.« 0370 

Carl S. fie Ethel Clingman, 
(ex WVa) SEV* NEVa, 30 

acres /. 

S. D. Anderson, NEK NWV4, 

40 acres 

Harry McDougall, (ex S 030 
ft) that pt E of river NWft 

NWV4, 15.09 acres 2080 

S. D. Anderson, S 630 ft 
lyg E of river pt NWK 

NWK, 12.20 acres 1600 

Nicholas M. Keller, (ex Fox 
River Spring Subdn.) that 
pt W of Fox River NW%, 

20 acres 2060 

John Samulevichs that pt 
E of Fox River S% NW% 

80.83 acres 3440 

J. Samulevich, Lot 1, Assess- 
or's Sub th pt N of N 
In old Oregon Rd E 15.80 

chs SWy4, 13 acres 1790 

Edith Hatch Allen fie Alice 
H. McDougall, Lot 1 As- 
sessor's Sub th pt S of N In 
Old Oregon Rd fie N of cen 
In Rte 173 of E 15.80 chs 

SWy4, 9 acres 2850 

Edith Hatch Allen fie Alice 
H. McDougall, Lot 2 As- 
sessors Sub (ex pt S of 
cen In Rte. 173) SWV*, 

9.8 acres 8040 

Edith Hatch Allen fie Alice 
H. McDougall, Lot 3, As- 
sessor's Sub. pt N of cen In 
of Rte 173 SW¥4, 5.5 acres 760 
Anton Dziekonski, (ex pt N 
of Rte 173) all W of River 
& S of rd, SWV4, 13.12 A 1100 
John L. Wiecek, pt W of river 
S of old Antioch to Rich- 
mond rd fie N of Rte. 173, 

.338 acre - 5980 

Carl S. Clingman, E% NE 

y4 SEy4, 30 acres 10730 

John J. Wells, com at ints 
of E In W'/4 NEy 4 SE'/4 sd 
sec extd S with cen In 
Rte 173 th N 83% deg W 
alg sd cen In 580 ft th Nly 
in a str In to a pt on N In 
of SWV'4 NE»/4 430 ft W of 
NE cor of sd sec th E 430 
ft to NE cor WV 4 SE'/* NE 
V4 th S to .pob, pt N of rd 
pt NEVa 8c SEVa, 30 acres.... 9630 
John Samulevich, pt * N of 
rd fie W of a In that extds 
fr a pt in cen In Rte 173 
580 ft N 83% deg W fr ints 
of E In WV4 NEy4 SE& 
extd S to a pt on N In SW 
Va NEVa 430 f t W of NE 
cor sd sec pt NEK 8c SE 

y4, 29.39 acres 21240 

Ray Lasco. that pt S of rd 
S% NWy 4 SEy*, 5 acres 
Ray Lasco, (ex pt N of N 
In of S. B. I. Rte. 173) fie 
(ex lot 1 of Wolcott's 
Survey, S% SEK, 40.44 acs 11070 
C. S. fie E. G. Clingman, th 
pt lyg N of N In of S. B. I. 
Rte. 173, pt S% SEy 4 , 

3.05 acres 410 

Section 11-46-9 

Viola A. Lay, N 70 ft E 150 

ft S of Channel Lake 

Bluffs 8c W of Woodbine 

Ave. pt lot 4 S% NE'/4, 

v24 acre 2480 

Edward A. Bonfield, S 50 
ft N 120 ft E 150 ft S of 
Channel Lake Bluffs fie W 
of Woodbine Ave., pt Lot 4, 

S% NEy 4 , .17 acre 2480 

Leon S. Sex, (ex E 691 ft) 
8c (ex Leon S. Sex fie Co's 
Wooded Heights Ests.) N% 

NWy 4 , 42.80 acres 1380 

Carl S. 8c Ethel Clingman, 

SWy 4 NWy 4 , 40 acres .... 5500 
Fred L. Kriebel, (ex E 691 ft 
for Woodcrest Sub) SEft 

NWy4. 35 acres 1240 

Fred L. Kriebel, (ex Wood- 
crest Sub) NEy* SWy*. 5A 340 
CL Clingman, c/o Carla Shil- 
lington, Ex., Lot 1 fie 2, 
Assessor's Sub NWy 4 SW 

y4, 12.70 acres 1760 

C. Clingman, c/o Carla Shil- 
lington, Ex., W 4.37 chs 
Lot 3 W% SWy4, 3.70 acres 510 
Harry O. Schmid, (ex W 4.37 

chs) Lot 3 WVi SWy 4 , 4A 340 
Harry O. Schmid, (ex W 86 
ft Lot 5) Lots 4 & 5 As- 
sessor's sub w% swy 4 , 

14.40 acres ...„ 4200 

4950 C. S. & E. G. Clingman, W 
86 ft Lot 5 Assessor's Sub 

W% SWy 4 , .60 acre 80" 

C. S. fie E. G. Clingman, E% 

Lot 6 W% SWy 4 , 5.23 acres 650 
Simon C. Edlemann, W% Lot 

6 W% SWy 4l 5.23 acres .... 850 
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PAGEELEVEN 



4130 



inited from preceding page) 
Name, D«Krip«on Aii'd Val, 

^Ray Lascb; (ex th pt lyg N 
of W hv&BL Rte. 173) Lot 
7 Assessor's SiibjW%SW% 
i >, ] *MM ,acres :.l.^L..^....,,..:...„ 
f.C.iS,'f& E. G. Clingman, Hex 
j beg at pt on N in 37 ift 45 U&. 
of ^W^corstfh E oh N In ?-- 
.-. 20.1 ftSth iSly lalg a In -83 
deg 27 min to the R 140.1 
ft thN HOW In aB ( I. Rte 
173 th Wly alg -sd^HOW 
In 20 ift th Nly 142.3 ft to 
snob) W 410 1 ft of th pt 
of Lot 7 Assessor's Sub lyg 
N of N fact SB I. Hte. 173 
Upt W% SW%; L20 acres... 170 
Simon C. Adlemann. beg at a 
, Pt on|N In 37 ft E of NW 

cor th E on N In 20.1 ft - 
-^th Sly-alg a In 83 deg 27-, u?£* 
min to the R 140.1 ft to the 
N In SjBX Rte 173 th Wly 
alg sd N In 20.0 f t th Nly 
142.3 ft to pob pt Lot #M^ 

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Name Description A»'d Val. 

80 vft dist fr Nly In prcms ' 

- .desc to NEly side of priv- ^; = 
ate rd th^NWly alg ^NEIy j 
side of sd private rd 133.78 

. ft mol to pob, .19 ;acre ;..;.,;. 2340 

Lewis & Anna Rogers, com at ' 
pt^hat^s!SJ75ideg^Ei957 ft f 
•from pt 10 chs S from cen 
sd sec (NW eor Clark ppty) 
th1S!31^ degWm47Tt th 
N 35 deg W 109,3 ft th NW 
ft to pt on first desc In * 
sd last desc pt being N 70 



deg W 121.9 ft from pob 

th iS ^5 ideg E i2L9 f tlo ! 

pob *>t SE^i21{acre ;....£. 1 

Nellie Woolner, pt descd in 123- 



3880 



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6330 



5800 



70 



70 



I Assessor's Sub 

.10 acre 
Harry O. Schmld, (ex W 418 

ft) thptlygNofNlnS.B. 

I. Rte 173 Lot 7 Assessor's 

Sub W% SWV4, 1 acre ..;. 
Leslie Lindcberg, pt descd 

In Doc 524732 Lot .8 8t W 

60.36 ft Lot 9 Assessor's 

. _Sub._SW.%,_4.34_acrea_ 

Joseph Woitczak, pt descd' 

doc 572134 Lot 8 & W 69.50 
/ ft Lot Assessor's Sub SW 

Fred W: Whittleder, Assr's 
Sub Lot 8 com at intersn 

of W In sd Ya Ya sec with Sly 
ROW In of Rte 173 th SEly 
alg sd RQW In 120 ft th 

5 310 ft mol to Nly In lot 
10 of sd sub th SWly alg 
sd Nly In 125 ft mol to W 
In sd Ya Ya sec th Nly alg 
sd W In 350 ft mol to pob 
pt SEV4 SW'/4, .928 acre- 
Albert Chase, (ex pt descd 

in 313D427 & 403D559) com 
at NE cor SE% SWV 4 W 
067 ft S 643 ft N 77% deg 
E to E In of sd Ya Ya sec 

6 th N on sd E In to pob 
* 238D159 (ex 376264), 5.563 

acres «... 

C. A. Atwood, (ex N 80 f t W 
94 ft) pt descd in Doc 376- 
264) & 403D5S9 pt SW'/*, 

1.73 acres .. 3440 

Eric Nordquist, E 50 ft W 
94 ft N 50 ft of pt descd 
403D559 & 376264 pt SW 

%, .057 acre 

Ida A. Schader, W 44 ft N 
50 ft of pt descd 403D559 
& 378264 pt SWtt, .05 acre 
Mrs. Mary E. Chase, (ex pts 
in Richmond rd & Ste Rte 
173) com at pnt.on E In 
. SEV4 SWV« sd sec 458.82 ft 
S of NE cor thof sd pnt bng 
Ely extn of cen In Rich-, 
mond rd th N 89 deg 28 min 
W alg cen In sd rd 25 ft 
to pnt of intersn sd cen 
In with cen In Lake Ave 
th S alg cen In sd ave 
103.08 ft to pnt th S 2 deg 
36 min W alg cen In sd ave 
239 ft to pnt th N 87 deg 
24 min W- 244.43 ft mil to 
pnt 305 ft N 89 deg 28 min 
W of E In sd Ya sec to pob 
contg th N 87 deg 24 min 
W alg last desc In prod 
209.05 ft mol to pnt of 
intesn of last desc In with 
cen In Ste Rte 173 th NWly 
alg sd cen In Rte 173 554.48 
ft measd In 100 ft chords 
mol to pnt of intersn sd 
cen In Rte 173 with cen In Rich- 
mond rd th S 89 deg 05 min 
E alg cen In Richmond rd 
296.32 ft th N 85 deg 33 
min E alg sd cen In 324.40 
f t th S 89 deg 23 min E alg 
sd cen In 45.68 ft mol to 

Jint N, 89 deg 28 min W 305 
t from E In sd y* sec th S 
pari to E In sd Ya Ya sec 
332.22 ft mol to pob, pt 
Lots 8-9 8c 10 of Assessor's 
Sub, SEy< SW%, 2.24 acres 
Robert Hess, (ex pts in Rich- 
mond rd Ac Lake Ave) com 
at pnt on E In SEV 4 SWy 4 
sd sec 458.62 ft S of NE 
cor thof bng Ely extd of 
cen In Richmond rd th N 
89 deg 28 min W alg cen 
In sd rd 25 ft to pob bng 
intersn cen In Lake Ave 
with cen In sd Richmond 
rd th S alg cen In sd Lake 
Ave 103.08 ft to pnt th S 
2 deg 36 min W alg cen In 
sd Lake Ave 239 ft to pnt 
th N 87 deg 24 min W 
244.43 ft mol to pnt 305 
ft W of E In sd y4 sec th N 
pari to sd E In 332.22 ft mol 
to pnt in cen In sd Rich- 
mond rd th S 89 deg 28 min 
E 280 ft to pob pt Lots 9 & 
10 Assessor's Sub SEVi SW 

- Ya, 1.72 acres 4490 

Alida W. & Walter Douglas, 
(ex Walter S. Douglas's 
Div) & (ex pt E of cen 
rd) & (ex pt descd in Doc 
423464) Lot 10 SWy 4 , 14.72 

acres -'. 

L. Scott Arms, beg at NW cor 
Lot 3 of Gifford's Sub th 
Wly alg N In sd lot 3 extd 
W 22.23 ft to Ely In Lake 
Ave th Sly alg Ely In Lake 
ave 50.85 ft th Ely 24.67 ft 
to pt in E In sd lot 3 50.82 
ft S of pob th N to pob pt 
Lot 10 SWy4, .025 acre .... 
Stanley Wieczorek, (ex 123- 
D505 & 202D394 & 91D307 
& ex E 2.50 acres & E 2 
acres) com 10 chs S of cen 
sec S 75 deg E to lake 
SWly alg lake 8 chs N 75 
deg W to W line SE 1 /* sec 
N 6.37 chs to beg pt lot 4 
W of lake SEtt, 2 acres.... 
Stanley Wieczorek, pt Lot 4, 

SEy4, 1.50 acres 

Alberta Rogers, th pt frcl 
Sec 11 daf com at a pnt 
lOchs S of cen of sd sec 
th S 75 deg E 553.2 ft to 
NWly cor of tract conv to 
Alberta Rogers by Doc 204- 
323 sd pt bng pob & NW 
cor of this desc th contg 
S 75 deg E 280.1 ft mol to, 
NW cor of tr conv to Lewis 
Rogers by Doc 660984 th 
S 23 deg W 80.78 ft alg W 
In of ppty so conv to SW 
cor sd Lewis ppty th N 75 
deg W 163.7 ft mol alg a In 



D805 8c 202D394 & com at 
a pt 3 rds Sof a pt 10 chs 
S of cen sec 11 th S 75 deg 
E 17 rds S 25 rds 12 Iks fo 
Nly In Wilcox land th W 17 
rds to E In hwy th Nly alg 
E In hwy 20 rds 12 Iks to 
beg pt lot 4 W of lake, SE 

#4f " ■ tivtv3 ■■itt><iiiiu«iiiM4 *im* ' 

Cheryl Pflager, beg at SE 
cor school lot th Ely alg N 
In of Gifford's Fair Oaks 
Sub 384 ft to water's edge 
of Channel Lake th NEly 
alg water's edge 307.2 ft : 
to a pt in Sly In of Wood- j: , 
crest Sub th Wly 320 Ift j 
th Sly 130.1 ft th Wly 209.9 r 
ft to a pt in E In School 

— lot th-S 181.4,ft-to-pob4ex 

pt to . Carl S, Clingman 



8120 



Description Au'd Val, 

deg 22 min W 44 ft th N 
83* deg 25 min W to ipob 
thtoT&ideg 25 min W 117.4 
1 ft th S 9 deg 31 min, W alg 
cen chaimel 1848.6 j ft tteS M -£-j 
34 deg E 340 ft th N 5 deg M --* ; 
31 min E 1110.5 ft to pob 
pt SWy«, 4.10 acres h.. .:»... il?6330 
EarleF. Arthur; com on; % h 
• sec In on W bank Lake 
Catherine th S to pt 300 ft i 
due S of Yt sec In -th W 
pari ito Yt sec In to cen of 



17060 



210 



5670 



140 



16000 
950 



descd 404D322) SEtt .84A 10660 
Jos. Kochanowlcz, (ex com at • 
pnt on S In Woo dc rest Sub 
sd pnt bng 132 f t E of W In 
SE>4 sd sec th N 87 deg 
49tt min W alg sd S In 4,2 
ft to NW cor of a tract of 
land desc In General No. 
54577 of C C of Lake Coun- 
ty, III., for pob th S 87 deg 
49% min E alg S In sd sub 
110 ft th Sly pari to Wly In 
of ppty so desc in Gen. No. 
54577 113 ft th SWly 118.52 
ft to pnt on sd Wly In 160 
ft Sly of NW cor thof th 
Nly alg Wly In of ppty 
desc in Gen. No. 54577 160 
ft to pob) beg at pnt of 
intersn of E In school lot 
with Sly In of Woodcrest 
• Sub th Ely 209.9 ft th Ely 
235 ft to water's edge of 
Channel Lake th SWly alg 
water's edge 150 ft to N In 
Gifford's Fair • Oaks Sub 
th Wly 384 ft to SE cor " 
school lot th N alg E In 
school lot 161.4 ft to pob, 

pt SEy4, 1.154 acres 17740 

School Dist., pt SE J /4, .83 acre 140 
Bruno Pieheiti, pt S of rd of 
N 245 ft W 49.2 ft E 389.2 * 
ft Lot 1 E of lake, SEV4.... 2230 
Bruno Picchetti, pt S of rd 
of (ex N 155 ft) W 49.2. 
ft E 438.4 ft of Lot 1 E of 

lake, SEW 1720 

Herman Seekamp, (ex pt S 
of rd) N 245 ft W 49.2 ft 
E 389.2 ft Lot 1 £ of lake 

SEV4, .25 acre 210 

Herman Seekamp, (ex N 155 
ft) W 49.2 ft E 438.4 ft of 
th pt Lot 1 Nly of rd SEV* 

.25 acre * 210 

Englewood Jr. Ericson Club, 
S 90 ft of pt W of E 983 ft 
Lot 4 SE of lake SE'/4, 

.25 acre 10180 

Henry Steinbarth, (ex pt S 
of rd) N 245 ft W 49 ft E 
487.4 ft Lot 1 E of lake 

SEy«, .19 acre 210 

Florence M. Haviland, N 60 
ft S 150 ft all W of E 1010 

ft SE% 4670 

Lillian Schmitz, pt S of rd 
beg at pt 98.4 ft W of SE 
cor Lot 1 sub of pts Sees 
11 & 12 th S 245 ft th W 49 
ft th N 245 ft th E to pob 

pt SEV4 SEy« .652 acre 

Section 12-46-9 
Edna Berggren, E 125 ft of 
foil descd tract com NE 
cor Sec S 800.6 ft N 88 deg 
13 min W 427.8 ft for pob 
th S 62 ft W 498.8 ft to 
shore Lake Catherine N 82 
ft E to pob part NE'/* 

.17 acre — 

Edna Berggren, (ex E 125 ft) 
com NE cor sec S 800.6 ft 
N 88 deg 13 min W 427.8 
ft for pob th S 62 ft W 
498.8 ft to shore Lake 
Catherine N 62 ft E to pob 
part NEy4, .53 acre 11000 

Joseph Gehrig, com at NE 
cor Sec S 800.6 ft N 88 
deg 13 min W 427.8 ft S 
62 ft for a pob th S 50 ft W 
to shore In of Lake Cather- 
ine N 50 ft E to pob NE 

Ya, .60 acre 

L. R. Knott, com NE cor 
Sec S 800.0 ft N 88 deg 13 
min W 427.8 ffS 112 ft 
for pob th S 50 ft W 498.8 
ft to shore of Lake Cath- 
erine N 50 ft E'to pob NE 
Ya, .60 acre 4810 

Consumer Co., N 962.6 ft of 
all W of E shore of Lake 
Catherine NE^, 3.60 acres 

Carl E. Swanson, th pt lyg 
Nly of Sly In extd E of 
Lot 2 in Thomas Jefferson 
Smith's Sub & Wly of 
Wly shore of Lake Cath- 
erine pt SWy 4 NEy 4 , .10A 

Antoinette S. Cooper, (ex 
N 468.5 ft) that pt N of . 
T. Jeff. Smith Sub E% 
NWy4, 2 acres 14030 

Frank Cerny, E 14 rds SEy4 
SW%, 10 acres 

Fred Warner, all E of chan- 
nel (ex 181D327 & ex 244- 
D117 & ex 189D431 & ex 
5A & ex pt belonging to 
F. Warner & ex Hilliwood 
Sub & ex Doc 240395) NE 
Ya SWy 4t 1 acre 

Alfred H. Kuenhold, beg at 
pt 231 ft W of SE cor NE 
Ya SWYa th N pari E In 
420.2 ft to cen Oregon rd 
th N 47 deg 28 min W 
103.25 ft th N 27 deg 22 
min W 44 ft th N 83 deg 
25 min W 118.4 ft th S 5 
deg 31 min W 1110.5 ft 
to cen channel th S 34 deg 
E 368.9 ft to pt 231 ft W 
of E In th N to pob pt SW 
Ya, 5.90 acres ; 

Alfred H. Kuenhold, com at 
pt 231 f t W of SE cor NE 
Ya SWy* th N pari E In 
420.2 ft th N 47 deg 28 
min W 103.25 ft th N 27 



6090 



280 



6190 



330 



140 



590 



330 



hwy th Nly alg cen sd hwy 
to N In th E on N In to v 
pob pi NE%ISW%,il acre 8940 
Harry: Smith. Smith Bros., j -- 
! ;<ex com at pnt where ?N : 
In S 100 rd sd SWy4 in- 
ters Ely ROW In of Rte- 
173,^h S 42 deg 32 min W j :,: 
alg sd ROW In 122.65 ft th . 
•"S^l-degrM-mfn^W^alg sd;- — 
ROWlnlfiO.OftthSlldeg 
51 min E 76.2 ft th S 7 deg ' 

32 min ;E 172.7 ft th S 40 t- 
deg 42 min E 33.7 ft, th N 
42 deg 53 min E 260.15 ft 
th S 68 deg 50 min E 325.35 
ft to W In Lake Marie 
channel th Nly alg Wly In 
sd channel to N In sd S 100 
rds-sd SWy4 th W alg sd 
N In to pob) also (ex sub 
of pt Sees 1J. & 12) also 
(ex Lake view Sub) also-. 
(ex-2.8_acres-mol-S-<fc-adjL^__r_L: 

Lots 4 & 8 of. sub of. pt 
Sees 11 8c 12 & betw exted 
Ely & Wly In of .Lots 4 & 

5 Nly of Sly In vac Venn 
rd) also (ex com at intersn 
of W In SWV4 wl N In of 
Maple Ave in Smith's 2nd . 
Sub th S 88 deg 00 min E 
alg N In sd Maple Ave 
extd Ely 80.7 ft to pnt, th 
S deg 59 min E 240 ft 
to pob, th contg S deg 
59 min E 79.4 ft to a pnt 
th NEly 137.8 ft mol to 
stake located S deg 59 
min E 45 ft fr pnt in N 
In thi tract wh pnt is locat- 
ed S 88 deg 06 min E 135 
ft for pob contg th NEly 
10 ft mol to water's edge 
of boat channel th Nly alg 
sd water's edge 44 ft mol 
to pnt wh lies S 88 deg 00 
min E of pob, th N 88 deg ' 
08 min W 12 ft mol to pnt 
contg th N 88 deg 06 min 
135 ft to pob) also (ex com 
at pnt in N In Maple Ave 
in Smith's 2nd Sub, th S 
88 deg 06 min E alg N In 
sd Maple Ave extd Ely 80.7 
ft, th S deg 59 min E 60 
ft th S 88 deg 06 min E 
pari to Ely extn of N ln< 
sd Maple Ave 135 ft contg 
th S 88 deg 06 min E 16 
ft mol to Water's edge of 
boat channel, th Nly alg 
sd water's edge 60 ft mol 
to pnt S 88 deg 06 min W 
12 ft mol to pnt located N 
deg 59' W 60 f t f r first 
mentd pnt contg thence N 
88 deg 00 min W 135 ft to 
pob) pt S of N In S 100 
rds lyg Wly of Lake Marie 
channel SWy 4 , 30.31 a 1790 

Clarence Van Zandt, com at 
pnt in N In Maple Ave in 
Smith's 2nd Sub th S 88 
deg 06 min E alg N In sd 
Maple Ave extd Ely 80.7 
f t th S deg 59 min E 60 ft 
th S 88 deg 06 min E pari 
to Ely extn of N In sd Ma 
pie Ave 135 ft, contg S 88 
deg 00 min E 16 ft mol to 
water's edge of boat chan- . 
nel, th Nly alg sd water's 
edge 60 ft mol to pnt S 88 
deg 08 min W 12 ft mol to 
pnt located N deg 59 
min W 60 f t fr first mentd 
pnt contg th N 88 deg 06 
min W 135 ft to pob pt 
SWy4, .19 acre 140 

Harry Smith Est., 1.8 acre 
mol S & adj Lot 4 sub of 
pts sees 11 Si 12 & betw 
extd Ely St Wly Ins of lot 

4 & Nly & Wly of Sly & 
Ely Ins of vac Venn rd 
& Nly of extd N In Maple 
Ave in Smith's 2nd Sub, 
1.80 acres 12650 

Charles B. Smith, 1 acre mol 

5 8c adj Lot 5 sub of pts 
Sees 11 & 12 & betw extd 
Ely & Wly Ins Lot 5 & 
Nly of Sly In of vac Venn 
rd, 1 acre ~ 2720 

Robert Webb, com at pt 
where N In of S 106 rds 
inters the Ely ROW In of 
pub hwy (Rte 173) th S 
42 deg 32 min W alg sd 
Ely ROW In 122.6 ft th S 

41 deg 14 min W alg sd Ely 
ROW In 150.6 ft th S II 
deg 51 min E 76.2 ft th S 
88 deg 55 min E 550 ft 
to W In Lake Marie chan- 
nel th Nly alg Wly In sd 
channel to SEly ROW In of 
sd rte 173 th SWly alg 
ROW In sd rte 173 to pob 
pt SWy4, 2.80 acres 18840 

Ernie E. Anderson, beg at int 
of N In with Ely ROW In 
of st rte 173 th S 42 deg 32 
min W alg ROW In 122.6 ft 
th S 41 deg 14 min W alg 
ROW In 150.6 ft th S 11 
deg 51 min E 76.2 ft fo pob 
of this desc th S 7 deg 32 
min E 172.7 ft th S 46 deg 

42 min E 33.7 ft to edge of 
boat channel th N 42 deg 
53 min E alg channel 260.15 
ft th N 88 deg 55 min W 
224.65 ft to pob pt conv by 
Doc 671239 pt S 106 rds 
SWy4. .65 acre 18770 

Fred T. & Elizabeth Keller 
com at intsn of W In SW 
Ya SWYa Sec 12 with N 
In of Maple Ave in Smith's 
2nd Sub th S 88 dug 06 min 
E alg N In sd Maple Ave 
extd Ely 80.7 ft to pnt th S 
deg 59' E 240 ft to pob 
th contg S deg 59 min E 
79.4 ft to a pnt th NEly 
137.8 ft mol to stake loc S 
deg 59 min "E 45 ft from 
iron stake in N In this tract 
wh stake is loc S 88 deg 
06 min E 135 ft fr pob 
contg th NEly 10 ft mol to 
water's edge of boat chan- 
nel th Nly alg.sd water's 
edge 44 ft mol to pnt wh 
lies S 88 deg 06 min E fr 
pob th N 88 deg 06 min W 
12 ft mol .to iron stake 



6000 



Name H ! iDescripilon ± Ass'd Val, 
i^coritgtth Nj88 deg^OOmlir 
: W -135 ft to pob pt ;SW# 
^iSW^ir^20jacre':,...^....;^.^ 

Mech. Tronics Corp., com ,at 
-j waters edge i of .'Lake Cath- 
erine at a pt 100 ft due S 
-of N iline of sd % sec th 
^Sly alg water's, edge 50 ft 
th Wly=parl with N line of 
Ya sec to cen line of Linden 
st th Nly alg sd (Stntola jpt 
100 ft due S of W In of sd 
?^%isec 4h E to beg descd 
^n 244D107j)t SW% ....;...... 

