PAGE TWO_ NO. I? OF A CfcNTfcNNTAL VfcAft SEJtIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County Mervin Christenson You may not find cowbojs in Kossuth county, but you will find a "ranch"—because that is precisely what P. M. Cbristonson and his son, Mervin, operate near Lone Roek. The Chrislcnson's own 400 acres there anil rent another 400. The Christenson specialty is raising purebred polled Hereford cattle for in-ceding purposes. When they 'rounded up' last fall, there were between 350 and 375 head of purebrcds. This year there is approximately the. same number. Bulls and females have been shipped from the Christenson place to such far distant points as Australia, South Africa, South America and the Hawaiian islands. Last :|ear, about 70 Polled Hereford bulls were sold—about one-half ol the crop. The Christenson's also have Dtiroc hogs and about 250 acres of corn (his year, besides raising their own hay and grain for feeding purposes. School Bells Ring, Staff Back LuVerne jUt yerrtte.: The LuVerne pub- Jle sohool :bega« Monday, September 2 with, registration in the forenoon. J. Arnold Melle is su- perintenctent, Bryce Wiskett will be principal and coach, Miss JJeleh Hewey Will teach rnathe- truttlcs and physics, Miss Betty .Conner w.U.l teach English and home economics and Miss Joy Burdiet Will teach the commercial studies and history. Miss Genora Roland will teach the seventh and eighth grades. Miss Frances Kuhn will teach the fifth and sixth grades. Mrs. Joe Thorn will teach the third and fourth grades. Miss Esther Mcr- kle is the first and second grades teacher. Stenley Genrich, Robert Bigings, and Loycl Jackson will drive the throe school bus- SOS* The Lutheran parochial school opened Monday with J. A. Luchman !is the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger spent Tuesday visiting their son Carl Ruger in Brill. Miss Anna Woito spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends al Slate Center. Mrs. Bruce Lowenstein lefl recently for California, where she will visit 'her parents. Mrs. Walter Hefli spent a few days in Brill caring for her sister Mrs. James Paulson and new baby daughter. The Presbyterian Ladies' asso- cialion will meet Wednesday afternoon at Ihe home of Mrs. Waller Engel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lcglcr moved lo Waukon Tuesday, where they will both teach in the public schools there. Mr. and Mrs. August Pergande and family visited Mrs. Pergande's sister and family al Churdan over Ihe weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kennelh Sorensen spent Sunday al Lake View visiting at the home of her parents, Mr- and Mrs. Ernest Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woito and family of Cedar Rapids spent the Labor Day weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Ella Woito. • *HI Mrs. Fred Merkle and children spent a few days visiting at the IOWA FACTS Iowa has 9,000 mile?, of railroad. This track mileage is exceeded only by the states of Texas, New York and Illinois. 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The very first application should give you comforting relief and a few short treatments convince you that you have at last found the way to overcome the intense itching and distress. Moone's Emerald Oil is easy and simple to use—grease, less — stainless — economical - promotes healing/ Ask for Moone's Emerald Oil. Satisfaction or money back^good druggists everywhere. .ALGONA UPPER DES MOIKES, ALGONA IOWA Jiome of her brother And family, Mr- .and Mrs. Eft? 1 . Leljhlan iri Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin McGowen and son Stanley, Mrs. Frank Sanford an*-twin daughters Jfp- le.ne and Joan were Mason City callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvtoi 'Jtercm and family of Corwitr} were Visitors Wednesday eyeftiflg at the home of her parents, Mr", nnd Mrs. G. S. iLUhd. Johnny-La Warne, sort of Mr. and Mrs. ,J.dck LaWare. of: Port Dodge visited Wednesday trt the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Harms and four children of Farmingdale, 111., Were visitors the past week at the h^me'idf Kev. Mrs. Louis Witteniwrg; .. and Mr. and Mrs. H6war"d; Srrfith recenlly purchased the;'K6use belonging to Mrs. Maggie' Zentnei< which they have been living in for the past several months. Conrad Baumgartner, of Renwick was recently taken lo Ihn Christie Moen convalescent home in Humboldl following a heart atlack. Mr. Baumgaiincr is a former LuVerne resident. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant -returned home Tuesday morning aflcr spending a few days -visiting at the 'home of Mr. imd Mrs. Frank Brown in Nora Springs. and sisler-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doak in Olalhe, Kans. They also attended 'the Doak family reunion which was held Sunday in Cameron, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. James Doak re- lurned homo Monday evening afler spending a week al the home of his mother, Mrs. Edgar 'Doak, and also with his brother Mr- and Mrs. G. M. Will and children returned home recently after spending two 'weeks visiting at?