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r . -V:V - THE McHENRY pLAIND.EALER Page Font , ' Thiiriftrlsiv' 1 ' Thurkday'May 15, , 1947 1? i : FHE M'HENHY PLAINDEALEB j their - two - children, Edward and Mariam, live in Edison Park: . . . A, Published every Thrgfct Me- p , Henry, I1L, by Lucy H. Kenicn. , g gh(w Editor-and1 Manager A. H. Mc-sher; Plans are progressing favorably - Awite Editor .... Adele Froehlich for. the annual style show, to be Associate aouor.... . , presented, on June 5 at the Colony Entered as second-class matter theater, sponsored Iby St. Mary's the postoffice at McHenry, 111., under ( st. Patrick's school P. T, A. The the act Of May 8, 1879. ' doors will open at 6:30, and the : i movie "I've Always Loved Youl will One Year .. $2.60 i begin at 6:45. The style show will ' . , , Itake place at 9 o'clock. Display ads J or -the Plamdealer will be accepWd until Tuesday tioon . c,ub Has a . ... I. J - . -nVtnAO I IflDG. ' . or tne weeK au is lu ?lT.ZU xvZa Interesting Program LAST RITES HELD -AT ST PETER'S FCR PETER MAY A (arre group ofrelatives and friends were present iii St. Peter's church, Spring Grove, ast Saturday morning to attend la&t rites for Peter it. May, 80 years old; who died on Wednesday, May 1, 1947. He passed away at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Eldred Johnson, in West McHenry after a short ill- ss. , ' v Mr. May was born on March 14, 1867, in Johnsburg. He was married ' a Li t 10 o'clock News Mrs. OU Gygi entertained men- to Maty Meyer in , 1890 and three "efyiw. Tnr office bv ' o'cloTk I hers of the Mothers club ather hoX years later she passed away. In rSTuVv afrnoffon 1 east of the city last Friday afr-he ws united in marriage with ; ZZZ L." - - T noon, uuesi speatter was ir. ion ; Anna urns ana to mis union mir NATIONAL DITORIAL ASSOCIAT IUN Baker, who reviewed the book 1 'There's a Spot In My Heart Dy Leslie. Vocal solos were, ably rendered by Miss Janet Vanj ICanagan. Tastv refreshments -were Served at the conclusion of the meeting. Family Gathering On Mother's Day Mother's Dav. a. birthday anniver. sary and First Convmliion were the occasion for a fanrtly gathering at Plan Johnsburg the William tt. onyan nome ... ' Ri.nHav. Five ,nidthers were m- . ' , . ....... . & MhHpH in the assembled guests, who The annual .roresLer - of Johnsburjr is being piannea ior mon- Johnsburgi Mr and Mrs. Peter Frett dav evening, Mv 19. All Foresters of Shawano, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. are invited to attend. Sylvester Tfinyan and Mrs. Elihza- beth Ton van of Pistakee Bay. The K r.. niefz ' gathering honored Edward Frtt on HMtJr To (Tlub his birthday anniversary and Ronnie Hostess 1o liub Ton van on his First Communion Mrs. Ben Dietz was hostess to ' 1 ' ' " members of the East River Road ua'- - Pinochle, club at their last meeting Ri ood Home Bureau on Thursday afternoon. JJmnew oi M "At E , Home prizes were Mrs. Albert ales Miss ' 1 Rin,od unit of the Home Rose Huemann and Mrs.- Thomas B mt at the home of Mrs. Thonneson. Miss Huemann will en- E pel on Tuesday. , , tertain the club next on May . J The major iesS0n, on quick breads and mixes, was presented Dy mrs. Kane Family y I Kenneth Peterson and Mrs. R. B. H.s Reunion Unffman whn demonstrated the mix- A familv reunion was held last jng of drop bisquits and coffeecake Veek at the Leo Rohles home in which they baked for the ladies. Elgin, honoring Anna Tweed, Aho Mrs. Clara Sweeney spoke on new has left for her home in Portland, ; fabrics and merchandising. Ore., after spending several eeks The use of cup hooKs was aDiy teen children were bom, one of whom (Joseph) died in infancy. Survivors include the other twelve, Ben and George of Spring Grove, A ECREEfOADI0 Rlaed by Western New0aDer Union. By INEZ GERHARD LUCILLE Wall, the golden-haired actress who has played the title role in "Portia Faces Life" since its inception in 1940, differs from many radio actresses Mercedes McCambrJdge, for inT .stance in preferring radio to the theater. "Radio has made citizens out of actors," she said the other day. "We used to live in a trunjt; now we can have homes of our own." SheJ knows; she was in ' T ft I ! 