Arnold M. Shunneson, 1/3 

-"interest in (ex pt SEly of 

Rte 173) all W of outlet 8t 

E of Channel 'Lake and N 

of In 106 rds N of Sin of iSW 

% sec mt SWYa, M acre.... 

Arnold W. Shunneson, 2/3 

interest In (ex pt SEly of 

iiRte 173) all . W of outlet & 

E of Channel Lake & N of 

In 106 rds N of S In of sd 

SW% pt SWYa, 1 acre ;:v...: 

Fred .Warner, beg at inter- 

seen of cen line of Channel 

Lake rd & Channel Lake 

outlet N 88 deg 38 min E 

. 209 ft alg cen In of rd S 

87 deg E 655 ft S to cen 

In of outlet NWly alg cen 

In of outlet to pob pt SWYa 

Agnes M. Roberts. E 5 rds S 

16 rds NWM SE^ ( .50 acre 

Frank Krone, S 100 ft N 208.2 

ft-E-oMake-NWy4~SEy47 



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8530 



12100 
410 



2880 



3990 



Jack H. Crandall, (ex E 10 
rds S 16 rds) & (ex beg at 
SE cor Lot 10 Crandall's 
Sub th S alg E In NW% SE 
y4 125 ft th W 142.7 ft to 
E In Park Lane th N deg 
32' E 25.13 ft th N 100 ft 
to SW cor sd lot 10 th E 



13810 



Name iDeicrlplion . Au'dVe!, 

46;ftfcth E 110 ft tolSW cor 
sd Lot A ith "N 46 H t to pob . 1 
^pmWYi&mi, 116 acres;;. 3160 

Arnold E. Hobinson, beg at a 
^pt oh W In Lot AHn Grice's 
Lake Catherine Sub 526 ft 
S of NW cor thof th W 110 1 
ftHhjS 46ift th E 110 ft th 
^N 46 |ft to>pob pt |NW% iSE 
^4, .110 acre .......................... 

Dorothy Berlin, beg at pt on 
W In Lot SA in Grice's 
Lake: Catherine Sub 572 ft 
S of JNW^cor th iW 110 ft 
th S 87 ft thSEIy 111 ft 
th N 101.7 ft to, pob NWtt 
SE'/4 , ,240 acre .j..... ...... ....... 

Alice M. Sturm, beg at' pt 55 
ft W iof & 107 ift !S of NW 
cor Lot A in Grice's Lake 
Catherine Sub th IN alg- In 
pari to W In sd Lot A 205 
ft tcr water's edge th Wly 
alg water's -edge to pt wh>a 
In 110 ft W of & parlto W 
In sd Lot A interct the 
water's edge th S alg sd 
part In 147:8 ft th E 55 ft ? 
to pob pt NW% ISEyi ....;... * 6740 

Alice M. Sturm, beg at pt j 
on W In Lot A iih' Grice's 
Lake Catherine Sub 102 ft 
S of NW cor thof th W at 
rt. angles to sd lot In 85 ft 
th S 5 ft th W 55 ft th S 20 
ft th E 110 ft th N 25 ft to 
pob pt NWV4 SEy4 ....„:..... ; 210 



210 



25810 
5800 



4810 
140 

_ J : 

120080 



690 



6670 



580 



to pob) 8c (ex pt lyg-E of 
Park Lane 8c S of H. H. 
Crandall's Sub) 8c (ex th 
pt lyg W of E In Lot 31 sd 
sub extd S to N In Rte 173) 
E 454.5 ft N of rd & S of 
sd Crandall's Sub NWVi 

SEy< , 1.18 acres 410 

Bruno J. Buck, beg at SE 
cor Lot 10 in H. H. Cran- 
dall's Sub th S alg E In NW 
Ya SE»/4 125 ft th W 142.7 
ft to E In Park Lane th N 
6 deg 32 min E 25.13 ft 
th N 100 ft to SW cor Lot 
10 th E to pob pt NW/4 SE 

Ya, .40 acre 11690 

Bruno J. Buck, co mat SE 
cor Lot 10 H. H. Crandall's 
Sub th S alg extd E In sd 
lot 10 125ft for pob th S on 
extd E In to N In S 16 rds 
NWy 4 SE'/4 Sec 12 th W 
on N In sd S 16 rds to E 
In Park Lane th N alg E 
In sd Park Lane to pt due 
W of pob th E 142.7 ft to 
pob NWYa SEYa, 1.03 acres 410 
Jack H. Crandall, com at SW 
cor Lot 31 H. H. Crandall's 
Sub th S alg extd W In sd 
Lot 31 for dist of 180.8 
ft th E pari to S In sd Lot 
31 150 ft th N 181 ft to 
SE cor sd lot 31 th W alg 
S In sd lot 31 to pob part 

NWy4 SEYa .62 acre 770 

Franklin Crandall, com at pt 
that is 180.8 ft S of SW cor 
Lot 31 H. H. Crandall's Sub 
on a In extd W In sd Lot 31 
th S on extd W In Lot 31 
280.8 ft mol to N In Rte 173 
th E alg N In sd rte 173 
150 ft to pt wh is 308.5 ft 
W of E In NWy* SEy 4 Sec 
12 th N 281 ft mol to pt • 
181 ft S of SE cor sd Lot 
31 th W 8c pari to S In sd 
Lot 31 150 ft mol to pob 
part NWy* SEy 4 , .967 acre 4190 
B. Buck, W 5 rds E 10 rds 

S 16 rds NW/4 SEy*. .50 A 410 
Kenneth F. Van Patten, E 50 
ft W 150 ft E 9.02 chs NW 

y4 SEy4, 1 acre 5710 

George O. Bayrd. W 100 ft 

E 9.02 chs Nwy 4 SE^i, 2 A 8050 
Herman and Hattie O'Berg, 
beg at NW cor Lot A in 
Grice's Lake Catherine Sub 
th S alg W In sd Lot 102 ft 
th W at R. A. to sd lot In 
55 ft th N pari to sd W 
lot In 8c sd In extd to S 
shore lake th Ely alg shore 
of lake to NW cor Lot C of 
sd sub th Sly alg W In sd 
Lot C to pob pt NWy4 SE 

y 4 , .278 acre 9210 

Ellen E. LaVelle, N 119 ft 
E 110 ft of th.pt NWy 4 SE 
y4 lyg W of Lot A & S of 
a In 11 f t S of N In Lot 5 
extd in Grice's Lake Cath- 
erine Sub descd in Doc 

426577 _.... 3580 

Ellen V. LaVelle, beg at pt 
on W In Lot A in Grice's 
Lake Catherine Sub 246 
ft S NW cor thof th W at 
Rt Angles to sd lot In 110 
ft th S alg In pari to sd lot 
In 50 ft th E 110 ft to W In 
sd lot th N 50 ft to pob pt 

NWy 4 SEy 4 , .126 acre 410 

Henry W. & Violet Stark, beg 
at pt on W In Lot A in 
Grice's Lake Catherine Sub 
296 ft S of NW cor thof th 
W at tt angles to sd lot In 
1 10 ft th S pari to W In sd 
lot 46 ft th E 110 ft to W 
In sd Lot A th N 46 ft to 
pob pt NW/4 SEtt, .116A 410 
F. J. Novak, beg at pt on W 
In Lot A in Grice's Lake 
Catherine Sub 342 ft S of 
NW cor thof th W at rt 
angles to sd W In 110 ft 
th S 46 ft th E 110 ft to W 
In sd Lot A th N 46 ft to 
pob pt NWy 4 SEy*. .116A 410 
J. & H. Stungis, beg at pt 
on W In Lot A in Grice's 
Lake Catherine Sub 388 ft 
S of NW cor thof th W at 
rt angles to sd lot In 110 
ft th S alg In pari to sd 
lot In 46 ft th E 110 ft to 
W In sd lot th N 46 ft to 
pob pt NWy* SEtt, .116 .... 410 
William Kauke, beg at pt on 
W In Lot A in Grice's Lake 
Catherine Sub 434 ft S of 
NW cor thof th W at rt an- 
gles to sd W In 110 ft th 
S 46 ft th E 1 10 ft to W In 
sd lot th N 46 ft to pob, pt 

NWy 4 SEy 4 . .116 acre 3160 

Herbert A. Ray, beg at pt 
on W In Lot A in Grice's 
Lake Catherine Sub 480 ft 
ft S of NW cor thof th W 
at rt. angles to sd In 110 ft 
th S alg In pari to sd lot n 



Wm. 8c Mary Knourek, com 

< at SW cor of Channoaks 
Sub Ely on S In sd sub to 
Nly In of rt 173 SWly on N 
In of sd rd to E shore of 
channel Nly alg E shore of 
of channel to pob vacated 
road 

Robert Krieger, com at .a 
stake on Sly bank of Lake 
Cath. 2413.1 ft W of E In sec 
12 8c 20 ft S of water's edge 
th S 125 ft E 50 ft th N to 

' water's edge 4h Wly alg 
Water's edge to a pt due N 
of beg S to pob pt descd in- 
228D133 NWy 4 SEy 4 3830 

George H. Gundelach, com at 
an iron stake 2363.1 ft W of 
E line Sec 12 & 42 ft S of 
water's edge of Lake Cath- 
erine sd stake being on a 
Ely In of Ind descd in 228- 
D133) th S 124 ft to an iron 
stake on N In of private 
rd th E 77 ft th N pari to 
W In to water's edge th 
Wly alg water's edge to a 
pt due N of pob th S to pob 
desd in 231D126, pt NW/4 
SE'A, .30 acre .'. 

George H. Gundelach, com at 
inters of a In 2234.10 ft W 
of & pari with E In sd sec 
& N In private rd th W alp 
N In sd private road to E 
In of ppty desc in 23 ID 
page 126 th N to water's 
edge th Ely alg water's 
edge to pnt N of pob th S 



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Name ^ DescYf|$onfe A»y Val 
so called contained in the 

jN 874:5 ft >mrVA (ex land; 

• • . S of 48 iChahheliliake con- 
necting at two lakes) NW" 

/4 IT W ]P% .«♦*.# *d«f*>«444J IMI ■(■■*<•■■**■■« 1 

f0-/-r^ Section 13-46-9 
Paul B. Juhnke, (ex pt desc 

in Doc 369029) th pt descd 
, Docs '3385964369630-369631 

8c 426895 of iSecs 12 and 13 ; 

ItflOll ttvlcS *Mn><*m tr..^*,!.!. ~ 

Jos. Labdon, <ex ^Bowles? 
Sub) S'/fe NEy 4 , 40 acres .... 

Jos. Labdon. (ex Bowles 
Sub)^M4 NE frl Va lying 
on. E bank Lake Marie pt 

yNto ffllE frl V*, 35 acres... 

Jos. Labdon, all land in SE 
cor NW,%, 1 acre ..............,." 

Henry L. Venn, all island in 
NW% also. 340D159, 10.80A 

Harry Smith, (ex Lake Vie w 
Sub & ex island 8c 1 acre : 
in SE cor) & (ex 340D159, 
281D202, Doc 338596'. & 
340D161) & (ex 1st add to 

.Lake View Sub) -* (ex 
494D289) (expt desc in 
Doc 502726) ifrl NWy4 

Carl Barthel, com at art* iron 
stake |n cen Venn rd on' 
Sly In 1st Addn to Lake 
View Sub, th N 64 deg 29 
min E 240 ft to open water 
iii Smith' Lake th N 32 
deg 38 min W 95.7 ft th 
S 57 deg 22 min W 240 ft 

— to-cen~Venh-rd-th-S-32^deg. 
38 min: E 66.2 ft to pob 
(ex .SWly 36 ft for rd) 
494D289 frl NWVi , 

Paul S. Zdon, pt descd Doc 

7 502726 NWy 4 , 1.38 acres .... 

Jean L. Stephens, (ex sub) 
all SE of Lake Marie Ste 
SWy4, 1.78 acres 

Joseph Labdon, (ex Sub & 
Lake)NE J / 4 SWy 4 , 1 acre .... 

Mrs. Stella Petrowski, com 
on E bank of Lake Marie 
28.93 chs N of S In of Sec 
N 81% deg E 9 chs to W 
bank of lake N 236 ft Wly 
to pt 236 ft N of beg S to 
beg ex N 50 ft of pt lyg 
W of Wly In West Lake 
Ave) pt N% SE%, 3 acres 

Geo. F. Ehemann, N 50 ft of 
pt lyg W of Wly In west 
Lake Ave of foil descd 
tract: com on E bank of 
Lake Marie 28.93 chs N of 
S In of Sec N 81 deg 30 
min E 9 chs to W bank of 
lake N 236 ft Wly to pt 236 
ft N of beg S to beg pt 

N% SEy 4 :. 5370 

R. Allen Benjamin, com on 
E line rd opposite a pt 24 , 

f t S of N In Lot 10 Beech 
Grove Sub E 46 te ft S 
96.4 ft W 400 ft to rd N to 
beg pt Ste SEy 4 , .20 acre.... 

O. L. Mitchell, Jr., beg at a 
pt 40 f t N of & 36.29 chs 
W of SE cor sec th N 6.69 
chs to Ely In of private rd 
in Beach Grove Sub th 
SWly alg Ely In sd rd to a 









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280 
1680 



280 
140 






23580 



2070 



to poo pi aesc m z*(uu.j, owiy aig ray in sa ra 10 a 

NWy 4 SE'/4, 1 acre 3570 pt 40 ft N of S In sec th 



Henry R. Palm, ex pt lyg S 
of Rte 173) also ex that 
pt if any falling in Hilli- 
wood Sub) com at pnt on 
N In Nte sd sec 16.30 chs ' 
W of E In NW/4 SEy 4 sd 
sec th W to W bank of Lake 
Catherine th S 10 deg W 9 
chs th S 8.7 chs th E to 
NEly ROW In of Rte. 173 
th SEly alg sd ROW In to 
pnt S of pob th N to pob, 

pt Ste, 12.45 acres 31950 

George H. Gundelach, beg at 
a pt 30 i t N of a pt 2413.1 
ft W of E In Sec 12 N 540 
ft to S In of priv rd Ely alg 
s In of sd rd 159 ft S 540 
ft to N In of Channel Lake 
rd N to pob pt NW/4 SEy 4 

2 acres 11140 

T. J. Cline, Lot 1 Savage Sub 

S side of Lake Catherine 5020 
Frank Cerny, ex California 
Ice Co. Sub) SWy 4 SEte 

13 acres 770 

Alida G. Hills, (ex N 67 rds) 
Ete E 5.45te chs N of rd E - 

te SEy 4 , .58 acre 3150 

Frank Walsh, (ex N 67 rds) 
Wte E 5.45 te chs N of rd E 

% SEy4, .25 acre 8870 

Chas. H. Smith, ex com at 
intsn of NW cor SWYa SW 
Ya sec 7-46-10 with E In SE 
Ya Sec 12-46-9 th S on sd E 
In 330 ft th W 184.87 ft th 
S 485.28 ft tih W 175 ft to 
W In of E 5.45te chs sd SE 
Ya th N on sd W In 555.72 
ft to Sly ROW In of a 
switch track th NEly alg 
sd ROW In 469.46 ft (100 ft 
chds) to ints with E In sd 
SEte th S on sd E In 16.85 
ft mol to pob) pt S of 
switch track E 5.45 te chs 
Ete SE J / 4 , 7.2 acres 410 

Richard G. Carson, com at 
ints of NW cor SWte SW 
Ya Sec 7-46-10 with E In 
SE'4 Sec 12-46-9 th S on 
sd E In 330 ft th W 184.67 
ft th S 485.28 ft th W 175 
f t to W In of E 5.45 te chs 
sd SE'/ 4 th N on sd W In 
555.72 ft to SJy ROW In 
of a switch track th NEly 
alg sd ROW In 469.46 ( 100 
ft chds) to its intsn with E 
In sd SEV4 th S on sd E 
In 16.85 ft mol to pob pt 
S of switch track E 5.45 te 
chs Ete SEy 4 , 3.3 acres .... 15060 
Richard G. Carson, (ex Rte. 
173) also (ex pt in Sec 7- 
46-10) com at pnt in Sec 
7-46-10 th is 50 ft E & 
3666.2 ft S of NW cor sd sec 
7 th SEly alg a curved In 
radius 503.3 ft convey SEly 
a dist of 701.9 ft (chord 
meas) to pnt of intsn with 
E In of California Ice & 
Coal Co.'s Lake Marie Sub 
th N alg sd E In sd sub 50 
ft th NEly alg a curved In 
rad 453.3 ft convex SEly 
a dist of 623.2 ft (chd 
meas) to W In sd Sec 7 
& pnt W of pob th E 50 

ft to pob pt SE»/ 4 .50 a 70 

Richard G. Carson, a trian- 
gular pee of land betw 
RR & rd pt E 12A SE'/ 4 

SEtt. 1 acre 5640 

Frank Cerny, (ex California 
Ice Co, Sub) 81 (ex E 12A) 

SEte SEy 4l 10 acres 590 

Lorraine A. Schroedcr, the 

lands lying betw Lake 

Catherine & Channel Lake 



E to pob (ex pt descd 309- 
D17) pt Ste SEVi, 1 acre 330 
Drucilla Ferris, (ex pt lyg N 
& W of S & E boundary of 
Merry wood Pt Sub) also 
(ex Beach Grove Sub) also 
(ex lake) also (ex W 32 
ft of th pt lyg E of & adj 
blk 8 Merrywood Pt lyg 
betw N 8c S Ins sd Blk 8 
extd E) also (e^c pt lyg W 
of a In daf com at pnt 40 ft 
N of & 36.29 chs W of SE 
cor sd sec th N 6.69 chs to 
Ely In of private rd in 
Beach Grove Sub) also (ex 
com at SE cor Blk 6 Merry- 
wood Pt. th E on extd S In 
of sd Blk 6 59 ft th N to 
pnt on water's edge of lake 
40 ft Ely of NE cor sd Blk 
6 th W alg water's edge to 
NE-eor sd lot 6 th S on E 
In sd lot to pob) pt SEMi 
74.28 acres 14720 

William P. Hansen, beg SE 
corner of Block 6 Merry 
Point Subdivision thence E 
on the S line of said block 
6 contd 59 ft thence Nly to 
a stake 40 ft E of the E 
line of said Block 6 and 
thence Nly on such course 
to such stake condt to 
water's edge oi Lake Marie 
th Wly alg water's edge 
of Lake Marie to the E 
line of Block 6 to the pob 

.320 acre 2960 

Maynard Schneider, W 27 ft 
of th pt lyg adj to & betw 
N & S Ins of Blk 8 of Mer- 
rywood Point extended E 

pt SEy 4l .124 acre 140 

Maynard Schneider, W 32 ft 
of th pt lyg E of & adj Blk 
8 of Merrywood Point lyg 
betw N & S Ins sd Blk 8 
extd E pt SEVa, .147 acre 70 

Section 14-46-9 
Samuel J. Garwood, (ex pt 
N of Rte 173) beg 296.8 ft 
E of NW cor NEV 4 of sd sec 
th S 14 deg E 588 ft S 510 
ft E 290 ft N 107? ft W to 

pob pt NEte, 4 acres 540 

Lilly Wahlquist, bog 1270.8 
ft W & 225.4 ft S 29 deg 
14 min W of NE cor sec S 
42 deg E 90 ft S 45 deg 38 
min W 50 ft N 42 deg W 
90 ft th N 62 deg W to 
lake th N 52 deg E 50 ft th 
SE 121 ft to beg pt NEV 4 

.50 acre 3160 

Charles Skorcpa, beg at a pt 
1270.8 ft W 125.4 ft S 29 
deg 14 min W of NE cor 
Sec 14 S 42 deg E 90 ft S 45 
deg 38 min W 100 ft N 42 
deg W 90 ft N 62 deg W to 
lake N 52 deg E 80 ft SE 
to pob, pt NEVi, 1.25 acres 5910 
Stanley Lucas, beg on N In 
Sec 14 1270.8 ft W of NE 
cor S 45 deg W 76 ft N 80 
deg 27 mm W 81.7 ft. 
ft N 52 deg 15 min E 6S.6 
ft th E 82.8 ft to pob & land 
betw to lake pt NEte .75A 5500 
William H. Gifford. pt N of 
Route 173 of beg 296.8 ft 
E of NW cor NEy* of sd 
sec th S 14 deg E 588 ft S 
510 ft E 290 ft N 1077 ft W 

to pob pt NE Ya, 4 acres 2750 

Ed Vos, Art Trieger 81 James 
McMillen, E 20 rds W 70 
rds N 91 rds NWy 4 , 11. 37 A 620 
Ed. Vos. J. McMillen & Art 
Trieger, W 50 rds N 91 rds 
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Name j Description Aas'd ValJ 
^NW%V 28.44 Aftcrtti ,...;;.-.:: 1380 
Wm.M. 8aG , iP^tfford, (ex 
jcoih at prit dii ^lh^NW%" 
isd sec 91 rds'S^df »NW cor! 
thof th S onjsdiWilhil370 ft 
mol to S In <of <ppty desc in 
=Doc 233073 Itii^E on ad S 
laito E In nW& ad sec ith 
N onsdEln toipnt 1980 ft 

5 of NE corjad Wacc th W 
■; ^330 ftithNtoStoNOl rds 

<sd 'Vi sec th W ori;S In ad 
W ^91 rda to nob) that pt 
desc in Doc 233073 pt, 8.72 
ticrcSi «n.i<ii(«4'*M4tiitit»»*itii u>m* 

Wm.lH. i& G, P. (Gifford, (ex> 
com at*inters ofSlIn N 91 
rds with E In NWWi ad sec 
th W 330 ft to pobith N to 
pnt 660 ft S of N In ad NW | a 
% th W 330 ft thi!f660 ft to i 
N In ad %* ace ith W on ad 
N In to pnt 70<rdsE of NW. 

.cor, ad Va sec th S to S In . 
sd N 91 rds th E on ad 9 
In to pob) com at pnt 70 
rda E of W !ln ad sec th S. 
91 rda th E 1920.2 ft th N 
to pnt that '.iJai'S 14 deg E 
588 ft from a pnt on N In 
NEV-4 sd. aec 290.8 ft E on 
NW cor ad NEW th N 14 
-— deg-W 588ft-tO-NJn^3d,NE 
Va th W on ad N In to pob 
pt, 30.10 acrea ;. 

Richard Kirschbaum, 100 ft 
N& Sby70ftE& Weast 

6 adj lot 7 Country Club 
Add (280D369), .35 acre.... 