- the home of her sister and with other relatives in Washington. Mrs. Paul Beckman entertained several lilUe girls on Thursday aflernoon in fifth birthday of honor of the her' daughter Lynette- The afternoon was spent playing games. Mr. and Mrs- Arthur Satre and two sons Stephen and Daniel of Rockford, 111., spent the past week visiting at the home of her father, Fred Fritzemfeier, and with her sister Hulda. '••' Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler spent the weekend visiting at the home of her brother arjd sister- in-law in Garden Grpv'e : . They helped their little riiece, Christine Louise, celebrate ! ,;her first birthday. '.jj Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Jackson moved Thursday from the former Fechner building into the house recently constructed; by Chester Stoddard. Mr. Jaqkson is machine operator for the :Vcrn Theater. $,' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knjitson of Fort Dodge are the parehts of ,a baby girl born Saturday, iJAug- ' iist 24, in the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Knutson is the former Betty Burtis, formerly of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wciland of Britt and their, son Dale .Weiland of Brooklyn, N- Y., and'Miss Clarisa Voiding of Crystal Lake were dinner guests Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Steussy. Mrs. Henry Marty returned home recently from Denver, Colo., where she had spent several days visiting at the home of her brother and family. Mrs. Marty's father George Merkle re- mained for a longer visit in Col* orado. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Luehman returned home Friday after spending a week visiting relatives and friends at Hastings, and Reward, Neb. Their daughr ter Valeria remained at Sevvard, where she will attend a teachers' college there.- Mr. nnd Mrs* A. J. Passehl and daughter Shirley and Miss Martha Witten'burg, all of Watkins, la., were weekend guests at the home of Rev- and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg. Miss Passehl and Miss Wittenburg are sisters of Rev. Wittenburg. The JjUthcran Walther League entertained the Garner Walther League Thursday evening in the church. The evening was spent playing games. Contests were held and group singing was enjoyed. A radio skit was nlso given by the members. Mrs. James Neville of spent the weekend visiting al the horpe of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. Little Diane Neville, who had spent a few days uisiling at the home of her grandparents, returned to Amos with her mother. Mrs. Albert Genrich ]efl by train Saturday evening for Sioux City, Where she will meet her sisler Mrs. Blanche Shoemaker. From here they will go to Long Beach, Calif., to spend a month visiling al the home of their brother Mr. Haller. Mi', and Mrs. O. -S. Lund and daughter Dolores spent Sunday afternoon, visiting their daughter Mrs. Jack Palmer of Renwick, who is a medical patient in the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. They also visilcd Ralph Lawrence, a Tbrmer LuVerne resident, also- a patient. SEXTON FOLKS ARE VISITORS AT FAIR Ames Bode Man Succumbs ' r * Bode: Lars Larson died suddenly at his home Tuesday, August 27.;at 1.1:30 p. rn. of a heart attack. He is survived by his wife and five children. Funeral services are incomplete awaiting news from his son Lt. Herbert Larson, still in army service in Tennessee. Sextbh: Hanson, west of town, „_ the state fair at Dell Mjrtfiei ffeV- eral days last week;. f*$ia (Jennings did tl were gone _.___ sister, Marcclla Bwtlett, and a girl friend kept boiiso during their absence. Mrs, Harvey Steven ,flnd M,M. , Everett Steven were hostesses to the Sextoh W. S. C. 0. W,p.dllbS day afternoon at the "Har Sloven home north of town. good crowd attended and further plans were made for the -annual bazaar and chicken supper to be held Thursday evening, Sept, 26. IvPV. and Mrs. Ctare Pargb Of Iowa Falls were callers .Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ophcim. Mrs. Arch Burger, Swea City, and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Algona, spent Thursday afternoon at the home of their mother Mrs- Sarah Wise, where they did some canning for her. Shirley, Donna, Dixie artd Dennis Scefelt, children of J>Ar. and Mrs. Lcander Seefelt visited Wednesday and Thursday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings while their parents attended the state fair at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven went to Mapleton, Minn., Thursday to the home of their son Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd family. Harvey H, Steven and Duane, eldest son of the Lloyd Stevens, who has been visiting here fqr several weeks, returned home with them. Mrs. B. E. Sanders visited -Friday afternoon with ' Mrs. Fred Neahring at the Kossuth hospital. The Neahrings have a new baby girl, .named Rhonda Kathryn. This makes a family of a boy and three girls. The Nea'hrings formerly lived in Sex- ,A<UI(!(1 Attraction < «Jfew ararcli of Time'* ' "Wanted New Homes'? .. FUIDAY, SATURDAY/SEPT. 6-7 ton and later east of town, on a farm south- CALL Tl ? i:SI)AY, 'WKl^K.SWAy, .SEPT. 10-11 Co-JUt strange/ savage emotions /.. leading a beaotiM girl andjlrte men who love her Stntoa relentless drama of ftttfeiealoosy and violent &&® 'SUSPENSE A KING BROS. PRODUCTION starring BELITA • BARRY SULLIVAN BONITA GRANVILLE • ALBERT DEKKER whh tUGEM/MUmr WIPES • BOBIY MMOS t His li >^$>f;^M><l^ •Added Attractions jfows—"Rocket 'to BACK AGAIN! And Here for Immediate Delivery • Coal and Wood-Burning RANGES Full Enameled Oven High Baked Enamel Back Front Oven Thermometer Large Cooking Surface Baked Enamel Finish $98 Aho! COPPER-CLAD RANGES Also! 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