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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, June 17,1937 CLARA GRAMENZ BRIDE SUNDAY OF LOTTS CREEK YOUNG MAN Teuton Oil Co. Manager, Bride, Receiving Congratulations Jtenton: Miss Clara Oramenz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz of Fenton, and Raymond Tietz, son of Edward Tietz of Lotts Creek were married Sunday at one p. m. at the Lutheran parsonage with the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz performing the single ring ceremony. Attendants were Elizabeth and Harold Gramenz, sister and brother of the bride. The bride looked beautiful In a white crepe and lace #own with white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaid wore pink taffeta with white accessories and her bouquet was of rosebuds and gladiolas. Alice Glaus and Ortwen Teltz were also witnesses. Following the cermony the couple left for Whlttemore where they were entertained at the home of the groom's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt. Both Mr. and Mrs. Tietz were born and raised in this community and both are graduates of the Fenton Ugh school with the class of 1933. Since that time Mrs. Tietz was employed In homes in Fenton where she has endeared herself because of her pleasing personality and friendly disposition. The groom is also well and favorably known as energetic and honest and will make a good helpmate for the woman of his choice. He Is manager of the Fenton Home Oil station. The couple have rented an apartment and have already gone to housekeeping at the Wilbur Holldorf res- idence where they are receiving congratulations and good wlshe* of their many friends. New Botldlng Under Way A new machine shop, garage and work sh6p combined is being built on the John Light farm which Is tenanted by his son-in-law, Melvin Mansager. Independence Twp. Meeting The Independence township farm bureau met Friday afternoon at the Gilbert GlfTen farm home. The following program was given: report on Rally Day by Virginia Berkiand; talk on Cooperation by a professor of the Emmetsburg junior college; talk by Gilbert Glffen on his potato plot; playlet by Lois, Lyndon and Wakne Kerber; talk and announcements by County Agent Randall Hoffman. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. George Selms, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Meyers and Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kern. On Fishing Trip Dr. J. A. Mueller and Dr. E. W. Ruske left early Sunday morning for Longvllle, Minn., on a fishing trip and will return this Tuesday evening. At Longville they joined Dr. Mueller's brother, Supt. Gene Mueller of Independence, Iowa. Birthday Surprise Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder carried out a surprise dinner Sunday honoring W. J. Welsbrod's 73rd birthday anniversary at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Others attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod, Warren and Phyllis Snyder, Mr. and Mrs, Don Weisbrod and daughters, Anna Rae and Mar- YOUE FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JUNE 18-19 BEEF ROASTS For a nice ovrn rout we HUggeat a nice lean boneless beef roaat. For the week end our price on these fancy roasts Is 17o per Ib. BEEF STEAK For a week end special we feature lean boneless beef steaks. For this sale the price Is only 19c per Ib. FRESH PORK Sweet, tender, fresh pork roasts weighting from 2H Ibs. to 6 Ibs. for this sale at 21c per Ib. Fresh pork steak at 25c per Ib. BACON Sweet Brisket Bacon at SOe per Ib. Especially nloe to cook With navy beans, greens or other fresh vegetables. * Fresh Ground Pure Beef Ib. 15c Fillet of Pollock Ib. 15c ICED FRUIT CAKE You will be delighted with this new cooky. Filled with cocoanut and raisins. Every bite Invites another. Don't be sorry you didn't buy more at our special price of 2 Ib*. for 27c. SUN-MAID NECTARS Nothing nic« can be found In a seedless ralttln. For this sale the 15 01. carton for only Be. Dietitian* appreciate the high food value in raisins. Use more raisins in sauce, pies and various baked foods. FANCY RICE A quick cooking, whole grain, white rice at the special price of S Ibs. (or 16c. This rice and Sun-Afald Nectars make a delightful rice pudding. "HONEY KRUSHED" Have you tried our "Improved" Honey Krushed Wheat Bread? Tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. Better tasting! Better toasting! Better for you! Buy a loaf on your next visit to Council Oak. SUPERB CORN When cream style Country Gentleman Corn bears a Superb label you are assured aa to its excellent quality'. For tills sale a very special price of 12c on the full No. t can. WHEATIES Boys and Girl* Please Note—for this sale % pkgs. Wheaties for 21c, Take this tip from