A. Turner, 50 ft B & W by 

100ft N & SW 8c adj lots 47 

t & 48 Country Club Add 

(280 D 404), .25 acre 1510 

Walter T. Laraon, c/o Thomas 

H. Haaty, tri strip lying N 
& adj to Lot 15 Runyard 
Add to Garwood Lake 
Marie Sub..02 acre 14ft 

Christ M. Faulhaber. 32 ft 
strip lying N 8c adj to Lot 
14 Runyard Add to Gar- 
wood Lake Marie Sub 
.044 acre 140 

Mrs. A. G, Wallin 32 ft strip 
lying N & adj to lot 13 
Runyard Add to Garwood 
Lake Marie Sub. .044 acre 140 

Arthur B. Trleger, -Tr., NWy 4 

SWy4, 40 acres 1380 

Arthur B. Trieger. Tr., (ex 

nwv4 swy 4 ) swy4. 120A 830 

James Carroll, (ex land desc 
in 156D487 &e* 158D190 & 
ex Forbrich's Sub & ex 
Forbrich's 2nd Sub) also 
(ex that pt SEWi Sec 14- 
46-9 daf com at pt N 88 deg 
34 min W 60 ft from NW 
cor of Lot 46 Forbrich's 

• 2nd Sub th N 88 deg34 min 

W 36.67 ft th N 35 dog 31 

min E 65.44 f t th S 1 deg 26 

min W 54.2 ft to pob & land 

adj to Lake & Channel lyg 

N of Sly In extended Wly 

& W of Ely In extd Nly) 

also (ex that pt SEVi Sec 

14-46-9 daf com at pt N 

88 deg 34 min W 60 ft from 

NW cor Lot 46 Forbrich's 

2nd Sub the N 88 deg 34 

man W 36.67 ft fch S 35 deg 

31 min W 120.75 ft th S 

88 deg 34 min E 104.32 ft 

th N 1 deg 26 min E 100 ft 

to pob & land adj on W to 

lake or channel & lyg 

betw Sly & Nly Ins extd 

Wly) all S of Lake Marie 

& outlet (ex pt descd in 

Doc 549884 S'/., 33.64 acres 3210 

Rov J. Urbanck. that pt SE 
!:'i Sec. 14-46-9 daf com at 
pt N 88 deff 34 min W 60 
ft from NW cor of Lot 46 
Forbrich's 2nd Sub th N 
88 deg 34 min W 36.67 ft 
th N 35 deg 31 min E 
65.44 ft th S 1 deg 20 min 
W 54.2 ft to pob 5c land adj 
to lake & channel lyg N of 
Sly In extd Wly & W of 
Ely In extd Nly. .02 acre 140 
Harry R. Koch that pt SEy 4 
sec 14-46-9 daf com at pt N 
88 deg 34' W 60 ft from NW 
cor lot 46 for Forbridhs 2nd 
sub th N 88 deg 34* W 36.67 
ft the S 88 deg 34' E 
104.32 ft th N 1 deg 26' 100 
ft to pob & land adj on W to 
Lake or Channel & lyg 
betw Sly and Nly Ins extd 
Wly .17 a 550 

P. A. Kulas & J. Iversen th 

pt SEV* desc in doc 549884 550 

James Carroll (ex com at pt 
wh is N 88 deg 34* W 60 
ft & S 1 deg 26' W 160 ft.fr 
NW cor lot 46 in Louis For- 
brich's 2nd sub th N 88 
deg 34' W 149.9 ft th S 35 
deg 31' W 148.7 ft th S 88 
deg 34' E 221 ft th N 9 dog 
38' E 50 ft th N I deg 26 s 
E 73.7 ft to POB) & (ex 
James Carroll Sub) pt 
descd in 156D487SEy4 1.27a 280 
G. P. Block com at pt wh is N 
88 deg 34' W 60 ft & S 1 
deg 26' W 160 ft fr NW cor 
lot 46 in L. Forbroch's 2nd 
sub th N 88 deg 34' W 149.9 
ft th S35dcff 31' W 148.7 ft 
th S 88 deg 34' E 221 ft th 
N 9 deg 38' E 50 ft th N 1 
deg 26' E 73.7 ft to POB 
pt SE»/4 .44 a 140 

Mrs. Estella Bock land descd 
in 156D 326 NEy 4 & NEtt 
SE 1 /. 60 a 340 

Ray Lasco Nȣ NEVi 80 a 2100 

State of Illinois (ex NEVi) 
all E of Fox River 337.72 a 
L. P. Yopp SVt NEy 4 80 a 
R. A. Franzen dot 3 NWy 4 

68.28 a 
Jens Agger lot 4 SWVi 74 a 
Carey Properties lot 5 40 a 
111. Synod of United Luth. 
Church lot 7 40 a 
Do lot 8 40 a 
Jens Agger lots 9 & 10 80a 
Oluf G. Oberg lot 11 40 a * 
Carey Properties lots 12 & 

80 a 
Jens Agger lot 14 40 a 

Do lots 15 & 16 80 a 
S. E. Bowles. Tr. com at SE 
cor NE'/i NEVt sd sec, th S 
88 deg 30' W 1700 ft alg 
S In NM» sd NEVi th N 1 
deg 30' W 770 ft th N 88 deg 
30' E 935.7 ft th N 83 deg 
44' E 602 ft th N 88 deg 
30' E to cenln Fox River 
th SEly alg cenln sd River 
to E In sd NE'/* th S on sd 
E In to POB prt lots 1 & 2 
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Richard ,C, Burton (ex com at 
SE cor NEy« NE^sd aec th 
S88dcg30VW*1700ft!alglS 
InNtt sdNEVi th^lpsg 

M 935:7 f t th N483Meg **' E 
602 ft ithN 588 deg 30' E to 
cenln 4Fox JRlver; th SEly 
alg icenln sd River to E In 

sd NEVi th S on sd E In to 
>POB) lots 1, 2, 3 8t 4 132.50 

c!tL Stevens N 1 ^ 'NEy 4 80 a 
^DolXex^pt convd to L. J. 
Blakeman iby Quit Claim 
deed dated U-6-40' & reed 

4ln 487D94 as doc 491386) 
pt^lot 1 sec 21 Alex Wol- ■■: 
cbtts Survey of the former Al 
bed of Pistakee Lake ;-ln# 
Town 46^ S% NE> 1# 

C.;L. Stevens Nfc NW# *0 a 

State iof Illinois ( ex E W SVi 
-NWy 4 40 ai - W'-M 
Do NWy 4 SW M 40 a 

C. Bayard Sheldon (ex com 
at SE cor SW% SW% ad 
sec th N on E In thof 1044.02 
ft th S 79 deg 56* W 1057,36-! 
ft thS 69 deg 41* W to W 
In sd Vi V4 sec th S on.sd W 
In to S m sd V% V* aec th 
E on sd S In to POB) SWtt 
SW% 11.63 a . * -:* , 

George De Hasaenstein com 
at SE^cor "SWy4 _ SW% — 
ad sec th N of E In thof 
1044.02 ft th S 79 deg 58' 
W 1057.36 ft th S 69 deg- 
41' W to Win ad Va Va aec 
th S on ad W In to S In 
sd Va ttsec th E on ad S In 

to pob pt swy 4 sw% 

28.37 a 

State of Illinois (ex lake & 
ex pt descd in 181D84) all 
E of Fox River 65.46 a 

Walter Hanus co mon N bank 
of Fox River 100 ft E of 
where new era tel In cross- 
es sd river th N 100 ft E 
50 ft S 100 ft to Fox River 
th Wly alg river to pt of 
beg pt SWy 4 
Do com 150 ft E of where 
new era tel In crosses Fox 
River th N 100 ft E 50 ft 

5 100 ft to River Walg Riv- 
er to pob pt swy 4 

Harry & Louise Lynn com- 
200 ft E of where new 
era tel In crosses Fox Riv- 
er th N 100 ft E 50 ft S 
100 ft to River Wly alg riv- 
er to pob swy 4 

Leo J. Grasse beg on N bank 
of Fox River 250 ft E of 
new era tel " in pole th N 
100 ft Ely 58 ft S 100 ft 
to river bank Wly alg bank 

to p. o. b. swy 4 

John B. Converse beg on N 
bank of Fox River 308 ft 
E of new era tel In pole th 
N 100 ft Ely 57 ft S 100 ft 
to river bank Wly alg bank 

to pob pt swy 4 

Lars E. Lundgoot beg on N 
bank of Fox River 365 ft E 
of new era tel line pole th 
N 100 ft Ely 275 ft S 100 ft 
to river bank Wly alg bank 

to pob pts wy 4 

Geo. W. Wilbe beg on N bank 
of Fo xRiver 640 ft E of 
new era tel In pole th N 
100 ft Ely 275 ft S 100 ft 
to river bank Wly alg bank 

to pob pt swy 4 

C. L. Stevens lots 2 & 3 sec 
22 Wolcolts survey of the 
former bed of Pistakee 
Lake in twn 46-9 being th 
pt NW^j sd sec 22 lyg 
W of Fox River (ex th pt 
thof convd by Burton A. 
Stevens & wife to George 
H. Nelson & Lizzie Nelson 
his wife by quit claim deed 
reed Oct. 21, 1910 in off 

■ of Recorder of Deeds of 
Lake Co. 111. in bk 181 of 
deeds pg 95 as doc 131901) 

6 (ex pt convd to L. J. 
Blakeman and wf by quit 
claim deed dated 11-6-40 
& reed in 467D94 as doc 
491386) 41 a 

State of Illinois (ex pt lyg in 
lot 1 Wolcotts survey sec 
21-46-9) th S 46 a of the 
folg comb & adj tracts tak- 
en as 1 tract lot 1 of Wol- 
cotts survey sec 21-46-9 & 
lot 3 of Wolcotts suvey sec 
22-46-9 pt NWy 4 42 a 

J. Galowitch N 8 rds E 10 rds 
W of River NWy 4 .50 a 

Edward G. Walter pt of tract 
called Rohema descd as fol- 
com at pt N 37% deg E 
640.4 ft from SW cor frl 
sec 27 & 1220 ft E & 216 
ft S of N'/i sec cor of sd 
sec 27th N 75 deg W 351.5 ft 
N 13 deg E 154.5 ft N 79% 
deg E 258 ft N 34 deg E 
209 ft N 3 deg 30' E 440 ft 
N 87 deg E 610 ft S 60 deg 
E 355 ft S 17 deg W 94.5 
ft S 78 deg W 241 ft S 37 
deg W 732 ft S 23 deg W 
289 ft S 10 deg W 160.5 ft 
S 8 deg W 122.5 ft Wly 229 
ft N 5 deg 46' W 352 ft 
N 81 deg 5' W 263 ft N 14 
deg 20' E 200 ft to POB 
(ex pt in sec 27) 6 a. 

James Carroll (ex Forbrichs 
3rd sub) pt lake N'/fe frl 
N% 119.50 a 

Carl E. Reichenbach (ex E 48 
acs) & (ex Lake) SMs frcl 
NVfe 31.61 a 

Do (ex Grass Lake Islands) 
E 48 acs SVfe frcl N% 45.18 



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Name ^Description SAtt'dVal.; 

lntsh ot )N -In" with ^«bvtv 
meander In thS 16 deg E , 
alg sd meander In 214.8 ft 
th E pari to sd N In ?150 it- 
th N 16 deg W on a In to a 
pnt on sd hi th is S 16 deg 
E167ftfrsdNlnthE,parl 
to sd N4n!30 ft th N48 deg- y 
W 187 ft to sd Nln thW*n : 
sd N In to POB pt SH S% 
:75 a : 2780 

Bernard M. Long S 02.5 ft 
N 280 ft W 140 it iEi643 St 
ptSWNtt S% i20* i 140 

Paul Krok N 62.8 ft of W 140 
it E 643 ft S% NEYa SEVa 
20* 140 

Steve MtkulaS 62.5 ft N 187.9 
ft W 140 it E 643 ft S% 
NEtt SEVt i20 a- i 1 5090 

Joseph Far r in lot 3 Wolcott's 
survey [(ex/N^ 331.38 it 
S 662.76 ff).!S^SWi 131.02 a 2130 

Frame Back MFg Co. lot 3 
^Wolcott's survey N 331.38 
ft S 682.76ft S%S% 13.08a 860 

Minnie Smith vacated' lots 176 
to -88 Incl Heart-O-Lakes 
sub & N 280 ft vac Mills 
St. doc 653787 pt SE% 3,30 

.-a "■■'-■' i ;:in;?13140 

William Schblz (ex lot 3 Wol- 
cotts survey) S' 682.78 ft 
S% S% 18.99 a •;-.■'■ 1420 

C. A. & 'M. C. Rathbone com 

at a pt on N-ln,414-ft_W„of E . ■> 
lnth S 167ftthW 225 ft : . , 
thN187ftto sd Ninth 
E 225 ft to POB pt "S% S^ 
.86 a , 70 

Roy Llchter com on W In NE 
Va on N bank of lake N 
288.1 ft E 89.5 ft S to lake 
Wly to beg pt W% NE% .50 
a 8260 

Chas. H. Wiltsie com 89.03 
f t E of pt on W In NEy4 " . 
288.1 ft N of Lake S to Lake 
NEly alg lake 100 ft N 198.8 
ft W 89.4 ft to beg pt Wtt 
NEy* .50 a 9830 

Bluff Lake Lodges Inc. all 
SW of Lake NEy 4 1 a 3090 

James Herman (ex Woodland 
Park sub & ex Grand Bluff 
sub Sc Sylvan Park & pt S- 
W of lake 8t ex com NW 
line at N bank of lake N 
288.1 ft E 178.9 ft S to lake 
Wly to beg & ex pt descd 
in 123D384) & (Ex N 1089 
ft E 400 ft) frl NE*/ 4 80 a 

Joseph Kean N 1089 ft E 400 
ft NEVa 10 a 

R. L. Burch & A. W. Woll- 
pert (ex doc 438919 8c 
438920) E of lake S 2.99 chs 
N 11.38 chs also 2 A W & 
adj descd 261D187 also doc 
132472 NEVa NWtt 6 a 12450 

Harold Koschinsky beg at 
NE cor lot 17 ayling Bluff - 
Park sub on E In NWVa sec 
th Wly on N In lot 17 175 
ft th Nly pari with E In Va 
sec 80 ft th Ely pari with N 
In lot 17 175 ft to E In V* 
sec th Sly 80 ft to POB 
descd in doc 438919 .321 a 2230 

Anthus Attebery beg 80ft N 
of NE cor lot 17 Ayllngs 
Bluff Park sub on E In 
NWVi sec th Wly pari with 
N In lot 17 175 ft th Nly 
pari with E In Va esc 80 ft 
th Ely pari with N In lot 
17 175 ft to E In Va sec th 
Sly 80 ft to POB descd in 
doc 438920 .321 a . 410 

J. W. - H. H. - F. & M. Lange 
2 a SW cor of pt N & E of 
lake EVt NWV* 2 a 4200 

James Carroll (ex Forbrichs 
3rd sub & ex Forbrichs sub) 
pt lake W 9.80 chs N 19.78 
chs W % NW'/4 16.21 a 8530 

Lulu Willey Eugene Herman 

Eleanor Micheli beg at pnt 
419.65" ft E of SW cor th N 
pari to W In 432 ft th E 
pari to S In to Wly In of 
row th N 16 deg 26* W alg 
sd row In 31.30 ft th E pari 
to S In 189.3 ft th N 61 deg 
40' E 260.7 ft to shore of 
Bluff Lake th SEly alg sd 
shore In to E In W% NW/4 
th S alg sd E In to SE cor 
W^ NWVi sec th W on S 
In to pob pt WVt NWy* 9.61 
a 
James Carroll (ex W 9.8 chs 
N 19;78 chs) 8i (ex W 491.65 
ft lyg S of N 19.78 chs) N 
1634.88 ft W& NWy< 13.73 
a 
Lulu Willey & Eleanor Mich- 
elli beg at pnt 419.65 ft E 
of W In & 432 ft N of S 
In th E pari to S In to Wly 
In of row th N 16 deg 26* W 
alg sd row In 31.3 ft th E 
pari to S In 189.3 ft th N 61 
deg 40' E 260.7 ft to shore 
of Bluff Lake th Nly alg 
Shore of Lake to pnt 1014 ft 
due N of S In th W pari to 

5 In to pnt 419.65 ft E of 
W In th S 582 ft to POB pt 
NWy 4 9.5 a 34310 

Lulu Willey-Eugene Herman 

6 Eleanor Michelli cor 13V& 
Iks N of SW cor EVz NW% 
sec N 61 & Va deg E 224 % 
chs N 77 deg E alg rd 197.54 
ft N 30 deg 53' E to Lake 
Shore Wly alg Lake to W 
In sd Vz y» sec S to beg pt 
SEy 4 NWy* 2a '20830 

M. R. Park com 294.3 ft E 



Description iAii'dyalJ 
WW^EWiSW^aecjthJE ! 

185 ft th N 100ft th W *05j 
ft th IS on W InJWpjft^tO: v 
FOB pt N% WH NEtt SW m^ 
% 37 a V m-'i I sWO 
I, iL. Paddock i(ex?S 100 it W 
18Bit)lbe«fltmnt onWJn 
192ft ff oi«W cor SVk^T 
"*k NE% SW% Jd sec |th E 
195 ft 



thN 1108.7 *t«heE90; b 
it tliN 17113 ft thW 265it 
toWlnmS ( 279.7fttoJPOB 
pt N% Wfc NE% JSW34 ; v £■ 
* L072 a 'AH4 J -i -• i -^ W! ! 4330 
Edward Vistain beg at pnt en 
W In 192 f t N of NW c^r S --m 
% W% NEWi SWW sd aec j 
th E 185 it?th N 100 itith 
W165ft toad Win th Son i 
sd Wi In JO© ft]to FOB >pt i &&-1 
W% NE& SWV4 .378a 410 

Edw. & Marie Wiator beg at 
a pt wh is 300.7 ft N & 264 
it'B^of NW cor S% W% 
NEy 4 SWy* aec th E 422.2 
f t to Loof Bros. W In th N 
511 it to Sly In of land 
convd to Cheshire th SWIy 
alg Sly In of Cheshire lot 
259.9 ft to Ely lh Lakeside 
sub .th S on sd Ely In 257.1 ;; 
f t to SE cor sd sub th W 
alg S In ad sub 160ift th S 
171.3 ft tojpob :pt N% W 
^ NE% SW% 2.5 a *380 

D..E. Francisco com at NE cor 
lot 19 Lakeside sub th SO rr 
deg 6* E 92.9 ft th N 71 deg i 
27' E 259.0 ft th N 2 deg 
30' W 181 ft to a pt In N 
In SWV« frl sec 836.9 ft W 
of NE cor thof th E on the 
sd N In 34 ft MOL to th 
Shore of Bluff Lake th Nly 
alg th Shore of sd lake to . 
a pt wh is N 59 deg 04' E 
from a pt on th N In sd frl 
Va sec 661.9 ft W of NE cor 
thof th S 59 deg 04' W 43 
ft mol to sd N In th S 2 deg 
30' E 53.5 ft th S 59 deg 04' 
W 193.0 ft th S 26 deg 28' E 
19 ft the W 60 ft to lh pob 
pt W% frl sec 7840 

L. H. Crosby & Hildgard Mel- 
zer W 60 ft com in cen sec 
E. 30ft S 45ft W 200ft N to 
Lake E alg lake to pt N of 
beg S to beg pt cen sec .25 
a 2070 

Bluff Lake Lodges (ex E 170 
ft) pt SE of Lake E¥t NW 
Va .50 a 3100 

Lula Willey 8c Eugene Her- 
man and Eleanor Michelli 
N 132 ft E 330 ft WV& 
SW% 1 a 2890 

Charles G. Paddock (ex N 
132 ft E 330 ft) N 10 chs & 
(ex E 160 ft S 70 ft N 202 
ft) W% SWy4 19.23 a 6870 

Bluff Lakes Lodges Inc. (ex 
pt lyg S of cen In of sar 18 
& N of cen In of Old Grass 
Lake Rd) all N of rd & W 
of Pesat's sub (ex W 30 ft 
N 45 ft) & (ex N 250 ft 
17.436 a 33620 

John Steitz com at a pt on W 
In lot 9 Resats sub 250 ft S 
of Shore of Bluff Lake th 
Wly 150 ft th Nly pari with 
W In of lot 9 to Shore Bluff 
Lake th Ely alg Shore Bluff 
Lake to NW cor lot 9 th Sly 
alg W In lot 9 to POB pt 
SEy 4 E 150 ft) pt SEWi .75 



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Charles G. Paddock (ex pt 
lot 2 Wolcotts survey) NVt 
NVj. SEMi 22.40 a 3090 

Charles C. & Anna Paddock 
Nte lot 2 sec 23 Walcotts 
survey of former bed of 
Pistakee Lake twp 46-9 
17.68 a 220 

Mrs. Minnie Smith SVfc lot 2 
sec 23 Wolcott's suvey S 
Vi N% S'/fe 16 a 340 

Chas. G. & Anna Paddock N 
% Wk SW frl Va sec 23 
twp 46-9 lyg E of Grass 
Lake 10.64 a 140 

John W. Flowers, Jr. S 62.5 
ft N 125 ft W 140 ft E 643 
ft pt SVi NVi SEy 4 .20 a 140 

Mrs. Minnie Smith (ex lot 50 
Heart O* Lakes sub) & (ex 
W 140 ft thof) N 250 ft E 
643 ft S& NEy 4 SEy 4 2.72 
a 410 

Antonio . Renello Jr. (ex N 
31.2 ft Wly 150 ft) com at 



& 114 ft N of SW cor EM- 
NWy 4 sec N 79 deg 38' E 
47 ft N 50 deg 56' E to Lake 
NWIy alK lake to pt N 30 
deg 53' E from beg Slv to 
beg pt SE'/ 4 NW& .25 a 690 

Carl E. Reichenbach (ex 
Grass Lake Islands) W 
491.65 ft of thptlygSof N 
19.78 chs of W% NWy 4 7.50 
a 1790 

Donald E. Francisco Sr. com 
at pt 661.9 ft W of NE cor 
SWVi frl sec th S 2 deg 30' 
W 53.5 ft th S 59 deg 04* W 
193.0 ft th N 26 deg 28* W 
90 ft th N 59 deg 04* E 248 
ft MOL to Shore of Bluff 
Lake th Sly alg th Shore of 
Lake to a pt which is N 59 
deg 04' E of th pob th S 
59 deg .04' W 43 ft mol to 
th POB pt W^ frl sec 
.50 a 2750 

Georgia M. Van Patten (ex 
W 60 ft) com in cen sec E 
30 ft S 45 f t W 200 ft N to 
Lake E alfi Lake to pt N of 
bog's to beg pt cen sec- .25 
a 690 

Sylvia Vestain beg at a pt in 
W In 92 ft N of NW cor Sy 4 



William Scholz S 662.76 ft th 
pt lyg W cen of Grass Lake 

Rd swy 4 swy 4 7.ei a 

Herbert J. Gentzen com at pt 
in cen in of Grass Lk Rd 
wh is 65.02 f t S & 204.88 ft 
W of pt of int of sd cen in 
with E In of SW>/ 4 SW'A th 
SWIy alg cen In of Grass 
Lk Rd 370.5 ft to a pt wh is 
171.55 ft S & 327.81 ft W of 
POB th S 33 deg 50' E 290 
ft th N 62 deg 23' E 307 
ft th N 21 deg 27' W 290 ft 
to POB pt SW% SW'/ 4 2.25 
a 

Frame Back Mfg. Co. (ex Far- 
rin's sub on Grass Lake Rd) 
& (ex com at inter sen of 
cenln Grass Lake Rd & E 
In SW% SWy 4 sd sec th 
SWIy alg cen In sd rd to 
pnt in sd rd that is 327.81 
f t W & 171.55 ft S of POB 
th S 33 deg 50' E 290 ft th 
N 62 deg 23' E 307 ft th N 
46 deg 35' E 136.45 ft to 
pnt on sd E In 241.38 ft S 
of POB th N 241.38 ft to 
POB,) pt lyg SEly of Gross 
Lake Road SWy 4 SWy 4 
1.54 a 280 

Minnie R. McDonnel (ex Wly 
30 ft thof) com at intsn of 
cen In Grass Lake Rd & E 
In SWy 4 SWy 4 sd sec th 
SWIy alg cen In sd rd to 
pnt 65 ft S & 204.88 ft W of 
POB th S 21 deg 27' E 290 ■ 
ft th N 46 deg 35' E 136.45 
ft to pnt on E In sd Va 
Va sec 241.38 ft S of POB 
th N on sd E In 241.38 ft to 

pob pt swy 4 swy 4 .as a 140 

Robert Kelly (ex W 165 ft N 
208.7 ft S 300.7 ft N% W 
% NEy 4 SWy 4 4 a 4880 

Miss Helen A. Janoch E 160 
ft S 70 ft N 202 ft NW% 
SW% .25 a 3440 

Mrs. Minnie Smith (ex lot 
137 Heart O'Lakes sub) & 
(ex beg at a pt 33 ft W of 
& 413.38 ft N of SE cor th 
N 100 ft th W 140.37 ft th 

5 100 ft th E 140.24 ft to 
POB) & (ex beg at a pt 30 
f t N & 33 ft W of SE cor 
th N 107.38 ft th W 139.9 
ft th S 107.29 ft th E 139.76 

ft to pob svfc Nwy 4 swy 4 

19.335 a 2200 

Wm. S. & Esther Dunworth 
Beg at a pt 33 ft W & 413.38 
ft N of SE cor th N 100 ft 
th W 140.37 ft th S 100 ft 
th E 140.24 ft to pob pt S 
Vi NW% SWy 4 )490D240) 
.32 a 410 

Do beg at & pt 30 ft N of 

6 33 ft W of SE cor th N 
107.38 ft th W 139.9 ft th S 
107.29 ft th E 139.76 ft to 

pob pt svt Nwy 4 swy 4 

(400D24O) 3.45 a 5770 

Dante Corsifilia com at SW 
cor NE% SW>/ 4 sec E 10.88 
chs N 2'A deg W 5 chs W 
10.66 chs S to pt of beg pt 
NEVi SWy 4 5.25 a 5020 

Theris V. McCarthy & Rosa- 
lyn Perkins W 20 rds N 24 
rds SEy 4 SW% 3 a 5090 

Bluff Lakes Lodges Inc. (ex 



Name ( : : D^icrlpllon g ;&$VA Vati 

^ip^lygiSof cen In of Sar 18 p 
ic N of cen In of Old Grass j; 
Lake Rd) 8t (ex 185D404) 
8t ((exN*5it«170it)all 
N of rd «t '»E%i>EK SWtt N ^ 
18.639 a w p 38270 

Edw. O. Adamowskl com at 
pt in cen of Old Grass Lake 
Rd 1736.6 ft'S of NW cot of 

I SE%; sec 24- th N 70 degi 
8' E 860.5 tf th N 16 deg 
24' W 28.5ft toicen'Sarp ! 
th SWIy alg cen sd Sar 18 

I 818 ft \to Wiln^d 1SE% *h 

1 contg alg icen ln^sd^Sar |1| ; • 
537* ft vth^S Vt deg >E 60 
ft \to cen ibf *d Old Grass 
Lake Rd th Ely alg cen >sd ; 
Old Grass Lake Rd 528 ft , m Ji 
to! POB pt:S% 3.17 a 4530; 

Geo Wolf 3 a descd *ln D : }^:£ 
314751 3a ^ ; 10310 

Mrs. Minnie Smith all th pt | ]' 
EV4 SW% jsec 24^8-9 lygm; 

L of icen In ot present paved 1 
black topped pub hwy & S 
-of cen In of th parcel or r 
strip formerly used 8e occu- . J, 
pied at the pub hwy 489410 140 

Mr. and Mrs.iN.A. Schreiber .j 1 , 
pt descd in ll55D404ptWfc ^M 
SE%5.50a 10970 

Edw, O. Adamowskl beg at 
a pt on W In of % % sec r 
909.5 ft N of SW cor sec S 
241 ft on W line of ad WY* >"■ i 

~ sec N 87 deg E 378 ft NW4y^ _ _ _ 
344.5 ft to cen rd SWIy 
387.7 ff to POB (ex W 33 ; . j 
ft pt SWV* SE% 2 a 7910 

George Diamond Inc. beg at 
NE cor th W on N In 110 
ft th S 38 deg 30' W 550.03 
ft th S 23 deg 30' W 955.5 ft 
to S In th E on S In to SE 

cor thof th N to POB pt SE 
Va SEy 4 13.10 a 

Charles M. Smith pt in NW 
cor lyg NWIy ofJBoat chan- 
nel pt SEV» SEY 4 .35 a 
Section 25 

I. B. Lucas NEy 4 NEy 4 40 a 

Chas. Yopp Est. W 10 rds E% 
NWy 4 10 a 

Jos. Yopp (ex W 10 rds) E% 
NWy 4 70 a 

L. P. Yopp (ex S 566.78 ft W 
330 ft) & (ex pt W of Rd) 
NW% NW% 34.57 a 
Do S 208.68 ft N 943.9 ft 
W 330 ft NWy 4 NW% 1.34 a 