'I t .! mill i"U'l-l4At ' '! . AndreW. Worwick. . local nhotn. graphef, attended the state photo-x gTupme uBociauon at " Peoria the first of the week. Miss Helen Schnieder is spending. a xew weens visiting m Manitowac, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Purvev itmt Sunday visiting in the Dr. J. C. Purvey home in Crystal Lake.- Albert Vales, Jr., and. Ut. and Mrs. George Vales arrived last week from Boston, Mass, where the men had been S playing with Carl Sands orchestra for the past 'year. After a few days Visit with their narents here they lefton Sunday for Dallas, X i ex., wnere iney will egin an engagement at thl Baker hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson of Hayward, Wis., visited her sisters, Mrs. Alphonse Adams, on Satdrdav. Tiff: 1 1 1 UK r . aitss neien incurane or Chicago is spending the summer months at her Emerald Park home. Mrs. LeRoy Smith and baby are!f .visiting relatives in iNewiork fori a few weeks. I family of Chicago spent the weekend!? viai 1,111 in .me ueorge B-ramer nome here. ! Sunday guests in the Arthur Smith home were Mr", and Mrs,. Ralph Smith, Arthur Smith, Jr., and Miss Lillian DeVoto of Chicago. i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hayes and family and Dick Hayes of Chicago spent Mother's Day with Mrs. Edith Hayes. Mrs. Nellie Bacon spent the weekend visiting in the Harold Bacon home in Crystal Lake. On Sunday T Jane Cowl's road company for aj' 1""!" tCZ X hiio ,a ml Pnsnn on yices at ThomaA church, where f iroadway before she took to radi. JSTTSIJ Married to Louis Hector, she goes i . M . . XT'i. v aiui hi miami, Stalls up Afeur DoIIarn Today is an especially good time to lay away as many dollars as you can in a bank - x. from getting out of bounds and you will also' build up your purchas-. ing power for account and in United the future when plenty States Savings Bonds, of everything will be r;j? V-';! -r. -ii' rtihe-lrMOT(Tr- -A' I I. LUCILLE WALL We use the word especially because . thrift always is a good idea, but those who 'practice it , now will reap extra benefits. By holding on to your dollars in this way, instead of bidding up prices for scarce merchandise, you will help keep prices available at reasonable' prices. We cordially invite you to open your account with us. Well also be glad to handle your purchases of United States Savings Bonds., Why not come in and make our bank your headquarters f or savingmoney. McHENRY STATE BANK Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation In Memoriam In loving memory of Donna Rath icHen M Mrs. David Kosencranz oyf Berwyn contest was stagea on ine iuem.ii.jr i m deatn and Mrs. Phil Kane and Ella Kane pf various '0ty ana aaoiescent jm.- , nf th of Chicago. ?ures, "'". 4w Holy Name society and a faith .Th?Pyntwto member of St. Peter's parish. abThetre ?waf atlso'na8seed and bulb JOSEPH G. WAGNER exchange between the members. 1. . . i,r.i - a u iviairieu io ijouib iieuwi, anc 6 a hi w;itio f .Tffvh-Jhnro. Mnvm ; to the theater often, but loatnes nigm , F, va iil guests in the home of ' Mrs. John Hoffman of Wilmette'. Mrs. Emma! clubs. Her one great dread-that , Ge0 Krame. h 6 .Bolger. Kattner of Spring Grove, Mrs. Re-j she 11 sneeze while on the air. Sunday guests in the Martin Con-1 Mrs. John Bolget attended the ' Rosing on her fifteenth birthday gina Schaefer of Fox Lake, Edmund way home were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn : wedding of a cousin, Jack Mullane, I anniversary, May 18. of West McHenry, Raymond of ; fijan Hale ("Cheyenne," Warner Smith and