The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1942
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FINAL RITES FOR LOCAL-NOTES HERE SATURDAY Funeral services tot A. H. Stock, 70, well known Algorra Insurance man, were held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 from the iMcCullough Chapel with the Rev. D. R. Martin, "pastor of the Congregational church, In j charge. Burial rltea were not held until Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m., pending the arrival of Mr. Stock's daughter, Mrs. Pierre Oucllette of Seattle, Washington-, who was held •up; at Mobrldge, South Dakota, by flodds which delayed her train nearly 24 hours. The remains were laid to yest in Rivervlow cemetery with Masonic services conducted at the grave.* Pall bearers Xvere Raymond Irons, W< JH, McDonald, Geo. 'Spdngberg, G. D. Stokes, John Whce- lock and W. A. Dutton. ., Uwo.of- Mr..Stock's children, Mrs. •Ouellette and Kenneth, rfews editor of the Sioux City Journal and •hli; family were here for this rites, Ifcjbar of Marysvllle, Washington was unavoidably absent, ; v, but of town relatives and friends -who came for the services were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stock and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stock o ' St6rm Lake: Mrs. Jalmer Johnson Albert City; Mrs.'Annle May. Lake PaVk; Mrs. Mae 'Fleming, • Spirit Lake; Mr. and Mrs: K.-M. May and family of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fuhrmelster, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Ida Wllsey, Sheldon; Wm; Wflsey, George, Iowa; and Robert Snlythe, Fort Dodge. Mr Stock died Tuesday, May 30, at'the Kossuth hospital, • following an! Illness of several months He was born In Somersetshire, England, February 22, 1872 When he was eight years old,.he came to the United States With his parents. 'His earlier adult years were spent In the meat 'business, but he found his calling as-a life insurance salesman for the Equitable Life Assurance Co. with whom he was associated for thirty years. In 1896 Mr. Stock was married to Cora M. Powell, wh'o died in 1934. Their three children survive beside a number of brothers and sisters. Mr. Stock was an honest, upright citizens, and always had a friendly smile and greeting, for his friends. Ramsey Reformed Church Celebrates Annual Mission Tltonka: Friday, June 5th, the Ramsey Reformed church celebratee its" annual mission festival with a perfect day. The main speaker: ' for the day and evening were Rev Edw. Nuss 'Of .Ledyard, Rev. R. J Vandenberg, president of the par tlcular synod of Iowa, Pella and Rev Neelo Boomgaarden of Alex ander. The mission offering am ounted to $646.. In the evening a the close of the services four boy who will leave soon for army camp were presented each a pocket-siz • Testament. Bulio Orton, and Maude pent the week end at Sioux City, where they visited Mrs. Cora Millr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore of Of- onvllle, Minn., spent the week end at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. Frank Gelgel. , Mr. and Mrs. B, L. Milliard of 3outh Bend, Ind., will arrive this week for a visit with the latter's mrents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Russell Wright of LaPlata, Missouri, arrived Sunday to spend the Week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Thompson left Sunday for a two week vacation with friends and relatives al Elldora, Ankeny, Bloomfle,ld Bind Humeston. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy ant son, Robert, spent the week enc at Minneapolis where they visited the former's arents and other relatives Mr. Hardy is the salesman for Northland Electric In this" Ler ritory. Mrs. It-.B. Waller spent the week Frank Kohlhaas spent Friday In Fort Dodge on business, Mr. fljrtd Mrs. H. A. Norman spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. L. W, Lock* df Austin, Minn., were week end guests at the 'Elliott Skllllng and Wlllard 3regson homes. Adse ttampc spent Sunday at Spencer visiting her brother, Jack Lampe. Miss Lampe is employed at Chrischilles store. Mrs. W. J. Fuller returned Sunday after spending the week iri Spencer at the home of her sister and family, Mrs. D. J. Logan. Matt Lomuth And daughter, Mary Mr. and MM, AttH* ttttftfahoMj took the lattef'a mother, MM. W-m. Aelderks, to her home In Lakota Sunday after she had spent the week here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp went to Postvllle Wednesday whefe they attended