Geo. 8c Evelyn Sedivec S 
358.1 ft W 330 ft NWy 4 
NW% 2.70 a 

Frank A. Bailey S 140 ft 

*-% 311.14 ft N*i N% NWy 4 

swy 4 1 a 

William Scholz S Va SW 1 /* 40 a 
Wm. Scholz (ex 332D501) 8t 
(ex com at pt on W In NW 
y 4 SWy 4 sd sec 683.8 ft S , 
of NW cor thof th S 89 deg 
34' E to E In sd Va Va sec 
th N on sd E In to NE cor of 
S% of sd y 4 y 4 sec th W on 
N In of S Va sd y 4 Va sec 
to W In sd Va Va sec th , 
S on sd W In to pob) 
S% NW'/i SWy 4 16.23 a 1380 

Roger J. Gilday beg at a pt 
683.3 ft S of NW cor SW'/ 4 
sec th S 89 deg 34' E 400 
ft th S 21 deg 44' W 405.7 
ft th N 89 deg 34' W to W 
In th N on W In to POB pt 
NW% SW% 3 a 890 

Wm. Scholz beg at SW cor th 
3990 E on S In 148.3 ft th N 21 
deg 44' E 272 ft th N 89 deg 
34' W to W In th S on W 
In to POB pt NWy 4 SW'/ 4 
1 a 140 

Robert H. Hart com at a pt 
on W In NW/4 SWy 4 sd sec 
683.8 ft S of NW cor thof th 
S 89 deg 34' E to E In sd Va 
Va sec th N on sd E In to 
NE cor of S 3 / 4 of sd Va Va 
sec th W on N In of S% 
sd Va Va sec to W In sd sec 
th S on sd W In to POB pt 

5 % NW'/i SW'/ 4 10.77 a 5440 
Wm. Scholz ex Petite Pk 

SEy 4 SW/4 36 a 1100 

Marguerite Arnold N 16,5 ft 
of W 150 ft & N 114 ft of E 
180 ft of pt daf com at int 
of E In Rena Ave with N In 
Richmond Ave (Blunt 
Park sub) th E alg N In 
Richmond Ave 20 rds th N 
16 rds th W 20 rds to E In 
Rena Ave th S 16 rds alg E 
In Rena Ave to POB pt NW 
Va SEVa .47 a 6050 

R. W. Yancey (ex Cedar Crest 
sub) all E of Lake SM- SE'/ S 
9 a 1240 

Section 26 
Arthur Trieger pt lake N 
13.14 chs NE'/4 (ex S 400 
ft N 32.97 chs NE frac Va) 

6 (ex Triegers sub) S 19.83 
chs N 32.97 chs NEy 4 (ex 
com at stake in SEly cor lot 
1 Triegers sub th" Nly alg 
Ely In sd sub 75 ft th E 
pari to N In NEy 4 sd sec 
100 ft th Sly pari to Ely In 
sd sub 50 ft th E to W In 
Sar 18 th S on W In sd rd 
25 ft th W 1025 ft to POB) 
& (ex 1st Addn to Trie- 
gers sub) & (ex doc 558619) 
29,297 a 280 

Charles W. Haling com at 
stake in SE cor lot 1 Trie- 
gers sub to Nly alg Ely In 
sd sub 75 ft th E pari to N 
In NEy 4 sd sec 100 ft th Sly 
pari to Ely In sd sub 50 ft 
th E to W In Sar 18th S on 
W In sd rd 25 ft th W 1025 
ft to POB pt NE'/ 4 .703 a 280 

Ray Preganzer (ex N 375 ft 
E 400 ft) S 400 ftn 32.97 chs 
frl NE'/i 9 a 54170 

Ray Preganzer (ex pt descd 
in doc 558619) pt descd in 
doc 224664 fr'l NE'A 92 a 7640 

Chas. Haling pt descd in doc 

558619 fr'l NEy 4 .08 a 140 

State of Illinois pt descd doc 

181 385 frl NEy 4 2.75 a 410 

Lewis Preganzer com at NW 
cor lot 22 Rothers sub W to 
Waters edge of Grass Lake 
Sly alg waters edge 200 ft 
M or L th E 615 ft M or L 
to W In of lot 22 Nly alg W 
In of lot 22 to POB pt SW'/ 4 
NE'/ 4 2.25 a 410 

Chas. J. Rothers all land lyg 
dir W & S of the W In of 
SVi lot 22 Rothers sub pt 
SW/4 NEy 4 2.25 a 410 

Lewis Preganzer N 375 ft E 
400 ft S 400 ft N 32.97 chs 
frl NE'/ 4 3.50 a 1460 

Robert H. Hart beg at pt on 
E In 683.3 ft S of NE cor lh 
N 89 deg 34' W to cen of rd 



140 



Name ]0ei«ipt|cn I Aw'dVif. 

~" L th NElyjalrcen iof rd ito ?E 

In th S to FXJB\*pt ;NEM| 

SEy 4 la : -' ■-' 

Roger if. Gilday Jbeg^ai ia pt 
on E In 683.3 ft S of NE cor 
UhiN89MegiW^147j7ft 
to cen of jiub hwy ,lh S 21 
deg 44' W 248.8 ft th [S 54 

.- ideg 14* W alg cen of Ihwy 
25r8ftsth1S^9tdeg34'.| 
ato?E ln}th N to^POBipt NE 
%iSE%!2ja 




A; W. Shunnesan (ex pt lyg 

Ely of cen In Grass Lake 
Rd) com at SE cor NEy4 
SEy 4 sd sec th W on S In 
882J ft^to cen In of nub 
rd th N 4 deg 28' E 121ft th 



340 



N 54 deg ?14^E#7».2?ft ih 

N89deg34'EtoE!nsd% 
Va sec %S to POB pt NE% 



SEy 4 1.5 a 

Wm. Scholz (ex pt lyg Wly of 
cen In Grass Lake Rd) com 
ot SE cor NEy 4 SEy 4 sd 
see th W on S In 682.1 ft to 



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540 



410 
3160 
4670 

3300 



cen In pub rd th N 4 dett 
28"E 121 ft th N 54 deg 1 14* 
E 175.2iith N 89 deg WM 
to E In sd Va % sec th S to 
POBpt NE*4 SE% 2.3^1 ^ 

Morris R. Noethling pt descd 
in(339D343) 

John L. Olson beg at NW cop t 
lot 12 2nd add to Lotus Pk 
th N 81 deg 12' W alg S In 
Hillside Ave 230.4 ft~N 51 
deg 54' W alg Sly In sd at 
137.9 ft thN 36 deg 35' W 
alg sd st 50.7 ft th S 23 deg 
53' W 238,2 ft th N 72 deg 
13' W 120 ft to beg th N 72 
deg 13* W 30 f t th N 23 deg 
S3* E 80 ft to channel th S 
72 deg 13' E 30 ft th S 23 
deg 53' W 80 ft to beg also 
strip for row 25 ft wide 
beg on SWIy in Hillside 
Ave at a pt 425 ft measd alg 
Sly In Wly from NW cop 
lot 12 2nd add Lotus Pk 
th S 23 deg 53' W 238.2 ft 
th N 72 deg 13' W 120 ft 
to SE cor above tract pt 
NVz SEy 4 . 

Mrs. Brozostowski pt descd 

doc 449293 
Edwin S. Orkzesik pt descd 

in doc 472014 pt SEVa .96 a 

Joseph Kalal pt descd in doc 
421844 pt SEyl .90 a 

A. W. Shunneson (ex 2nd add 
to Lotus Park) also (ex N 
100 ft W 400 ft of that pt 
lyg E of & adj lot 1 of Lo- 
tus Park) also (ex pt. lyg 
Ely of Grass Lake Rd) also 
(ex Cemetery) also (ex 339 
D345) also (x 306D44 8c 45) 
also (ex 299D213) also (ex 
376D323) also (ex384D402) 
also (ex W 100 ft E 579 
ft N 165 ft) also (ex beg at 
pnt that is SW 567.05 ft 
from pnt 312.18 ft S of NE 
cor Nfe SEV 4 sd sec th W 
270 ft th SW 150 ft th SE 
277.02 ft to sen S A R 18 
th N 88.09 ft th NE 75 ft 
to POB) also (ex pt lyg Ely 
of pt daf com at SE cor NE 
Va SEVa sd sec th W on S 
In sd Va Va sec 682.1 ft 
to cen In pub rd th N 40 
deg 28' E 121 ft th N 54 deg 
14' E 175.2 ft th N 89 deg 
34' E to E In sd Va Va sec 
th S to FOB) also (ex com 
at intersn of E In Hillside 
Ave & S In extd E of lot 
12 in 1st add to Lotus Park 
th Ely alg S In extd of sd 
lot 12 35 ft th N pari to E 
In of Hillside Ave 50 ft th 
W alg N In e*td of sd lot 12 
35 ft to E In 'Hillside* Ave. 
th S 50 ft to POB) also (ex 
pt lyg E of lots 24 8c 25 
of Lotus Park & W of Far- 
rin's 1st sub 8c S of Chan- 
nel) pt lyg Ely & Nly of 
Hillside Ave N l / 3 SE'/ 4 
29.40 a 

Til lie Matson lot Z Shunner 
sons sub bng that pt of N 
frl % k SE friy 4 sec descd as 
beg at a pt in cen of rd sd 
pt being S 21 deg 30' W 84.1 
ft from a pt on E In of & 
312:2 ft S from NE cor of 
sd N frl Vz SE frl Va sec 
th S 21 deg 30' W 83 ft th 
N 83 deg 40' W 188 ft th N 
62.5 ft th E 195.6 ft MOL 
to POB (376D323) pt N4i 
SEy 4 

G. Adolph Shunneson lot S 
& adj lot Z Sunnesons sub 
(384D402) pt Wk SEy 4 

Mary Hering W 100 ft E 579 
ft N 165 ft NVz SEVa .40 a 

Norman E. Jones com at int3n 
of E In Hillside Ave & S 
lin extd E of lot 12 in First 
Add to Lotus Park th Ely 
alg S In extd of sd lot 12 35 
ft th N pari to E In of Hill- 
side Ave 50 ft th W alg N 
In extd of sd lot 12 35 ft 
to E In sd Hillside Ave th 
S 50 ft to POB pt NVz SEy 4 
.01 a 

Agnes Zeebe beg at pt SW 
567.05 ft from a pt 312.18 
ft S of NE cor N% SEVa 
sec th NW 270 ft SW 150 ft 
SE 277.02 ft to cen of pub 
rd th N 88.09 ft NE 75 ft to 
pob pt N l A SEVa, 1 acre 

Arnold Shunneson pt descd 
in 306D44 and 45 N& 
SEV 4 

Stella Mann Orians pt descd 
in 299 D 213 N'A SEV* 

William Scholz E% SEy 4 SE 
y 4 20 a 

Emma Setter com at SE cor 
lot 17 in 2nd add to Setter's 
sub th S 72 deg 22' E 497.6 
ft th N 52 deg 25' E 280.8 
ft th N 88 deg 25' E 303 to 
Westernmost cor of ppty 
desc in doc 547183 th S 26 
deg 9' E 289.4 ft to iNly 
row Ln Grass Lake Road th 
Wly alg Nly In sd Grass 
Lake Rd 1793.6 ft MOL to 
its ints with SEly In of ppty 
desc in doc 550946 th N 54 
deg 11' E 47.6 ft th N 35 
deg 49' W 307.1 ft to SEly 
In of Lake Rd th NEly alg 
SEly row In sd Lake Rd to 
most Wly cor of ppty desc 
in doc 772355 th S 35 deg 
49* E 123.66 ft to most Sly 
cor of ppty so desc in doc 
772355 th N 54 deg 11' E 
1567 ft th N 56 deg 3* W 
130.2 ft th N 34 deg 29* W 
(Continued on following page) 



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(continued from preceding page) 
iName : ^DtKripKon % Au'd Vat 
40,7 ft most Wly cor lot 1 fin 1^11 
2nd add to Setter's sub afsd 
th SWSSBS^E alg Sly In ad 
lot*U4»ft*e tha76 deg 26' 
E 192 ft to pob alio com 
at pnt on E In W% of SMi .XL :^ 
SEV4 ad sec at a pnt 887.4 
ft S fr NE cor thof bng SE 



cor of ppty desc in doc 849 
384 th W alg S In of ppty 
so deac in doc 6*9384 291:8 







500 



1200 

410 
280 



580 



4950 

890 
2400 
7220 



ft N 44 deg W 68.5 ft to 
SEly row In of Grass Lake 
Rd th SWly alg sd row In 
bng a curved In convey 
SEly rad 1048.2 ft to pnt 
wh la N 20 deg 30* E 180ft 
MOL fr a pnt on S In of St 
1124ftEfrSWcoradSEMi 
th S 20 deg 30» W 180 f t to 
S In sd Ya sec the E 850 ft 
MOL to SE cor WW sd % 
sec thN 427.1 ft to POB pf ;| 
SWV4 &ptSEV4 24.154 a . 
Frank it Josephine Favuxzi 
beg at a pt 34 deg 29' W 
40.7 ft from SW cor lot 1 
2nd add to Selters sub th S 
88 deg 1' E 130.2 ft to a pt 
which Is 47.2 ft from Sly In 
of sd lot 1 thiS 64 deg IV 
W 180.7 ft th N 35 deg 4ft* , 
W 123.66 ft to SEly In of 
Selter's sub th M 54 deg IV 

: e lie ftto poBpt swy4 " 

SEV* .373 a 

George Cervanka com at a pt 
' on Sly In of & 661.5 ft E 
from, SW cor SEYa frl sec 
th E alg S In thof 298.5 ft 
th Nly alg a In forming it NE 
angle of 70 deg 5' with S In 
sd SE% frl sec a distance 
of 143 ft to the S In of 
Grass Lake rd No 18 th 
Wly alg sd S In of Grass 
Lake Rd 346.9 ft th S 138.S 
ft to pob descd doc 469733 
1 a 

Mrs. Maude E. Heine beg at a 
pt in Sly In Lake Rd wh 
the NEly In lot 25 1st addn 
to Selter's sub ints sd Sly 
In th S 52 deg 42' E 277.1 
ft to Nly In of Grass Lake 
Rd th W alg sd Nly In sd 
rd 465.2 ft th NEly 301.5 
ft to POB pt SW% .921 a , • 

WalterPapenfus (ex E 83 ft) 
th pt Ig S of S In sar 18 
SW% SW% .37 a 

Edward H. Hildebrandt th pt 
lyg S of S In sar 18 of the 
E 83 ft SW% SWtt & W 83 
ft SEV4 SWV4 .50 a 

Lillian G. Ackerman th pt lyg 
S of Sly row In sar 18 of E 
33 ft SWtt 8c W 33 ft SEft 
ptStt 

Geo. Gcib th pt lyg S ofSly 
row In sar 18 of 121.2 ft W 
154.2 ft SEV4 

Paul Portmich th pt lyg S of 
Sly row In sar 18 of W 
120.4 ft E 153.4 ft SW% 

Blazej Stepien, beg at pt 
650 (ft W of and 358.9 ft 
ft S of NE cor th S pari to 
S of NE cor th S pari to 
E In 218.6 ft th S 76 deg 11* 
W 235 ft th S 48 deg 42' W 

182.6 ft th N 26 deg 9' W 
289.4 ft th N 58 deg 13' E 

241.7 ft th N 89 deg 41' E 
287 ft to POB (ex pt in row 
S. A. R. 18) descd in doc 
547183 pt S*A SEY* 2.12 a 

Walter Selter beg at pt 650 ft 
W & 577.5 ft S of NE cor 
th S 76 deg IV W 235.4 ft 
th S 38 deg 13* W 223.7 ft 
th S 44 deg E 108.7 ft th 
E 291.8 ft th N 309.9 ft to 
POB (ex pt in row S. A. 
Rt. 18) descd in doc 549384 
pt S% SEy 4 1.67 a 

Wm. & Joanne Bird com at 
SE cor 1st add Selters sub 
th S 54 deg 11' W alig SEly 
In extd of Lake Rd. 51.5 ft 
to N In Grass Lake Rd th 
W alg N In sd rd 327.5 ft 
to pt of curve th Wly alg 
sd N In Grass Lake Rd 

154.4 ft th N 120 ft to cen of 
Boat Channel th Ely alg 
cen sd Boat Channel to SWly 
In lot 29 in sd sub th SEly 
235 ft to POB pt SMs SEV4 
11.50 a 

Herman Fink com on SEly In 
of Lake Rd in 1st add to 
Selter's sub & on NEly In 
extd of Lot 25 in sub afrsd 
th S 52 deg 42' E 277.1 ft 
to N In Grass Lake Rd th E 
alg sd N In 73.3 ft th N 54 
deg 11' E 47.6 ft th N 35 deg 
49' W 307.1 ft to SEly In sd 
Lake Rd th S 54 deg 11' W 

188.5 ft to POB SYt SVfc 
frac'l 1 a 

Cyrus R. Werda com at pnt 
onS ln*SEy 4 sd sec 924 ft 
E fr SW cor sd SEVi th E 
alg sd S In 200 ft th N 20 
deg 30' E 180 ft MOL to Sly 
In Grass Lake Rd th Wly 
alg sd Sly hi 200ft mol to 
pnt wh is N 19 deg 55' E 
fr POB th S 19 deg 55' W 
146.3 ft to POB SYs SWV4 St 
SYt W% SEV4 .75 a 

George Geib com at pnt on S 
In SEYa sd sec 154.2 ft E fr 
SW cor thof th E alg sd S 
In 100 ft th N pari to W In 
sd «/« sec 139.5 ft to S In 
Grass Lake Rd th W alg S 
In sd rd 100 ft th S 140.5 
ft to POB pt SEYa .32 a 

Herbert Meyer com at pnt on 
S In SEV 4 sd sec 254.2 ft E 
fr SW cor thof th E alg sd 
S In 100 ft the N pari to W 
In sd >/4 sec 138.5 ft to S 
In Grass Lake rd th W alg 
S in. sd rd 100 ft th S 
139,5 ft to pob pt SEYa 
.32 a 

Emma Selter et al com at pnt 
on S In SEV4 sd sec 354.2 ft 
E fr SW cor thof th E alg 
sd S In 100 ft th N pari to 
W In sd Y\ sec 137.5 ft to 
S In Grass Lake Rd th W 
alg S In sd rd 100 ft th S 
138.5 ft to POB SEVi 32 a 

Vincent A. Block com at pnt 
on S In SEYa sd sec 454.2 ft 
E fr SW cor thof th E alg sd 
Sin 101.9ft th N pari to W 
In sd Ya sec 136.5 ft to S 
In Grass Lake Rd th W alg 
S In sd rd 101.9 ft th S 
137.5 ft to POB pt SE'/4 .32 
a 

Emma Selter & Mr. and Mrs. 
Craven com at NE cor W% 



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410 



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fName Description Asj'd Val. 

SYt SEYa ad sec th W alg 
iN^n^sd -.aWS* iS*iSE*S . 
1173.1 ft to NE cor 2nd add 
ito Selter's sub th S 31 deg 
'4* W alg Ely In sd 2nd add 



888,03 ft to iSEly oor lot 17 
in ad sub thS 72 deg 22' E 
497.6 ft th NJ52 deg 25* E 
260.8 f t th N 88 deg 25 f E 
303 ft to westernmost cor of 
ppty desc in doe 547183 th 
fT58deg 13' EalgNWlyJn 
of ppty so desc in doc 547- 
183 241.7 ft th N 89 deg 41' 
E alg N In ppty so desc 
in doc 547183 287 ft to E 
In sd W% Stt ;SE% 4h N 
alg E In 388,9 ft to FOB 
ptW%1S% SEYa 15 a ., 

Jerry Gerard ipt descd in 135- 
D39 pt W% S%SEV4 1.80 a 
Section 27 ,. 

Edward G. Walter pt descd in 
286D218 known as Blarney 
Island NWtt NEtt 2.50 a 

Frank i Dulleck x (ex^NWly 
107.25 ft) also (ex Lotus 
Pt Bod St Gun Club lot) 
land desc in 128D348 part 
SW% ;25 a 

Harold Korwin that part 
descd in 188D469 .25 a 

Ralph it Bertha Hergott NW- 

Nly 107.25 ft of land desc in 
125D343 part SWtt .50 a 

A. K. Thomson extra land 
descd in 290D45B .21 a 

V. R. Caldwell land descd in 
290D455 .21 a 

Helen Schuenemann land 
descd in 184D034 it land' 
descd in 140D457 & land 

, descd in 139D277 & land 
descd in 140D456 (ex land 
descd in 290D pg 455 & 456 



.1850 
2340, 



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3440 

2750 



6099 
3330 
3340 



pt SWV4 .33 a 
John it Carmella Molose beg 
at pt S In of sec 1588 ft E 



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4820 



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4260 



of SW cor th N at R. A. 25 
f t th N 80 deg 37' E 629.8 
ft th S 19 deg 55* E 135.76 
ft to S In th W on S In 
667.7 ft to POB pt SWV4 
1.10 a 5500 

Mrs. Mabel C. Bell (ex hind E 
R Karminsky com at a pt 
in W line of Bakers lot 31 
ft SEly of SW cor of Sch- 
nur lot Ely 179 ft to a pt 
27 ft SEly of SE cor Sch- 
nurs lot NWly to SE cor 
sd lot Wly 179 ft to SW cor 
lot SEly to P O B also N 15 
ft of land descd in 94D402 
pt SWtt .07 a 3650 

Ruth P. Duecker com at a pt 
on W line Bakers lot 31 
ft SEly of SW cor Schnur 
lot E 89.5 ft NWly 28 ft 
Ely 89.5 ft NWly 3 ft to SE 
cor of Schnur lot W 89.5 ft 
Sly 3 ft Wly 89.5 f t to W 
line of Bakers lot Sly to 
POB with 15 ft rt of way 
to pub rd pt SWy« .08 a 3090 

Walther Relnhart strip of 
land 15 ft W adj on the S 
that pt descd in 94D402 pt 
SWV4 210 

Otto Schueneman beg at a pt 
25 f t N of a pt in S In of 
sec 22.83 chs E of SW cor 
Sec N 80 deg 20' E 609 ft 
N 22 deg W 205.5 ft S 65 
deg W 163 ft S 71 deg 47' 
W 319 ft S 31 deg W 153 ft 
to POB pt SWtt 1.09 a 17460 

Andrew O. Nelson land 
descd in 295D31 pt SWYa 3540 

Otto Schuenemann (ex 140D- 
456 & ex 163D 134) land 
descd in 129 D375 pt SWYa 3580 
Do (ex land descd in 295D 
31) land descd 274D1 23 690 

L. Ft. Warren plat of division 
of Vincent Jackson estate 
pt daf com at NWly cor of 
lot 4 Vincent Jackson's sub 
th N 64 deg 48' W 200 ft th 
N 64 deg 36* W 181 ft th N 
46 deg 50' W 166.9 ft to POB 
th contg N 46 deg 50' W 
50 ft th S 34 deg 14* W 264 
ft th S 46 deg 50' E 50 ft 
th N 34 deg 14' E 264 ft to 
FOB pt lot 3 

E. Jerry Walker beg at SW 
cor lot 4 of Vincent Jack- 
sons sub th N 69 deg 38* 
W 200 ft th N 64 deg 36' W 
181 ft th N 46 deg 50' W 
166.09 ft th N 34 deg 14* 
E 264 ft th N 46° 50' W50 ft 
th N 55 deg 46» W 30 ft for 
a POB th S 34 deg 14' W 
100 ft th N 55 deg 46' W 
50 ft th N 34 deg 14' E 100 
ft th S 55 deg 46' E 50 ft 
to pob (429D310) 

Walther Rcinhart land descd 
in 163D134 pt SWVi .15 a 

Turner Gun Club land descd 
in 323D527 SWV 4 .35 a 

Joseph Che j lava land descd 
in 313D314 SWV4 .35 a 

A. B. Dehmlow com 438% ft 
NW of NE cor lot 4 Jackson 
sub N W50 ft SW 124 ft SE 
50 ft NE 124 ft to POB pt 
SWYa .14 a 

Albert & Betty Sophr com 
488% ft NW of NE cor lot 4 
Jacksons sub th NW 57% 
ft th SW 124 ft th SE 57% 
ft th NE 124 ft to beg pt 
SWYa .16 a 

Haig & Katherine Ohan (ex 
SEly 10 ft thof measd at 
rt angles to NWly In sd lot 
4) beg at most Wly cor lot 
4 Vincent Jacksons sub th 
NWly on SWly In lot 4 
prod NWly 100 ft th NEly 
257 ft to pt wh is 100 
ft NWly of most Nly 
cor lot 4 th SEly 100 ft to 
most Nly cor lot 4 th SWly 
alg NWly In lot 4 249 ft to 
POB pt SWV4 443 a 

Charles Bienman SEly 10 ft 
foil descd ppty measd at rt 
angles to NWly In lot 4 V. 
14240 Jacksons sub beg at most W 
]y cor lot 4 of sd sub th 
NWly on SWly In of sd lot 
4 prod NWly 100 ft th NEly 
257 ft to pt who is 100 ft 
NWly of most Nly cor of 
lot 4 th th SEly 100 ft to 
most Nly cor sd lot 4 th 
210 SWly alg NWly In lot 4 
249 ft to POB pt SWVa .057 
a 
Simon P. Wolfson, land desc 

in 163D80 pt SWV4 t .50A 
Mrs. Enid A. Jones (ex land 
descd in 104 D 634) land 
descd in 158D360 pt SW/4 
.25 acre 
210 Alfred Johnscn land descd 
in 165D146 pt SWVi la 
Mrs. Hattie Sutton land descd 



Name D««ip!ion Aw'd Vol. 

in 137D402jitiSWMi Hal 4100 

Edward G, Walter, that ;pt 1 

called Rohema descd es fol ^ 
com at a pt N 37.5 deg 'E > 
1640.4 it frontiSW^cor (of 
frl tseci!27 lit 51220 if t E & 
216lftfS¥6f?N% sec cor of 
sd sec 27th N 75 deg W 
351.5. ft N 13^deg E 154.8 ^ 
ft -N 70.5 deg E 258 ft^Nt 
34 deg E 209 It N 3 deg 30* 
E 440 ft N 87 deg E 610 ft 
S 60 deg B 3fffT ft S il7' 
deg W 94.5 ft S 78 deg W 
241fft Si37^IegSW^33plS 
23 deg W£89 ft !S 10 deg <± ; 
W 160.5 ftS 8 deg W 122.5 
it Wly 229 ft sto fa stake N 
'5 deg 40' W 352 it N 81 
deg 5' W 263 ft N 14 deg 
20' E 200 ft to FOB (ex pt 
In sec 22) 9.48 a v 

