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-10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 7 1931 MRS,STURGEON RITES MONDAY Woman Who Died in Wis^ consin to Be Buried Monday at Clarion. CLARION, March. 7.--Mrs. Samuel Sturgeon, 83, former Clarion and Garner woman, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Koons in Lyons, Wis., Thursday afternoon will be buried Monday. ShVhas been in ill health for several years, but her last sickness was of only two days duration. Mrs. Sturgeon was b.orn in Troy, N. Y.; Aug. 11, 1848. She .made her home with her daughter, Morria,-in Lyons, Wis.,_since 1816. The bofly arrived in Clarion today and services will be conducted by the Rev.. H. O. .Sp el- man of the Congregational church at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Granville Smith In Clarion at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial will be made in Garner cemetery. She .leaves a son, R. S. Sturgeon of Mason City, besides two daughters. LEGGllLLlELL FARM MACHINERY Resigned Chairman Confident in Ultimate Success of Farm Board. WASHINGTON, March 7. Alex 'Legge-^draf ted once by a democratic president and once by a republican to handle big government jobs--is going back to selling farm machinery. . He quit cattle and farming in Nebraska to sell and repai r farm machine ry for the, old McCprmick Reaper company. By the time the World war came he was an executive of the enlarged International Harvester company. : President Wilson drafted him for the war industries board. After that job was over he became presi- 1 dent of the International. : At President Hoover's call he left a $100,000 a. year salary to get the farm board started in 1929. His resignation accepted yesterday, he is going back to the International people at Chicago. He was satisfied today the farm coard was a "going concern" and his confidence in its ultimate success, he ·· said, was greater on his last day at his desk than when he started.-' Leaving the board members, including James C. Stone, new. chairman who served with him as vice ' chairman, Legge urged them to pay 1 more attention to the young folks, ·'·''team'work.' ·.·;.' l --' 1 -' . · ' · - . · . ' . , " f'.'lt- does not matter ' much," he said, ''what becomes of us old fellows who will soon be out of the picture. The problems of the future must be met by the coming generation." '.'· · . .at -Local Churches GOLDEN TEXT: "Thou Shalt Love Thy-Neighbor as Thyself," Leviticus 19-18. ABSOCinlcd f'ress Photo Roberta Semple McPherson, 20, daughter of Aimee Semple McPherspii, evangelist, was married to William Bradley Smyth,, purser of the liner President Wilson at Singapore. REORGANIZATION IS CONSERVATIVE Oliver Progress Made Under C. R. Messinger, New?President. . CHARLES CITi, March 7--The Oliver Farm. Equipment company's reorganization- plan is progressing at a conservative pace with C. R. Messinger, Milwaukee/as toe new president^- Mri Messinger resigned as president of the Chain Belt company. of Mil waukee to take active - ' f ., m * -. . °* "» OUver Farm Equ p- and he has associated with ADVENTIST · ·' · · S A. A. Sunday night meeting in Y. M. C. A. Subject for 7:45 p. m.: "What Is the Mark of the Beast?" At their church,.1416 South Delaware, Sabbath school '9:30 a m.. (Saturday) preaching at .11. Prayer-meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday. Young peoples' meeting 7;45 p. m. Friday.--A. G. Christiansen, pastor. BAPTIST First--State and Pennsylvania. "Jesus, the Masfer Teacher" wit 1 , be the sermon the'me in the morning worship service which opens a- 10:50 with the organ prelude. "Song of Contentment" by Mueller, played by Mrs. J. E. Stinehart. For the offertbry she will play "Pas- torale"'by Rogers, and for the poat- lude, "Song of the North"- by Ashford. The choir will sing U'O an them and 'the service will close with the invitation being given. The evening service will open with the' singing of familiar hymns and songs followed by prayer and testimony and the pastor will deliver the fourth of the series of sermons on the Romance .of Life, using as his subject, "The Unfamiliar Staircase. ' The invitation to accept Christ will also be given in this service. .Church' school opens at 9:45 in charge of Mrs. C. L. Marston. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30, subject, "What Is the Church ?·* Miss Edith Wright, leader, assisted by members of the stewardship commission. World Wills guild girls meet at the church Friday, .March 13, at 7:30. Miss Doris Mickelson will lead,the lesson. Tin monthly business meeting of the church will convene "in adjourned session Wednesday evening at 7:45 Members of the "Other Seventy clijb" will meet at 8 Wednesday evening.--Jewel L. Pickett, pastor. 'CATHOLIC Holy Family--Second street northwest. Sunday masses at 7, 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Father R. P. Murphy, Father Barnes, assistant. St. Joseph--Masses at 6, 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m. Benediction and rosary at 3 p. m. The Rev. Dean P. S. O'Connor, Father Krieger, assistant. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist --Washington and Third street northwest. Sunday services, 11 s. m. Subject, "Man." Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday testimonial meeting, 7:45 p. m. Reading room east end of church. Week days, 9:30 a. m. to 0 p. m., except Wednesdays, when it closes at 7:35 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST ' Adams A v e n u e--9:30 Bible school. Morning theme, "Lord's Day. Why'the Name?" 6:30 Endeavor meetings. Evening theme, THE GOOD SAMARITAN EVANGELICAL Grace--Fourteenth and Adams northwest. Sunday school at 10 a. m. The school opens with a selection by the orchestra. Morning worship at 11. This service will be in the interests of the Albright Memorial The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff will bring a message in keeping with this thot. At 6:45 p. m. the intermediate and junior leagues meet. The senior E. L. C. E. meets at 7. The evening service begins with a gospel song servic eat 7:30. The pastor, will talk from the theme "The Good Samaritan." There will be special music in the morning and evening services--P. W. Pfaltzgraff, pastor. 'V. · LUTHERAN Bethlehem:--Between Fourth. and Fifth streets on North Delaware. 9 a. m. Graded Sunday school and Bible class. 10 a. m. English ser"One of the World's Greatest Men." vice Sermon - topic: "The Mind of Miss Dorothy Hicks, organist. Moru-J Jesus Attending the Passover." ing number "Prayer from Lohen- Jolm . 2 13 _ 25 . 11 a, m.- German; ser- grin,'' Wagner; -^EmmauSj'^rFcy-.yic^i.Mo^ atiult alriWa*. 1 "" ..T.'iTisniTifT "^'.^jV A- .""'Sn'PTIrlPTn et I · _i_' ·_ '' -iV_ . ^ " _ *.-'4.1. _ ' ---^~~ TM'-- r .m.._';,*' Scalding Steam Injures Engineer and Fireman When Train Runs Away V DETROIT,- March 7. OF)--A Michigan :Central' passenger train, inbound from'Chicago, swept thru two open, 'switches in the outskirts of Detroit last night,' escaping V steam scalding the engineer an4 fireman as the lomotiye plowed into a string of freight cars and then left the tracks. . j L The inured, men are Frank Shemp, engineer, and William La Vive, fireman, both of Jackson. Passengers were shaken up but', no serious injuries were reported among them. Helen Batchelor, Small : Blue Earth Girl, Dies THOMPSON, March 7.--Mrs. John Batchlor was called to Blue Earth, Minn., by the serious illness of her granddaughter, Helen, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Batchlor, who died Friday morning. Helen wag the only child and had been ill for about a week with intestinal flu. F!uneral services will be held at Blue Earth Sunday afternoon and burial made here at Rose Hill cemetery*at Thompson, s Resolution Passed for Paving at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS, March 7.--At a special meeting ^of the city council a resolution of necessity, calling: for the" paving of several blocks in Lake Mills, was adopted. A plat of the town has been prepared in which the proposed areas .of improvement are shown and the approximate cost for each lot given. The council will be in session Friday evening, March 27, to hear property owners who might appear to make objections. Perhaps deafness isn't a misfortune^ to Edison, but except for that he might have invented a device to kill the sound of a phonograph.