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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 30,1936 North East Kossuth News FORMER LAKOTA LADY'S FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY Mrs. Vera Halverson, a Daughter of Sarah, Patterson, Was 43 Lakota: Mrs. Vera Lucille Halverson, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Patterson, died at a hospital In Rochester, Monday afternoon, June 22. Mrs. Malverson was seriously ill for three weeks at hc"r home in Rochester and was taken to the hospital nine weeks ago where her death has been expected as the physicians could not name the direct cause of her illness. Lucille, as she was known in the Lakota community, was born in Orundy county and came with her family to a farm near' Lakota when she vraa eight years old and here she grew to womanhood. She was one of eight children and four brothers survive, Henry, Dave and Bert Patterson, Lakota, and Herbert of Armstrong. One sister, Mrs. Violet Logan of Estherville. and her mother, also survive. Two sisters, Hazel and Sadie, passed away after reaching womanhood and h«r father passed away seven years ago at his home in Lakota. Mrs. Halverson leaves 3 daughters, Mrs. Agnes Amdahl, Minneapolis; Mrs. Genevleve Bralow, Mazeppa, Minn., and Dorothy, 15 yea'rs old. She was 43 years old. Her husband died four years ago. Short funeral services were held at the Macken funeral home In Rochester Tuesday, after which the body was brought to Me mother's home In Lakota and funeral services were held at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon and she was buried beside her father and sisters in Maple Hill cemetery. The Rev. Nelson had charge of services here and her four brothers and two cousins, John and Dave Pink, Buffalo Center, were pall berfrers. Among relatives from out of town attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. John Dorenbush, Elmore, Minn.; the Martin Julius family, Gruver; Mr. and Mm, Frank Grimes, , the Dave Pinks, the John Pinks and David Pink, Sr., Theodore Dorenbush, all of Buffalo Center. Purchase* Power Mower The Lakota school board has pur- Ledyard School Supt.Find$$$ With Holes In It We were under the Impression that the only money with holes In it wag Chinese money, but A. E. Lnu'riUen, superintendent of the Ledyard consolidated schools, has found that there Is some money In the U. S. with the same thing. Laurltcen, who with his wife is at Boulder, Colo., where the former Is taking summer school work writes The Upper Des Moines that Colorado sales tax token, representing one-fifth of a cent, have holes In them, and sends one in a letter to prove it. He says the temperature does not often Eet above 90 degrees. Laurltzen took work there Just before going to Ledyard six years ago. He tells of a trip taken recently, on which the party hiked five miles to a lake, where they stood on the snow- covered shore and heaved a bait 'into clear water. The trout wt'^B wary, howeve*r t or else needed someone like George Moulton to lure them forth. LEDYARDM.E. WOMEN MEET Full Program Enjoyed on Last Tuesday Afternoon Ledyard: The following program was given in the M. E. church this | Downs, Mrs. Roy C. Ball. Mrs. Fre- Minnesota Man To Build Apiary At Titonka Soon Titonka: Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner of Hlbblng, Minn., purchased the Geo. Johnson home last week. Possession will be given on Sept. 18th. The place is situated south of the railroad track. Mr. Gartner and son will build an apiary. They have an apiary at the present time on the Al Meyer place on the north edge of town. At Band Convention Those from Titonka attending n band master convention in Mason City last Tuesday were Mrs. Howard A. French, Mrs. Homer C. week Tuesday afternoon by the W. F. M. S. and followed by a