L. E. Langdoh, (ex W 32 ft of 
* N ^1 *d) NW*4 NW% 
9 a 



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C. Bayard & Sylvia Sheldon 
W 32 ft of pt N of rdipt 

NW% NW% la ^ 

Howard Frakes, com at SE 
cor sd Ya Y* % sec th W 
250 ft th N 250 ft th W 333 
ft thN 414.7 ft to N In sd 
YiY* ttsectHEonsdNln 
563 ft to NE cor sd Y* Y* 
Y* sec th S 667.4 ft to POB 
pt NE% SW54 NWV4 7 a 

Homer S. Birdsell W 278 ft 
S408 ftNW% SW% NW'/4 
352D83 2.60 a 



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Section 28 A 

P. J. & J. B. Hoffstetter (ex 
W 278 ft S 408 ft (352D83 
N^ SW'/* NWV4 it (ex 
com SE cor N^ SWV4 NW 
Yk th W 250 ft th N 250 ft 
th W 333 ft th N 414.7 ft to 
Nlnsd^-y* Y\ sec th Eon 
sd N In to NE cor sd % 
Y\ Y* sec th S 687.4 ft to 
POB) Ntt SW'/4 NWWi 10.40 
a 184.80 

Do (ex S 200 ft W 1275 ft) 
S% SWY4 NWV< 14.20 a 

Oharles W. Grisso (ex W 
655.25 ft S 200 ft) SE'/ 4 NW 
Ya 332 

Fox Lake Golf Club NEV4 

SWV4 40 a 
DoW'/i SWV 4 80 a 

Edward Voss SE'/ 4 SW»/4 40 a 
Do (ex Voss Grass Lake 
Gardens) also (ex S 440 ft 
E 544.5 ft of th pt lyg W of 
it adj Voss Grass Lake Gar- 
dens) Wtt SEtt 70.55 a 

Edward A. Voss S 440 ft E 
544.5 ft of th pt lyg W of & 
adj Voss Grass Lake Gar- 
dens pt WVi SEV4 5.50 a 3510 

Section 33 

Lawrence Onestl (ex N 185 
ft W 390 ft) also (ex 1% 
ac sch lot) Ntt NEV4 77.21 a 11560 
Do N 185 ft W 390 ft NVi 
NEV« 1.29 a 140 

Harvey W. Moss (ex S 100 ft 
E 175 ft) & (ex Glen Nages 
sub) pt S Vi NEV 4 60 a 8440 

Nick Nuzzo. S 100 ft E 175 ft 

. SE% NEY4 .40 a 2750 

Lawrence Onesti (ex N 185 
ft) also (ex W 195 ft) NW 
Ya 140 a 27090 

Do N 185 ft also W 195 ft 
pt NW/4 20 a 2610 

Section 34 

Ray & Matilda Pregenzer 
resub Simons Klandike sub 
pt vacated lots 17 to 21 NE 
Ya NE'/4 1 a 180 

Fred Liszeo 100 ft by 100 ft 
betw lots 13 & 14 1st add 
to Simon's Klondike sub 
(405569) SEy* NE'/4 2209 

Lillian G. Ackerman all th 
pt NEVa sec 34 lyg within 
the fol com at a pt 1590 ft 

5 of the N In & 2230.4 ft W 
of E In NWMi sec 35 & 
runng th S 140 ft th S 20 
deg W 500 ft th S 87 deg 
W 1460 ft th N 8 deg E 
to pt dUe W of POB th E 
to pob (contg 18a mol) 18 
a 

A. B. Lindquist com at SW 
cor lot 1 Long Bridge Point 
th N alg W In sd lot I 143.5 
ft th S 43 deg 15' W 504.9 
ft th S 46% ft E 143.5 ft th 
NE to POB & also a strip 
25 ft wide N & adj pt N% 
2.88 a 830 

Weber & Franger (ex pt 
descd in doc no 528105) 

6 (ex Broadleys resub & 
ex land of Grace Vidvards 
& ex land descd in 165D385 
& ex Oakland sub) fr'I W 
Yz NEV4 fr'I EVfc NWtt 33.01 



550 



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620 



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5230 



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3060 



Mrs. Josephine Matson, land 
descd in 165D385 NW 1 /* .50 
acre 

Frank Handzel, (ex S 2 rds 
iz ex W 2 rds for rd) S 
183 ft W 183 ft SW% NW 
Ya, .40 acre 

Richard I. Kaufman (ex S 
183 ft W 183 ft & ex S 333 
ft E 490.3 ft a ex Hillside 
sub & 1st & 2nd add to 
Hillside sub & ex N 464 ft 
& ex 362D465 & 345D401) 
SWV4 NWtt 7.828 a 

Roy B. Seavcy 50 x 150 ft 
descd 362D465 .172 a 

John Stalmerski 175 x 500 ft 
descd 345D401 2 a 

Richard I. Kaufman (ex rds 
& Hillside sub) N 464 ft 
SWtt NWT4 10 -a 

Anna Peterson beg at a pt 
577.5 ft due S of a pt 2044.2 
ft E of NW cor sec 34 on 
N In sd sec Nly 198.9 ft to a 
pt due S of a pt 2065.5 ft 
E of NW cor sd sec E to 
watcrs^edge of Grass Lake 
Sly alg waters edge to a 
pt 577.5 ft S of N In sd 
sec W .to POB descd in 
165D31 NWVi, 1 acre 

Theo Grant com at NW cor 
Wildwood Hillside Ave th 
N 150 ft th W 125 ft th S 
150 ft th E 125 ft to POB 
pt SWtt NW/4 

Anna Peterson beg at a pt 
379.5 ft due S of a pt 2062.5 
ft E of NW cor sec 34 Nly 
66.3 ft to a pt 313.5 ft S of 
a pt 2068.5 ft E of NW cor 
sd sec E to waters edge of 
Grass Lake Sly alg waters 
edge to a pt 379.5 ft S of N 
line sd sec W to POB descd 
in 166D10 NWV4 .33 a 

Mrs. Agnes Hucl com at pnt 
on N In 769.4 ft E of NW 
cor NEy4 NWtt sd sec th 



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11270 



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330 

3500 



138D 



4950 



tName ^ D«crlpllon, , Au'd Val 

S4degfl8'W314.85ft th E 4 

205.44 ft to water's edge of 
Grass Lake th Nly alg wa- ■; 3 
ters edge sd lake 313.95 ft j 

to N In sdNWy4 thWon sd 
N In to EOBiptiNEtt NWYi 
1.32, a 157801 

1st Natl Bk of L. F, N^i lot 6 
Wolcotts survey (ex Lotus 
A\Voods)iinlSE%15a : 1060J 

Lillian G. Ackerman, lot 7 it I ; 
N 300 ft lot 8 SEy4 45 a 132a 

Do ilot ?B ?of co surveyors m- 
survey in SE»/4 sec 34 48-9 | 

book H of plats page 94 &e 
95 15.B0 a \ -410; 

Section 35 ■ 
A Lv Poterson E 400 ft N ;,', " 

884.4 ft NWy4,NEy4 7.79 a 
Wm. Malecke land descd in 

194D218ptNWy4NEy4 la 
Anton M. Peterson N 70 ft S 

260 it W 200 it E 850 f t NW 

Va NE% ,65 a 
Clarence J. Schwab S 190 ft - 

W 400 ft E 850 ft NWW 

iNE% 2 a v - 

Sisters of Charity, BVM, E 

400 ft S 435.6 ft E of rt of 

way NWy4 NEy4i 4 acres 
Rudolph Strametz a piece of 

land 200 x 200 ft at NE cor 

Groveland sub NW% NE% 

:l a'i: -?r- 
L. L. Merriman ex J. L. 

Shaws sub) SWYa NEY* 

Lillian G. Ackerman (ex 1st 
add to Simon Klondike & 
J. L. Shaws sub & ex Wly 
8 a) S% NWy 4 85.50 a 

Ray it Matilda Pregenzer vac- 
ated lots -1 to 16 it pt 17 to 
21 Se all lots 22 to 37 40 41 
43 to 52 & pk resub of. Sim 
ons Klondike sub also vaca- 
ted lot 24 & pk a sts adj 
1st add to Simons Klondike 
sub NW¥* 7 a 

Lillian G. Ackerman all th 
pt of NWtt sec 35 lyg 
within the folg com a pt 
1590 ft S of the N In it 
2230.4 ft W of E In NWy 4 
sec 35 & rung th S 140 ft 
th S 20 deg W 500 ft th S 
87 deg W 1460 f t th N 8 deg 
E to pt due W of POB th 
E to FOB) contg 4.80 n 
MOL pt NW/4 4.80 a 

Do (ex J. L. Shaw's Sub) 
N frl % SW/4 also N 4.50 
chs S frl Yt SWYa 45 a 

Mrs. Helen Adams beg at in- 
tersection of Wly In rd St N 
line lot 11 Fisk & Laskcrs 
sub extd Wly 43.65 ft th W 
on N line lot 11 exted 269.95 
ft to Nly line rd th SEly alg 
Nly line sd rd 286.5 ft th 
N 66 deg 30' E 21.25 ft to 
Wly line rd th NWly 67.6 
ft to P. O. B. S frl Yt SWYa 
.20 a 

Lillian G. Ackerman (ex N 
300 ft) it (ex pt lyg E of 
cen In of Channel) SYt SW 
Ya 20 a 

L. L. Merriman (ex J. L. 
Shaws sub) NW frl Ya SEYa 
20 a 

Ira Soule EV& SE'/t all lake 
also SWy* SEy 4 120a 

L. B. Werden lot K co sur- 
veyors survey in SEVi sec 
35-46-9 bk H pits pg 94 & 
95 1.30 a 

ACKERMAN'S SUB. 

Wm. C. Barteik 1 

Do 2 

Frank J. Mesec 3 

C. A. Todd 4 

Do 5 

George Vaupell 6 

C. A. Todd 6 

Geo. F. Vaupell 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

A. M. Vanderkloot 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Geo. F. Vaupell 18 

John Lawrence & Louis 

Yopp 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Do 22 

Joseph Sersen, lot 23, also 

NM. 24 620 

Louis W. Schafer (ex N% 

lot 24 &also all 25 620 

Do lots 26 also NYt 27 5640 

Elizabeth- Lehmann (ex 

N% 27 210 

Do 28 410 

Peter Lehmann 58 410 

Do 59 410 

Do 60 410 

Do lots 61 & 62 8260 

Walter F. Koniegzny 63 280 

Raymond Pafelski 84 280 

Do 65 280 

Arnold A.Groell 66 4680 

J. R. Willens 67 280 

Raymond Opal 68 280 

Thos. J. & Bette T. Wil- 
son . 69 
Do 70 
Do 71 
Do 72 

Thos. J. Wilson 73 

Do 74 

Thos. J. St B. T. Wilson 75 

Do 76 

Do 77 

Otto Luedtke 78 

Do 79 

Do 80 

Thos. J. & B. -T. Wilson 81 

Do 82 

Do 83 

Do 84 

Raymond Opal 85 

J. R. Willens 86 

Arnold A. Groell 87 

Raymond Pofelski 88 

Do 89 

Walter F. Konicczny 90 

Earl T. Pickford 91 

John Yopp (ex S 150 ft 

lyg E t of W 700 ft) A 

Lawrence Vopp (ex S 150 

ft) A 

Elizabeth Lehmann (ex W 

700 ft) S 150 ft A 

AYLING'S BLUFF PARK 



Aji'dVsl, 
12 : i 3920 

12 1380 

13^ 280 



Nam* v ?j Description = 1 

42,5 ft S 150 ft) rW 
Emma Sueake E 420 ft 

S 150 ft 
L. Nixon W 715 ft^lot 12 

it E2% ft lot : 

j. w„ h. h. r. -lit m. 

Lange ?(ex *S 2% U t) a.-- 13 ^ 40601 

Do 14 1100 

L. C. Burch N 50 f t sr vl5- t3920 
Harold J, St Irene Tierney 

S 100 ft No 150 ft 15 6260, 
Paul Avery (ex E 150 ft 
-m jlOOift ?N^50 ft ^15 4810 
Walter -E. Westphal (ex I 

E 150 it)3S 150 f| - 16 3370] 
Lester F. Nixon W 80 

ft E 150 ft S 150 ft - 15 v 2750 

Do E 100 ft S 150 ft 15 5830 
Anna L. Teich >: 16* ?3170! 

Do ^l - ; . 17 ,;Z060 

MAYME f. BAKER'S RESUB. 



2480 



1100 



1100 



John J. Prusko I 

Geo. H. Murray rlSH 

Bo : .:- W^W- 

Do _: / ■■■- 4 
BEACHWOOD 
W.^; Murphyz ' 1 

Wm. J. Murphy -S 2i 

Wv J. Murphy ■ 5'3J 

Phillip Vermeyer . 4 

Elda Endler 6 

Supreme Lodge of the 

World Loyal Order of 

Moose t s : 6 

Walter Ray Johnson 7 

Mrs. George Waters 8 

Leonard A. Sieben N% lot . 

10 it all lot 9 
Henry Eggstein $ l fi lot 10 

it all lot 11 

Do Ett lot 13 it all lot 12 
W.J. Murphy W^ lot 13 

it all lot 14 

Do E% lot 16 it all lot 15 
Archie Currie W J A lot 16 
it all lot 17 

Do E% lot 19 St all lot 18 
Chas. W. Anderson W4& 

lot 19 St all lot 20 

Do , 21 

Anna M. B. Anderson 22 
William Cottrell 23 

D 24 

Gladys M. B. Schroeder 25 
Louis W. & Marie K. 

Weber 28 

John Sz Juel Berendt 27 

Carl & Dolores Nardstrom 28 
Harold D. Gaston 29 

Do 30 

JohnTvrdik 31 

Do 32 

Juliet M. Ryan 33 

Do 34 

Leonard Gerage 35 

John F. Zinkel 36 

Andrew P. & Flo Brennan 37 
W. F. Bauman 38 

W. Baumann 39, 

Julian Kuch 40 

Raymond & Marg. Mally 41 



3370 
623 
^620 

3860 

^83"0 
830 
1380 
8420 
4740 



Do 42 

Do 43 

Joseph Malik 44 

Do 45 

Do 46 

Do 47 

Otto & Emily Watson 48 

Chas. M. Schaflein *» 49 

Eugene G. Pasko 50 

L. & S. Nevtipil ' 51 

Do 52 

280 1 Joseph Muehlfclt 53 

1 Do 54 

Andrew Hazel 55 

Wm. & J. G. Prena 56 
Harry M. & Marg. Brown 57 

Kirk Harrison 58 

Do 59 
Jo. D. & Ruth G. Titus 60 
Eugene & Lillian Wozny 61 
Raymond & Ines Traycs 62 

George Denton 03 

Chas. M. Schaflein 6f 

Do 65 

Do 66 

Do 67 

Mayme O'Brien 68 

Do 69 

Charles Kemf 70 

Chas. Kempf 71 

Do 72 

R J. Lauer 73 

Do 74 

Do 75 

Joseph E. Norman 76 

Raymond Martin 77, 

Anthony J. Bell 78 

Do 79 

Catherine Schaefer 80 

Do 81 

Do 82 

Hubert T. Pelto 83 

Do 84 

Harry A. Rcdfield lot 85 

& S^ lot 86 

John Beers N% lot 86 & 

all 
John K. Beers 
Bruno Schubauer 

Do 

Do 
Robt. Lcntman 
Arthur & B. Torgersen 

Do 
John McGuinness 
Henry Dress lor 
Frances C. Rubyor 

William C. Siegert Sr. 

Do 
Louis & Chas. Kempf 

Louis & Mary Jane 



180 

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7080 

5640 

8870 

4880 

2340 

1791) 

10180 

2750 

2750 

210 

3440 

210 

410 

410 
410 
410 
410 



140 



180 



Magdalene Hasty 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do E 25 ft N 100 ft 4 

Harmon 81 Rnell West 

(ex E 25 ft N 100 ft) 4 

Elmer E. Tremaine 5 

Do 6 
John F. Herbert EM> 

C. H. Bothbeld W'£ 7 

Chester J. Rejnert 8 

Anna L. Teich 9 

Eunice Jiranek 10 

David S. Arthur 11 
Do (ex W 7.5 ft St ex E 



280 

2340 
280 
280 
280 
280 
280 

8660 
550 
280 

6740 
2P0 
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280 
280 
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280 

6880 
280 
280 
280 
200 

7770 

340 
830 

340 

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4950 

7420 

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580 

6530 

3(340 

5150 

r 7360 

7309 

15400 

38920 

6870 

6600 



Kempf 
Louis & Chas. Kempf 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Frank A. Muller 

Do 
Peter F. Leider EV£ 

Do W% 
Frank A. Muller 
Louis C. Kempf 
John McGuiness 
Peter Brewer 

Do 
Alfred & Agnes Kobelt 

Do 
John Mallak 

Do 

Do 
Leslie P. Gilmorc 

Do 

Do 
H. P. & L. S. Triplctt 
Anftele Lewis Wait 

Do 
Rose M. Tcdesso 

Do 
Louis & Mary J. Kempf 

Do 
Pout F. Leider 
Paul Ullrich 

Do 
Marguerite Arnold 
H. P. & L. Triplett 
Edw. & Mae Klingberg 

Do 
Joseph Lishamer 
Do 
Do 
Lillian A. Adams 



PAGE THIRTBBNI 

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Anna Schilling 140 880 

Do 141 3920 

Do 142 600 

Do - 143 560 

David & Agnes Sage 144 550 
Atonzo C. CoquJHota 145 2340 

Dp ^46 830 

Wm: P. Mueller 147 2610 

Thos; & Dorothy Vaitaas 148 280 
Martin Furlan * -m 149 990 

Do 150 990 

John McGuinness, park ^ 380 

y BEACH GROVE f 
Drucllla Ferris lot 1 & th 

pt lot 2 daf com at NE 

cor th S alg Ely <ln 43 ft 

th NWly 52.2 ft to pt on 

My In 37 it W^oi sPOB 

th E 37 ft to POB 8c 33 

ft strip lyg N of & adj 

sd lot 1 ■/= r V M 1680 
John Gore (ex beg at NE 

cor ^th^S alg M ln^43 ft 

th NWly 52.2 ft to pt on 
' Nly In 37 ft W of FOB 

th E to FOB) lot 2 & th 

pt of lot 3 daf beg at NE 

cor th Sly on Ely In 

29.52 ft thWWly to NW 

cor lot 3 th Ely alg; Nly 

In to NEly cor it POB ' - 

Pt 3 8110 

Grace M. Eide (ex beg at 
' NEly cor th Sly alg Ely 

In 29,52 ft th NWly to 
. NW cor th Ely alg Nly I 

In to POB) 3 9360 

Lee ErHinterlong 4 B190: 

Jacob Kolb ,5 8190 

Do N 25 ft 6 1030. 

Harry F. Chaveriat, Tr. ' ■ , 

(ex N 25 ft) 6 1510 

Do 7 2560 

Do 8 20440 

Do N 8 ft 9 330 

John W. Popp (ex N ait) 9 12170 

Do N 24 ft 10 990 

R. Allen Ben Jamin (ex 

N24ft) 10 11480 

Do (ex S 24 ft) 11 1650 

M. M. Aschenbrenner (ex 

S 24 ft) 11 990 

Do 12 11210 

Do 13 1650 

Otto E. Loven 14 10860 

E. A. Bredlau 15 11690 

O. L. Mitchell 18 10860 

Edward B. LaPlante lots 

17 St 18 44610 

R. J. Harr M. D. (ex N 

16 ft) 19 660 

Edward B. LaPlante, N 

16 ft 19 

R. J. Harr MD 20 

A. J. Stephens (ex N 16 ft) 21 
R. J. Harr MD N 16 ft 21 
A. J. Stephens N% 22 

Florence S. Williams S% 22 

Do 23 

Dr. Eleanor I. Leslie 24 

Do 25 

Do 26 

Jean L. Stephens S 33 ft 26 

JAS. BELCH'S ASHWOODS 
GLENS 

BLOCK 1 
Laurence F. Downey 

Do 
Joseph Zimmerman 
Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 

Do 



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660 
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B2Q 
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Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Jesse R. Close 

Do 

Do 
Paul Hertel 
Joseph Zimmerman 

Do 
Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 

BLOCK 2 
Emric G. & Anne F. 

Haramja 
Mae A. Talman 
Do 
Do 
Alois Zemamek 
Mae A. Talman 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
4140 Do 
Do 
3100 Do 
620 Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 
6050 Do 
620 Jas. S. Mladek 
620 Do 

620 BLOCK 3 

4540 Mrs. Clara E. Kilcullen 
550 G. F. B. Thiele 
3710 Do 

550 Stanley W. Thompson 
550 S. L. Birkinstein 
2680 G. F. B. Thiele 
550 Do 
550 Do 
Do 
550 Do 
550 Do 
4950 Do 
690 Do 
690 Do 
5980 Do 
690 Do 
340 Do 

340 Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 
550 Do 
550 Do 
3780 Do 
550 Do 

3030 BLOCK 4 

3640 Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 
5?0 Do 
344Q Do 
550 Do 
550 Do 
550 James Belch 
5360 Do 
550 Do 
5570 Do 

3030 Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 
550 Do 

550 , BLOCK 5 

550 L. F. Downey 
5570 W. L. Kercher 
1650 Viola Hennig 
7910 L. Downey 
6D0 Delvin Spencer 
690 Do N 20 ft 
550 Do S 30 ft lot 6 & N 
1930 10 ft lot 
3510 Henry & Clara Anderson, 
550 S 40 ft 
550 Louis F. Hayes 
5290 John C. Heber 
550 Catherine E. Schmidt 
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iName v Description . Ass'd Val 
Emelie Hampel 11. 

Mae A. Talman a 12 

Talman 8c Thiele 13 

David Arthur ■ 14 

Wesley Reeves m 15 

Wesley W. Reeves S Mr 16 
La wt on F. Brooks N^ 16 
Kate Borman ' : - r -v:s 17 
David M. Cowper 18 



THE ANTIOCH NEWS, jlNTOQCH/ ILLINOIS 



Henry W. 8t Edna 'H. Jooat 19 
Do 20 

Do 21 

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L. Downey- 2& 

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uWm. R, Banedt 
William R. Banedt 
Win 1 . R. Banedt 
Edward W. Harant 

: Do -^ -.-■■ ■ - mm-. 

Henry F. Froester. 
; Do :< . 
Mr. and Mrs. T. Huppen- 

baucr *, 

Arthur A. Jenks _- 
^Arthur Jeriks o ^ s 
Arthur A. Jenks 
John E. Jankovsky 

Do 
Harry & Margaret Wagner 15 

Do 16 

Steve Suski 17 

Steve Suski 18 

Steve Suski, SM 19 

Harry. O Feezor, N% 19 
Harry O. Freezor 20 

Do 21 

Edith Toole 22 

Edith M. Toole 23 

BLOCK 7 
Joe & Millie Novak . ■ 

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Charles Nordstrom 

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Andria Printing Co, 
Rose Jecmen 
Rose Jecmen 

Do 
Joe & Millie Novak 

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Sadie Teven 
Joe & Millie Novak 

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Charles & Marg. Lavezzi 

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Chicago Title & Tr. Co. 
BLUNT PARK 
Stephen F. Wooding 4 9420 

Paul O. Ulrich 5 6400 

Edw. & Emir A. Clemens 6 7500 
Eleanor M. Tutein 7 10860 

Dan. J. & Kath. Zielinski 8 2150 
Daniel J. & Kathleen 

Zielinski 9 5740 

Lee A. Coons 10 10180 

Stanley Wasson 11 7420 

Louis & Chas. Kempf 12 6600 
Catherine Schaefer W% 13 5980 

Do EVz 13 5290 

Do 14 2060 

P. Braeckman 15 7220 

Charles Kempf W% 16 410 

Martin Furlan EVs 16 2200 

Charles Kempf W% 17 2820 

Martin Furlan Ett 17 410 

Charles Kempf Wtt 13 410 

Martin Furlan E Vi 18 3640 

Charles Kempf 19 5440 

Martin Furlan 20 4960 

Rena May Clarke private 

park 1380 

JOHN P. BOWLE'S SUBDIVISION 

Mae Drije 1 6880 

Do 2 11620 
M. W. Bliss S 30 ft lot 

3 & N 40 ft lot 4 7150 

E. T Haswetl N 70 ft 3 9080 
Dr. J. Y. Hurdle S 60 ft 

lot 4 & (ex Sly 73 ft) lot 5 13140 
Myrarita O'Brien Sly 75 

ft 5 12740 

Eugene O. Simonsen 6 13760 

Clara Schulz 7 8390 

Geo. Hopner S& 8 2080 

Do Nfe 8 10100 

Wm. K. Lauth SV4 9 8110 

Mrs. Claire L. Miles 9 8730 

G. S. Jaxon & F. M. Jaxon 10 11070 

Arthur E. Stolle 11 9840 

CALIFORNIA ICE & COAL CO'S 
LAKE MARIE SUB. 



Wama Description Ass'dVal 

Joseph Helper -47 T 4400 

El Roy K. Anderson m-- 48 

Do S 49 

Harold S>Nelson 50 

S. E. Kliefield Tr. 51 

C. Ulrich^ 52 

Edson Palmbla v53t 

?Do^ ^ "■:/- 54 

Nora Krizka \- 55 

Peter iJ. Sponder 56 

Anna B Witt 57 
John F. 8c Marie Rybak 53 ; 

Do 59 

John ?F. Rybak 60 

^Do ; 61 

Violet McGuigan 62 

Do- 63 

CI ara Johnson / 64 

Do 85 

Walter Pauoh 6S 
Barney Thompson . 67 

Fred Miller 68 
^D6^ v , -60 

Rose Zahrobsky . 70 

Do =• L 71 

Mrs. Bessie Hevrdejs 72 

Do 73 

Jack iStieber -75 
John O. Olaen, (ex E 45 *sft 

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Charles Janousek 78 . 