son, Dennis, of Rockton, 1 and "Miss Alice Ward .in. Chicago ( What would we give' to have you Spring Grove' and Mrs. Lucille R . w Utt thinks' the movie I Mrs. Celia Knox of Crystal Lake last Saturday.A reception was held here, Doetsch of Wilmette; also forty-two1 :iH Rar-k in and Mrs- Ed Holle of Oak Park. I at the Swedii Country Club. j To wish you happy birthday, dear? Ihe dearest daughter and sister the world could hold, A cherished smile and a heart of ... . , i . . v ... . v- viy . a.iiwi uii gaiutuav. Aiicix suit, uuv. & swrring m one pciure wn au. day. i directed his AJlton band in the state Lubin. For the past several years Mr. ,and Mrs. Geortre Kfamr. Mr V,oi- he's lived very well indeed on what , and Mrs. Vernon Kramer -' and Mr ' - he makes by appearing in three or and Ms. Alvin Baur' attended the CARD OF THANKS four films a year. i wake of a relative in Harrington on ' In this manner we wish to ex- S Saturday evening , nress bur heartfelt thanks for floral n ij a t u lYe andJ ,ns' offerings, donations of cars, cards Donald and John, Mr. and -Mrs. nf svmnthv and tv,P mAnv, nthpr here, t'resent to enjoy tne aay were preseniea py m. v,. j grandchildren. Other survivors are j "no " u u-l i. k. i, tn ;JMk Swatek and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Duker at- Mr. and Mrs. George Kane ana Mr. talk on 'Dira nouses was gir.. u, ; , sisters. Christina Freund. Marv 1JUi'' . Dolores. Barbara Mahler nd Mr. t th m,- ff rooa I and Mrs. Thomas Kane of McHenry, ; Mrs. Roy Harrison. . i Freund and Helen May. Two I outside work o get Dy on wnat williBm Vales of Chicago visited.'in AA schools at LaSaTle-Peru high Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rohles.Mr. and Following the meeting, a guessing . .. . t nrorodpd him I he earned by writing, directing ann Alhrt. Vli Paul Whiteman is set as master tt r T v yA One of the best loved and most or ceremonies on the ftrst lull nonr, Harold Phalin and daughters and L(S7xtended in fciwi Hospital Auxiliary Holds respected citizens of this community, coast-to-coast network recorded mu-, Miss Ann Frisby spent Sunday . in llt ?hev were all much aDore- Semi-Annual Meeting May 20 Jseph U Wagner, passed away at sic program m rumo aiatury ..tne Harry Lawrence home m Chica- ciated. 52 wno grew inio "ine uean oi hiom-j oupt. n. uuKer attended a ern American Music" is going tn i meetings of administrators and school be a disk jockey. His 25 years as 1 board members in Springfield one Surprised On Her Birthday Anniversary Mrs. Thomas Kane was pleasantly surprised one evening last week on her birthday annivprsary. A social hour was enjoyed, after which a tasty lunch was served and the guest of honor presented .with lovely gifts. Present were Mrs. Harold Taik of Kenosha, c.er oi rox niver urove, Mr. ana tinn ...:n ho, ts Sem -annual meet- T m.j.u o .o.i ..j ' - iv ,, Afrs. Ed M'atkins of Manitou "" tw,i m... 9n at th .v".,c' wa' luol.L" a conductor nave given mm won- j You're spending this birthday in Heaven, our Darling, We know you will hear us whisper softly, Happy Birthday, Donna Dear. LONESOME MOTHER, BROTHER AND SISTERS. his Spring Grove residence early , ... . . ., Sunday morning, April 27, 1947. Tho wnmun c ftllYlliarV OT the rm v ,1 . j. T I .. j Tr.il. ' . f j oi . . .. . . 7. i ine eiaesi son oi oonn una iyuui- -ieu ...; Woodstock I'uhl.c Hospital associa-j . Waner wag (born at Stacev. 