Curl Hubbell and eat a "Breakfast of Champions." Delicious with milk or cream or with some kind of fruit. PEANUT BUTTER Costs less per pound than other spreads on the table. Wholesome too, and it has the delicious flavor of fresh roasted pear nutfe Buy the full t Ib. Jar this week end at our special price of 26B. MORNING LIGHT Peaches The brand signifies firm, ripe fruit packed in its own Juices; also weU filled cans. For this sale the No. 10 can for 4Utc. You can use several cans of half or sliced peaches before uome grown fruit is available. "RED BAG" COFFEE Many buyers who can afford the most expensive brand* con- One their purchases to our popular priced "Bed Bag" coffee because IU rich smooth flavor Just suite their taste. We grind this wh/rie berry coffee as you direct. Try it at our special price of Ue per Ib. or 8 Ibs. for Me. SUPER SUDS For dish washing and Aue fabrics you should use Super Slid* in toe red box. For the regular laundry you want blue box Super Bud*. Try botn kwids at our special price of Uc on the large box. SOAP Crystal White Laundry C Giant bars llyn and Florence Weisbrod and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Pre-Knpttal Shower Ella Dreyer, daughter of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, was honored at a prenuptial miscellaneous shower last week Friday afternoon at the H. H. Dreyer home. Bunco was played at six tables with Mrs. Ed Meyer win- nlng the high score prlie and Lorena Dreyer the consolation. Miss Dreyer received many lovely and useful gifts. Her marriage to Glendon.Scb.rum of Swinton, Mo., will take place on Sunday afternoon, June 80th In the Fenton Lutheran church. Shower hostesses were Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and Mrs. Alex Radtg. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughters Ella, Lorena and Dorothy, were In Mason City Thursday. Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Mrs. W. E. Laage attended a guild meet- Ing at Algona Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett and sons, Robert Lee and Terence spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Will Dehnert home In Algona. Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Wetsbrod spent Friday fishing at Spirit Lake, Marie Pertl, employed at the Ber- nle Roberts home In West Bend, Is pendlng two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph ~ertl. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaston of 'hoenix, Arizona, came last week for a lengthy visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. George Boettcher and 'amlly. Florence Weisbrod and Edith L.aage, both teachers in the Des Holnes schools, came Saturday to spend their summer vacations here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wallace and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and son and Mrs. Mary Mittag were entertained Sunday, at the Herman Hintz home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters, Ruth and Alvina and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and family were entertained at the Emil Dreyer home In Charles City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage attended a party at the Henry Tjaden home near Algona honoring the Alonzo Kennedys, who are leaving for their home in California after a visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Miller and daughter, Betty, and son, Lawrence of Kanawha came Sunday for an Indefinite visit at the Clyde Humphrey home. Mr. Miller is a brother of Mrs. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and the day with their daughter and sis- to Des Moines Thursday and spent the day with their daughter and sister, Alice, who Is taking nurses' training at the Iowa Lutheran hospital. A birthday party honoring Mrs. Andrew Olson of Walllngford was held Sunday at the Ole Berkiand home. Mrs. Olson who was 83, Is the mother of Mrs. Berkiand. A large number of relatives and friends attended. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Brltt, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Huskamp of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Arbogast and daughter Yvonne of this place were entertained at the parental Herman Huskamp home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family of Bancroft were Sun day dinner guests at the E. K. Johnson home near Falrvllle. Ken neth, son of the E. K. Johnsons companled the Lester Johnsons to their home for a few days' visit. Mercedes, daughter-of the Will iam Volgts, leaves Wednesday day morning for Ames as a del egate from the Independence girls 4-H club to the state 4-H club con vention which is in session from Wednesday through Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad and family were Sunday dinner guest of the Lloyd Finnestada of Fair ville. Afternoon visitors at th Lloyd Finnestads were Mr. an< Mrs. John Thompson and Mr. am Mrs. Emil Skartswedt of Cylinder Mrs. Harry Haase entertainer Mrs. Carrie Haase and daughter Pearl and son, Gale at dinner las week Wednesday. Afternoon guest at the Haase home were Mrs. Hen ry Tleman and daughter, Gladys and Mrs. Herman Gade and child ren and Mrs. Peter Hayenga. Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs George Jentz entertained a grou of ladies as a birthday suprise hon oring Mrs. Amos Finnestad at he home Saturday evening. Bridg was played al three tables with Mrs. Charles Newel winning the score prize and Mrs. William Jentz the draw prize. Ben Mitchell, Ole Pederson and John Mlcklick went to Rochester last week Thursday and brought home Mrs. Ole Pederson who had spent four weeks at the Mayo hospital where she underwent a major operation. She Is getting along nicely. Marie Mitchell is employed at the Pederson home. Sunday visitors at the A. R. Willrett home were the following, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willrett and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. K. Wibben and A. J. Wibben of Burt. Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and daughters, Phyllis and Ruth of Fenton spent Thursday at the Willrett home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bamsey had their baby son, Larry Dean baptized Sunday at the Fairville Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gremmels. Following the baptism Mr. and Mrs. Bamsey entertained at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Gremmels, Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and family, Ervln Gremmels and Sally Beukema. Mr. and Mrs. Oacar Voigt and son, Mervin of Alden, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of the former's brother, William Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Voigt returned home Monday, leaving the son for a longer visit. On Sunday evening the Oscar VoigU, Jake Zwiefel, Charles Voigt families and William Voigt and family were entertained at the Frank Weisbrod home in Ringsted. Mrs. Weisbrod is a sister of Mrs. Zwiefel and the VoigU. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause and son, Edmund of Fenton and their daughter, Mrs. Enos Wrede of Burt autoed to Ames early one morning recently to be present at the commencement exercises of Iowa State college. The Krauses' son, August William, received a degree as doctor of veterinary medicine. Mrs Everett Dreyer accompanied them as far a* Boone where she visited her sister, Mrs. Paul Elgler. They all returned borne Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gorhardt Wlttkopf of Algooa and Mr and Mrs. Arnold HanUlroan ol FalrvlUe w«r« gun- panted by Mrs. William Hantelman utd Mrs. Robert Wegener went to Minneapolis Friday to attend the graduation exercises of the Lutheran Concordla seminary. Mrs. William Hantelman'a son, William, waa one of the graduates of the 12th grade He and Mrs, Wegener's son, Merlins are attending th* school for the ministry and both accompanied them home to spend their summer vacation SENATE FILE 14* (By Committee •• Avrlen A Bit,I. FOR An Act to repeal sections four thousand eight hundred seventeen (4817) to four thousand eight hundred twenty-nine (4829), lnclusl\-e, Code, 1935, relating to the eradication and control of weeds and to enact a substitute therefor denning the classes of noxious weeds, providing for the appolrtment of a state botanist and county, township, city, and town weed commissioners, and prescribing their compensation, powers, and dudes; deflr- Ing the duties of the secretary of agriculture, board of supervisors, weed commissioners, land owners, and tenants, with- respect to the control and destructon of noxious weeds or weeds declared temporarily noxious toy the secretary of agriculture: providing for orders by the board of supervisors to describe the time ard manner In which land owners must destroy weeds on their land and on adjoining roads, prescribing the notice to be given of uch orders and providing for the estructlon of such weeds at the ex- ense of the land owners who do ot comply with such order; pro- idlng for the procedure for asses- ig such expense as a tax aganlst he land and the collection there- f; Imposing certain duties upon the ilgrhway commission for the des- ructlon of weeds, and upon officers esponslble for the care of the pub- c highways to make complaint re- rardlrg such weeds and upon the ounty attorney to enforce the pro- "Islons of this act; and providing •"""""• '" 1V - violation of Its 'enaltles for the 'rovlslons. B e It Enacted by the General As- embly of the State of town: ? £?