lunch in the chirrch basement: prelude, Mrs. V. A. Barrett; welcome, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke, president; song, Tell It Out, congregation; devotions by the Rev. Harvey Nelson; song. Tell Others of Jesus, Mesdames Joe Mayne, H. D. Mayne, Edward Knoner and Glenn Yahnke; reading, It Might Be So. Mrs. Edward Knoner; song, In the Temple, Kings Herald girls; offering; demonstration by M'rs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. V. A. Barrett and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke; song, More Like Thee, Standard Bearers; doxology. chased a power lawn mower fdr the school yard, which has been recently landscaped and has a fine lawn. Ernest Trasamar has charge of the school house and grounds. Mrs. Otto Koppen and son, Orville took Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith and little daughter to the hospital at Iowa City early Friday morning where the child will 'receive treatment. She is seven months old and weighs only 11 pounds and has been under a doctor's care here and at Mason City for three months but the trouble is hard to locate. 3 Babies Born to LuVerne Families LuVerne: Three babies were born in as many homes in and near Lu- Verne last week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett, northeast of town. They now have five sons and five daughters. A daughter, Donna Frances, was born on Wednesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler. She was not very strong and died the next morning. Short funeral services were held Thursday afternoon with interment in the LuVerne cemetery. Rev. E. E. HancocK conducted the services. On Thursday afternoon a daughter, Margaret May was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifrltz. Food Specials For the Double Holiday VELVEETA, it spreads for sandwichea, 8 oz. pkg lie CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE, 1 Ib (Claw Jar 29c PICNIC PLATS pkg. 9c EMBOSa NAPKINS pk lOc SUMMER DRINK, Jack Sprat pkg 5c ICE TEA BLEND, Mayflower 6 oz. pkg. 15c CHEESE, Brick or American 3 Ib. bo« 53c PRESERVES, Jack Sprat, pure 16 oz. 23c BEVERAGES Root Bwr White Soda (linger Ale Lim« Rickey Orange Soda Strawberry Soda Two 24-ox. bottlr« 19c (plu» bottle deposit) PEANUT BUTTER, Jack Sprat 16 oz. Jar 17c PICKLES, Mayflower Dills 32 oz. Jar 15c PICKLES, Jack Sprat Tier Sweet* 16 oz. Jar 19c OIJVESv .lack Sprat Placed Stuffed No. 8 Jar 23c Cold MeaU of all kind* for plcnict* and lunchew. Fresh Fruitn and Vegetable* including Peacheo, Plunw, Cunteloupe, Black Raspberry, Tomatoes, Pean, CarrotU. Anderson's Jack Sprat Food Store Phone 346 We Deliver Jerry Barnes of Blue Earth, Minnesota, was here Monday visiting his parents. Mrs. Leon Worden, Harvey and Aubrey Waterhouse were at Burt Wednesday night. Wednesday, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and daughters, Mrs. Lars Skaar and Helen Jenson were at Fairmont. Helen Jenson of Buffalo Center visited her sister, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke from Tuesday to Friday of the past week. Mrs. Orville Anderson of Des Moines came Thursday to visit relatives. She Is better known here as Edith Looft. The Grant M. E. Sunday School held their annual picnic at Sylvania Park in Fairmont Friday. A good time was had by all. The Roscoc Moynes of Armstrong were here Monday and their children, Wanda and Orville, stayed the rest of the week to visit relatives and friends. Announcements were received here the past week of the marriage of Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dunham of Waterloo to Albert Millar of Birmingham, Iowa. The marriage took place in Waterloo and after July 1 the couple will be at home on a farm near Birmingham. Monday the Interstate Power Coj. gave n demonstration of electrical home appliances. These appliances were