-Fountain Inn Tribune. Pierce Arrow" 1 Motor'company, who previously held a position with John Deere and company, has been elected vice president in charge of finance. James S. Witmer, salesmanager of the J.-I. Case company of Racine, Wis., since 1916,. is now assistant to Mr. Messinger. Mr. Witmer started witfi the old J. I. Case Threshing Machine company in 1002 and served- in. various capacities until 1912. Much of his time was spent in Canada, where among other duties he opened the Case branch in Cajgary. From 1912 to 1915 Mr. Witmer was. salesman-' ager of the old Rumley Products company. In December, 1915, he returned ' to the Case organization as manager' of the Des Moines branch. In 1920 he became sales- manager : and served the J. I. Case company in this capacity until his resignation, last week. Mr. Wit- raer's long experience in the agricultural implement business and his acquaintanceship with implement dealers in this country and Canada make him a valuable addition to the Oliver Farm Equipment company. Continues as Manager A. E. Mills, manager of the Kansas City office, .will, continue in his present capacity. O. A. Lohrke, who has been connected with .the sales department since he advanced from the collection department, a position he took with the Hart-Parr company/in 1916, is western divisional salesmanager. Mr. Messinger is connected with a number of large .business concerns and banks in Wisconsin. He is also a'director of the Monarch Insurance company, the home office of which is in Cleveland. It was incorporated in 1929 by' strong midwestern interests to acquire the business of the Columbia National Fire Insurance company of Lansing. Mich. It is qualified to act in 35 states. Rush C. Butler, Chicago attorney, former president of the Illinois Bar association, has recently been made a director of the Monarch Fire Insurance company. Mr. Butler is an alumni member of the board of control of athletics at the University of Iowa. His early home was in Northwood, where he often visits his sister, Louise Butler. singer. Shepherd's --IF-BETTER FOOD CAN , BE SERVED YOU WILL FIND IT AT SANBORN'S RESTAURANT 211 South Federal ARRANGE TO EAT SUNDAV DINNER WITH US. A Good Dinner with Chicken at / 40c Mr. Sivrlght in Charge Messinger has visited the Hart-Parr division of the Oliver Farm Equipment in Charles City twice. Tho local plant is in charge of Cal Sivright and Archie Howland has succeeded P. K. Boklund as office manager. The local office force has been reduced and more work is being taken care of in the Chicago office which is the general headquarters, i Oliver Farm E q u i p m e n t was formed last year as a merger of the Oliver Chilled Plow works, South Bend, Ind., founded In 1855; Nichols and Shepard company, Battle Creek, Mich., makers of grain threshers since 1848; Hart-Parr Tractor company, formed in Charles City in 1902, and American Seeding- company of Sprinjrfield. Ohio. Evening Prayer," G. B. Nevin. Mrs. A. Lee- Long, · director. Morninn; numbers l chorus, "Welcome Sweet Day ;of ReSt;" Harry ; Hale Pike. Solo, trombone, "Th'e Rosary," Ethelbert Nevin; Junior Seney. Evening chorus, "Ponder My Works," F. Flexington Harker. 7:30 Wednesday evening prayer meeting anrt Bible study, followed by another number in teacher training. H. I. Prusia, director. CONGREGATIONAL First--Bible 9:45. Worship 11. Pilgrim group 7:30. Evening- worship 7:30. Boy .Scouts Monday evening 7:30. Union Lenten service in this church Wednesday evening 7:30. Dr. Spence, preacher. Energetic class Thursday for an all day meeting. Harmony guild Friday for a luncheon at 1 o'clock. Mesdames Pray, Pearce, Pickford, Melleckcr, hostesses. Devotions, Mrs. George. Program,- Mrs. Crawford. At the morning worship the quartet will give a program of music. Two organ selections by Mrs. Ehlers: "Allegro Mastoso" by Dicks, and "Pom poso" by Rogers. Anthem, "Thine Is the Greatness," Galbraith. Solo, Miss Smith, "Voice in the Wilderness," Scott. At the evening worship the worship in-music will consist of two organ selections by Mrs. Ehlers,' "Pastorale" by Rogers, and "March in G" by Galbraith. AM- them, "Go Down Great Sun," Matthews, and solo by Mr. Pool, "The Loving God," O'Hara. At the morning worship :Dr: Dibble will preach from the theme, "The Meanest Person, the Grumbler," St. Luke, 15, 29-30. Theme for evening, '·'Three in One." Second Chronicles 31, 21.