the funeral of Mrs. Soph) a Meyer. Mrs. Meyer was Klamp's aunt. Mr. end ill 'Des Moitres visiting her bus band, w'fto is in the navy and sta tioned at the Naval Induction Cen ter there. Their daughter, Pamel.i spent the week end In-Curt with th ,. J. Nealys. Phyllis and Nancy Crawford re- urtfed Sunday after spending the ast ten days at the home of their randparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Helen at Spencer. PhylJis and Nany are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. . J. Crawford of Algona. Mrs. George Miller returned Friday from Minneapolis Where she pent several day's with her hus- and and mother-in-law, Mrs. Frank L. Miller, the latter being (Julie ill in a hosiptal there. -Mr. filler is in the navy and has .been stationed at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Jess Beamish left Wednesday of last week for Los Angeles, !alif., where she will make her home with a sister. Her husband is n the navy and is stationed in San Diego. Mrs. Beamish is the former Margaret Egesdal and was for sev- ral years employed at the Jamos drug store. Merle Comklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Conklin, and ; Burns Nugent, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, spent the week end in Dubuque, Iowa City, and Cedar Rap ids, where they looked over the schools in those places. Merle en rolled at the Dubuque University and will be a freshman there nex' fall June Corey spent Sunday at the Ledges near Boone, where she at tended a special meeting of th Iowa Press Woman's Association Present for the occasion were Hel en Miller Maddock,/Chicago, presi dent of the National Federation o P-reSs Women, and founder of.the organization; Mrs. B. J. Bless of Weston, Mo., the junior past president, and Mrs. Willis Vanderberg, vice president of the national group. June is director of the North Central district of the I. P. W. went to Monmuoth, Iowa, Saturday to attend the funeral of the former's cousin, George Agnitisch. Ed Parks and Dr. F. C. Soanlan spent Thursday fishing at Clear Lake. In the evening Dr. Scanlan attended a banquet in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst and daughter, Adele, and Mrs. C. T. Chubb spent Sunday at Hartley, where they attended a family dinner. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and sons, Stephen and Michael, left on Saturday for northern' Minnesota, where they will spend a week's vacation. Mrs. M. P. Christiansen and her hildren, Alvinr and .Bdythe, spent Monday at Britt attending a birth- ay party for her niece, Mrs. Gale Tilton. Mrs. Harry Tweet was a caller In he M. F. Amfahr home Wednesday evening. She lives in Huxley, owa, and Is an old friend of the Amfahrs. Rev. J. O. Buthman gave the an- Mrs, Dora Phillips of Boone arrived Friday to spend several days at the home of Mrs. Bessie Walker. Mrs. Walker is Mrs. R. O. Bjus trom's mother. Betty Merrltt, student nurse at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines, will arrive Saturday to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt. Mr. and Mrs. John G«rber left ths morning for Sabetha, Kansas to visit their daughter, Mrs. Pau Strahm and family. They will be gone about two weeks. Oayle Haase underwent an oper atlon at the Merdy hospital at Forl Dodge Monday of last week and ex pects to return home soon. Mr Haase is employed by Bert Deal. Teddy and Joe Herbst arc spend ing the week at Waseca, M!inn., a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charle Stevenson. Teddy and Joe are th sons of Mr. and Mrs. Theo, Herbsl Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ingham wil leave Friday for Chicago where the will spend the week end attendin to business matters. Mr. Inghan is the manager of the local Graham store. •' Jack Chrischillcs returned \» Beloit, Wisconsin, Saturday, where he will attend the summer session at Beloit College. He has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel and Mr.' and Mrs. A. L. Mcore spent Sunday at Burt visiting the wo- A. c. M^tortiM of WaWrt*» Thursday evening-, With Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr. Dr. JV-fli fiutfiimaft spent Friday n Des Mdines Where he attended . Methodist area council meeting n Religious Education. Mr. and Mrs. Mito Ouderlan and daughters,: Carole and Owen of Minneapolis, Minn., spent the week end In the Henry Guderian homi;. Wilo and Henry are brothers and joth are mall carriers. Margaret Ann Beardsley arrived Saturday from Cedar Falls, to spend about two weeks With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley before returning to Iowa State Teachers College for a summer term. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey and daughter, Joan, of Easton, Minn., surprised Mrs. Carey's mother, Mrs Ann YOUR STORE SPECIALS JAR RUBBERS ' 5 dozen for JAR COVERS per dozen BERRY BOXES 100 for only 20c 23c GARDEN SUGAR CORN, S cans ...:...„... EARiLY JUNE PEAS 3 cans ...,. • .'.. SWEET POTATOES tn syrup, 1 can ...._ 33c I7c Buy Canning Syrup Now Gold Medaf Flour _. -—Ige. bag $2.09 Mother's Best Flour Ige. bag $1.78 Spry — — '—3 lb. can 69c Corn Flakes :, _a pkgs. 25c Macaroni .___—— -3 pkgs. 14c Horse Fly Nets Hay Rope Rope Slings Castor Machine Oil Stock Fly Spray Beet Hoes Poultry Fence C. S. JOHNSON HARDWARE - GROCERIES niversary address at the Ellis Point Methodist church Sunday. In the morning he preached at the Ldur- ens church. Mr. and Mrs. Harlon Slgsbee and Helen Corey spent the week end with the later's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Exerett Rekers near Cedar Falls. Mrs. W. E. Laird and daughter, Betty of Des Moines are visiting relatives and friends in Algona. Betty has been taking a Jjusinead Course in Des Moines. J. C. Wimmer, manger »f the Woodward x store, went to Minneapolis Sunday on a buying trip and to attend the Woodward convention. He will be back the last of the week. " Mrs. Lee A. Reed and daughter, Mary came last week for extended visit at the home of Mr. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Reed. They have been living in Salt Lake City the past year. R. O. Frye received an early Father's Day greeting in the form of a telegram from his son, Ernst, of Ft. Rosencrans, Sa nDiego, Calif. Ernst is a pastry cook for officers in the fort there and has been in the army about a year. , Mr. and. Mrs. Arnold Roupe and family came Saturday from their home in Cedar Rapids and'will visit until Thursday at the home of the 'former's mother, Mrs. C.'E. Roupe. Sunday visitors at the Roupe home were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eklund of Minneapolis. ' Mr. and Mrs. Otoudp Dearchs have moved back to Algona and are now living at 803 E. North street. They have been living* on a farm near Ros'ecreek, Minn., the past two years. Mr. Dearchs has employment with the Rose Bros., on a defense project near Minneapolis. a R. LaBarre and C. W. Nlcou- lin drove to Rochester Sunday and the latter will go through the Mayo clinic. "Chuck" has not been in the best of health the past few months and his many friends hope that Tie will be greatly improved by his visit there. Mr. LaBarre planned to come home Monday. Russell Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Larson, left Thursday for Dundee, 111., to manage an ice, cream and candy shop which was recently purchased by -his brother, Roland and the latter's father-in- law, Hollbrook Howe, both of Chicago. Mr. Howe Is a representative of an ice cream supply company, Sgt. Loreh Courtney came hpme Thursday for a, fifteen-day furlough with his patents. At the end of that time he will return to Sheppard Field, where he has been training for some time. He came here from California where he had been acting as sergeant majo^.jn .spme special work -at--Consolidated "Aircraft. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Ennnerson and daughter, Roxanna of Quincy, Masr. will leave Tuesday for Grand Forks, North Dakota, for several days with Dr. Emmerson's parents., They have men's sister, Mrs. Will Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are from Or- tonviile, Minn. Enid Fuller spent from Friday until Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fujl- er. Enid is employed at Des Moines and has spent the first of the/weeic at Clear Lake. Durwood Bakpr returned to Ames Monday where he will begin hit- fourth year in veterinary medicine; at the Iowa State College there Durwood Is the son of Mrs. L. G. Baker of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casler and children were Thursday evening visitors at fihe CJarerice Mogenson home at Swea City. Mrs. Casler 'made the acquaintance of her new niece born June 1. Chris Reese of The Algona Upper Des Moines office, spent Thursday in*Des Moines. Mrs. Reese ari<j daughter, Beverly, returned with him after spending several days with relatives there. Eloise Hoagland spent the week end at the home of her parents at Callender, Iowa. While there shf helped serve at the wedding dinner of a- friend. Eloise is employed at the Druggists Mutual. Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom and son, Zittrltsch, with a visit last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Zittritsch makes her home with Mrs. Archie Hutchison. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Mrs. Mel Peterson and son, Mel, Jr., and Jearr Murtagh, went to Vinton Friday tc visit their daughter and sister, Mrs Tom Kruse, who Is the former Betty Murtagh. They returned to Algona Sunday. Mrs. James W. Griffith, lola Leh man and Mrs. Louis Verveer, Des Moines, spent the week end will their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall, Mr. and Mrs Andrew Lehman and Mr. and Mrs P. P. Zerfass. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan went to Dns Moines Thursday where she vistt- c>d with relatives until Sunday. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Unnan, who were in Des Moines attending the Iowa State Bar Association meeting. Dr. J. A. Enwerson of Woobroii. Mass., arrived Saturday to take Mrs. Emmerson and their daugh- tar, Roxanna, back to their home after several weeks In Algona with Douglas Brown, son of County Ag- >nt ftftd Mrs. A. L. Brown, return* d to Algona Sunday from a visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrsr N. Gay near Salix; Iowa. He eft Monday for the Boys State lion at Grlnnell. He plans to return .o Salix next week where he is helping with the farm work. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns and son, David, and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlins and grandsons, Robert and Don Allen Hutchins spent the week end in the Lusby cottage ot Jlear Lake. They were joined on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen and daughter, Karen, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams. Little Mary Thompson of Esther- vilie is spending two or three weeks with her aunt anu uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Another niece, Mrs. Perry White and son, Jir.i- my of Dayton, Ohio, are expected this week for a visit. Mrs. White, the former Donnabel Merron is now at Estherville with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and family went to Faribault, Minn, for the commencement exercises of the Shaddick Military Academy in which their nephew, Richard Leigh, was graduated. Mr. Barnard's mother, Mrs. F. A. Barnard of Grand Forks, Minn., returned with them and will visit here for a week. Mrs. S. E. McMahon and her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Carpenter o Marshalltowrr spent last Tuesdaj with another daughter, Mrs. Rich ard Schmitz at Storm Lake. Mrs Carpenter concluded her visit het Wednesday. Josephine Pelisek ac companled her as far as Tarn where she will spend the summe with an aunt. Patricia McEnroe, daughetr of Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe, plans to arrive home-aibout July 1. She has classes in piano. She Is at present nlshlng some work in higher mu- io at the college of St. Mafy's<-of* he-Waatach at Bait Lake City, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart spent he week end at Mason City and Cedar Falls. On Sunday they at- ended a family dinner given by Mrs. DeSart's sister, Mrs. Robert Ferguson at Cedar Falls. Another ister, Mrs. Robert Gibson, who s visiting from Bridgeport, Conn., ivas present as were her brother, Robert Green and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Green, of Mason City. . My Sincere Thanks For the splendid support given me at the June Primary filed* tlort. Clara Walker Candidate for County Recorder 23* NOTICE I wish to express my thanks to all those who gave me (their support at the primaries and in so dojng helped me to become a candidate for election this comiirg fall^for the office of County Supervisor, flrst district I shall try to prove myself worthy of your confidence, and will call on as many of the residents in the district as possible before election time in November. Again I say thank you. Frank Clapsaddle LUVEHNE TWP. Wear a cool cocoanut—so light weight you. hardly know you«rV"wearJng a hat! Crisp- asrnew-money crochet straw mesh cPcoanuts in casual, wearable classics! Other hats in light colors, » 95 For hot days you will one of our fine fitting summer dresses of seersucker, spun- rayon, t batfeie, Bjemberg,- ginghan>, clipper epr4 cham- -bray, dotted swiss.seyflet ba, tiste, cotton broadcloth,, prints Shop r> ^W f been here -visiting Mrs, Emmerson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes, and