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M f- PAGE TWO___ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Combs recently visited Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams at Indianola. Mrs. Anna Weir and daughters Bridget and Georgia are visiting Mrs. Weir's mother Mrs. OToole at DeWitt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long left Tuesday for Iowa City following ii visit since Friday at the A. L. Long homo. . Mrs. R. W. Welp of Mason City came last week for a ten-day visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Slaley of Aurora, 111., stopped here Saturday to get Edna Staley, cousin of Mr. Staley, and took her to La Crosse, Wis., for a few days visit with an uncle W. A. Co- vcll. ALdONA UPPEft Dig MOMS^ALGdNA IOWA NO. 14 OF A CENTENNIAL YEAK SEMES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County \ Henry Scheppman Henry Scheppman came to Iowa from Minnesota in 1921, or as he puts it: "from one ffood state to one a little better." He first settled in Kossuth county near Burt, and in 1931 moved to his present farm in Irvington township. Although Henry says he retired from active farming on March 1 of this year, we found him in the process of cleaning a large chicken house the day we visited him. The Henry Scheppman farm at present consists of 400 acres. There are seven children in the family—3 sons and 4 daughters. Louis farms 160 acres, and Leroy is a chief petty officer in the Navy, now in Hawaii. The third son, Henry A., now farms the home place, having taken over from his Dad after 4({. years in the Army. The daughters are Mrs. Frieda Gade of West Bend; Mrs. Laura Smith of Lone Rock; Mrs. Minnie Studer of Wesley and Mrs. Esther Smith of Algona. Henry states there are lots of "ups and downs" in farming, which makes it interesting. And he %ays that though the farmer is today enjoying: prosperous times, he should look ahead and prepare for times that mighl not he so good. IOWA FACTS One of the most famous trees in the world is the original "Delicious" apple tree, found growing in 1872 and still growing in Madison county. From the branches of this one tree, have come 8,000,000 Delicious apple trees Next week is COUNTY FAIR time again for Kassuth . . . let's all plan now to attend and see this living record of our community's accomplishment for the past year. Meet you at the FAIR! IOWA RALPH MILLER, President HAROLD GILMOUE, Cashier ROY McMAHON, Asst. Cashier AN EXPERT KNOWS MORE ABOUT LESS if Good health for every citizen, every family, is the chief concern of medicine and pharmacy. To accomplish this objective in the best way, the vast field of medical science has been divided into specialized groups. The physician is thoroughly schooled 'in diagnosis and treatment. As pharmacists, we are experts in the preparation and dispensing of drugs. We do not pretend to be able to diagnose your ills. But we are qualified, and gladly accept the responsibility of filling your prescription exactly as your doctor specifies. THUENTE PHARMACY PHONE 252 ALGONA IOWA Mrs, F, W, Dingley arid Helen spent from Saturday till Wednesday in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. W; B. Nugent. Hans Newby of Seattle, Wash,, has been spending the past ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christensen arid friends at Fenton. Mrs. Gordon Wesieoit and three children from Swea City spent last week visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Ed- 1 wards. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and Children Duane and Marie spent Sunday at Bancroft with Mrs. Adams' parents,, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and children Lois and Darrell spent the weekend at the Oko- bojis with Mr. and Mrs, Earl Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson were Sunday guests of. Joe Harig and his family at the Okobojis. The Harigs have been there the past two weeks, Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zweifel, spent the weekend at Lu Verne with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knopf. The Wade Sullivans returned Sunday from the Okobojis,where they have spent several weeks and will be home for the rest of the summer. ..• ' Ann Fechrier and Myrtle Turnbaugh went to Mason City Tuesday, Mrs. Fechner on a business mission, and Miss Turnbaugh to see an oculist. . Dr. F. E. Sawyer, Floyd Sawyer, Jr., -Mrs. Phyllis Kelley and her son Michael recently returned from a week of fishing at Newton Falls, Canada. E. J. Van Ness, Katherine Van Ness, Harry Chambers, and Mrs. Paul Wille went to Webster City Sunday to attend the reunion of the Spanish-American veterans, of the 52d regiment. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Jr. and John Simon Sr. returned Friday from Rochester, where they had taken Mrs. Simon Sr. to go through the clinic. A Hie May Harrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Harri-. son, of Titonka, is visiting her grandmothers, Mrs. Wm. 'Harrison and Mrs. Willard Card. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wiltkopf, with the latter's father, Clifford Frink of Emmetsburg spent from last Sunday till Wednesday with relatives at Waukon. Loren Courtney left Monday for Denver, C616., on a vacation. Loren is manager of the Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners, of vvhich Mary Boswell is owner. Mr. and Mrs, Albin Carlson md son Jackie, of Durinell, fiinn., were Sunday guests . of he " ' ' — - weeks, of vacation Chrischilles store, where she is •bookkeeper and cashier, Mr. and Mrs, Ernes!, Anliket went to Mason Clty> Thursday to transact business. They were accompanied by their daughters Beverly and Mrs. W0nUn west- phal, and her litMe daughter, Jcanette, and Mrs. iBen- Mr., and 1 Mlfs, 'H&met and children Marilyn and Rich- aid spent Friday and 'Saturday at Perry, with Mn and Mrs. Q. A, Btirrell, parents of Mrs. Tuttle. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle went to Mason City oft A''(bus- iness trip. M*. and Mrs. £««! Th the latter's sister Mrs: Geilenfeld ' and - her"^' La Vonne and Rita' of Cleat- Lake returned Thursday from a week's vacation at the Black Hills, S. D. They also visited the Bad Lands. Mr. and Mrs, Dale Brand arrived last week for a visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P^J. Kohlhaas. They have been in California, where Mr. Brand has been taking summer school work. The Brands were married 1 early in ihe summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gene, 1 'Magiiire of Fort Dodge are the .parents 6f a daughter Peggy born .. vife, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson. Mrs. Ralph Valentine _and daughter Mary Lou spent Wednesday and Thursday at Fort Dodge • Cvith- Mrs. Edward Doyle, sister of Mrs Valentine. Leon Carlwright, who recently went to the university hospital at Iowa Gity for an examination, has returned home and is much improved, following treatments there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Czapp of Minneapolis, came Saturday to visit Mrs. Anna Sutton. The Czapps are former Algonians and Mr. Czapp was mechanic in a garage. Austin DeGraw and daughter Evelyn of Moulton, Kan., visited Mrs. Mary DeGraw, and other relatives here a few days last week. Mr. DeGraw is a cousin of the family. Keith Halsrud, who recently was in an accident and received a skull fracture, returned to the Kossuth Hospital Wednesday iwith an'ear infection as a result of the fracture.: i Mr. and Mrs; Ray Keefe of Osage are vjsiting the latter's mother, Mrs. Henry -Baier, and ithe Robert Leasons. Mrs, Baier July 28, weighing five , pounds and seven ojimces. The j Maguires now have two daughters and two sons. Mrs. Magffijre', is the former Bernice Stotirh. ".''. Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin, Quinn, who are vacationing at' Lake Okaboji, are returnlBfffttrA'lgona Wednesday; and will remain till Thursday "with ' Mrs*.""T3uitin-s mother, Mrs. Laura Chubb. On Thursday they expect to leave for their home at Washington, D. C. \ Myrtle Klocke and a friend. Dorothy Treloar, both of Water loo, spent a week's vacation here visiting the formerls sister Mrs. Frank Nitz and family of Ledyard and an aunt 'Mrs. Clem Goodman and family of Algona. Both women are empl6yed at the Rath Packing Plant. .-.-. • Mr. and Mrs. E. G; Lee with their two sons left Monday on a months vacation, two weeks of which will be spent at Denver with Mrs. Lee's parents GVfeand Mrs. T. P. Rehder, and other*felatives, the last two weeks at the^Black Hills with Mr. Lee's' parerfls Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lee. p Mr. and Mrs. Frartk Cauqhey and children, Bgvly, "Bud" and Jennifer returned . Sunday from a twO^jveeks vacation at the Okob'ojis. While there, little Jennifer celebrated her second birthday with a party to which several small children in" -nearby 'cabins ware ..incited, ' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Baker and their daughters 'and their families, Mr. and Mrs:-?H.,E. Presthus of Bancroft, Mr. and John Schulz ~0f IrVington, son Merlon attended a Peterson- Woodwick family repijion Garden City, Minri;i7,'.;$unday. Thirty-five persons', wore prfis- ent. r.f ; Nine members of/ .the Alpha Psi Chapter of Be'ta Sigma Phi spent the weekend at Lake Oko- M*. aftd _ f speftt SundaJ>,&f'.fistheftflle \tlth the latter's lifter and' fief hu1r< band, Mr. ana Mrs 1 ,' Joe 'King, arid took horrtfi the Kings' daugh" teT Betty Lou fallowing hef week's visit with them. Mrs. Donald 6rtofr and little son have returned from Brookings, S. D<, where Donald is enrolled at the school there. It was impossible to find • suitable lly* ing djuar'ters, find Until a place can be found Mrs, Orton is with Don's i parents, Mr. tod Mrs. Clark Ortbii. Donald sjtent the weekjend'with, them. Ensign Rogef James Christian' sen 1 of Rirtgsted visited Mrs. Lor* etta Giffin and other friends Wednesday. 