Do. 79 

Louis F. Smoc ~ 80- 

Do : 81 

Frank C. Lorr •<■ 82 

Oscar --L. Petersen, 83 
Lillian Simandl .84 

Frank Kaiser 85' 

Do .86 

Anthony Santueci 87 

Do ^ 88 

Donald S. Schrader 89 

Annie E. Schrader • 90 
Emma MaguH 8c Estlher 

Triebull 91 

John & Emily Cifrik 92 

Helen G. Hassett 93 

John D. Trilik 94 

Dr. Alfred F. Akkeron 95 

George O. Nitzsche 96 

Do 97 

Edward Ziervogel 98 

Edward T. Housek 99 

Do 100 

Frank C. Lorr 101 

Louise M. Stubbiness 102 

Do 103 

John Zabran 104 

Marshall Haydon 105 

Do 106 

Do 167 

Do * 108 

Edward & Rose Dobek 109 

Do 110 

Do 111 

J. Tintera 112 

Do 113 

John & Sfcazie Mulac 114 

Do 115 
Edward & Agnes Mashek 116 



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Charles L. Wertz 

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Mrs. Frieda Wertz 
Charles L. Wertz 
Frank Cerny 

Do 
Edward T. Harmon 
Leonard G. Peters 

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Daniel & Elsie Machanes 

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George W. Schabow 
Charles Held 

Do 
Joseph Gris 
\Do 

Frank Vendl 
Edward Hofkamp 
Steve F. Formella 

Do 
Benhard C. Jonas 

Do 
Edwin C. Blatter 
Stanley Kush 
Agnes Grunewald 
Arnold J. Ostli 
Andrew Rieger 
Carrie A. Pauli 

Do 

Do 
Walter K. Brown Sr. 
Carey Pauli 
Walter K. Brown 
Roger G. Stahl 

Do ' 
R. Sta-hl 

Floyd A. Davis Sr. 
Harold. W. & Barbara 

Wilson 

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Stephen Rzysko 

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Charles Soper 

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Eric Skogiund 
Joseph Grail S% 
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Joseph M. Johnson 
Mary Haisman 
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Do 
Alfred H. Weeks 

Do 
Ervin Wtttenbarn 

Do 
Wm. & Julia Prochaska 

Do 
James Karlovsky 
John Paullus 
Raymond Doll 

Do 
George & Janette Hals- 
man 
Do 
George Haisman 
Jefferson Ice Co. 
Vincent P. Nauseda 

Do 
Otto Drska 

Do 
Wesley 8c Mildred Gil- 
lum 
Do 
Hilmar M. Gutzmer 
Frank Carlson 
R. Gruner 
Do WM* lots 151-152 
8c 153 

Do EMe lots 151-152 
& 153 
James Maratta Sr. 

Do 
Andrew G. Mueller 
A. J. Nepel 
Do Ste 
Walter F. Cebelin N% 

Do 
Jos. Fisher 
Joseph Novak 
Jerry 8c Rose Kolbish 
Charles L. Wysoglad 
Joe Mazza 

Do 
Geo. & Johanna Peters 
Do 
Do 
Chester W. Hasney lots 

169 & 170 
Lt. William W. Hasney 
Louis Dusek 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Joseph Slifka 
Benjamin Kucaba 
Martin Stanhibel 

Do 
Louis Re pan 
Orville E. Hawkins 
Milton Broztk 

Do 
Ed. S. Stahl 
Edward Hurter 
Elmer V. Bremer 
Mr. & Mrs. Hahn Jr. & 

Mr. & Mrs. Mormett 
Alexander L. Shearman 
Lillian B. Votocka 
Patsy Blue 

Do 
John J. Trecka 
Louis Uhlman lot 193 & 

SVfe lot 194 
Terrence J. O'Connor N 
Vfe lot 194 & all lot 195 
Thomas & Marion Pec- 
housek 
Do 
SeJa G. Hanktns 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
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Joe Vestuto 

J. Piscitelli 8c F. Pis- 
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?Name N iDas^rlpllon. : 

Russell : Ka well ' 

Do u fe;?* 
Thomas ;& ^Evelyn Tyr- 

---reir.e -^ -m.* -\^ 

Mrs. E.fFranke; 
Henry *tC. Clemmensen ■ 
Laddie tJ. Mallna ^ '-..» 
Edward J. Parsil - 
Charles IF. Meierdirk 
Arthur Meierdirk 
-vDov-, 

Robert #\ Becvar s' 
Joe Vestuto . ■> 

Marie JH. i& lEdna . L, 

Bow ler 
-•Do --\r ;■-:-:. , 
Paul Karas 
Janes P. Fitzgerald 
Fred L. Sobimel 
Edw. F. Soski 
'. Do J ^ "^ "- 

Do :? ^; 

Frank Cemiy 
Do 
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ESCAB CARMAN'S SUB. 

Alphonse^S. Jaskunas that 
pt lots 1 8f 2 des'd In 
doc 14151 £■ 

M. B. OKeefe that pt lots 
1 & 2desc'd in doc 216101 

Rudolph F. Onsrud that pt 
lots 1 & 2 dese'd in doc 
214431 

Lorraine A. Schroeder lots 
1 & 2 & that pt lot 3 
dese'd in doc 170678 (ex 
th pt convd, in doc 2091- 
43) & the land iyg bet 
Sly In sd lots & waters 
edge 

Louise C. Gill (ex th pt 
descd in doc 170678) in- 
cluding land Sly & adj 
to water's edge & Wly 
32 ft lot 4 & Wly 32 ft 
lot 9 lyg Sly of road 

Vera C. Miehle (ex SWly 
32 ft) lot 4 & Ely 100 
ft Wly 132 ft S of road 
lot 9 & land lyg between 
Sly In of sd lot 4 & 
waters edge' of lake 

Frank L. Bock lot 5 & land 
adj betw lot 8c waters 
edge & also land NW & 
adj S of rd 

Delores & Rosemary La- 
Mantia E'/fe lot 6 & land 
adj betw lot & water's 
edce 

George Haskins W}fc lot 
6 & land adj betw lot 
& water's edge 

Cicero Mushroom & Hunt- 
ing Club lot 7 & land 
adj betw lot 8c water's 
edge 

Peter & Carrie C. Bicanic 
E 32 ft lot 8 & land adj 
betw lot & water's 
edge 

Adolph Gill, (ex pt NW & 
adj lot 5 S of rd) W 
343.5 ft 

JAMES CARROLL'S SUB. 

Daniel Lang (ex N 70 ft) 
also (ex th pt lyg W of 
& adj to sd N 70 ft & 
extd W to channel) lot 
1 also land lyg betw N 
& S Ins sd lot extd W to 
channel 

Frank Konietzko N 70 ft 
also th Pt lyg W of 8c 
adj to sd N 70 f t & extd 
W to channel pt 1 

James 3c Clara H. Car 
-rol 



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4130 



Ajs'dVal. Nama U««lpiibn , 

209 -36199 Wilfred Birbn 

Mrs. Thomsie Andersen 
Frances Silhanek 
Herbert Carlson 

too - 
W i liar d i& < Katherine 

Lenss L s : 1 • s . 137 

C. Smith Buildftig ^Com- 
gpany ^ ■ : - " 138 

Do v ^ t ;• 139 

Willard'T. Lenz v 449 

Wniiam G. Kurth M41 
i^Jo 142 
CVlSmRh Building Com- 
?jpany m- •-#- 143 
m& .-■■ v" -^ 144 
E. A. Tyre - 145 
Frank J. Schlssler 146 
Huey 8c Bernadine Gar- 
ner C ■:.-■■ >147 

N. J.Bohl 148 

Do 149 

CERMAK'8 SUB. 
Alice Newman (ex N 

78.91ft) 8 

Louis Busch N 78.91 It • 8 

CHAIN O LAKES ANNEX 
Edw, G. Adamowski 
nDo 

Lewis D. Clarke Tr. 
: Do '■ -■..- 
Henry R. 8c Emma Stott 

Do 
Lawrence E. Yopp 

Do . 

Do 
Colie Golden 

Do 
Walter Forbrick 

Do 
Fred & Stella Franklin 

lots 14 8c 15 
Robt. 8c Dorothy Martz 

lots 16 & 
Eric E. Kirschke 

Do 
Donald L, Leider 
Raymond T. Mandelky 
Harry Arnurius 

Do 
Marie Schmld 

Do 
Lawrence P. Yopp 

Do 

Do 

CHAIN-O-LAKES COUNTRY 
CLUB SUB. 
W. Mozal 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Frank Seif 20 

Carl Flattum lots 33 & 34 



Name i {Description ^Ajs'J^ViM 

Martha Albertl 11 13920, 

Otto W. Huge * 12 

John & Betty Matejka 13 

Mrs.iRuth?Peter 14 

Laura Condon 15 

Carrie K . Regnier 16 

M. :8c J. De Stefano 17 

>Do 1: 18 

DaVid H. Noddln Sr. 19 
Mrs. & Mrs. Edward Roll 20 

Mike J. Janeczko v 21 
Fred A, Lynch (ex?N 159 



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Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do , 8 

Do 9 

Db 19 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

Do 18 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Do 20 
Do 21 
Do 22 
Do -23 
Do 24 
Do 25 
Do 26 
Edward G. Adamowski 27 
James & Clara H. Car- 
rol 28 
Frank Konietzko 29 

CEDAR CREST SUB. 

Fox Lake Realty 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Elizabeth Bohl 65 

Do 66 

Neubert & Eliz. C. Bohl 67 

N. J. Bohl 68 

Do 69 

Do 70 

Neubert & Eliz. Bohl 71 

Walter Forbrich 72 

Do 73 

Robert Davis & Robt. 

Elftmann 74 
Sigmund R. Kudlicki Jr. 75 
Juey 8c Bernadine Gar- 
ner 76 
Julian Dzik 77 
Harold Fink 78 
Jess & Lillie De Groft 79 
**& Joseph F. Brodner Jr. 80 
^Joseph 8c Theresa Brod- 
ner 81 
Corwin Bennett 82 
John E. Hanna 83 
Edward M. Rundgren 84 
Do 85 
Do 86 
Richard C. Ruck 87 
Willard & Katherine 
Lenz 8c Mrs. Anna Rich- 
ter 88 
Kenneth A. Carlson Et 

Al 89 

Mrs. Louise Swanson 90 

Edw. W. Roth 91 

Theodore Nicmiec 92 

C. & L. Cech 93 

Gust Grueff 94 
Christian P. Jordan lot 95 

'and 96 

Alex G. Paul 97 

Willard T. Lenz 125 

Do 126 

Willard & Katherine 

Lenz & Mrs. Anna Rich- 

ter 127 

Do 128 

R. F. Kirkman 129 

Do " 130 



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Walter L. Stickel 35 

Joseph Sterbenz 36 

Joe 8c Helen Sterbenz 37 
Mrs. Mary Mycyk 51 

Do 52 

Carl -Flattum 102 

Erwin C. Hitzeman 111 

CHANNEL LAKE BLUFFS 

BLOCK 1 
Walter D. Herrick Jr. Tr 1 
George Rokos 2 

Richard C. 8c N. S. Hel- 
ton 3 
Do 4 
John Ratzek 4 
L. D. Bever 5 
Do 6 
Do 7 
Do 8 
W. F. Sander 9 
James B. Roti 10 
Florence G. Galajiklan 11 
Eleveld Simmons 12 
Do «• 13 
Edwin L. 8c Ola L. Zerr 14 
Do 15 
George Camphouse 16 
Ed. McDonough 17 
Kenneth Fugman 18 
Do 19 
W. A. Bunge 20 
L. D. Wallace 21 
John & Emma Beier 22 
Helen 8c Walter Helm- 

soth 23 

Walter F. Zielenske. N% 24 
Mr. & Mrs. A. H. Mitchell 

S% 24 

William Doubek 25 

BLOCK 2 
Russell Barnstable N% 1 
Otto Jannlsch Stt 
Rudolph Zahrabsky 2 

Richard J. Kadera 3 

Ernest 8c Adelle Sorwell 4 
Do 5 

Mrs. C. R. Southwioh 6 
N. Heimbrodt 

E. L. Zerr 8c S. Dehlman 8 
Howard M. Benner 9 

W. Miller 10 

Antonio D. Tommasa 11 

C. F. Peffer 12 

Do 13 

Nick Brehm 14 

Otto Ebert 15 

Harry C. Spohnholtz 16 

Fred & Helen Libert 17 

William & Mary P. Chase 18 

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Kathryn L. Rogers 22 

Leon Amber 23 

Joseph Rauchennecker 24 
Lee (H.Craig ^ 25 

Herbert Schleber 28 

Ethel Rlchter 27 

Elmer C. Knoepele :. 28 

Russell Talbott . 29 

Robert Donald 39 

Edward Kozfcol .81 

John B. Cichowski 32 

Fred R. Velcheck , ■ . . 33 
Martha Bezan S 109 ft 34 
Frank Rezmer <ex S 309;^ 

ft) - 34 

W. A. FTey 8e Jane 3. ■■£■ 
- Prey - „ i35 

William A. Hausske Jr. 36 
M. Zahrobsky #7 

^BLOCKS 
George Kruse exc N 50 ft 1 

Do (ex N 60 ft) - ; 2. 
John jW. Lips N 50 ft of 

lot 1 &2 
W. E. Thiele 3 

Do - ■ ■ 4 

Do 5 

Do . . 6 

Do I 

Chester M. Woolman 8 

Milo L. Simmons 10 

Emil Novey , II 
Adolph Singer W% lot 

14 all 13 — 3510 
Joseph L. & Mae Tobin E 

% lot 14 all 15 

Frank Butkiewicz 18 

Cornelia Benner 17 

Pasquale Lopardo 18 

Agnes Keteher 19 

Henry Patzke 20 

Joseph A. Hollmeler 21 

E. W. Butterfield 22 

Adeline S. Young 23 

Do * 24 

Lennart J. Brynteson 28 

Do W% t 27 

William Fullerton Wk 27 

Do 28 



3920 
0300 
3920 

899 
3179 

699 
6889 
4619 
3170 

349 

349 
2829 
3449 
3440 

3920 
3920 
2300 
,699 
4820 
4330 
4470 
3920 
3920 
4810 

349 

3929 
4400 
2899 

050 
550 

289 

899 

7299 

699 

699 

1589 

3789 

559 

3589 

3309 



NimeV^ ^ibaicrtpilon^ AsW Val. 

Marie iBushihg'ldt 4 1& 35 ^f ^^ 

i£ - ---. ^_. ~ - ;5^ 4339 

Arthur & June Kreinike 

^W% ^ 5 

Arthur Kreiniker g 

Louis Blel I 

Do J 

'^Do ^5 

Do 10 

Louis Kowalczyk 11 '. 

,Wo N % ^ . 12 

Do S ^ lot 12 & all 13 



Alfred 8c Myrtle SkaiUsh 14 



23 
24 
25 

1 

2 
3 
4 
9 
5 
6 
7 
8 



14 



Fritz L. Rydberg lots 29 & 39 

Mrs. M. Graham-Coda 31 

Robert A. Hogg 32 

Frances Carlson 33 

Do 34 

Maud Smith 35 

Hendrick Ten Bruin 36 

Do 38 

Do 39 

Louis Monaco 40 

Do 41 

CHANNEL LAKE BLUFFS 
RESUBDN. OF LOT F 



3510 
4200 
3920 
3999 
3179 
3929 
3920 

690 
1199 
5719 

699 
4139 

340 

340 
6470 
8870 
3780 
2820 

690 

4130 

5230 

4820 

. 690 

690 

690 
3370 
1380 

SUB. 



Arthur Ackermann 

BLOCK 3 
E. J. Schafer 

Do 

Do 
Mrs. Sophie Skupien 
Lorraine M. Oberg 

Do 
Chas. M. Yanca 
Arthur H. & Ann Merriell 
Margaret C. Britt 
Mrs. Josephine Ruggie 
Edward Zima 

Do 
Emma Tackles 
Mayme Nelson Ham 

Do E% 
Max Grunow W% 

Do 
William Davern 
Wm. E. 8c Bernice A. 

Davern 
Jacob Drawal 
Norman Flurke 

CHANNEL LAKE BLUFFS SUB. 
RESUBDN. OF LOT E 

BLOCK 1 
Clara Moriarty 
Carl Beitzel 
Robert De Vitto 
Joseph Signa 
Clarence Crowe 
A. Signa & James Aiello 
Thos. & Rose Alesi 
J. W. Wallace 
Wendell S. Nelson 
Le Roy J. Grank 

BLOCK 2 
C. D. Whitton S 50 ft lots 

1 & 2 
Paul P. Kostock (ex S 50 

ft) lots 1 8c 2 
A. & H. Serczyk 3 

Einar Sorenson 4 

William C. Ruge 5 

James Burke 6 

A. W. Gunn 7 

Fred Kroll 8 

Clarence Spiering 9 

Charles B. Wilson 19 



Paul T. Zeien Jr. 4060 

Do 2 830 

Albert Rosenthal 3 830 

Hendrick Ten Bruin W% 4 410 

Andrew Stewart E% 4 410 

Andrew Stewart 5 4610 

Frank A. Boseley 6 3720 

William B. Greene 7 2960 

Lucille R. Doherty 8 4060 

R. C. Weiler 9 4470 

Richard J. Savage Jr. 10 4060 

CHANNEL LAKE BLUFFS SUB 



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6 

7 

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9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

If 

16 
17 

18 
19 
20 



1 
2 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



830 
4960 

830 
4610 

830 
4960 
4960 
4960 
4060 
4060 
2620 

830 
6190 

830 
3300 

410 
3720 

830 

4060 
7020 
3720 



830 
4130 
4470 
4060 
4060 
4060 
4060 
4060 
5160 
4060 



4190 

3570 
4330 
690 
2480 
4270 
6230 
5500 
4130 
5640 



Channel Lk. Bluff Ass'n A 

Do B 

Do C 
Do (ex S 100 ft E 172 
ft) 8c (ex Nly 50 ft Wly 

10 ft) D 

Willis Shannon S 100 ft E 

172 ft D 

William E. Thiele Nly $0 

ft Wly 10 ft • D 

CHANNEL LAKE SHORES 
BLOCK 1 

Louis Biel lots 1 to 10 incl 
BLOCK 2 

Louis Biel 1 

Do Ett 2 

William Barkow Wtt 2 

W. F. Barkow 3 

John J. Delany 4 

Do Ett 5 

Louis A. Biel W % 5 

Do 8 

Do 7 

Do 8 

C. Ucherek Est 9 

Angeline P. Lipinski 19 

Do 11 

Louis Reinisch 12 

Do 13 
BLOCK 3 

Mrs. Angeline Lipinski 

A. & C. H. Maicke 2 

Do 3 

Wm. 8c Mary Parker * 4 

Do 6 

Bruno Kusch lot 6 & N% 7 



699 
289 
280 



550 

6460 

280 



1380 

410 
210 
219 
6739 
4120 
219 
219 
419 
419 
410 
3649 
410 
410 
410 
410 



Alfred A. Skalltsh j9^ 

Louis Biel ^ *§ 

Joseph 8c Hazel Parfitt 17 

do !2 

Do WW _ mL JJ 

Norman Benson E ft v- 19 

iDo 7 29 

Joa, 8c Margaret Eckert 21 

Do V% :;••• -( ,22 
Frank Zeman E % lot 22 

&all 
Louis Blel < 1 E 

SOQ ------ -^'- ! ^ : - 

BLOCKS 

Melvin L. Johnson 

Do 
Louis Blel 
^Do^ My-;m 
E. J. Sa*tten7N^4 

Do S H 

Do 
Fred Gunther 

""Do --tr——' -■•:-- r ^ 

Henry A. Lubkeman lots 

9 8c 19 "9 ' 

Do lots 11 8c 12 
Louis Blel lota 13 8c. 

BLOCK 9 
Louis Biel tots 1 to 6 incl 
iDo ,1 

Do lots 8 to 12 incl 

Do lots 13 to 16 Incl 
Channel L. Shores Assn. 

•park between blocks 2 

8c 3 

Do park 'between 

blocks 4 8c 5 

CHANNOAKS SUB. 
Jens Jensen 

Do 
Eugenio Salerno 
Mrs. Evelyn P» Oaede 

Do 
W. Rleman 

Do 
Arthur J. Sawusch 
Aug. Hogfelt 
Frank J. Chuman 
Jerome C. Vohaska 
Cessie Molinari 
Clifford H. Novak 
Bartz & Ullrich 
John Vespa 
Bartz & ulrich 
Josephine Bruno 

Do 
Roy E. Hardt 
Marie Jiral 
Frank L. Andrius 
Olive I. Schmidt 

Do 
Harriet M. Bancroft 
Andrew Manes 
Valentine Schrimpf 
Harriet M. Bancroft 
John 8c Wm. Vespa all lot 

28 & N Vz lot 29 
Herman Hink S Vi lot 29 

& all lot 30 
Mr. Tony Guida 

Do 

Do 
Carmen T. Costello 

Do 
Henry M. Musal 
Kurt E. Markus 

Do 
Helen Quattlander 
Edward Woltz 
Elmer Gascon 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Irvin Kalousek 
Frank Winnick 

Do 
Edward Fettig lots 48 & 

49 
H. W. Witt lots 50 to 54 

incl 

COUNTRY CLUB ADDN. 



210 

3710 
.410 

^410- 
410 
410 
410T 
219 

6945* 
410 

6879 
410 
419 

7429 
210 
210 

6050 
410 
210 



6740 
210 
410 

280 

4680 

410 

410 

210 

210 

7299 

410 

3300 

288 

5099 

280 

839 
289 
699 
550 



419 
410 



1 


3030 


2 


559 


3 


559 


4 


2680 


5 


559 


6 


559 


7 


9559 


8 


19240 


9 


11629 


19 


8529 


11 


6870 


12 


6320 


13 


6320 


14 


4740 


15 


699 


16 


629 


17 


629 


18 


3300 


19 


2759 


29 


2060 


21 


2610 


22 


629 


23 


2559 


24 


629 


25 


3100 


26 


1170 


27 


3100 




4130 


1 


3449 


31 


3399 


32 


629 


33 


629 


34 


4969 


35 


2239 


36 


2789 


37 


550 


38 


3850 


39 


3859 


40 


3859 


41 


4880 


42 


3780 


43 


4330 


44 


1650 


45 


3649 


46 


.620 


47 


410 



Anna Davis S% lot 7 8c all 8 

Louis Biel 9 

Do 19 

Do 11 

Do * 12 

BLOCK 4 
Channel. Lake Ass'n E 45 

ft (park) 1 
Elmer R. 8c IsabeUe R. 

Vietzen W 15 ft lot 1 

8c all 2 

Christ 8c Mary Schleich 3 

Martin P. Harmon 4 

BLOCK 5 

Walter H. Plewke 1 

William G. Buenik 2 

G. Bell 3 

Do 4 

Carl & Anita Nauta 5 

BLOCK 6 

Louis Biel 1 

Do' 2 
Phillip & Johanna Ba- 

dame lot 3 also E% 4 
Irving B; & E. M. Elms 

W \ lot 4 also 5 

Louis Biel W % 6 

Irving Elms E Vc 6 

Louis Biel lot 7 8c E % 8 

Florence Westcott W % 8 

Do 9 

Louis Biel 19 

Do U 

Do 12 

Do 13 
Eugene 8c V. Baranowski 14 



J. R. Lauria 
Louis Biel 

Do 

Do 

Do 



BLOCK 7 
W. R. 8c P. M. Radtke 

Do E % 
James & Patricia Harvey 

W Vc lot 2 8c all 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 

1 

2 



3850 
6400 
620 
7840 
620 
3230 
4540 
620 
620 
620 
820 



410 



2550 
13970 

9630 

5980 
14095 
9850 
2410 
3990 

410 
419 

2680 

5500 
210 
210 

6945 
210 

3160 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 

8110 
210 



Bernard E. Willett 
. Do 

Do 

Do 
Mrs. George Walters 
James Price 
Bernard E, Willett 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Bernard E. & Betty Will- 
ett (ex lot 12) lots 11 to 

34 incl 

Do 
Raymond C. King 
Ray Preganzer 
Bernard E. Willett lots 37 

38 & 39 
Raymond C. King 40 

Ray Preganzer 41 

Bernard E. Willett lots 42 

43 & 44 

Do .,: 46 

Do 46 

Blanche 8c John Kosner 47 
Bernard E. Willett 48 

Do A 

Do park and boat 

landing lot 

CRANDALLS SUB. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
9 
9 
10 



12 
35 
36 



3 8059 



Otto H. Radtke 

James 8c Elizabeth Ross 

Do 
C. W. Peterson 
Carl Flickinger 
J. & Chas. 8c T. Behrendt 
Lena Moffett 
Edward Kotrba 
Anna Mae. Gamier - - 
Bruno J. Buck * 
Jack H. Crandail lots 11 

12 13 8c 14 

Do 
Roger J. Olson 

Do 
Nick Mozak 
Joseph Urchell 
Chicago Title & Trust Co 
Dr. Chester A. Stanley 

Do 

Do 
Victor Tortorlello 
Eugene Ingles 
Joseph Augustine 
Eugene Ingles 
Milton Crnadall 
Axel D. Johnson 

Do 
Jack H. Crandail 

Do 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
19 



A 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



280 
280 

289 

289 

289 

2410 

5230 

5239 

289 

289 

2970 

289 



2060 

1380 

280 

280 

1100 
410 

410 

1240 
1659 
2419 
3519 
1389 
280 

280 

4950 

5370 

690 

4950 

4950 

4950 

5099 

2489 

699 

690 

3090 

349 
6050 
5379 

690 
4959 
5719 

969 
7970 

969 
5220 
5919 
6870 

690 
2480 

690 
4950 

690 
4950 



WALTER S. DOUGLAS'S DIV. 



Walter S. Douglas 
Do 



1 
2 



DOUR'S SUBDN. 