will return for a few days before going back to Massachusetts. Mrs. H. B. Aim of Dows, sister of DJV Emmerson, will accompany them to Dakota. Airs. Grace B, Shirley came Thursday from Bethesda, Md., where she had teen visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry Wlnslow and family since .January for a short stay in Algona She was Mrs. Melvin Wettergreen of Washington, D, C, and the two left the same day for South Dakota, where Mrs Shirley yrill visit her sister, Mrs F. L. Voas, fqr ten days. She plans tq return here in about ten days fpr a short stay before going to the home of her son, John, at East Lansing, Mich. John is assistant professor in English at the State College. Pr. Hale Shirley, the older son, has recently -been made head of the child psych|etry department qf Leland Stanford University at Palo Alto. Calif. Jack ,£toriBcUlle$ Mr, and Mrs. T. Ik lAraon and daughter, Meredith, drove to Chicago Saturday from where Jack will go to BeKoit, Wi8-, to continue his college work. The' LjirgonB went on to LaPorte Ind,, to visit their daughter and husband Dr. and Mrs- Carl Fischer an4 make the acquaintance pf thew new SFW>«fcoji »wl nephew. When the Lj»MOjMrretu.rn, the mWjJle of His month, thejw$U bring Mrs. J. T. Chrischiljes wfeo' has been vis- in Chicago since «he accom- Wayne took the former's daughter, Dorothea, to Mitchell, S. D., Sunday of last week where she resumes her at the Dakota Wesleyan University there. Mrs. Joe Kelly and Mrs. Art Murray, the latter of Bancroft, returned Saturday evening from Detroit, Michigan, after spending two weeks at the home of their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Omer KeHy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrall went to Bopneville, Missouri, on Thursday of last week to bring home their son, Bernard, who completed his iflrst year training at the Kemper Military school there. Mrs. Nyle Latch and two children are leaving/tomorrow (Wednesday) for State Center, Iowa, where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Biensen, and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Latch. Mrs. R. W. Dodds Is visiting this week at the home'of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison. Mrs. Dqdds of Newton, came to attend the wedding of her granddaughter, Lorraine to Lt. John EV- leth on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt returned Friday after spending the week at Kewanee and Peoria, 111. In Kewanee they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee.Doy. Mrs. Doy is the former Janice Wagoner, daughter of Mrs. Ellen Wagoner. Lucille Black went to Des Moines Saturday and took an examination to join the W. A. A, C. and returned Sunday evening. Lucille is the daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. .James Black, and'is employed at the Blossom Insurance office. Mrs. Nettie MeChesney and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ralph MP- Chesney, and two'sons, all of Cottonwood, Minn., spent Decoration Day week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel. Mrs. McChesney and Mrs. Geigel are sis- Mr, and Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Mrs. Kmmerson is the fprmer Ruth Stokes. Walter Beardsley is expected home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. Walter recently underwent an appendectomy at Chanute Field, Illinois, whpre he is stationed and he has been granted a 15-day furlough to recuperate. Private Invin Eischcn has returned to Fort Snellirrg after an eight day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen who live southwest of Algcna. Pvt. Eischen was recently graduated from the Motor Transport School at Fort Crook, Neb. Doug Frazee spent the week end -in Algona with friends. He was formerly employed in the Gamble store here and is now in the army. He was recently graduated from a pharmacists course in Denver, and after a visit with his parents he will go back to Camp Crowder, Mo. Mrs. James Reynolds and son, Ronald, spent last week in the Dr. C. D. .Schaap home. Mrs. Reynolds and the baby flew up from their home in Atlanta, Georgia, and have been visiting relatives at Humboldt Swea'City and here.' Mrs. Reynolds is the wife of Mrs. Schaap's broth- been assisting with the public school music in the Big Piney, Wyoming, schools an dhas conducted private er., * * * * i OMAR "wear fCONTEST \ • * STATE FINALISTS to compete tor State Title: Virginia L. Jackson 1304--12th. St., Marion, Iowa Jerry Butler Box. No. 391, Mount Ayr, la. Miriam S. Eby 2227 Storm St., Ames, Iowa Susan Bowers Alton, Iowa Marian Allen 832—6th St., Boone, Iowa .. The makers of Vitamin-En- T'riched Omar.Wonder Flour will pay the traveling expenses of these girls to the State Contest to be held at the Ft Des Moines Hotel, Des Moines, June 8, 8:15 p. m. LAWN MOWERS Buy Them now while we still have a good stock. 