„*• Sections four thousand t hundred seventeen (4817) to our thousand eight hundred twor y-nlne (4829), Inclusive Code mV namiy- two classes, °<- Secondar which Include . noxious epns). annual uribulus trerestrls) IBB «• auon for the town o^ " efoners. ~ • - or highways adjoining; said land unsafe for public travel. "482". The board of supervisors shall destroy primary noxious weeds growing on county, trunk, dnd local county roads, and the highway commission shall destroy primary noxious weeds Browing on primary roads. Nothing herein shall prevent the landowner from harvesting In proper season, the grass grown on the road along his lar.d. "4828. All noxious weeds on railroad lands, public lands and within Incorporated cities and towns shall be treated In such manner, approved by the board of supervisors, as shall prevent seed production »nd either destroy or prevent the spread of primary noxious weeds to adjoining lands. Qravel pits Infested with- primary noxious weeds shall not be used as sources of gravel for public hlghwaj-s without previous treatment approve! by board of supervlsois. "4821. The boar] of supervisors of each county shall each year, upon recommendation of the county weed commissioner, or township manner: commissioners, by resolution pre- 1. On scribe and order a program of weed destruction to be followed by land owners or tenants or both, which In five years may be expected to destroy and Immediately keep under control any areas Infested with any primary noxious weeds on farm land, and shall designate the cutting dates to prevent seed production of all other varieties of noxious weeds. Quack grass In pasture land, rough timbered land or on highway, railway rlghts-of-way and public lands, when acting as soli binder, may be exempt from such order If approved by the supervisors. "4829-al. Notice of any order made pursuant to the foregoing section shall be given by one publication In the official newspapers of the county and shall be directed to all property owners. In cases where thn cost appears likely to exceed twenty-five dollars, notice to property owners shall be by registered letters. Provided, however, that where any railroad company has filed a written Instrument In the county auditor's office, designating tie name and address of Its agent, the county auditor shnll send by registered mall, a copy of said notice to such agent. Said notice shall state: 1. Time for destruction. 2. The manner of destructlor. If other than cutting above the surface of the ground. 3. That unless said order Is com piled with the weed commissioner shnll cause said weeds to be destroyed and the cost thereof to be taxed to the owner of the property. "4829-a2. The loss or damage t< crops or property Incurred by reason of such destruction shnll bo borne by the title holder of iild real estate, unless said real estate shall be sold under contract whereby possession has been delivered to the purchaser. In which event such purchaser shall benr such loss or damage, excepting where a contract has been entered Into providing a different adjustment for such loss or damage. "4829-a3. In case of a substantial failure to comply with such order, the weed commissioner, or commissioners, shall forthwith cause such weeds to ho destroyed, and the expense of such destruction ancl the costs of any special meetings, If any, shall be paid from the county general fund, nnd recovered later by an assessment against the property owner, as provided In section four thousand eight hundred twer.- l.ereof. _ . of super visors shall order tho weed commissioner, or commissioners, to destroy or cause to be destroyed any new weeds declared to be noxious by the secretary of agriculture, the cost of which shall be borne by the county. "4829-a5. The board of supervisors shall order all weeds other han primary noxious weeds, on all county trunk ard local county roads and between the fence lines thereof to he mowed to prevent seed production thereof, either upon Its own motion or upon receipt of wrUten notice requesting such action from ary residents of the township In which such roads are located, or any person regular!