PACE AL(30NA Mrs. W.-K.-Ferffiison, Mrs.- Laura Smith and Minnie Coate spent Friday in : Fort Dodge. C. B. Mlirtagh attended the slate meeting Of the Democratic Central committee -in Des Moines lust week. Mildred Put?, of Burt was a weekend guest at the home t of her brtrther -Harry Putz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera spent Thursday In Titontai -with the lat- tcr's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagen. Mrs/iton McDonotijh, of Schaller, came Tuesday nnd remained 'th 8 rest of the week with her parents Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter. Mrs. 'John Knecht of Lansing, Mich., spent a few clriys last week with her cousin Mrs. Phyllis Kelley. Mrs. Glenn 'Johnson and son Doug and Thelma Put/ were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will Sunday. Ira Kohl, Harry Barton and Glenn Strayer attended the firemen's school held four days last week at Town' Stale College. .Mr. and Mrs. 'James 'Reid of Bartlesvillo. . Okln., spen* the weekend in Algona with the latter's mother, Mrs. E. J. Hodges. Mrs. : Glenn Johnson and son moved Sunday to George, Iowa, where Mr. Johnson is managing a Council Oak. store. Pfc. James Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, who is stationed in Germany, is now a personal chauffeur -to 'the commanding officer of the 364th squadron of.Lechfield. Thai 43--day-old 'baby of Mr and Mrs. Dennis Goeders of Sexton went home Sunday from the General hospital after being there since birth. William Nelson of Corwith received -a fracture in his right leg last Friday when a cow he was milking kicked him. He is recovering at the Kossuth' hospital. Richard Holmes, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holmes, had a small tumor removed from his chest Monday at the Kossuth hospital. :Mr. and Mrs. .'Ezra Blanchard spent Sunday in Waterloo visiting at the homes of their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Olson. Mrs.. S. W. Hayes, of Mitchell, S. D., arrived Friday for a visit with her daughter arid son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson. She will remain a few weeks. Mrs.'Frank Moulton-Sr., of Mitchell, S.. D., returned to her home Thursday after a visit with her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton Jr. and baby. Mr. and 'Mrs. H. L. Clum, of Emmctsburg, the latter a sister cf Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, came Friday fo attend the graduation of their nephew Bob Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. L.'D. Preston and children spent last week-end in Winterset with their parents, Mr. 7i nd Mrs. Ernest Preston and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Baker of Los Angeles arrived recently for a visi with the letter's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reid and other relatives in this vicinity Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry .Phillips spent the week end .in Mapleton Minn., with the latter's sister and husband Mr., and Mrs. Lloyd Stevan. A birthday dinner was given Sunday honoring Mr. Sleven. Mrs. Victor Frideres, who was taken to the 'Kossuth hospital May 16, was rushed to Rochester, Minn., 'Saturday for majoi surgery. Further details have not been received as yet. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins and the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Miller will spend the holiday weekend in Grinnell with the Mrs. Garlick-e Bly and Mrs. George Day of Fort Dodge spent Thursday with Mrs. Otto Knutson. William Pletch, son of Mr. nhd Mrs. Henry Pletch, who is:taking a four year course in pharmacy at Drake university, is arriving this week for a brief vacation with his parents. He has completed over two years Of his work and will 'attend summer school, •Dn and Mrs. F.-E. Sawyer and Mrs. Phyllis -Kelley went to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend the wed- Dolph Millers, who recently became parents of their first child. Harriet 'Brown, daughter of Mrs. Rachel Brown, will graduate from Drake University, Des Moines, on June 3. Majoring in draniii, she will be .granted the degree of bachelor of fine arts. Rev. and'Mrs. Gilbert J. Kuyper are parents of a daughter, Helen Marie, weight 7 pounds, born Sunday at the Kossuth hos^ pital. They have a son John David, just past two. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post left Monday on a trip which will take them lo Hibbing, International Falls and Duluth, Minn., and on to Canada. They do not know how long they will be gone. Floyd Kneeland, Upper De Moines printer arid Emil Schim mel of Bancroft went to low; City Friday for medical treat ment. Mr. Kneeland hopes to find relief from asthma. Dr. ami Mrs. J. B. WInkel, ac- companitd by Mr. and Mrs. Mur Potter went to Sand Lake, Minn. Saturday. They will be gone a week. They were joined by Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Winkel on Monday. Mrs. Vernon Reynolds and daughter Mary-Lou, of Kinston, North Carolina, is visiting here for two or three weeks with the former's sister, Mrs. Floyd Holt. Mrs. Holt is now in the Kossuth hospital with'9 new baby-.girl. Mr. and Mrs. .Thomas. Reid returned Monday from Potato Lake, Minn., where they have purchased a cottage. They report the Russell Cooks as doing a very good business, and well pleased with the lo-, cation. Mr, and Airs, Hal Cowau, accompanied by Mrs. J. X.. Misbach and cling of Vernice Williams of Dodge to Donald Marshall of Mason City, a nephew of the doctor. The young couple will make their home at Mason City. Mrs. 11. E. Ste-phenson has been in Mason City dhe past three weeks with her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Glen Scott. It was expected Mrs. Scott would have surgery at a hospital Monday. Mrs. Scott is the former Joan Stephcn- 311. Prof, and Mrs. Don Miller moved last Saturday -into the former McEnroe .home on E. McGregor which has been mode into a few apartments. The .Millers were unable to find a dwelling last fall and Dr. Rist gave them temporary living facilities. Mr. and Mrs. Gayldrd Shumway and children David and Sandra, and Mrs. Shumway's mother Mrs. Obrecht went to Spirit Lake for the week end. Mrs. Obrecht and the children remained there and Mr. and Mrs. Shumway will return there Wednesday. Dean Kohlhaas, QMS-c, received his discharge from the navy in Minneapolis Thursday, and for the present will spend some time with his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas. He has served in the navy two years and was stationed in the South Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shakelford and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher and son Darrell and Ira Dutton spent Sunday at High Lake. On Saturday Mrs. Fisher and Darrell and Mrs. Shakelford and children.' Truman, Roxanne and Maynard spent Saturday in Mason City on business. Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Klttrcll, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black and L. E. Stephens went to Grand Rapids, Mich. to attend the Baptist convention being held there. They left Sunday of last week and returned Saturday. Mr. Stephens was a delegate io the convention. • Mr. and Mrs. Marion Saunders of Des Moines scent the weekend at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. Otto -Schmidt.' Other guests at the Schmidt home-are her two sisters Mrs. J. A. Robb of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Nell Lupin of Bancroft who will be here most of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tice and son James returned Sunday from Owattona were Jafnes graduated Saturday from the Pillsbury academy. A prize was awarded him 'or the best oration of three boys. His topic was "Love of War". James will report at Minneapolis June 3 for induction into the service. Mr. Und Mts. ;F. E. Shore and son Philip 6f>;fies Moihes, returned home Friday 'after a visit with the former's sister 'Mrs. Archie Hutchison and other relatives. Mrs. Alice O'Rourke and son Dennis are expected home today or Wednesday from Des 'Moines; where they spent the weekend with the former's sister, Mrs. T. F. ^O'Haire, and family. 'Rfclph ''Dteekmatih 'left Saturday i to pick up his mother in Mason City and from-there went to Rocheport, Mo., after Mrs. Dieckmann and little son Paul who have been visiting Mrs. DiekiTHirin's mother there.' Mrs. John Kain has jJJeen ill for several days at the home of her daughters Mrs. Jennings Peterson and Mary Kain,.R, N. She has been running a temperature and.it is (believed that she has maltu fever. Paul Schenck \6ti Monday lot Cedar Falls to make arrangements to attend school there next fall. During the summer he will be employed by the Minnesota Valley Blue Earth. AlGONA IOWA. Honor Students of Titonka Ftttir Ai<e Frorn'OUoSeri High Canning Co. a 'Mrs. Thomas Raebun and little daughter Ann arrived las Tuesday from Chicago and wil be with Mrs. W. her parents, Mr. and H. Godden until aftoi Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper and Mrs. Floyd Holt of Algona and Mrs. George Hanna of Lone Rock all gave birth to two girls and a boy, respectively, Sunday. They were the second child for each family, and they each got what they wanted. Mrs. Reinhart Wetzel of Lone Rock also gave birth lo a baby girl Sunday. Mrs. John Hendricks, nee Lillian Moline, of Garnelt, Kansas, and her sister Mrs. Paul Benjamin, nee Alice Moline, of Miami, Fla., arrived this mid-week for a few days visit with old friends. They are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson. Frances Wright, a classmate of Mrs. Benjamin and Mrs. Hanson will be here Memorial day to see these friends. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Morey of Craig, Iowa, were overnight guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Riter. Mrs. Morey is a sister of Mr. Riter. Clarice Shawnhan, a niece of the Biters, of Lake Mills, was a Wednesday evening guest, she had accompanied'her father T. M. Shawnhan; who was here to attend the meeting of the Interna- Memorial day. Mr. Raebun will join them before the holidays. Mrs. -Henry Baurnan, fraternal aunt of Harriet Viriing, and her son Vern and 'his wife all of Blue Earth, came to attend the graduation of Harriet and were guests at the home of Mrs. Hattie Witham Friday. Mrs. W. B. Quarlon returned recently from a week's'visit with her son William in Cedar Rapids. Mr. Quarton brought her home but was unable to remain because of pressing business at the W. M. T. broadcasting company with which he. is associated. Antone Johnson has left Si. Mary's hospital in Rochester and has gone to the Samaritan, a convalescing hospital. After two operations he is now gaining weight and making steady recovery. Mr. Johnson is local representative of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Edwin Allen of Clarissa. Minn., and Mrs. William Bole of Bozeman, Mont., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Guderian. They are sister and aunt respectively of Mrs. Guderian and came to attend the graduation of Mrs. Allen's daughter Mrs. Catherine Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Mercian were Sunday visitors last week with Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Mrs. Morgan is the former Jessie Storey who taught school here a few years ago. They have been teaching in Alaska and will return there in the fall, after having spent the summer at Charles City^with Mrsc Morgan's mother. •Mr. and Mrs. Don /Allen .. turned the first of last week to Des Moines after -a weekend visit with-Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. They were accompanied to Algona by Mrs. Allen's brother Raymond Kresensky, who remained for a longer visit here and with his sister. Mrs. Alice Weisbrod at Fenton. Mrs. Henry Winkie of Santa Ana, Calif., who came to attend the funeral services for her sister Mrs. Nettie Herman, remained for a longer visit with her sisters-in-law, Gusta Winkie and Mrs. Ben Winkie. She returned Saturday from a visit with a friend in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Verwys, who have been in California the past two months enjoying a trip all -' • • •- - - - Lois Schram Cuts,courtesy-Titonka 'Tobic ! Howard Stott Howard Stoll, son of Mr. fold Mrs. W. H. SlOtt, and r Lois Schram,-' daughter of County Superpisor ami Mrs. W. A. Schram, tied for honors; or Ihe 1940 graduating class of the 'Titonka'.high School. Each had'an- ziverage of 94 plus for the four years in high School. Miss Schramfis' now employed at the Lusby&'Giossi drug store, David eldest son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Eugerte Hutchins, 'has the pink eye. There are several cas- 'es of it among school children. 'Mrs. Laura Paint! .','rSlurned Thursday from Chicago,"'where she has been visiting her son Roland and family. Mrs. M. W. Knuth and children of Paulina visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith, a few days last week. Mr. and'Mrs. Johri>Geerihg of Milwaukee, Wis., visited the former's brother Williarp,) Geering and family p. few daysjla'st week. Antoinette Bonnsleltejf,' school nurse, was , Wednesday attending' Jittte son: Scott, went ta Fort Dodge last niid-week. The Cowans, re- turneti.the same day, tout Mrs. Misback 1 remained for a several days visit with her sister Mrs. Martin Neavin and family. tional Harvesters dealers being leld here. Mrs. Percy Kuhn of St. Paul, ar- •ived Friday tu attend the gradua- ion of Bob Kuhn, son of Mr. and Wrs. Gordon Kuhn. Shewas met at Mason City iby Mrs. Dallas Klein, sister of Bob. Also arriving soon 'rom St. Paul for a visit at the home of her father George Kuhn, is Mrs. Frank Boland, the former Stella Kuhn. Mr. Boland died recently and Mrs. Boland will make an extended visit here. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart returned last week from Balboa, Calif., where they spent the win- ler. Mr. Stewart is feeling quite well again and has taken employment as salesman with the Algona machine company. He has been in Wisconsin on business the pasl week and during his absence Mrs. Stewart has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Charles Recker and family at Buffalo Center. The Stewarts sublet their apartment at the E. M. Hubers, on E. Call street, but will re-occupy it again in a short time. Bernard Gisch received a wire from his wife that she had reached Chicago and was to arrive in Algona Saturday morning. Mr. md Mrs. Gisch were married last November and in February - he was sent home and later discharged from service. Mrs. Gisch s the former Irene Klein, whose home was in Nancy, France. Her along the coast, stopped en route to their home in Grand Rapids, Mich., for an overnight visit Friday with Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap. They were accompanied from Orange City by Mrs. W. W. Schultz, mother of Doctor Schaap and Mrs. Verwys, who will remain here for a longer visit. Relatives of Mrs. Glen McMurray have received word that she recently had major surgery at a hospital in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. McMurray are well known in Algona, many years. having lived They moved here from here to Belmond, where they purchased a variely store. They moved to California a few years ago. Mrs. McMurrav is a daughter of Mrs. Anton Zittritsch. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hertz were called to Glenwood last Friday by the death of Mrs. Hertz's father, J. C. Bussanmus, 72, a lumber dealer. He fell and broke his shoulder and was taken to a hospital at Council Bluffs. His condition was not considered ser-1 begun working for the citv. *H> Dodge a staff meeting of this health district. Sheila Sullivan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade ; ,Sullivan, nas been ill since Wednesday. So 'ar the nature of her sickness has not .been determined. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Picket! and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey spent from Thursday to Tuesday on a fishing trip at Potato Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby re. turned last week from Des Moines, where they visited the former's daughter and 'family, Mr. -and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer and two daughters. '•'.-': '. James Reynolds, Atlanfa, Ga., brother of Mrs. C. D. Schaap, arrived Sunday for a few Hays. He came to attend the funeral services for Edward Smally 21',x, at Mason City 'Monday Mr. :and Mrs. > George Miller and the ,latteij's dajugh^r Geraldine Moon, of Humeston, came Friday 'to attend the graduation of Mr. Miller's 'granddaughter Bonnie Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. John Deim and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey went to Potato Lake, Minn., Thursday to enjoy a week of fishing. They will be at the resort operated by Mr.' arid Mrs. Russell Cook who Ipc'ated there for the season a few Weeks ago. Merle Pratt, his uncle Edward Trauger of West Union, and R. B. Waller left Wednesday on a I fishing trip in Northern Minnesota, almost to the Canadian line. They, plan to be gone a week. Talking about fishing stories, just wait till Ihese boys return. :Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton, Mrs. F. S. Norton and Eleanor Norton drove to 3t. Paul Satur- dav and remained over Sunday with Dr. Richard Norton, son ut the M. G. Nortons. lie is taking his inieiT.t?hip at the Children's hospital. Members of the Delphian society who attended the meeting last Tuesday with Mrs. H. E. Woodward at Whittemore were Mesdames W. G. McCullough, Lloyd Robinson, Luella Baker, Don Smith and M. G. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders of Fort Dodge came Monday to attend the dancing party last week given at the Country club and were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mrs. Albert Ogren left Thursday for Omaha to - visit her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gibson. The extent of her visit will depend upon the train service following strike. Joe Dunn was recently dis charged from service and has the week into an apartment in the Setchell house on the corner Of'E. Elm and N. Jones street. '• J. H. McDonald, brother of W. E. McDonald, arrived last week for a visit of a few weeks. 'He lived in this vicinity until about 50 years ago when he went to Bakersfield, Cal., nnd enaged ih the oil business. Because of ill health,'Tn« iwerit into less strenuous wwlO-and during the war was .empiayed at-San Francisco in the ofice of a shipping company. ,,,$ui,se then he has made his home"' in' Los Angeles, where another brother Everett makes his home. Mrs. Frank Stebritz, son Paul and daughter Reina Coleman attended the ceremony at Mount Loretto, Dubuque, May 11, in which her daughter, Sister Marie Theresa, formerly Rosemary Coleman, pronounced her first vows and received the black veil. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Al' Coleman and family of Clarion, Betty -Ann Coleman of Des Moines. Betty Ann 'graduated from nurses school at Mercy hospital May 5. Mrs. Stebritz also attended the exercises at Des M^oines. efcises were held Thursday evening at the Ottosen school'for the four graduates. The stage was decorated • in • the -class • colors -of fceach and green • rind flowers. Graduates were GefleVieve BjefK, Phyllis Larson, Ivtobel S«hrrtlSt land Bernard Gftyle. The Processional was, played by Ramoria Loos and led-by'Mar-, jorie /HUndertWark and Etigene Mdvlck. Other numbers on the program included n vocal solo, by Ralph 'Jacbtosbh, sbitig tiy the male, .qUartette, invocation 'by Mr. Ernftidris, 'Song .by a .iiiitfea chorus, a'ddress ifcy 'Dr. ;G, 'N. Evanson, history, professor nt'be-. corah. .Presentation of cUp'16mas i by Will'WeHrsp'artn. Ex-Ltf\ferne Sutffc. To Qiiit Teaching Alett Evans, formerly .superintendent of the Lu Ve^ne schools,' who went to-Manson in,1940 to beconje superintendent there, -is resigning, at the. close of the, pres-. erit school term to take a posi-i tion as .vocational advisor with the veterans' administration -in Des Moines. He is a veteran of World-War I. .' Evans has-been'active in high school-'coaehlng, circles, -and was' one of th coaches'at the Esther-' ville district basketball -tourney, last winter in which a near riot resulted at the conclusion Of the final games. After the busl- ne& rtifeeMg 'fnoving pldtufos were showfl. by'Teacher A. LUs- ma»n. .l^M^r Behnke and Brtte2& IffiFfierbert Zumach of Whltt'emore were Visitors. 