'He was able, to. relate first hand experiences of the atorrtic bonifo test at Bikini, as he was on the U. H. S. McKinley, a cdmmunlcatlpns ship. Syhce returning to the States he has,received his 'discharge. Mrs. Gusfa Patterson entered the 'St. Jo^6ph Metcy hospital at Mason City for an .operation which was . performed Friday. Hci' son, Stanley, and his wife, and a sister Mrs. Clyde ConriCr of Des Moirtest were with- her. She is recovering quite nicely. Mrs. Patterson has been clerking at Huxtable's for several months. Mrs. Wallace Clow, the former Gertrude Lo'iig, flew from Modesto, Calif., to Grand Rapids, Mich., where she obtained a new car. With her mother-in-law, she arrived here Sunday for a brief. visit, with relatives and Monday they left for California, where the senior Mrs. Clow will visit fill.the first of September. Mfi. T. ,L. Larson will leave Thursday'.lor LaPorte, Ind., to visit her daughter, and family, Dr. arid 'Mrs. C. N. Fischer. The take a vacation 1 and Mrs, , -O MrV and Mjf*. Jft&n Martin daughtef Pdtflelajjrtid Mrs, N tfiatl PMpt, BfaWlnd!, arrftf „ ay fete a visit With Mr. and Clark Ofton and ihe Mrs, ert Deal, Mi's. Dick SorenSSlV and Mrs. Paul Parkins families, Mrs. Martin is a sistef 'of Mi's. Orton and Mrs. Phelps is a niece of Mrs. ,Dsal ( > Mrs* Sorensen and Mrs. PafMihi, The Visited Win' be here 6. >week< - -*•> * while..Mrs. .Larson cares for the chil'drerT -Mrs. Larson 'has not seen her youngest grandchild, Richard Bruce, who was born July 16. She expects to be gone a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Grant- dam of Denver, Colo., arrived today for a week of vacation with the f6rmer's mother, .Mrs. Frances Grantham; an aunt, Mrs. Clara Craft. They will toe here a_ week before Wayne resumes his college work at Detiver, Also visiting Mrs. Grantham and Mrs. Zlraft' is their- mother Mrs. Mary Dudek 6f>Belle Plaine. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. •• Peterson and son .-James of Minneapolis joined Mr. and-Mrs. W. C. Dewel and Mrs. A. E. Clayton at the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake for Jfekend anc ' Monday came wpfj Mrs. Clayton for a'? of days, after which the jjwent to Sioux City to Mr. Peterson is a NOtlCKi t» To: Hartttd Albert, Wagner 'and all Other Persons, Companies at Corporations' having any interest .in or owning any of thejtollowlng descriibed real estate: The Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of the Southwest Quarter- (SW%) of,«Section Nine- (S), Township^ Ninety*" 'five (95) North, Range Thirty (30), West of; the Fifth P. HA. " ,YOu are Heretoy notified .that Kossulh County, Iowa,'desires the condemnation of the following described land: All of "that .part-of the Northwest One-Quarter (NW/i) of the Southwest One-Quarter(SW'/4) of Section Nine (9), in Township Ninety-five (95), North, of Range Thirty (30) West of the Fifth P. M,, (bounded and described ad. follows: , Beginning at the Southeast (SE)' corner of the said Northwest; One-Quarter (NW%) of the -Southwest One-Quarter • (SW'A), of said Section Nine (S); thence North Eleven Hundred Fifty-five and Four Tenths feet (1155.4') to the South Right-af-Way line of .' the'A M. & St. P. Ry.; thence North Seventy-five Degrees • Nine Minutes West (N 75' 9' W) along the South Right-of- Sf^fhtfieif the d. M. 4 ?»?•£$ •aiASflce of si* m effihi!J-»FMt, (B2t5 r ) f~thenee i ,~Jtte'S<ftith Thirteen Hundred < Pour aM Eight Tenths feet (1304.6') to the South line of SaldNofthwest One*<3u(arterV (HW%) of th'e SdufHwe'St; Oiie-Qu>ter --'"••- - "— ...