In a big white t'ruck. Adults registered as they went in and lat- mont Faul, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. Mrs. Jay Budlong, Mrs. Roy Budlong. Mrs. Frances Budlong. Miss Lorraine Peterson and George Boekcl- Arimtrong Band Earning Money Armstrong: The Armstrong high rchool band played a concert at Interlaken Park Sunday. June 28. The purpose of this concert was to raise money to help pay for the band uniforms purchased this yenr. At Wedding Service Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt and sons, Louis, Herbert. Emmet and Joe and daughters, Sadie and Clara, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ferguson and son. Delbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen, all of Armstrong, attended the wedding of John Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, and Julia Sounders, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Saundcrs of Fairmont, Minn., hut formerly of Seneca, on Friday morning at Fairmont. Minn. Mrs. George Schutjer, Sr., is a patient at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Ed Callies came home from the Old Soldiers' Home in Hot Springs South Daokta, recently, where he had spent several months. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lamoreux became the owners of the George Hlggins cafe Thursday forenoon Immediate possession was given. Carpenters are erecting « large corn cr,ib and granary on the 240 acre farm of Dr. Hamstreet north of Bancroft. William Larson is supervising the work. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller had as their guests the past week Janice Miller of Plover and Claude Barth of Havelock. They returned to their home Sunday. Mrs. Cora Higgins and family and their household goods left for Whittemore Thursday morning to join her husband who had previously purchased part interest in a cafe at that place. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker spent part of last week the guest of her sister. Mrs. Andrew Davidson and family, and was also a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson and family, hear Rlngsted. Miss Alice Sartor, chiropodist, left Sunday evening for Chicago in response to a telephone call to care for the patients of a doctor during his vacation of a trip to Europe. Dr. Sartor expects to be gone about three months. LAKOTA NEWS Girl, 9, Under Knife Gretchcn. nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop. was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital, Wednesday evening by E'r. er a drawing was made to see who i Williams and an appendicitis oper- was the lucky person to receive an electric flat iron and Mrs. Albert West received it. The Ralph Johnsons of Guckecn. Minn., we're here Tuesday evening and their daughters, Marvella and Doretta. stayed until Friday morning to visit their aunts, Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus. Their cousin, Doris Welfare, returned home with them to attend the eighth grade county graduating exercises of Ma'rvelln. Aged Lakotan In Iowa City Hospital Lakota: Hilbert Walthouse. who has been seriously ill for several weeks at the hospital at Iowa City, was operated on last week'Tues- day, but on account of his age and weakness the outcome was very uncertain and r.o particulars have been reported to date. The John Roelfsemas and Mrs. Helmers visited him last week Sunday. Later Dr Williams received a letter on Thursday saying Mr. Wallhouse apparently was holding his own since the operation. A Newti Broadcast Dallas, Texas: The first daily news broadcast ever given at a world fair has been inaugurated at tiie Texas Centennial Exposition. International news reports will be given from 6 to 6:05 p. m. daily over the Exposition network. Cummings' 5c to $1 \m Beautiful New Sheer Wash Dresses Cool Crepes - Shantung Voiles Attractively styled and unusually low priced. 