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kadlng at tended the 'funeral t Mav -20 '6f Mrs. Kd-diUg's 'grdnafflfe /Jdh Hagedorn-nt the Trinity Luther* an church, EkrtOfe, Minn. •BeMiiece Winfeel ylsifed'ftt'lh QfVille Gardened TUeSda? -eVeri ing. r 'The lower grade school was dismi&ed Wednesday until Fri- Say, teache? Mrs*. Ltismann being sick. , „ ,' ''Ruth Pij&h'n', formerly employed ttt the'Elite shop:itAI* gpha, is Spending a few '= weeks with herlparents, the August; Pi- r jaMns. VShe' intends to-go;. to 'BrainerH, Minrt., to seek icffi- pldyMerit. . .••, • . Mrs. 'Ben Schmidt was called lo.JaCkson, Minn., Thursday; by the sudden illness of her 'father tterify Scheppman . of -Algomi, who was on his way homej.from a-northern trip. He was taken to a Jackson hospital. ' The Rev. Otto children wore on the ; sick?list this week. Fi'ank- lin Rusch was sick with a sore throat. Mrs. Robert Leininger . : was confirmed in the 'Lutheran Faith Tuesday'evening by 'Pastor A. Otto: -Mr. and Mrs. Art 'Rusch' and-'family, Mr. and Mrs. OttO IjyVMft'ahd-Mrs, '-^ % ahd Al* a foiHhtidy ......... r tKcf'vlsflflfs' Wei-e'MK and (Mrs. H, 'R. Zumach, Whitte- m'dre. • Mf,' and Mrs. Jtte Leininger, -fto," HflVo a-Cbttage at Spirit &fceveaftte.Mdndayi May 20, • for a few days at their son -Leo's. They 'returned 'Thursday. George aftoompanied them back. Cleaning & TalloHnc: PHONE 537 Pick jUp< Any where In County! IOTTS CREEK Algona'Soldier In Air Force Project '•; Pfc. James A. Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter -E. Will, is now Rationed at Lechfeld, Germany, ' "" 'he 305th Bombardment up, an army 'news 'release" The group is seated last week. engaged in a'project in connection with the occupation of Germany, involving, flying from the Arctic 1 Circle to the'Equator. ; The Lechfeld air base was for- me;rly. one of the largest in the GHrmari'tirmy'and was a Messer- ScHmidt jet research field, 18 miles south of Augsburg. Private .Will enlisted in the service July 12, 1944, and arrived in the ETO March 10, 194C. He formerly was employed by the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Joins Iowa Press Women Mary Frances ' Carney' of the Algona Upper Des 'Moines staff, was recently taken into membership of the Iowa Press Women and the National . Federation of Press Women. Mary Frances has been employed at the Upper Des Moines the past three years and is well qualified for membership in both groups. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wiehtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wiehten- dahl and family were visitors at the Kenneth Bellingers May 20, the occasion being Wayne's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach were recent visitors at the 'Albert iKrueger home at -Fairmont, Minn. . The Men's club met Monday evening, May 20, Hugh -Faulstich and-Elmer-Pijahn on the serving committee, Herman -Hihtz and Doc" Kressin on the entertain-' Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28-29 Grattt^lea •tarring ALBERT DEKKER i_ IVtUN ANKERS • MIKE MAZUMI ^ Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 30-31-Junc 1 „ >.: <i ncfc* 1 .^rarJ 11 "' 11 Uri til- the i Honeymoon Fades Oiit- and i the Marriage Sets <Iri! parents are deceased and she has one'brother and a sister. Bernard and His wife will live in an apartment on the-farm which he ,vill assist iterating. his brother John in lous, and when 'Mrs. Bassanmus let him to return to her home, he was resting comfortably Glenwood is only 18 miles from Council Bluffs, but in the short time it took her to reach Glenwood, a message awaited her to return at once. Mrs. Hertz remained with her mother several days as she was suffering from shock and was quite ill. Last Sunday three cars driven by Don Akre, Don Engstrom and a young man from Wesley were taken to Los Angeles, where arrangements had been made previously for their sale. Mrs. Henry Furst, Dorothy ; Brethorst and Donna Jean Mitchell accompan-^ ied the group. Don Akre and his daughter: Donna and Mrs. Marie Keith had:been in North'Holly- wood a month visiting Don's; mother,:Mrs.!Eva Akre, and sis^ ter, Mrs. Harry Parr. While there this opportunity came for selling the cars. 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