Nickolas F. Dour 8c Lil- 
lian Dour 1 
Do 2 



280 
550 



4260 
3160 













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(continued from preceding page) 1 
iNtta: Deiaiptlon ^d Vst 

EINFBLDTS SUB. 
Nelson B. (Place 1 9360 

R, Motto ( 2 7910 

EUen M Eirifeldt 3 7910 

E, Johnson •* 4 7910; 

A- M. Vanderkloot 5 7160 

H.-T. Bollinger 8 9420 

Mae M Emfeldt 7 4540 

FARRIN8 FimST StJB 



Wayne B. Barker 1 

Do- 2 

Do^ 3 

Banner L. Chaney 4 

Bernard Coegrave 3 

E. D.. Wilbur 6 

David Houdeahell 7 

Freda 8c George Feader 3 

David Houdeahell 

W.B.&H PVKeHey 10 
Gua & Helen Manl 
Wayne B, Barker 
Do 

Do * M-' 

FARRINS ORA68 LAKE SUB. 
BLOCK 1 
W. S. Borden & V. P. 

£ Criscuolo 1 1240 

Joseph Farrin 2 7180 

Chain O'Lakes Dev. Corp, 3 1240 

Do 4 480 

Do 5 480 

Do 8 480 

Victor P. Crbrtwlo «' '% 7 480 

BLOCK 2 

Chain O'Lakes Dev. Corp, i 



m 

19 
14 



410 

3880 

410 

410 

^410 

410 

410 

410 

1480 

2680 

3160 

410 

410 

410 



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28 

29 

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31 

32 

33 

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960 
960 



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2 
3 

4 



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7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 



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960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
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960 
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980 
960 
960 
860 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
660 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
70 

960 
960 
960 
960 



Name j Deicriptton Aii'd Val^ 
Walter J. Prack ^3: 
Andrew & Alice Tarico, 4 

Daniel O'Brien 3 

Ell2abeth Oppliger 6 

Paul & Kosa Pacini 7 

PaulA Rosa Pacini 8 

Hans Meyer 9 

-'Do^i 10 

E. Christopherson . 11 

,;Do^ "f-'-p. -%-. 12 

John & Pearl Price 13 

Anton J. Voice %' 14 

Ulmer Nelson 15 

Fred Kelsers 16 

Do k:\ -;-:" 17 

John Maestranzi 18 

JDoi -\-p ■ 16 

Daniel O'Brien i! ^ ;20 

Andrew Tarico 21 

Walter J. Prack 22 

Do i 23 

L, G. Krumpen 24 

Bernard J. Dost 25 
James & Genevieve 

Beridel m 26 

^BO - ? 27 

Arthur A. Frltsch 28 

Do: J 28 

Do 30 

J. Lego k.-:,i -31 
Edw. & K. Hamelberg, Sr. 32 



Do 
Do 
Do 
- Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do- 
Do ' V 
Do 

Do 

Do ' 

Do 

Do 

Do y 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Bo .„, 1 . . 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
. Do 

Do . } 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 33 

Do 20 ft easement 
BLOCK 3 
Chain O'Lakes Dev. Corp. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Victor P. Criscuolo 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Robert F. Crisuolo 
Victor P. Criscuolo 
Chain O'Lakes Dev. Corp. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do park 

BLOCK 4 
Chain O'Lakes Dev. Corp 

Do 
FARRINS SUB ON GRASS LAKE 

ROAD 
The Frame Back Mfg. Co 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

BLOCK 4 
Chain O'Lakes Dev. Corp. 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do two parks at channel 
ends 

FELTER'S RESUBDN. 
Joseph E. DeVries 1 890 

Do 2 6190 

Ray & Gertrude Eddy 3 690 

Henry & Betty Kittner 4 6670 
Do 8 10450 

Virgil B. Felter «e Ger- 
trude M. Eddy 6 890 
Do 7 6190 
Jack & Annette Stieher 8 7570 
Jack Stieher 9 690 
Ernest & Bertha Ott 10 690 
Do 11 090 
Do 12 690 
Do 13 690 
Arthur Wertz 14 10320 
Do 15 • 690 
Do 16 3920 
FELTERS SECOND LAKE 
CATHERINE SUB. 
Stanley Kolodziej 1 6190 
P. Posselt 2 550 
Mary Iffland 3 2340 
F. W. & Martha Schulz 4 4810 
Anton Westermeyer 5 550 
Do 6 5 50 
Joseph & Mary Zitnik 7 550 
Do 8 5360 
Thomas H. Taylor 9 5360 
Steve Eberhardt 10 1700 
Do ex Sly 25 ft) ■ 11 280 
J. Rill & F. Palan Sly 25 ft 

lot 11 & all lot 12 

R. W. Shumacher 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

Do 16 

Rosina Paulson m 

Do , 18 

Felters Assn. Treas. park 

FELTERS SOUTHVIEW SUB. 

E. W.Johnson . 1 280 

E. Johnson & H. Busch 2 2690 



Michael Novak 33 

Leonard Bloniarz , 34 

Do 33 

Roy H. Peavey 38 

Charles Toman 37 

Thaddeus J. Kowalski 38 

Thaddeus Kowalski 39 

Do 40 

Humbert Groppi 41 

Do 42 

Archie W. Lokke 43 

Do 44 

Do 45 

Howard L. Anderson 46 

Do 47 

Herbert W. Schmitt 48 
Richard F. G. Ohlgren 49 

Richard F. Ohlgren 50 

Laura Sindeler 51 

Estelle Slndelar 52 
William Buttner , 83 

Arthur Bywell 84 

Do ' 85 

E. Latta 88 

Do 57 

Martin Pedersen 58 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



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12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
980 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
060 
9C0 
960 
70 

480 
480 



550 
550 
550 
580 
550 
11005 
550 

480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 

140 



Xavier & Helen Schlmmel 89 

Gladys I. Swanson 60 

Do 61 

A. O. Nelson 62 

B. C. Thompson 63 
Do 64 
Do 65 

Anton Reese 66 

Otto G. Wegner 87 

Do 66 

Mrs. Walter Melcher 69 

Mr. Earnest Jensen 70 

E. Jensen 71 
Earl L. English 72 

Do 73 

Do 74 

Do lot 75 also (ex W 
18.1 ft) that pt of lot 
78 lyg betw N & S Ins of 
lot 75 extd W 

Mrs. Mary McGovern lot 
76 also (ex W 18.1 ft) 
that pt lot 78 lyg betw N 
it S In lot 76 extd W 

Clyde Douglas lot 77 also 
(ex W 18.1 ft) that pt 
lot 78 lyg betw N 8t S 
Ins lot 77 extd W 

Frank Walsh W 18.1 ft 78 
Do 79 

Do * 80 

Do . 81 

Do 82 

F. H. Nolle 86 
Milton Johnson 87 
James Vales 88 

Do 80 

Edw. T. Harmon 90 

Do 91 

Herman H. Rehberg 92 

Do 93 

Frank J. & Elsie Toman 94 

Do 95 

Howard L. Anderson 96 

Do 97 

Stanley Binkowski 98 

Do 99 



280 

mi* 

280 

280 

280 

2410 

5090 

280 

280 

5360 

3440 

550 

1550 

3030 

'1580 

3030 

050 

3030 

3230 

13020 

1930 

i 550 

3570 

^850 
8330 
8530 
550 
830 
7980 
7980 
3760 
960 
550 
10725 
7700 
050 
550 
850 
550 
3780 
550 
850 
550 
550 
530 
4680 
680 
6330 
550 
580 
880 
4470 
7010 
530 
6460 
3780 
550 
680 
550 
530 
050 
6460 
'2680 
850 
550 
550 
6230 
550 
550 
6050 
550 



390 



4240 



iName :HD»f«lptfon Aii'dyal: 

Do P 27 15020, 

Martin Goodman ; 28 ^lj* 

Irene Graham 29 4740 

WM.iPrack 30 ^Jg 

Do- 31 410 

Henry Freiday 32 3090 

Ernest B.* Ott 33 ^JW 

Ernest Ott 34^4670 

Mrs. Lillian Leuske 35 7840 

Viola Bordegon 38 4190 

Do v 187 410 
FELTERS SOUTHVIEW BEACH % 
UNIT NO. it 

John E. Frogner 1 

Do 2 

Evelyn Ruth Puts 3 

John J. Smith 4 

Do 5 

Mrs. Magdlcn Tulp 6 

L. Kohl 7 

Leonard G. Kohl i 8 
Robert & Florence Moroney 9 



5640 
550 

4610 
550 
550 

2400 
410 
280 



Mabel Weber 114 

Robert M. Lindblad 115 

Frank Feiler 118 

Robert J. Wolf 117 

Do 118 

Howard J. Johnston 119. 

A. Bentel 120 
Walter Johnson 121 
Leonard Podborny 122 
W. Knapp 123 
John Warum 124 

Do 125, 

John W. Forrester 126 

Robert Radke 127 

Do 128 

James Smutney 129 

James F. Smutney 130 

Do 131 

Margaret H. Heinz 132 

Do 133 
C. Lindley 

B. Russow 
Do 

E. H. 8c Anita Hamel- 

burg, Jr. 137 

Evelyn B. Casella 138 

William F. Schmitt , 139 

Do 140 

Richard C. Garnett 141 

Mrs. Paul Knizse 142 

Virgil B. & Zehra M. 

Felter 143 

Do 144 

William W. Hagstrom Jr. 145 

Do 146 

Paul Wilson 147 

Do 148 

Felter's Assn. Treas. Park 

FELTERS SOUTHVIEW BEACH 
UNIT NO. 1 

Loren Sexauer 1 550 

Do 2 6600 

Gertrude M. Eddy 3 3510 

Do 4 550 

Carl B. Doty 5 1720 

Do 6 550 
George B. Henriksen Jr. 7 550 

Do 8 7380 

Do 9 410 

Carl B. Doty 10 410 

Do 11 410 

Do 12 5020 

A. R. Moore 13 410 

Do 14 7290 

Ira M. Oliver 15 4190 

Ray H. Pearcy 16 4260 

Roy H. Pearcy 17 410 

Norvin E. Stoffei 18 5910 

Charles H. Milz 19 3090 

Roy A. Lokke 20 7840 
Wm. McMurdock & Agnes 

Mc Caw 21 2540 
E. Babcock & E. L. Young 22 410 

Do 23 5770 
John & Margaret Smith 24 3640 

Lloyd Kjellqulst 25 4120 

Dan Radakovic 28 410 



2960 

220 

550 

550 

550 

550 

3780 

550 

550 

4810 

7980 

550 

550 

6330 

3300 

7980 

550 

550 

550 

4680 

5360 

4680 

5360 

4400 

550 

550 

550 

3300 

4950 

3230 

4060 

4810 

550 

7700 

550 

4810 

550 

550 

2680 

4810 

550 

8110 

4330 

530 

6740 
4540 
5360 
2200 
550 
550 

550 
7430 
7430 

550 
5090 

410 

410 



Joseph Boher 10 

Nick Badame 11 

William J. Schelble Jr. 12 

Joseph Kullkowski 13 

RALFahle 14 

Dan C. Kelliher - M8 

Stanley A. Muzyk 16 

JohnOlstad ! \ ' 17 

Charles Blank \.rs. 18, 

Theodore Maestranzi 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

W. C. Duesenberg ; 22 

Minnie Heicher 23 

Fred Gras „ ; t ;24 
John P. Loughane 
Fred Mludek 

Do 

Do 

Carl Unrath 

Peter Lewondowskl 
Charles Blank 
John Olstad 
Garvin H. Richards 
Dan C. Kettiher 
R. J. Fahle 
Joseph Kulikowski 
Casmier Stavinoga 
John Hamola 

Do 
Casmier Stavinoga 
Joseph Kulikowski 
Phillip Arnold 
C. F. Spierlng 
Garvin H. Richards 
A. Joseph Reuter 
Joseph M. Slomka 
C. Cardott 
Steven I. Sowinski 
Roy Bennish 
C. F. Spiering 
Phillip Arnold 
William M. Ullrich 
Hans Trepte 
J. C. Hagen 
Hans Trepte 
Michael M. McSweeney 
Phillip Arnold 
Frank Sindelar 
Ernest Ott 
Steven I. Sowinski 
C. Cardott 
James Bendel 

Do 
Ernest Ott 
Ernest Maynard 
Mary Lehman 
Michael M. McSweeney 
Hans Trepte 
Roman Rogowski 

FIRST ADDN TO GOLF VIEW 
SUBDN. 

Charles W. Orisso 1 330 

Do 2 330 

Do 3 2120 

A. McSwiggin 4 330 

Mrs. Hans F. Kolb 5 3010 

Do 6 1430 

Do 7 330 

Ernest J. Lohndorf . 8 330 

Do 9 3190 

Do 10 330 

Robert J. Hawkins 11 330 

A. Mc Swiggin 12 330 

FIRST ADDN. TO HILLSIDE 

SUBDN. 



25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

60 

51 

52 

53 

64 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

68 

67 

68 

69 



8220 
410 
410 
410 
7290 
3780 
410 
4950 
4330 
3300 
9000 
3810 
410 
2840 
^410 
^410 
410 
410 
#410 
5360 
410 
410 
410 
3090 
410 
410 
.410 
4670 
3640 
3640 
410 
3300 
410 
410 
410 
4470 
6710 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
2540 
3230 
410 
410 
3780 
410 
3090 
410 
5910 
410 
6196 
3300 
410 
410 
410 
4050 
690 
3850 
410 
3920 
410 
5220 
410 
3440 
4670 
410 
5150 



Name: Description -Ass'dVal! 

to Grass Lake ^ " i690 
Do lot 14 also land lyg ^ 
betw N «e IS flns ad lot 
extd W to Grass Lake 4980 

FIRST ADD TO MORLEV'S NEW 
VENICE 

James W. McMlllen, Phyl- 
lis McMillen, Leslie Pal- 
mer, May Palmer, John 
Palmer, Agnes Palmer, 
OttoWelinske.CalKar- 
rasch, James /Stewart &, 
Mayme Stewart, Regina 
Karrasch ' . 18 280 

Do 17: !280 

Do 18 1580 

Do" - 21 830 

Db 23 8880 

Do 23 1690 

Do 24 8250 

Do VA!^ ^140 

Do mtv*^ m 



FIRST ADDN. TO SELTERS SUB. 

Mrs. Theresa Ring 16 3440 

Do 17 960 

Joseph E. Kavanda 18^ 5980 

John & Myrtle Ludlaw 19 3860 

William Sass , p 26 2200 

Michael Prymas 21 5500 

Herman Fink 22 960 

Dot 23 7420 

Do 24 1440 

Edmund E. Wlndstrup 25 2200 

Mrs. 'Maude E, Heine 26 960 

Do 27 11690 

William Arnold . 28 4190 

William Sc Joanne M. Bird 29 4120 

1st ADDN. TO SIMONS KLONDIKE 

sua 

Harry R.. Smith 1 410 

Do 2. 410 

Henry Sturwald 3 410. 

Howard Shea (ex Eft) 4 210 

E. P. Wright E% 4 210 

Nona S. Brown 410 
Marjorie Stolberg all lot 

6 8c W 10 ft lot 7 2680 
Edw. Lyzniak (ex W 10 

ft) lot 7 & all lot 8 3780 

Henry Sturwald 9 410 

Do 10 3090 

R. Berger 11 2540 
Edwin Polzin (ex W 20 

ft) 12 210 

R. Berger W 20 ft 12 210 

Charlene Grom 13 410 

Herman Ulrlch 14 210 

Herman F. Ulrich IS 410 

V. Remeika 16 410 

Herman F. Ulrich . 17 . 410 

Charles Kloepper 18 3440 

.Charles Klopper 19 410 

Mrs. E. J. Neville 20 3920 

Jerry Kuchta 21 2890 

DO 22 2890 

Do 23 410 
Charles Peters W 60 ft 

N 100 ft 24 280 
Jerry Kuchta W 60 ft S 

100 ft 24 280 

FHtST ADDN. TO TRIEGER'S SUB. 



Name Description 

tends from ^pt in 'NEly 
In sd lot 5 1 1 SEIy from * 
^NWIyjcor thof to pt in J 
ISWly ?lhisd lot 10 ft SE-^ i 
ly from SWly cor sd lot 9 
Louis G. Soelter pt lot 9 
daf pt lyg Wly of In wh 
extends from pt in NEly 
In sd lot 5 ft SEIy from 
?NWly jcor thof to >pt In 
(SWly In sd lot 10 ft SE- 
Iy from SWly cor sd lot 
*rall 3 10 

Frank Page 15; 111 

Do 5 12 

Walter^G. Patton 13 

Waiter G. Patton 14 

Do -f 15 

HarrytP. Contos ^18j 

Dr. H. R. Wenger ) 17 

Jacob Schutz "'* - 18 
Frank A. Forbrich 18 

Nellie Nadenik & V. Blaha 20 
H. iG. Hardt '7i 7v 21 



ySM'dvsl 



LOUIS FORBRICHS 2ND SUB. 




7900 
9890 
1650 
1600 

11280 
2B40 
5360 

87,80 
6780 
6870 
8670 
6870 



H.G. Hardt 22 

Joseph Dvoracek 23 

Do^ 24 

D r. Roy F. Teborek 28 

E. A, Forsberg 26 

James Carroll 27 

Do -^ ■ :£%£:??- - :28 

J. Van der Molen 29 

Gotthard Hlller 30 
Elmer W. Boston ;-m;. m31 

Anna Vydra ; r' - . 32 

Frank Konietzko 33 

Charles S. Lubin 34 

H. W. Hunter 35 

Anton J. Lessa 38 

Richards J. Danielak 37 
Paul J. Mueller lot 38 8t 

SH 39 
Edw. J. Forbrich N-% lot 



1100: 

2890 
5360 
6470 
4680 
1100 
1100 
2890 
6120 
3580 
6460 
3789 
5910 
9140 
5090 
5360 

4880 

9140 
9140 
7840 
7350 
, 6120 
1100 
8530 

10930 



lots 38 io 38 incl.' 
BLOCK 4 
Charles Albers 

Do 

Do 

DoD 

Do 
Mary Newell =est 

Do 
Watts Bros, ^z 

Do* ;^ - 
Joseph C. ic Marie 

Kovorik 10 

Dofe^ 11 

Watts Bros. 12 

Joseph J. Russ 13 

Fred Haerle 14 

Do 16 

William C. Thomas 17 

Do / 18; 

Eugene Baron 19 

William C. Thomas 20 

Do ■■-■; . 21 

Paul Baffin 22 

Anthony' Curio 23 
Stephen & Lorraine Puree 24 



Leo Lay 

Do 

Do 
Leo G. Johnson 

Do 
Leo Lay 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
J. P. Gorman 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 



330 
330 
330 
5280 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
870 
330 
330 
330 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 



2340 
330 
330 
330 

3580 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 
330 



1st ADD TO JACKSON PARK 

Elmer George Tessman 1 6050 

Do (ex pt lyg Sly of a 

In drn fr a pnt on E In 

sd lot 74 ft S of NE cor 

thof to a pnt in W In sd 

lot 2 wh is 88 ft S of NW 

cor thof) 2 280 

George Gloss pt lyg Sly of 

a In drn fr a pt on E In 

sd lot 2 74 ft S of NE cor 

thof to a pnt in W In sd 

lot 2 74 ft S of NE cor 

thof to a pnt in W In sd 

lot 2 wh Is 88 ft S of NW 

cor thof pt 
Simon P. Wolfson 

Do 

Do 
Clarence Friedle 
Simon P. Walfson 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Dor 

Do 1 

FIRST ADDN. TO LAKE VHEW 
SUB 

Bernard L. Mueller Sr. 
Richard Domeraski 
Laurel D. Powles 
Frank Ma lone 
Earl C. & Marie Loomis 
Harry D. Cromer 
Earl & Marie Loomis 

Do 
Paul S. Zdon 

Do 
Carl & Anna Barthel 

FIRST ADD TO LOTUS PARK 

Alfred W. Hudon, lot 10 
also land lyg betw N & 

5 Ins sd lot extd W to 
Grass Lake 

Edw. Eledcr lot 11 also 

land lyg betw N & S Ins 

sd lot extd W to Grass 

Lake 
Bernard & Helen Gutow- 

ski WVfe lot 12 also land 

lyg betw N & S Ins sd 

lot extd W to Grass 

Lake 
Norman E. James E\k 12 
Mrs. Vida Shunneson lot 

13 also land lyg betw N . 

6 S Ins sd lot extd W 



Daniel E. Nugent 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Arthur B. Trieger 7 

Do , " 8 

Do 9 

Do 10 

Veronica & Jos. Prible 11 

Charles A. Haling Jr. 12 

Charles W. Haling 13 

Charles Haling 14 

Charles W. Haling 15 

Joseph Decker 16 

Do 17 

Roy & Eleanor Bonnivier 18 

Daniel E. Nugent 19 

C. W. Brewer 20 

Do 21 

Peter Peyo Smith 22 

James Kochmond 23 

Do 24 

Ralph Triger 25 

Do 26 

Do 27 

Daniel E. Nugent 28 
Arthur B, Trieger (ex W 
175 ft of lot A measd 
on N Ins of sd lot 
Daniel E. Nugent W 175 
ft of lot a measd on N 
& S Ins of sd lot 

FISK & LASHERS SUB. 



550 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
410 
6460 
210 
370 
410 
340 
280 
300 
210 
210 
280 
280 
280 
550 
410 
410 
690 
690 



6690 



1290 

5510 

3990 

830 

3570 

410 

830 

830 

8320 

6470 

8810 



39 & all 40 

George P. Black 41 

Jerry & Anna Kostric 43 

P. Kulas & J. Iversen 44 

Daniel Lang 42 

Harry R. Koch 45 

Do ' 1 46 

Clara Westfall including 

land N & adj. 47 

LOUIS FORBRICHS 3RD SUB. 

Myrl & Duane Bauske 
Walter F. Forbrich 
Edward C. Pink 

Do 
Dr. Joseph J. Hohner 

Do 
Edward Swastek 
Louis - Clara Soelter 
Louis & Clara Soelter 
Mrs. O. W. Wingard 
Walter G. Patton 

Do 

Do 
Emilie J. Forbrich 

Do 
James Carroll 

FOX LAKE VISTA UNIT NO. 1 

BLOCK 1 
Watts Bros. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Union Bank of Chgo .Tr. 

Do 



1 


336 


2 


330 


3 


330 


4 


4460 


5 


1980 


6 


330 


7 


3160 


8 


330 


9 


330 


10 


330 


11 


330 


12 


330 


13 


330 


14 
15 


330 
330 


16 


330 



25 



BLOCK 5 
Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 
Do 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

1 

2 

21 

4 



Jerry S. Vavra 1 

L. P. Colt 2 

Do 3 

Charles Prexler S% 4 

George J. Jacobson, NVs 4 

Charles Prexler 5 

Do 6 

S. Baranski & T. Martell 7 

Ladislar 8t Bessie Jachym 8 

Harry H. Stern 9 
James W. Tobin, lots 10 6c 

11 & (ex S % lot 12 5640 
Grace Elphinstone SVfe lot 

12 & all lot 13 
William G. Atherton 14 
Fred Meyer 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Fred C. Scharlan 18 

Do lot 19 also Ett 20 
Raymond E. Reich, WVfe 

lot 20 also all 21 

Mathilda A. Piehl 22 

Do E 25 ft 23 
George Tuck (ex E 25 ft 

lot 23 & all 24 

Harold Dindingcr 25 

John Fort 26 
Helen McKenna & Marie 



1 


4960 


2 


4130 


3 


280 


4 


2760 


5 


4410 


6 


3860 


7 


4540 


8 


280 


9 


5640 


10 


1620 


11 


1620 



5130 



3020 



3640 
3370 



Bushnell 27 

Charles G. Holmes Jr. 28 

J. J. Spyshala 29 

Do 30 

Do 31 

Do 32 

W. L. Anderson 33 

Do 34 

George C. Eckert 35 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hudec 36 

Kenneth & Lupe Albright 37 

J. W. Doncer 38 

Edward Kugle 39 

Edward J. Kugle 40 

Thomas L. Gibbons 41 

Geo. D. & B. L. K. Brown 42 

John Knasko 43 

William C. Frohmeier lots 

44 & 45 

Harry J. & Ruth A. Carl- 
son 46 
Homer & Pearl Fowles 47 
Roy W. Leopold 48 
R. & E: & B. I, Flint (ex 
SVfe) , 40 
Do SVi 49 
LOUIS FORBRICHS SUB. 
Otto & Myrl Bauske 1 
Do 2 
Do 3 
Otto - Myrl Bauske 4 
Otto & Myrl Bauske 5 
Dr. Joseph H. Hohner 6 
Do 7 
Do 8 
Joseph Helen Haas (ex 
pt lyg Wly of In wh ex- 



6050 

7080 

830 

550 
4880 
7560 
2480 

0190 

8800 

830 

15960 
4330 
7150 

5020 

960 

410 

410 

4070 

410 

3890 

410 

7700 

3300 

5220 

6870 

410 

6190 

7560 

410 

410 

8670 

5910 

7840 

410 



Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Ernest Lohndorf 

Do 

Do 
Union Bank of Chgo, Tr. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Mary Palasz 

Do 
Union Bank of Chgo. 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Union Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 1 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
8 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 1 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 



140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140. 
140 
140 
140 
140 



170^ 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 . 
170- 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
V170 
170 
170 
170 

170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 

170 

170 

2810 

170 

280 
170 

410 
170 
140 




BLOCK 2 
William C. Andrews 

William C. Adnrews 
William C. Andrews 
Anna Beckstrom 

Do 
Watts Bros. 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 
Chester P. Michaels lots 

9 & 
Tony Cerven lots 11 & 

12 also 29 & 30 
Fox Lake Realty Co. lots 

13 & 
Do 

Roy Serio 

Do 
Fox Lake Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Anton B. Cerven lots 23 

to 26 

Tony Cerven lots 27 28 
Don Doskocil lots 31 & 32 
Carl P. Kimble lots 33 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

10 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

140 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

17Q 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

550 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

280 

390 

280 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

170 
110 
110 

110 
110 

280 
280 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 

Watts Bros. 
Do 

Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 
Do 

BLOCK 6 

Frank John Kozer 

Jos. Toussaint 

Carl J. Meitner lots 3 & 

Leonard C. Sims 

Harold Watts lots 5 to 
8 incL 

Ray B. & Mary Jendryczki 9 

Harold Watts lots 10 to 
17, incl. 