20 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cans, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dowling, James Dowling. Indian Builders Although the wheel was ijnknowti I to the Incas they built a 4,300-mile ( stone paved highway, parts of 1 which still remain. mi, nn llPSl av. Mav ZU. at- ine i.j f o j u: t. 5Snrino-a PrlA My nnH Mrs Jnspnh 4 . ".T. . . -1..V. ! lau 01 "veu wiu. ... p.cui! 7Mr 7 M W l r.u 'u ur ' m" : "0 s. where they became estab mu- wmi wtrin wuri a juiaiicuii. . : l!r.v.rt rt Spencer of McHenry, Mrs. Lee Lar- rhm-lps .1 O'Rrien. m-psident. of the ..... ni ou.,k.. j m: : - . : :, uruve area. run. J"iY .ruiruimi ohm l.n. hospital DOaV(l, Will Spt'aK. Arlecn Thiel of McCullom Lake and o reservations will be made after Agnes jdenks oi Kingwood. farm in the Spring The-'- happiness of the family in derful material for the stories he'll Sunday Quests in the Joseph May tuck in between the records. , "u",e. WBrarJ r-imer amaiireidt ., . ' and daughters of Kenosha, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Buneard and chil- Hollywood's costliest location trip!dren of Elmhust and Ray and Bruce Rpail thp, Wunt Ads! Complete line of Dr. Hess' poultry and animal remedies at Wattles Drug Store, McHenry. 43-tf-p6 Monday noon, May 19. Admission will be fifty cents. untimely passing of Mrs. Wagner in 1 A no-,, of nf 18(1K TVion ritVi trio Celebifate Silver P ,i. ..;i.,j 't tu WeddTing Anniversary C ARl) Or THAKS , of -the century, the Elder Mr. Wag- Ms. Gertrude S. Justen, Mr. and I wish to thank my dear friends,'' ' 8ed thp communitv'R need for Mr. Peter M. Justen and Daniel neighbors and relatives . for cardsf t . assisted bv his son. He Justen were guests at a family din- flowers and prayers during my. re- was successfu jn erecting the Wae- f-r at the home of R. E. Sutton in cent illness, i also wish to manK House which fulfilled the' an- lioatro last Snndav. honnrino- flip rather .V'ldort and father I honnes . ,,,, : ,t nf tu fk; . i ' " - . r , . , i . m tltl K KZ ICt UllClllCllt.l KJl IliC till lw twenty-fifth wed.ling anniversary of tor P'rs offered in my .beha ,j rural village. ' the Jormer's daughter and son-in- oe. aina. iai n tminiLu , Annje Kemmler joined the Wag- lavvir. ann ivirs. wnnam j iviarum. their new home was marred by the is over, and Director Ray Nazarro ! Hennigan of Woodstock. Open house was held in the even ing for friends and relatives. In CARD OF THANKS In this manner we wiish to ex aer household in 1901 as the wife j is home a fter sbendinu $310,406,253, Mrs. Paul SclWerman and dauirh- filming scenes for two months in in- ter, Beverly, visted in Springfield f!ation-torn Shanghai, for Columbia's last Sunday. "Assigned to Treasury," starring Mrs Clinton Maktm and daughter, Dick Powell and Signe Hasso. Those rol,, visited Charles Martin in astronomical figures resulted from X',?" U nd the rates of exchange; JS LiSff, nSS- 00At"l1lC7?500dOllar fhonTrhS1 Mrs. Hugh Murphy attended a Howard Washington, once a red- mncneon oi tne Catholic Women's and mother of the father and son, cap in New York's Pennsylvania League at the Bfackstone hotel 'in I and to this union were born two OortAo t0w cars, spiritual bouquets ai floral tine Marquardt, who recently cele- offe""gs and the many other kind- brated her ninty-fifth birthday an- nesS e,Xtetr"!ed th tlm of the death of Peter M. May. We are eluded among the guests was Mrs. i press 0U.HI1th'nkus for donations at cMd Nick and John Wagner, On Jupe 4, 1908, at St. Joseph, Mich., Mr. Wagner . was united in marriage to Alice Shotliff , also of uin u x wr i. may. e are : Sprj Grove The married , The honored guests were, the re- h.ose to remain among, the, be- mon 0A M0;f - . peoples ot northern Illinois and they t ' i : i i n , vat w i station, plays1 the part of a baggage- ymcago .asi turaay. mr. murpnys toter in ''Wallflower," and oes all , s,str. ,wa installed as president. ates the shoe shine parlor at the Mrg Ralph Just daughtei.( Sally Warner studio.- I nnA .mi,. Tom nnrT Jim Minhooi Mr ana Mrs. ueorge Justen and chil- cipients of many beautiful gifts ntting the occasion. The former Leona Justen was mar ried to William J. Marum of Wood 52 THE CHILDREN. j began their life's work of public I service and endeavor with enthu- SPRAYING FOR SCIENTIFIC WEED CONTROL ANDERSON TREE SERVICE 519 Waukegan Road McHenry, 111. Telephone 113-R Comnlet lin of Ttmito livtwlr 8l8.m" . stock at St, Mary's church in Mc- I remedies at Wattles Drug Store, Me- Mr- Wagner served the community enry on iuay la, vwi.. iney and Henry. 