1.59 "rr? 188 Sizes 14 to 20—30 to 52. Colorfast frocks tlmt will be a valuable addition to your suiimier wardrobe. Buv where you have an assortment to select from—Over 700 quality Wash Dresses in our Stock CUMMINCS Where You Can Find Just What You Want ntlon was performed at once, is recovering nicely. She The Methodist held thci*r annual picnic last Tuesday at the Hanson farm southeast of town and about 70 people attended. Eli Edwards, Lakota, and Mr. Smith, Elmore, Minn., left Wednesday mbrnlne for South Dakota, where they expect to buy horses. Mrs. Nick Koppen. who under- wont an operation at the Buffalo Center hospital two weeks ago, came homo Thusrday afternoon am! although still confined to bed. is recovering. M>4sdamc.s Samuel Warhurton. Harvey Nelson, Harry Moe and Ed Abbas entertained the Methodist Aid for the social meeting at the church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Otto Koppen had charge of the program. Mesdames E. R. Williams, Loyal Gingrich. Henry Hnssebrock, Wm. Wirtjes, Tabe Loots and O. H. Frerking served the regular 25 cent supper ut the Presbyterian church Thursday evening. Mrs. Delia Smith had charge of the program. M'rs. John Hcetland took her daughter, Arlene, to Algona Wednesday morning where she joined the other delegates who left for Ames to attend the state 4-H girls' convention. Arlene is delegate from the Ledyard Loyal Laborers. Curtis Halverson of Lnurcns spent the week end at the parental Carl Halverson home. . Miss Louise Mclntyrc is spending from Wednesday till Saturday nt the home of her sister in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gurdct are the proud parents of nine pound baby boy born Friday afternoon, June 26. This is their first child. Mrs. Lee Beardsley and daughter. Marilyn of Cedar Rapids, have teen visiting the past week At the parental Ben Knutson home. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Guerdet and Rev. Father Bernard ftscheld returned Thursday afternoon from a three day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Miss Alyce Holland was very lucky Tuesday evening when she held the lucky ticket at the Interlaken dance pavilion which entitled to the new Ford V-8. Mr. and Mrs. John Mixed and granddaughter, Lavon Mlxell, returned Monday evening from northern Minnesota, where they enjoyed a two day fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sampson and family from Rlngsted and Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Steiner, and son and daughter from Dolliver were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Espeland and two sons of Ellsworth, visited at the home of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson on Tuesday. They were enroute to Hancock, Minn. Miss Alta DeBates who recently graduated from nurses training! in Chicago returned there Monday accompanied by her couain from Chicago, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. L. J. DeBates. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mixell returned home Wednesday evening from Marathon, Iowa, where they visited at the home of her parents. They were also accompanied home by their daughter, Marjorle, who has been visiting there. Miss Daisy Bunt who has been confined to her bed for about four years died Thursday evening ht the home of her brother, R. E. Bunt where she has made her home. She is well known in this vicinity having taught school here for many years. \vcst line of snh] Son lor. T\vemy-l six <::>;>. a illMnm-r of npprox imat. - ly inn- (11 lull.' to the s'0\l1h\VM r'oiinT of sal.I Soctlnn Twenty six i.Mil. Rnfflnnlnit nl tin- smitliwfst corner of Section Thirty dm, TownsMp Nf Mety -I'lRht (9S1 North, K:inf;e Tvvplit y-nlr.o (^!11, West of tlt- .MIi p in. Ihonce north on tin* li trhwav on tho \veM liiu' of palil Section Thirty <"il). ;i tllstnnoe ot" appiox- ImntHy om> <1> inllo to tin- ii-irin- west corner of snld Sertion 'ihir- ty (.101. tlH'iu-e fust on the liiplnvay on tin- i.nrlh line of s:ilil Secti Hi Thirty din. a .llstnin-r of npprox- iimitoly on.'