/ using- Raid roads. Bald order ihttll define the roadi along which Bald weeds art ty-nlne-a six (4829-afi) "4829-a4. The board eo,ulred to be out and shall require aid words to bo cut within thlr- y days after the publication of said irder In the official newspapers of nl<t county. If tho adjoining owr- •r falls to cut said weeds as required In said order the county or ownshlp commissioner shall have ame out ami the cost thereof shall IP paid from the general county 'und, and recovered later by an assessment against the adjoining iroperty owners as provided In sec- Ion four thousand eight hundred wenty-nlne-a six (4S29-afi> hereof. "4S29-afi. \Vhen the commissioner, or commissioners, destroy any weeds under the authority of sections four tl ousand eight hundred twenly-nlne-n three (482lt-aSl, or 'our thousand eight hundred twen- y-nlne-a four <4329-a4>. after failure of the landowner responsible herefore to destroy such weeds pur- sxinnt to the order of the board of supervisors. the cost of such destruction shall be assessed against and collected from the landowner responsible In the following or before December 31st of the year, the board of supervisors shall assess all said costs for tha calendar year. Including a reasonable part of tie compensation of the commissioner In charge, against he said land and the owner thereof by a special tax. which shall he certified to the county auditor ard county treasurer by the clerk of :he board of supervisors, nnd shall be placed upon the tnx books, and collected, together with Interest nnd penalty after due. In the snmo manner as oiler unpaid taxes. Such tax shall be due on March 1st after such assessment, ard shall be delinquent after March 31st. When collected, said funds shall be paid Into the fund from which said costs were originally paid. 2. Before making any such assessment, the board of supervisors shall prepare a plat or schedule showing the several lots, tracts of land or parcels of ground to be assessed and the amount proposed to be assessed against each of the same for destroying or controlling weeds during the calendar year. 3. Such board shall thereupon fix a time for the hearing on such proposed assessments, nnd at least twenty days prior to the time thus fixed for such hearing shall give notice thereof to all concerned that such plat or schedule Is on file, and that the amounts as shown therein will be assessed against the several lots, tracts of land or parcels of ground described In said plat or schedule at the time fixed for such hearing, unless objection Is made thereto. Notice of such hearing shall be given by one publication In official county newspapers In the county In which the property to he assessed Is situated; or by'posting n copy of such notice on the premises affected and by mnll- Ing a copy by registered mail to tie Inst known address of the person owning or controlling said premises. At such time and plnce the owner of snld premises or any one liable to pay such assessment, may nppenr I with / s 1 before * h with <( ,> same rights given by law before* boards of review. In reference to assessments for general taxation. "4829-nT. It shall be the dnty of all officers directly responsible for the care of public highways to make complaint to the weed commissioners or board of supervisors, whenever It shnll nppenr that the provisions of this chapter may not he compiled with In time to prevent the blooming nnd maturity of noxious weeds or the unlawful growth of weeds, whether In tho. streets or highways for which they are responsible or upon lands adjacent to the same. ••4S29-nS. It shall be the duty of the county attorney \ipon complaint of any citizen that any officer ctnrged with the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter has neglected or failed to perform hl.s duty. to enforce tho performance of such duty. "4829-n9. Any ofWcer referred to In this chapter who neglects or falls to perform the duties Incumbent upon him under the provisions of this chapter shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred (100) dollars. "4829-alO. If any provision of this act stall be declared Invalid, such Invalidity shall not affect the validity of any portion of this act which ran be given effect without such Invalid part." Section 2. This act. being deemed of Immediate Importance, shall he In full force and effect from and after Its passage and publication In The Artalr News, a newspaper ll«lied at Adalr. Iowa, and The Orient Avalanche, a newspaper published at Orient, fowa. H Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply 38-tf mlssloncr shall, Hiibjc and control |, y the 01 . , ' llfl \ t* SU j FT- I > I.-l|l I [| I J tli,. control and the ilestrucllor nil noxious weeds In Ms jurlsdl"'! and «f any other weeds along ' day dinner guasU at th« parental llrectlon boiinr of ver of on. gl'IIWllI « and highways unle» uinerwi.se provldi'il. anil shall Mr the labor and e.,ul[,ment necessary for the performance ,,f hl.H dii- (les subject to II,,. approval of the hoard of supervisor-,, which shall bu paid for Ir the same manner an the weed commissioner's compciisa- "4S:i. In the event It becomes necessary for n weed commissioner to enter upon any land wllhln his jurisdiction to destroy or keep from Reeding any noxious weeds, grow- T:g thereon. h« shall apply the hest known methods and use the utmost diligence In eradicating such weeds but I e whall n»t expend In latior and materials more