43-tf-p4 . 7 7- j. ii v. o v - - iimiij anu ui t vi oiiivu iav completed two terms as mayor of Spring Grove j in recent years he acted as township clerk and township school treasurer; he represented Burton township as Republican precinct committeeman for more than twenty years; he was an interested and active member of the Bnrton-j Richmond Fire Protection District in I the capacity of treasurer and trustee; he was associated with many thanking organizations in this area, i and at his death, was a director of j the Arlington Heights National I Bank;. he owned and operated a bar ber shop in Spring Grove for many years. The deceased was art' .inspiring and imposing figure in the community life of Burton township. He was well qualified to' administrate and arbitrate the affairs of his townsmen. The htwable mannerisms exhibited in his routine contacts tended to conceal his humanistic idealism and philosophy. He was extremely sensitive to the flexible demands of the community which he chose to serve. His' kindliness and generosity were surpassed only by his discreetness and his trustworthiness. His honesty and., integrity were never doubted. His devotion 'to family and . community were immeasurable. His love for the good things in life knew no limitations. His loss is shared equally by the youth, of the community whp have, down through the years, recognized in him all the characteristics of an ideal, personality. He was possessed with the desire to be constantly alhrcas of the period -m which - tie lived; he was successful in his goal to understand and to. judge' events of local, national and world ' significance. . ' : . -, The surviving relatives, besides his Lwife, are two brothers, Niick and John Wagner of Chicago, and more than a score of nieces and nephews. Rev. S. E, Graham, McHenry, officiated at the , funeral services which were held at the Ehorn Funeral home, RioHmond," .Wednesday, April 30, 147, at 2:80 p.m. Interment was in Cole's cemetery. Burton township. ':'. T Former business associates' and life-long' -friends served as pall-bears: Chester Stevens, Anton Meyer, Paul Webef, George: Waspi, Nick Klein-and Frank MayV ' -' f ! H X ' "I . Cranberrr Center . Two-thirds of the naUbmv cran- - OMleafhUUoiMlDiyrWwiCoK FLAVORS FOR MAY BrERSCOTCH ROYALE 7 " VANILLA PLUM ROY ALE TOATEp hazelnut ' . HOCOLATEM INT CHOCOLATE ; SPECIAL BRICK EACH WEEK-END BpLGER'S ; DRUG STORE McHENRY DUgh to be an stage de- summer stock And her first Jan Miner, "Ann CBS "Crime Photog: she wasn t pretty actress, so she sign : one role changed her min audition in New York landed her at CBS. Billy Williams, radio stager (he was featured with Sammy Kaye's band) , night club entertainer and recording artist, makes his screen debut in Columbia's "Smoky River Serenade." He's on leave from CBS where he has his own program, "A Bouquet for You." ams" on the ' dren, Patricia Ann and Gerry, John "thouehti- Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Martin , UlUUA-Ul 'Escape" and in its radio version of "The Theatre Guild of the Air." Bob Hope's broadcasting djrfes in the East are set: May 27 frdm Philadelphia, June 3 from New ork, June 10 from Boston. Then We'll take a vacation he says; plans to go to South America and Europe with his family. Milo Boulton, who recently observed his fifth anniversary on the "We, the People" series, aWhg with Musical Director Oscar Bradley, recalled fondly that he had to rush from his own wedding reception to audition for the post. ' ' QDOS AND 15NDS Pbit Htnns, CBS bmritoHt, it orgtmtmg A ttnnil tour nttnt fOr radio ttart. . . . By VtnuUi waring fiOflOO worth of btr own )u-tli in "Rptat Ptrformamt" and col I Ucting