—..,.. Minutes,East (S 88 s #?» Bj 'along the soUtr of tfte ~" '" '"' ,, „ the~__„_ J. - Contain^ r ing I7,17'acf6g, The" Eastvllne" o£ th«,NW'/4 of the-.sW.vi, W assumed tonbe tru^'nOrth. That such condemnation Is sought for the purpose of 1-emov- ing gravel therefrom'to be used as rrfatefial for road building *. _ A. * - .ft "f" J3ff&£* ' * _ a Commission has been appointed as provided by law for the purpose of appraising the damages which Will toe caused by said condemnation. That §aid Commissioners will, on the 13th day of Septetntoer, 'A: p., 194G, at ten o'clock A. M., view, said jpremfses* and 'proceed to appraise Said damages, at Mrhich time you may aiptienr before the Com- missioriw-s if you care to do so. . K^SSyifil COUNTY, lOWAy "By H$VV. iMILTJER, County'At'' torney, At>pllCant7 32-89 GREEnCOLOnifll FURnflCE SERVICE Itching Skin? .Stop Scratching! Here Is Quick Ease and Comfort Now that stainless, powerful, penetrating Moone's Emerald Oil is available, at drug stores thousands have .found helpful relief from the distressing'itching and torture of rashes, eczema, poison ivy and other externally- caused skin troubles. Not only does the intense itching, burning or stinging quickly subside, •but healing is more quickly, prompted.^ ', Get an original bottle of Emerald Oil- Greaseless—Stainless. Money refunded,; if not. satisfied. Dative, Legion Ballroom, Bancroft BACK AGAIN/ AI WAYS 000 i) ANflNOW THIS YtAR- BfTTfR 7HAH fVEK t, AUG. 16 ' CLIPF KYES ' > "Last cngagerrtcjit fpr 1048'!" >' ^^^^^•^^•MaMiH^ta^Mhi^M^MW ' TUESDAYrAUG. 20 , EABllHUNT * ^^^••riMMHiiHil^^HMMI^^ ) •'. FRIDAY, Al/G/'23 '* 'LYNNKERNS '.! k < boji. Baas They were: Mrs. Jr., Mrs. Wayne will accompany home for a visit. her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robinson and family spent Sunday with ^he Louis Wingerts at Buffalo .Center. .The Wingert's son Charles returned with the Robinsons for a week's visit. Irene Corle spent a couple of days last week at Benson, Minn., on" business. She was accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes and the latter's granddaughter Joan Rcsseguie. Extensive remodeling is being done on the late J. A. Vipond farm home, and when completed, .Mr. ur.ci Mrs Tom Vipqml sire- moving there. Tom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vipond. Mr, and Mrs. George Conklin are leaving for ' International Falls, Minn., Wednesday, and will be gone a month. This com- t bines a .vacation and also offers relief to Mrs. Conklin from hay fever. Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Casey and family went to Buffalo Center Sunday where a picnic dinner in celebration of the Casey's little son Charles, 3, was held at the Jake Hofbauers, parents of Mrs. Casey. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards and son, Billie, stopped in Algona last week to visit his mother Mrs. Jessie Edwards, while they were enroute home to Des Moines after spending a month in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts. of Algona left today (Tuesday) fpr points in the eastern part of the United States and Canada. They expect to be gone about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lichty and daughter Virginia, Chicago, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell and were their dinner guests Saturday. The visitors came to visit their son Robert and his wife, and from here went to Lu- Verne to spend some time with other relatives. i Sunday ant) Monday, August 18-19 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, August 13-14-15 She's got a ring on her finger... i noose 'round Edward ARNOLD • lrni HARDING • Robert JENCHUY They expect to be Mrs. W. L, Marliivend moth- Added "Bored of Education". No, 2 News George Bell, returned Friday and Saturday, August 16-17 with her mother Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, and father-in-law, Harry Keith, and sister-in-law_Mrs. Ira Kohl. whiU a faithful dog rroti by Tuesday and Wediiewfoyi August'20»2l by'Many DOCTORS Helps tone up adult system*—helps children build sound teeth, strong bones. !HI«)PI (fill |(l!(|; IUIU Mrs; Faris Miner, .Martha Pelisek, Ruth and Edna Youngwirth, LaVonne Wolcott, Valeria Butts, and Mary .Frances Carney. '" '. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kruse of Pasadena, Calif., visited from Saturday till Monday with Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. From here they went to visit relatives at Cedar Falls and Sioux City; Mrs. Kruse is the. fovmer Irene Miller, daughter of the la'te R.-H. Miller and Mrs. Miller, former Al- gonans. Mrs. Claude Whilehill, with Mr. and Mrs. Harold v Angus of Burt, left Monday .for 'Cheyenne, Wyo., where she will visit her uncle John Mrs. Angus went on ,to San Diego and after a visit there with relatives will go to .Washington and Oregon, gone a month. Mrs. er, Mrs. Thursday night after a month's visit at Nashville, Mich., and several points in Illinois, including their old home at Heyworth, 111, Mrs. Lloyd Keith and two sons left Monday for Burbank, Calif. after

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