-ricfht) ( 'i, i of n mile. The Hoanl of liailroa.l Commissioners has fixed the nvent v - seron.l IL'-.M .lay of .Inly. l!!3fi, ten oVIo, k M. m. In Its oftlre ai H.'s Molnes. Iowa :is the tin. an.l (,]a.-e for I'. ;'i Mtt; :.]!<! pelllli'ii. Anv i-h.i'-.-t ion» 10 !!,.> j>,.t:Hini; of s to h ': a i ehise n ist In- in w t i; i i 'U anil lile.l In nliOltale \\iMi tins lloanl al It-list ll\i, 'M .lavs ii.rm. .late ol luarlllB. Ph • Hoanl ii'l:.:ll- r";n! i 'onimissioners snpKe?'s th.it l'o> ol j.-tlor he i. j-r.-sen'•',! jl ll hearitiR by someone who I as full aulhoritv to a.t for It. liate.l at lies Moines. Iowa. Inn. -M. l!i:ilV ISO.Mill (IF I'.AII.KOAU I'MMMIS S1ONKUS OK THK STATK, i >V IOWA. Atlest: .1. .!. I.VNCH. Soerelnry Kile K 2S Summer Beauty Begins with Your Hair Oil Croquignole Permanent Waves, priced $1.95 to $10.00 Machineless Waves $5.00 up Marguerite's Beauty Shoppe Phone 10 Marguerite Hanscn, Prop Over Barry's Augusta Roth. Asst. BEAD U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS Hebron Twp News Bernice Johnson is spending u few days with her cousin, Betty Jean Johnson. Miss Mabel Matson spent last week visiting with her brother. Ht-l- nier and family. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children spent last Monday night ut the Clarence Havelund home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eichern and son were Sunday dinner guests uf Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdul. Mrs. Adrian Huuskin and children spent last Friday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Lage. Mrs. Carl Hauskin a"d Mrs. Adrian Hauskin visited the Ladies Aid at Buffalo Center last Wednesday. Mrs. John Badje and daughters attended a shower last Sunday afternoon in honor of her sister-in- law. Mrs. Edgar Matson and children and Mrs. Albert Engelby and Mrs. Beatrice Osland spent last Thursday with Mrs. Cecil Pingle at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthun and daughters u tended an aluminum demonstration supper at the Martin Thompson home last Thursday evening. Boyd Leslie To Enter Naval Station Lakota: Walter Leslie took bis son, Boyd, to Fort Dodge last we«k Si i clay where he passed bis final . : ruination and went immediately lu the Great Lakes Naval Training station, where he will spend three months in naval instruction, preparatory to taking up his navy work. S Food Dallas, Texas: Visitors to the Texas Centennial Bxpusiton need have no serious fears about the food they cut within the Exposition grounds. Five Dallas food inspectors have been assigned the task of eliminating bad food. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATI-: OP IOWA. K'HSSI'TII ('l)C.N'TV. ss. l.'MOn Nollei- Is llolehv KlVfll that hv Virtue of .1 special execution directed 10 in,- from in.- rierk of il.c nlslrici <'tvuil of KiNsHiitli I'ovmty. liiwn. (in « .tmlKmeul remleiod Jr. salil I'ourl un Hit- lull iliiy nf June. i!i:i(j. Ill fiivnr ol A,|,lie K IJlllKI'Icll. It. \V. (llllK- l ich anil Loyal lIlliKrlcli us ailmin- Isnatois of Hi,- estate of I.. I. lilnn- llch. ileceaseil. ,1- plaintiff, nil,! aK- aiusl I.nl .'J of Au'lllor's- I'lal of the XollhcaM Quarter of the Southeast 'Jii.irler nl Socliuii L'. Township ll'i. llanno I'll, also iles, l i | ,is follows: I'.- K'l IlillK' '•'•' toils I],,rlh iif I In norlhrasl coiner uf Illiick .'J:; ol I'all's A,I,Ilii.,n l,. Aluolia. low., I hence Uol I I. 4 toils. Ihellce West N I oils, thellce south 1 mils, thence easl v roils to heKilinillK as ilefeml- ant. for the sum of Seyeuteeii hur- 'licil lwcnl\'-sl\ ami iMi-lun i$l7-'li.