rntal from tbt studio tor tarn. ' ... . Jam! Paigt bat a mat homa, a mau - dog, m nam car, a eoufda of fa4-P umtias and a starring rota t "Cbtytnna' . and iavi all tbt maatii to maki bar com plataly happy it a husband... . Dick Pow-til's old "Refits' GaUtry," starring Barry Sullivan, will rtplaca tbt Phil Harrit-Aliu Pay show for tbt tummar. . . . Jack Carson says ht bat a maw and httttr daat o Kbit ntxt show, rt placing lack Hatay. Y DON A, WICKS, Attorney . NOTICEOF, CLAIM DATE Estate of Josephine Weingarti De-' ceased -V v ", . -V .; Notice is herebw eiven to! all per- sonsvthat Monday, July 'TthyMT, is me ciaim oae in tne , estate i Josephine Weihgart, Deceased, pending in the County Court of McHenry. Ceun-tv, Nlinois. and that rJaima mav be t . . . iiimi H tram mr tkB.iii Mtiu nn nr yirtually cornplete, runs trueto the - jttttA mMSTQCK. l rwo-tnirds rule. :. ": .y- AGNES' NELLt ' Wegener and daughters, Joann and Cheryl I Mr. and Mra. Charles Gibbs and Mrs. Kathryn Conway and daughter, MarioVi, were Sunday guests in the : Dan O'Shea home in Grayslake. Sup per guests included Mr- and Mrs. LeRoy CorfwSBV, Mr. and Mrs. James Doherty ana son and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weber and children. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller spent Sunday with her parents in Chicago. Jacob Buss of Chicago visited relatives here last Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boyk and children , of Chicago visited her mother, Mrs. Cora Herdrich, on i Mother's Day., ( ' I c. niov.ri Annnsit1 M,8S Helen , Merges of Chicago' George Sanders played 0PP5'te ; 8pent the weekend at the home of, Edna Best in his first stage appear- Annft Mil,er anpe in London, and opposite Made- M'r and Mr8 puhr of chj. j line Carroll in his first American ntTA Mr AnH Mm. Purl us Fillwphpr film, then with both of them in RKO's fielvidere. Mr, and Mrs. George TO THE GRADUATE Crown the glory of their day' with handsome, 'long-lasting gifts of jewelry. Make your selections from a host of fine pen and pencil sets, gorgeous necklaces, watches and charming costume jewelry all at prices" sure to please. . WU)E SELECTION OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCHES FINE JEWELRY the .lasting gift, is the perfect expression of your good Wishes for them on Graduation Day. USE OUR BUDGET PLAN Freund of Crystal Lake vnd Mrs. John Borgeson and daughter. Olivia of Walworth, Wis., spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Freund on Waukegan stret.w Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sullivan of Woodstock spent Sunday visiting her father, Rep. Thomas A. Bolger. Mrs. Earl Highland and daughter, Jane, of . Pecatonica were weekend e e gfa Aoms PRESENTS THE NEW e e EVERSHARP': AU TMI HNI WIT- ino FtATum or MORI IXPINSIVI tVIRSHARPS gfttuatp CA Ink oa ... dry f Writes tar 9 . mtornth to yort wkkmot fMlam. Writa -iKIy a Mafic taUva. ,Yee eee't MeilieM 1-Cammi la dicU ef i BOLGER'S HEAI FOR STEERING- SAFETY See Oun ' NEW MANBEE SCIENTinC EQUIPMENT . luR BALANCING WHEELS AND TESTING STEERING - NOW AT YpUR COMMAND SaJetiiV Sake Don't put P hieuny, wobble or winder at your tront ena. inm are dangW aignab., Our tdeoiifle test will live true emmsa ana Oar MANBEE qnlpment dedicated to your TXTetr is tke newMt, finest, most seientifie way to test and correct "faulty alignment or ' i balance; Stop by and see it. An inspection of yevr ear wiU be made without oblifation. Don't pat it of f for safety,s sake. IF YOUR WHEI&S WOBBLE, SHIMMY OR ARE HARD TO TURN . . . SEE V$, NOWl C ENTRAL GARAGE fUED J. SMITH, Prop. . ,. ' '. -: . ;;v.; s Joiuulrarc ' Phone 200-J 0 ' Adinistrators; OrieS. St. ! V '-' ' McHeiay, (Pub. May 15-22-) .. V-' it V' - 1 , -.". . . I " i ; ''' .' r- ;' - , r , -. -:1mA the Wait Ad V:. . J ' ' - ; ' ' i .' -V- r .. j. r vi ' A:.'-

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