16 inch cut 10 inch wheel 5 blades $7.95 Coast to Coast Store .Tune 11-12-19 Second ! Sunday-MondayrTuesday-Wednesday, June 14-17 Summer Policy RANDOLPH SCOTT GENE TIERNEY DM ANDREWS -lOHHSHEPPERO ELIZABETH PATTERSON -CHILL WILLS '• LOUISE BEAVERS A 2C*k Ctolurxfoi Plclur* SONJA HENIE JOHN PAYNE GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA . MllTON BERIE Resolution for tfte Destruction of ters. "Robert McCullough left Monday for Ames where he is taking a four day course in Civilian Defense. Included in the course is ambulance driving, flrst aid, etc. Robert is the son of Mr,, and Mrs. W, G, McCullough and assists his father at the MeCullough Funeral chapel. Bill tamuth, son of Matt Lanwth, has been promoted, to the rank of sergeant in the United States Army. BUI is stationed at Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho. 'He works in the mechanics supply office of the Army Air Corps there. He reports that he likes his work very much, Ruby Turner retorne4 to Ames Sunday " spending the week "here with her parents, Mr. and,M.ffl. Floyd Turner, Ruby will be era- ployed as secretary to Dr. Barton Morgan, bead qf the Vocational Educational Department at Iowa State College, JJuby will junior -ne*t fall aft Ames Sponsored by the Millers oi VITAMIN- ENRICHED OMAR WONDER FLOUR * .*•*"* * To All Property Owners: BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 131, Acts of the 47th General Assembly, it is hereby ordered: ' ' 1. That each owner and each person m the possession or control of any --^^^^ ^^ OY}d gh™y* lands in Kossuth county, shall cut, ad j oining gaid lan a s unsafe for pub- bum, or otherwise destroy all noxious li( ; travel. Noxious weeds' shall be weeds thereon, as defined in this chap- gut or otherwise destroyed on or be-, ter at such times in each year and in fore the following dates and as often such manner as. shall prevent said thereafter as is necessaiy to prevent weeds from blooming or coming to ma- seed production: Group 1—June 1 to 15, 1942,'for Leafy Spurge, Perennial Pep- pergrass, Sour Dock, Smooth Dock, Sheep Sorrel. Group 2—June 15 to 31,1942, for Canada Thistle, Russian Knapweed, Buckhorn, Wild Mustard. i , Group 3-July 1 to 15, 1942, for Field Bindweed, Wild Carrot, Group 4—July 15 tjo 30, 1942, for Horse Nettle, Perennial.Sow Thistle, Quack Grass, Butter-print, Puncture Vine, Cocklebur. and between the fence lines thereof shall be mowed by the adjoining property owner, to prevent seed production, on or before June 15, 1342. 2. That each owner and each person In the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County infested with any primary noxious weeds including quack grass, perennial sow thistle, Canada thistle, field bindweed, horse nettle, leafy spurge, .perennial peppergrass, Russian knapweed shall adopt a' program of weed destruction, prescribed by the Weed Commissioner, which in 5 years may be expected to destroy and will immediately keep under central such infestations of said primary noxious weeds. That all w«eds other than primary noxious - - • • county roads, 4, That if the owners or persons in possesskm^or control of any land hi Kossuth County fall to comply with the foregoing orders, the Weed Commls- sioraar shall cause this to be done and-the expense of said work, including costs of serving notice and, other,costs, if any, to be assessed against the land and the owners thereof. \, .,, „ . 5. That the County and is hereby directed to eause notice of the making and entering of the foregoing order' by one publication Jn • -• • • newspapers of the county. CUTTINGDAT1S The following dates are suggested f o r the first cutting or destmction oi thfi seventeen™Iious weeds. Cutting dates vary approximately 15 days be* tween sputhern and northern Iowa, ', H. ChrischiMes: -ftlSi*M< - — •to^Htf^sS SlS^iM* mp flW* f^fSf WWt T*innrrjipp • * • Mrs. Ev» Sherman and Mrs, "*fame" Kennedy drove to Minneapolis Sunday, Sheripwj wUl spend Kewedy's home. Mrs. Kennedy had -beei» spending a few days here visiting her stater snS many sld friends o< her

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