than twenty-five dollars (12500) on any one Infested tract, without the advice ard con- Dent In writing of the hoard of supervisors. "4822. Hold wetd commissioner or commissioners, and all employees irllng under his or their direction lue notice having been given to the and owners ten days previous, shall havo full puwer ard authority to enter upon any land within lils'jur- «<llrtlun upon which Is growing any of I he nnxlou.i weeds for tlie pur- ••"-- of desl roving said weeds '2't. Each weed coinmfMsj, shall for the territory under his jurisdiction on or before the first lay of November of each year mak* a written report to the' board of supervisors. Sahl report shall state: I. The i-.ame and location of all primary noxious wee.ln. anil any new weeds which appears to lie u serious pest. I. A detailed statement of the treatment used, and future plans, for eradication of weeds on each infested tract on which lie has attempted to exterminate weeds to- gelhur with the costs anJ results obtained. 3. A summary of the weed situation within Us jurisdiction, together with suggestions and recommendations which may be proper and useful, a copy of which shall be forwarded to the state secretary of agriculture. "4824. The secretary of agriculture shall be vested with the follow. duties, powers and responsibilities: 1 He shall serve as state wee,! commissioner, and shall cooperate with all boards of supervisors and weed commissioners, an.I shall furnish blank forms f ur reports made bv the supervisors ur .,l commissioners. He may, ^upon recommendation temporari ly Hew Weed .. such f supervis- Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You cam go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You are welcome to come In for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL, HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf Lovely, of course, and cool CONCRETE HOMES k You get full measure of all or sticking doors and win*' the precious things that make dows. a home when you build with of course you can have con- concrete— crete. The first cost is sur- Beauty that adapts itself to P««ngly low and upkeep is any architectural style; that }°. we / «" for ™J °*« gives you choice of color j"nd of home. Concrete and surface texture. floors, too, are moderate in cost. They're quiet, firesafe. Cool comfort under the sun an d they take any type of of summer. covering—carpet, wood, Security from the attacks of linoleum, or simply colored fire and storm, of termites « nt * waxed. and decay. Trouble-free livability— no FREE DESIGN IDEAS Mail the coupon for beauti- saggingfloors.crackedwalls, ful new booklet. TELL YOUR ARCHITECT you want • concrete hotm. Before you build, a*k • concrete contractor or concrete products nun to ottlnwte your houM with I crate walls and floors. B« turo that your architect and builder art familiar with tho new concrete technique. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell Bldg., Des Moioes, lows Please tend copy of your new book "Designed tor Concrete" ihow- log 5i betutiful home* br leading arcmcecti; AtUrm CMj Suit, . of the state botanist, declare noxloua any which poeseses the ofa serious pest, and declaration, the buanl ors shall euuse such weeds to ,e destroyed, the cust to be borne by tht* county. 3. He shall aid the supervisors It: the interpretation of the weed law. and make suggestions to promote extermination of noxloua wei-d 9 "<825. The responsibility for tie enforcement of the provisions of this chapter shall be vested In the board of supervisors as to all farm lands, railroad lands, state lands and stale parks, primary ai:d secondary roads; roads, street nd other lands within cities and towns unless otherwise provided. "4826. Bach owner and each person In the possession or control of any lands shall cut, burn or otherwise destroy. In whatever manner may be prescribed by the board of supervisors, all noxious weeds thereon, a* defined In this cfapter. at cucb times In each year and In •uch manner a* shall prevent said weed* from blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said land* free from such growth of any other weeds, M (ball render the street* CHEVROLET TRUCKS 1 * ' Chevrolet users say: 'They're the most economical trucks for all-round duty Perfected Hydraulic Brakes ... Greatest Pulling Power in Their Price Range... New Steelstream Styling /CHEVROLET ran ECONOMICAL. TRANSPORTATION IHORE POWER "Give us a truck with ample pulling power . . . one that is economical . . . one that will give reliable service over a long period for the least money." That is the demand of all truck operators, and thousands of Chevrolet users will tell you that the beet answer us—Chevrolet trucks! 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