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 - are sisters. .Mrs. Violet Walker is the mother....
are sisters. .Mrs. Violet Walker is the mother. Recent guests at Clarence Canaday's for a surprise picnic for Don Canaday's 15th birthday werd the Harold Sabins; Verl Pattersons, Russel Harms, son of the Albert Harmses, Algona, the Darlow Rogerts, Lawrence Millers, of this area, Mrs; Margaret Kent family, Algona, the Stephen Canadays and Christie, Burt, and the John Jehningses, Sexton. Don is a son of Clarence Canaday. Mrs. B. O. Davis and her mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell, visited Mrs. Vena Schneider and Mrs..Elizabeth Anliker Sunday, patients at the Good Samaritan home, Algona. Mrs. Anliker is formerly of Emmetsburg, and Mrs. .Schneider of Irvington. Mrs.. Fern Canaday, Douds, two sisters and a 'brother-inrla'w of. Mrs. Canaday Avere - recent overnight gUests, of Mrs. Caha- day's son, the Clarence Oana- days. The families went to Truman, Minri.7 to' vsit 'the Mark •Scearceys. and Mrs. Minnie Sce- arcey. They returned to Douds Saturday. . : : The Irvington church picnic will be held Sunday at Call state park at noon. In case, of rain it will,be at the church dining room. Recent overnight guests at Verl Patterson's wore Mrs. Hazel Markovetz and. her father, Mr. Hoyt, Algona. Mrs. Markovetz taught the sixth grade at Lucia Wallace school in Algona before she and her father moved to Des Moines, where she is teaching in Urbandale. Mrs. Markovetz taught in Algona for eiglit years. The Charles Reapers spent a few days last week at their daughter the Dean Culbertsons, caring for the children and doing chores while the Culbertsons attended the' Minnesota state fair;. •, : ; •• - :• •-• - . . . Claude Fowler,'Ir.vington, left Saturday for Pine River, Minn., for a month at his brother Emmet Fowler's. •••',:' ,Mrg. Florence Colwell, Irvington, left Monday for Jackson, Minn., for a week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Shirley Steinberg, Pomona, Calif., came August 29 to her parents, the Ray Fitches, of Burt. Mrs. St&in'berg came by plane to Omaha, where she was met by her son Mark gchore, Omaha. Monday Mark, his motfo er and sister, Mrs. Steinberg and Mrs. Richard McDowell, of Dawson, drove to the Fitch home at fiurt. Mark and his sister, returned Monday. Other callers at the Fitch, home were two sisters, the Robert Skillings here, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and sons, liver- more, an uncle, the Leo Clarks, Britt. Mark Schore returned to the Fitch home Thursday, and he and his mother left for Oma> ha and Dawson. Mrs. Steinberg returned home by plane Sunday. . Recent guests at Je.ss6 Schmidt's, Ruthven, for a picnic were Mrs. Schmidt's parents, the Ray Fitches, Burt, and two sisters, iMi-s. .Robert Skilling,.Mrs, Myrtle Stiltz, Livermore, and -Wayne Jones, Burt. WOULD BELIEVE... YOU CAN CUT YOUR LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A BRADY 4-ROW CHOPPER? Yes . .. and we can guarantee it! Want proof ? Just .ask-'for a FREE demonstration on your farm. No obligation'. You!ll : see in a hurry why BRADY -ia FIRST in 4-row sales...PIRST in performance in the' field. JBAADY FIELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model.cuts'ft' 1 full 144"! The most copied' 4-few on the, market...Also: available in 2 smaller models to-cut 80" or 00" wide. These "beefed-vp" units completely shred and pulverize tough, thick, stalks . . .with less tractor power than you can imagine. CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa

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  1. Kossuth County Advance,
  2. 08 Sep 1966, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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