Union Bank of Chgo 18 

Harold Watts (ex S 20 ft 20 

Mildred Christy lot 19 & S 
20 ft 20 .190 

BLOCK 7 

Joseph T. Pranica 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

BLOCK 8 

Union Bank of Chgo 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Andrew Budai 6 

Union Bank of Chicago 7 
Do 8 

Do- 9 

Do 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

Do 16 

Do , 17 

Do \ 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Peter Leber 22 

Union Bank of Chicago 23. 
Do 24 

Do 25 

Do 26 

Do 27 

Do 28 

Do 29 



170 
170 
170 

170 
170 

170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 



900 
210 



1650 
1650 
11480 
1650 
1050 
1650 
1650 
4330 



& 34 

Sam Bradley lots 35 & 36 

BLOCK 3 

Edward M. Lilla A 

Leo & Anna Lubeck B 

Ezra L. D'Isa lot 1 to 5 

incl 690 

Ezra L. D'Isa 6 3850 

Do 7 140 

Do , 8 140 

Leo & Anna Lubeck 9 140 

Do 10 140 

Edward M. Lilla 11 140 

Do 12 140 

Do 13 140 

Do 14 4400 

Do 15 140 

Do 10 140 

Do ' 17 140 

Do 18 140 

Do 19 140 

Do 20 140 

Do 21. 140 



Union Bank of Chicago Tr. 30 

Do 31 

Do 32 

Do 33 

Do 34 

Do 35 

Do 36 

Do 37 

Do 38 

Do 39 

Do 40 
BLOCK 9 
Union Bank of Chicago 1 

Watts Bros. 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Do 7 

Do 8 

Do 9 

Do 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 

Do 15 

Do 18 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Carl J. Lofquist 20 

Watts Bros. 21 

Do 22 

Do v 23 

Do 24 

Do 25 

Do 26 

Do 27 

Do 28 

Do 29 

Do 30 

Do 31 

Do 32 
Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 33 

BLOCK 10 

Union Bank of Chicago 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Do 4 

Do 5 

Do 6 

Carl J. Lofquist 7 

Anna Corbett 9 

Watts Bros. 8 

Miss H. Murphy 10 

E. J. Christaffel 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 

Do 14 



170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 

210 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 

170 






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'Name ''Description ^ Ass'd Val. 

Union 'Bank -of Chicago < 15 \ 140 

Do 16 140 

WDo 17 140 

SDo 18 140 

Do 19 140 

Do 20 140 

BLOCK 11 

Union Bank of Chicago Mi ,":170j 

Do 2 170 

Ho 3 170 

Do " 5 no 

^Do ^ ■ 6 170 

lDo# - 7 170 

Mrs. Mary Pezck 8 170 

Do 9 • 170 

BLOCK 12 





Union Bank of Chicago 


1 


170 


^ibyC 


Do i 


:- " 


2 


250 


-irEFFEr^ . " r 


Do - 


' ' ' -■■'.- ' - 


3 


250 


^•^rv * 


^Do' -3 


— - r -*-^~~- ■ i - - 


m a 


250 


r " 


Do - 




5 


250 




Do 


.' 


6 


250 


- : 


JDo 


."-"_- 


■'% k 


250 


„i!izv>! -■-""- %- 


^ma 


■ V 


;8 •"; 


250 


EK& : ' 


ADo - 




9 


250 


' ; * 


Do 


... ■'. ■ ., 


10 


250 


. 


Do 


... 


11 '% 


j 250 


■ - * "-i ■ 


./Do 


f ='■'-- "'•- 


12 


250 


■ '^r- ,■ -J 


'-"Do - 


i ■ 


13 


250 


„._„-. „.. ._. 


-ft-Do 




14 


250 


'^ . V 


Do 


. *'" .' 


15 


250 




Do 


:« _ 


16 


250 


1" * 




BLOCK 13 ' 


■ -' 


'. 




Union Bank of Chicago 


1 


250 


' 


Do 




2 


260 




Do 


• . 


3 


250 


• ' L 


Do 


• 


4 


2S0 




Do 




5 


250 


* 


Do 


„ 


6 


250 




Do 


. 


7 


250 


n 


Do 


* 


8 


250 




Do 


. 


9 


250 


, 


Do 




10 


250 




Do 




11 


250 




Do 




12 


250 




Do 




13 


250 




Do 




14 


250 


- 


Do 


- 


15 


250 




* Do 




16 


250 




mr 


BLOCK 14 








Union Bank of ^hicagr 


1 


250 




Do 




2 


250 




Do 




3 


250 




Do 




4 


250 




Do 




5 


250 




Do 




6 


250 




Do 




7 


250 




Do 




8 


250 




Do 


* 


9 


250 




Do 




10 


250 


„ 


Do 




11 


250 




Do 




12 


250 




Do 


BLOCK 15 


13 


250 




Union Bank of Chicago 


1 


250 




Do 




2 


, 250 




Do 




3 


250 




Do 




4 


250 




Do 


- 


5 


250 




Do 


* 


6 


250 




Do 


■ 


7 


250 




Do 


i 


8 


250 




Do 


■ 


9 


250 




Do 




10 


250 




Do 




11 


250 


,. 


Do 




12 


250 




Do 




13 


250 




Do 


' i ■ 


14 


250 




Do 


■ 


15 


250 




Do 


i 


10 


250 


i 


Do 


- 


17 


250 




Do 




18 


250 




Do 


** 


19 


250 




Do 




20 


250 




Do 


' 


21 


250 




Do 


■ ' 


22 


250 




Do 




23 


250 




Do 


.•• 


24 


250 




Do 




25 


250 




Do 




20 


250 




Do 




27 


250 




Do 




28 


250 


| 


Do 




29 


250 




Charles B. Noll 


30 


250 




Do 




31 


250 




Do 




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J. J. & j';C6sta.i& P. ;■ 

^Pumilia - ^ ! 7 

Do ; 8 

Do 9 

E. E. Thomas 3rd & W. 1*?; • 'J , 
^Thomas ^ . 10 

Do 11 

Christina Walstad I 12 , 

Leonard Engel v : ,r 13 

Otto Schuenemann 14 

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Otto Schuenemann :m J 1. y 

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Arnold St Gen. Johnson - 5 ' 

Do ! r •'.' 6 

Anthony Rofranb „• 7 

Do VA 8 

Do . 9 

Samuel Shafer 10 

do — > ; 11 

Do M. , i 12 

Do M ^ 13 

Otlo Schuenemann, 14 

vDo 15 

Do 16 

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James & Anna Milton 1 

Do ■ 2 

David P. St Cecilia Hay 3 

F. Suchomel .4 
Do c 5 
Do . 6 

David St Elsie Schinler 7 

Frank J. Havelka 8 

Walter Demlow 9 

Do 10 

John Kubacki 11 

Charles' Gottmann 12 

Do .13 

Hubert Wilson • 14 

Do 15 

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Ireno J. Brown 1 

Frank St Lois Reikowski 2 

John F. Noreuil Sr. 3 

Do 4 

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Edward F. Placek 1 

Chas. & Anne Placek 2 

E. Pomeraning 3 

Do 4 

William J. Clausen 5 

L. A. Luemput 6 

BLOCK 24 

M. F. Nielsen 1 

Do 2 

L. T. Wiederrecht 3 

Chester Trykowski Jr. 4 

Rudolph Sebastian 5 

Watts Bros. 6 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 7 

John F. Feistkorn 8 

Frank Shule 9 

Do 10 

Edward M. Lannes 11 

John W. & Ida Wenzel 12 

Ray & Marie Tonyan 13 

Louis R. Laffler 14 

Albert &t L. Schulthesis 15 

Albert Schulthesis 16 

1st Nat'L Bk. of Lk. Fr. 17 

Ursula Anderson 18 

Edward J. Sullivan 19 

Floyd R. Weaver 20 

Do 21 

Mrs. Crescentia Wesa 22 

Do 23 

S. & I. Niedbalski 24 

Adam J. Mejewski ' 25 

John D. & Helen Simms 26 

BLOCK 25 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 1 
Land O'Lakes Realty Co. 2 

Robert J. Esterday . 3 

Gus Johnson 4 

Paul Heitz 5 

Valentine Sauer 6 

Do 7 

Mrs. Fern Sturtevant 8 

Do - 9 

Do 10 
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kuester 11 

Do 

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Swan Johnson 
Do 
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James Hall 1 

Emily Kapusnlk 2 

Do 3 

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Fred H. Graumann 5 

Do 

Do 7 

E. Fleishauer 8 
Harold Watts 9 
Aloysuis J. Tomklewicz 10 
Dr. Austin G. Cherry 11 

Do 12 

Frank Trkovsky 13 

Do 14 

Joseph B. Czarnecki 15 

Do . 16 

Dr. Austin G. Cherry 17 

Charles Sarin 18 

Do 19 

Dr. Austin G. Cherry 20 

Do 21 

Do 22 

Do 23 

Rose Taylor 24 

Do 25 

Kenneth St Ann Warner 26 

Do 27 

Myrtle Moore 28 

Ernest W. Rein wall 29 

Bernard Lictz 30 

Bernard Lietz 31 
Land O'Lakes Realty Co. 32 

Do 33 

Roy . Eleanor E. Kolner 34 
Roy St Eleanor E. Kolner 35 

Mrs. Madeline Albrecht 36 

Ima Petty 37 

BLOCK 27 

Jos. B. & V. B. Gurzejk 1 

Fred Sulek 2 
Virginia G. & Ken. R. 

Evans 3 

Joseph Kogut 4 

Do 5 
Daniel & Alice E. Habel 6 

Edwin Tischer 7 

Charles J. Macko 8 

Do 9 

Carl Berglund 10 

Do 11 

Myrtle Moore 12 

J. R. Patrofko 13 

Do 14 

M. L. Meyer 15 

Do 16 

Do ' 17 
Watts Bros. 18 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert An- 
derson 19 
Mrs. Sadie Moore 20 
Frederick M. Senese 21 
Wilfred Wedekind 22 
Leo J. Polinski 23 
Watts Bros. 24 

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M. L. Meyer 26 

Do 27 

Harold Watts 28 



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J. W. Glascock - ' 29 4460! 

Hector L. Girard 30 

Edward F, Placek 31 

W. Malinowski. 32 

W. Malinowski 33 

Edw. J. Taken Jr, 34 

James H. Duirglns 35 

Charles J. Macko 38 

Do 37 

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Marryll St Lillian Bailey 40 



Daniel .& "Alice E. Habel 41 

Joseph Guzik ; 42 

Do 1 - 43 

Kenneth B, St Vlr. iQ. •!■ ':■ «■ 

Evans 'W- : Y >!=•"*! : -i" 44" 

Stanley St Marie Ginther 45 

BLOCK 28 

1st Nafl. Bk!of4ik. Ft; 1 
1st Nafl Bank of Lk. For. * 12 . 

William R. H. Brown 3 
William R, St Helen Brown 4 

Mrs, Eveline Jacobson 5 

Edw. B. Biker fi 

A. F, Beeske j .. : )7 

Casimir Jablouskl 8 

Do 9 

Do (ex SEly % lot 10 
Thomas J. Cimlno SEly ; 

% lot 10 also all t , 11 
Mrs, M. Oachmann ,12 . 

Do,i.:'.,.j 13 

W. Raab^ 14 

Do . 15 

Marie K. Smith 16 

Charles. J. Macko 17 

Charles Benner Noll 18 

Chas. Benner Noll 19 

Charles Benner Noll 20 

BLOCK 29 

H. L. Munsell N 40 ft 1 
Elsie Dittmann S 40 ft N 

80 ft 1 

•Do S 40 f t 1 

Evelyn Dittmann 2 

W. D. Striler 3 

Mrs. L. Schick 4 

William John Beasley 5 

Edwin & M. Siroky 6 

J, Conti 7 

BLOCK 30 
Olga Vileta N% lot 1-2-3 , 
& 4, & W 20 ft SVi lot 4 
Alfred T. & D. Boyd S% 

lots 1-2-3 & 4 (ex W 

20 ft) S'/z lot 4 
Mr. and Mrs. William 

Hynous 5 

Do 6 
Olga Vileta & Ray Eggert 7 

BLOCK 31 

Union Bank of Chicago 1 

Do 2 

Do 3 

Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 4 

Do 5 

W. D. Striler 6 

Do 7 

James & Louise Wilhite 8 

Do 9 

Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 10 

Do 11 

Do 12 

Do 13 
Land-O-Lakes Realty Co. 14 

BLOCK 32 

Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 1 

Mrs. E. Eischer 2 
Union Bank of- Chgo., Tr. 3 

Do 4 

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Union Bank of Chgo. Tr. 8 

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Do 

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Charles B. NoU 

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Do 
Union Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 
Miss Cora Tilden 

Do 
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Union Bank of Chicago 
Irving Fitzibbons 
Ann Macknin Shapiro 

Do 

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Union Bank of Chicago 

Do 

Do 
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Union Bank of Chicago 

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Unknown 
Union Bank of Chicago 

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R. G.O'Hare 38 

Do u 37 

Unknown^ 38 

Do; 39 

Robert L, Bawman 40 

Do 41 

Do , 42 

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Do * 44 . 

Union Bank of Chicago 45 

Do 11 46 

Do 47 

Do /48 
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Union Bank of Chicago 
Do 
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Union Bank of Chicago 

,;Do 111 • ■?.! m -. 
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;Do . 

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Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

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Do 

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Do 

Do 

Do 

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Aron Carlson (ex W15 ft) 14 
Watts Bros. 15 

Do 16 

Do 17 

Do 18 

Do 19 

Do 20 

Do 21 

Do 22 

Do 23 

Do 24 

Unknown (ex N 60 ft) blk 

36 
Philip J. Motroni N 60 ft 

blk 36 

BLOCK 37 
Watts Bros. 

Do 
Al. Beaudry 

Do 
Dlmitri Rajala 
Robert W. Taylor 
Lloyd . Florence Floto 
Philip J. Motroni 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Mrs. Carrie Williams 
Land O'Lakes Realty Co. 

Do 

Do 
Irving C. Jensen 
W. G. Kilburne 
Ernest Tieman 
M. St C. Oplaski 
Albert Bruning 
Philip J. Motroni 

Do 

Do 
Clara M. Byrne 
Emma Cray ton 

Do 

Do 
Bernlce Murrey 
W. G. Kilburne 
John St Anna Matron! 
Jon St Anna Matron! 
Oscar J. St Martha Blain 
E. W. Krueger 
Charles C. Wuest 
Charles Wuest 
Arthur Keil 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Harold Watts 

Do (ex Wly % S 140 ft) 43 
Harland F. Roettiger Wly 
%S 140 ft lot 43 St aU 

Do 
William G. Keil 
Elsie M. Carlson 
S. William Carlson 
C. Wm. Carlson 
Harold Watts 
P. St V. Glash 
Land O'Lakes Realty Co. 
C. L. Allen / 
Harold Watte / 
Land O'Lakes Realty Co. 
Harold Watts 

Do 

Do 
Marie Watts 

BLOCK 38 
George D. Watte 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do park - 

BLOCK 2 
Mary Bower lots 15 St 
Alex E. Nosek lots 2 St 
Walter Penning lots 1 St 
Theo. P. Kohnke 

Do lots 4 & 18 & 
Clarence Dressel lots 5 • 

14 inc St 20 - 29 inc 

BLOCK 3 
Ethel Lund Fiegner 
William Adeszko 
Mrs. E. M. Schramm 

Do 
Fred Rosenbom lots 5 St 
Conrad W. Knudson 
Linneaus J. Jewett 
John T. Cook 

Do 
Clarence P. Dressel 
C. Dressel 
Frank P. Birong 
Charles Hehn lots 14 St 

BLOCK 5 
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Do ^ 
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Charles Gelling 

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Edw. IHaberatick 
James J, Svoboda 

Do '■ 

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Bruno Buino - 
v^Doi.^;- ' M 
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James J. Svoboda 
L. B. Buino 
Raymond R. St A I. 

O'Connor 
'-Do !-. 
.aDod- : ^. .':.:ip;„, 
Albert M. Sucksdorf 
O. A. Rubrecht 

FOX RIVER SPRINGS 
Mary B. Bower lota 20 & 21 
N. A. Brown 22 

Do ■ 23 

George L. Wendt 24 

John Wendt / '28. 

Bdw.. W.JBtenersen 28 

Otto G>$Iesser 27 

Nelfl N. Nelson 28 

•ji BLOCK 8 
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.Do ■ :>.„' .: . ■;■ 

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Mrs. Pearl Hartman 

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Wilbur Clark 
B. G. Harper 

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William Sternberg 
B. G. Harper 

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John St Bessie Clifford 

Do 
F. Schreiner 
Theodore J. Hastings 
George Putros 
Edward Sternberg 
Ed. Sternberg 
B. G. Harper 

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Joseph Waclowik 

Do 
Alex F. Bak 

Do 
John J. Geory 

Do 
Mrs. Amelia Simon 
Blaine J. Barry 

Do 
Donald & Ena Fischer 
Joseph Vidic 
Mrs. George Kroeger 
George H. Kroeger 

BLOCK 10 
John L. Wiecek 

Do 
George H. Murray 
Henry Mueller 

Do 
John L. Wiecek 
Frank J. Wieczarek 
Orlie Henrich 
Louis & Helen 
Hueckstaedt 
Mamie Cunningham 
Anton Dziekonski 
J. N. Myrtle Montgomery 17 
M. F. St Catherine Jacob 18 
George Shaw 19 

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^th-EIy on N In itb >POB 

alsosth pt lot 10 SW% 

lyg E of cen of )rd St W 

of W In above descd 
itraet & -Slv ot ^Nly In 

extd W* Nly of Sly In .!* -^ ^ . .. 
i^extdW • ^S^TO 

Mr. B. Borrows (ex com 

at NE cor lot 4 th SWly 
i onvE In ad lot 10 ft th ; i ^p 

Wly to a pt 6 ft S of NW 

corthofthN8fttoNW 

cor thof th Ely an Nrln 

? to^POB) i v # 1 

Mrs. Sarah D. Krlebel .*, 

ONAEDLINOER St TODNO SUB, 

Mrs. Emma M. Gnaedli ng- 

er (ex E150.41 ft) measd 

oh Hickory St W of 
1 North Ave; 
Louis P. Niascn com at pnt 

on S In sd lot 150 41 ft 

W of SE cor thof th N 

at R A to sd S In 99,85 ft 

thE 152.09 ft to E In id 
i lot th S on sd E In 100 

f t to SE cor sd lot th W . ! 

on S In sd lot 150.41 ft : 

toPOBpt m -in 2tO 

Chester Tristano com at 
pnt on E In sd lot 100 ft 
N of SE cor thof th 
contg N on sd E In 145.4 
ft to. NE cor sd lot th 
NWIy" alg Nly In ad lot 
195.25 ft th S 264.28 ft 
to pnt 152.09 ft W. of 
FOB thE, 152.09 ft to 
POB pt 



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S. E. West (ex N Vh ft 

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Peter Jackstis N2% ft lot 

3 lyg S St alg lot 4 all lot 

4 also S2tt ft 5 1540 
M. H. St E. H. Mauermann 

(ex S 2'£ ft) 5 1860 

Jerome J. Neri 6 1680 

GOLF VIEW MANOR UNIT 
NO, 3 
Ray Preganzer 1 

Do 2 

State Bank of Antioch 3 
Mrs. Ray Preganzer Jr. 4 

Do 5 

Wm. Karl 6 

Do • 7 

Mrs. A Mrs. W. Graczyk 8 
Mr. and Mrs. W. Graczyk 9 
Wallace W. Graczyk 10 

Roger T. Fitch 11 

E. J. Lake 12 

John Stark 13 

Carl F. Hattermann 14 



Peter H. St E. E. Mueller 15 



Do 
Do 



2340 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



3030 

580 

5050 

2370 



30 


280 


17 


1380 


16 


1660 


3 


550 


19 


2890 




2750 


1 


4270 


2 


3440 


3 


3990 


4 


960 


6 


6710 


7 


4470 


8 


3030 


9 


4470 


10 


1790 


11 


410 


12 


6730 


13 


4540 


15 


8050 


11 


2810 


•15 


1070 




2520 


12 


1400 



Mary Bower lots 1-6 & 13 

Walter C. Franke lots 7- 
10 inc. 

Ronald E. Olsen 

Mary H. Stanton Joedicke 
& John L. Hook 16 330 

Do 17 330 

Do 18 330 

Do 19 330 

Do 20 330 

Do 21 330 

Do 22 330 

Do 23 330 

Do 24 330 



C. Z. RamsdiU 
David St Helen Everltt 

Do 
Edw. M. KaH 
George T. Kennerk 
John Wiecek 

Do 

Do 

Do 

BLOCK 11 
Harvey C. Schlaeger 

Do lot 2 & th pt of Ntt 

of vac pub hwy lyg S St 

adj sd lot 2 St betw E St 

W In of sd lot extd S 
GARWOOD'S LAKE MARIE SUB. 
Alice Runyard (ex W 30 ft) 1 340 
Harold W. Olsen W 30 ft 1 890 
E. L. Simons 2 9770 

Do W% 3 5980 

Do E% 3 2410 

Lloyd E. St Louise Murrie 4 18020 
Emelie C. St Stuart T 

Olsen 5 7430 

John Bay 6 1240 

Walter T. Larson W% 7 12030 

Do E% 7 2410 

Valentine Mikush lot 8 St 

E 15 ft lot 9 6330 

Henry E. Stainer W 35 ft 9 4120 
Ott Wendt E 50 ft of W 

85 ft 9 1510 

OIFFORD'S FAD* OAR SUE. 
Cora M. Burge 1 

John Volk 2 

George J. Rowder 3 

James Doucet 4 

A. F. Wittine (ex pt lyg 

Wly of a In dm fr a pt 

on Nly In sd lot 60 ft 

Ely fr most NWIy cor 

sd lot to a pt on Sly In 

sd lot 95 ft Ely fr most 

Nly cor sd lot) pt lot 5 
James Doucet pt lot 5 lyg 

Wly of a In drn fr a pt 

on Nly In sd lot to a pt 

on Sly In sd lot 95 ft Ely 

fr most Nly cor sd lot 5 
LaVerne Vallee »•, 6 

S. R. Vogt also W 2 ft lot 

8 & all 7 5470 

Frank Sunick (ex W 2 ft) 8 5500 
John Volk 9 4570 

Anton Fredrickson 10 7430 

John Volk 11 1790 

John F. Volk 12 11426 

Do 13 1510 

Cora M. Budge 14 7950 

Helen & Isadore Goldstein 15 580 
James J. Egem 16 5940 

M. Fields * 17 4730 

GIFFORD'S SUB 

Isadore St Helen Goldstein 

(ex com at a pt 60 ft 
SWly of NE cor of sd 

lot 3 th SWly 65 ft to 

S In thof th Wly on S 

Iri sd lot to SW cor thof 

th Nly on W In to a pt 

50.8 ft S of NW cor thof 

th Ely to POB 3 12240 

Albert Sima com at pt 60 

ft SWly of NE cor sd lot 

3 th SWly 65 ft to S In 

thof th Wly on S In sd 

lot to SW cor thof th N- 

ly on W In to pt 50.8 ft 

5 of NW cor thof th Ely 
to POB & th pt lot 10 
SW% lyg E of cen of rd 

6 W of W In above 
descd tract St Sly of Nly 
In extd W & Nly of Sly 

In ext'd W 3 13680 

Albert Sima com at NE 
cor lot 4 th SWly on E 
In sd lot 10 ft th Wly to 
pt 6 ft S of NW cor thof 
th N 6 f t to NW cor thof 



Peter H. St E. E. Mueller 

Do 
Holger H. Larson 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 
Clyde L. Leesley 

Do 39 

Do 40 

Do 41 

Chas. Bohn 42 

Charles Bohn 43 

Kermit C. Weinberg 44 

Edward G. Ebbesen 45 

Edw. G. St Alice Ebbersen 46 
C. W. Engel all lots 47-48-49 



3920 



190 
5530 



E. J. Topolinski 50 

Do 51 

Geo. A. Nustra 52 

Mrs. Maryn Sellers 03 

A. H. Owen 54 

John Kramer 85 

Do lot 56 St W 20 ft 57 
Charles M. Smith (ex W 

20 ft) 57 

Charles M. Smith 58 

Do SO 

Chas. M. Smith 60 

Do * 61 

Do 62 

Do 63 

Do 64 

Do 65 

Do 66 

Porter A. Larson 67 

Do 68 

Do 89 

Harold A. Schumert 70 

Do 71 

Do 72 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 73 

Do 74 

Do 75 

Do 78 

Do 77 

Do 78 

Do 79 

Do- 80 

Do 81 

Do 82 

Thomas M. Mclntyre 83 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 84 

Do 85 

Do 86 

Do 87 

Do 88 

Do 89 

Do 90 

Do 91 

George J. Mazzuca 92 

Do 93 

Do 94 

Do 95 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 96 

Do 97 

Do 98 

Do 99 

Do 100 

Do 101 

Do 102 

Do 103 

Margaret J. Lauersky 104 

J. E. Brook Tr. 105 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 106 

Do 107 

Do 108 

Mrs. J. Wicker 109 

J. Wlcher 110 

Jacque R. Koppen 111 

Rose Mazzuca 112 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 113 

Do 114 

C. W. Engel 115 

Do H6 

Fox Lake Realty Co. 117 

Chas. Smith 118 

Do 119 

Do 120 

Do ' 121 

Do 122 

Carl T: Bell 123 

Charles, L. Anderson 124 
Stanley & Helen Augusty- 

nowicz 125 
Heelen Augustynowicz 126 

Holger H. Larson 127 

Do 128 

Do 129 

Do 130 

Do , 131 

Do. / 132 



250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

10180 

4750 

5020 

9190 

3470 

4820 

3140 

3470 

230 

250 

4650 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

280 

250 

250 

250 

6850 

6960 

250 

740 

3580 

250 

3000 

250 

250 

250 

4950 

12» 
6330 
250 
250 
250 
250 
5190 
250 
250 
250 
4380 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
940 
7770 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
3510 
3480 
3480 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
3170 
2960 

260 
3470 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 



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