- Hui liullais anil costs, laxeil at Niue- iv-.-ik'hl ami :: l-lnii i'.is.::ii Hollars ami acclulliK costs. I have levied up- iillnxvliiK ilescri heil ri-iil i* the pi uperl y uf t lit 1 aii,l Mi Mil Smith In satisfy ul ion. I o- wit : Lot '-- uf I'lal of the NIII f the Soulheasl Quarter of i sell euf as Ilia V lv I o sal isf v sa ul evecu- costs :tml accruing eosls auclloii. lo ll I cash, in ham), oil the if July. l!i:tti. at the east e I'ollll House i issiilli Ciiiiiny. Iowa, at the it lu o', lock ,i m . of saiil ilav. ami wlicii ilui- allemlance will ,ei: 1>\- (lie umiels |i.iti-il llils Ulh ilue uf .lune. la:iii. CARL liAlll.HArSKi: SherilT ol Kossulh I'ounty. Iowa Hy i 1 .1 ITLI.K.V H.-pul\ \'an Ness A: Stilhuaii, l'lalntin"s III. at the Safety First Fireworks Store Celebrate the Glorious Fourth by Buying Your Fireworks at our Store Firecrackers From the Teeney Weeney ones to the giants Roman Candles & Sky Rockets 5c and up Toy Pistols and Caps Torpedoes Son of a Guns Sparklers Volcanoes and everything you will want to help you celebrate and at Popular Prices FLAGS - A New Line SAFETY FIR.ST Fireworks Store 1DSMOBILE has Finer Quality! Official i:i:i--i IKI-: TIM; HUAI:II KIIAH n.I.MMIS.SIIIM:I;S. TII TIII-: CITI/I:NS m- 1 K«is.-<rTii I'lll'NTV. Nolicc Is I.,•!,!,:. KlVen I 11.11 a pi I itloll lol a flallchlse lo ell,'I, Use anil mainlalii poles. wi \Mtis. lou'lis. tallies. collillUIS allil olliei lixluiis ami applianics for tlie puiposcol comlllctinK clccll li Ity for UKlinuK. powci ami hcalinK pui- Jio.-es has lieell Illeil hy ill,: I'el Ira I -s Kleeiric Company. I'eilai .Is Iowa, in Hie office of Hie .1 of lialll-iiail l •ommissiolieis of slate of Iowa I hat f.ii'l petit ii.-- In,, I mai lo I . upi-iali nsmi^- o>s Hit Inn o\t-i. alou^ an,l |,,i!,,wln» ili-n i ilii'il loibli, l.iii,l- ii V 11 v\ ,i > .- t-I t ,-a i u.-^ a i ,1 JM i\ a I u lami.-' ItlUUU \ ul(«p Lit KllllilllK ^1 Ihi- liol I III .I.--! ,om- ( r ,.f St i Hun T.'. . in ..H I.l ,. i i .':: I. .•li -lilli Nilli I v-rinl'l ''. |S ' N '" "'• K,' Tim •:.- Cint. W i-M "I ll. .; :Mli n Ko.~:-ulh f,iiinl> Iowa llicni'i- \% < .- I on ll»- hl^liwa, on tin- iioMh lin, ,,f .--alii Si-, l mi Twi'ii! > -H, i fi- ij.:i. an<l .<,-ilion Tw-'iilV'two (Jji. >ui,l 'I'own.-iilp an,J llano 1 ' :1 'li^lan, i- uf a|'PIo-\lm.ili:ly Iwo l^l iiilli-« lo Hi.: norlhi.i>l roriifi of Srilloii Twin I > -oui' i_'lt. >aiil Towii.-lii|j an,l KaiiK'. II I-KUV ^outh on Ihf JjlKhway on II,,- ,as( tin,, of .-alJ S,-tllon Tw.iiiy-onr i ;li. anJ s<i-iini> Twt-n- ly-».-JKl't l-^l. iiunJ Township an-1 llanK' u dl.staiu-f ,,f .1 JIJU'DX luiau-ly Iwo (J) uiiU-s lo the southeast corn- t r ol .-.aid .^OL-tiun Twt-ul y -i-iKhl (-Si. tht-rrc i-ast on Hie highway on Hit- tuuth liiu- of Sc''Iion.-i Twt-nly-tji.-yt-n i-'7l Twt-lity-fti.\ l^til. anil Twt.-nly- fivc t.ii) said Township ami Hanwt-. u Ui.-Iance of uppruxluVU-ly Uirt-e 13) mllcb lo the southuuM conn.-! of tali] Svftlull Twi-uly-'ivu (2." i. iiinl hife-iliMUK at Ilii: liurlhWi-Hl i.-orn,.-r of .Section Twi-nt>-flve CS). -Siii'l ToWlihtlp and KanS'/. thfin:i- •onth un the hiferliway on the wctit hlii- o! -.aid .Sei.-tlon Twenty - rtve (;';,! an,] .s,-i'tion Thirty-.-iix l^lij. faai,i Township and Jian^e. a iji>lante of approximately two 1 2 ) mile*, to the .• oulliwe-it corner of taid Si.-itlon Thirly-blx i:i6», and bi-^inninK at the uorthwebt coiner of Si--rli,,n T\Velit y- >eVen I ^71. huivi Towushll, and l:any,-. then,-e ea^t un II, e highway ci: the norti. line of >ai,| .Section Twt- i'ity-^e\ ell (J7|. a "JlMal.te of apj.Tox imately one (1) mil,- to l!>< norlliw.-^l corner uf Section Twi-n:y- bi\ (-01. .said Township and I:unK'- thence south on the highway on the T A — . 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