--William L. Dibble, minister. EPISCOPAL St. John's--Sunday morning at St. John's church,, the service .will be as'follows: Holy Communion 8 a. m.; church school service and instruction 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon 11. The special music for 1 the Sunday morning service will consist of the prelude "Vision," by Rheinberger; the offertory, "Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace" by Cox, and the postlude, "Postlude" by Schubert. The church will welcome 28 newly confirmed communicants. The rector will con tinue his sermon on the exposition of the Epistle to the Corinthians. Monday night the rector will conduct a service in Clear Lake at 7:30. On Wednesday night there will he the regular mid-week Lenten service of meditation at 7:30. This will be followed by the weekly rehearsal of the choir. On Thursday afternoon at 4:30 the children's confirmation class will meet as usual. This No. l ; at .the pi . . . . . . day : evening , at 7, .and Saturday morning at 9 children's class.. Wednesday evening at . 7:45 " German Lenten service. Thursday evening at 7:45 English Lenten service. Thursday afternoon at -2 the Willing Workers meet at the P. G. and E. Mrs. William Challas, hostess. Friday evening at 7 adult class No. at home of Mrs. Liehman. Friday evening the Y. P. S. meets at the P. Gi and E. Lillian and Viola Honkeness, Monnie Spearar ane Clarence Kennedy entertaining.-C. A. Hinz, pastor. Central--East State and Connec ticut. Bible school at 9:45 o'clock D. K. Lundberg, superintendent. Di vine worship at 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Theme: "Christ Controll ing Demons." Music for this servic led by Mrs. Sorlien and the choir is as follows: Anthem, "Dear Spiril Lead Thou Me," Miles. Offertory "Largo from The New World Sym phony," Dvorak. Postlude, "Reces sional," Reginald de Koven. Luthe league meeting at 6:30 o'clock Topic: John 3:16. Paul bdlaug, lead er. Vesper service at 7:15 o'clock Sermon theme: "Compassion for th Crowd." Class for adult instructio Monday night at 7:45 o'cloc Monthly meeting of the brotherhoo Tuesday at 8 o'clock. TJie .featur of this meeting will be moving pic tures of Yellowstone park and a! pictures from Alaska.: token an shown by Arthur L. Rule. .Th ladies' guild meets Wcdnesda afternoon .at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs, C G. Wass will have charge of th Lenten devotions. Mid-week Lente service at 7:45 o'clock. Sermon b the pastpr. Theme: "The Serpent i the Wilderness."---The Rev. Georg G. Parker; minister. Immanuel--Corner Fifth and Je: sey southeast. ·Sunday school an Bible classes at 9:30! Morning wo ship at 10:30. Sermon topic: "Vii tory Over Evil." Anthem: "If Die," Heyser. Evening worship t 7:30. Lenten meditation, "How ad is Sin?" Special music. The oard of trustees will met at the arsonage Monday at 7:30. Lenten mid-week service Tuesday at 7:30. he Martha society will meet Wed- esday evening at 8 with Miss Elsie unsman, :121 Tenth street south- est. Olive Larson, assisting' host- ss. Brotherhood Thursday evening t 8. The educational department ill give the program. Refreshments y Lansing anti Axel Walskog. Uoir Friday at 7:30. Adult class rlday at 7:30. Confirmation class aturday at 10. -- B. T. Erholm, astor. Our Savior's -- Jefferson and 'wenty-fifth street. Sunday . school 0. Confirmation class 6. Evening orship 7:30. Sermon theme: "Jesus ur High Priest. Heb. 5:7-10. -- H; O. "rness, pastor. St. James -- 502 Sixth street south- ast. Graded Sunday schooL.9 a. m. Wbisnak, * superintendent. American services ; .at 10 a. m. o'clock. Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at 9:30 o'clock. Lenten service Monday at 7:30 o'clock. --Oliver L. ;N.. Wigdahl, pastor. METHODIST First--10:45 -.pastor will preach on "Christ and His Enemies." 7:30 There will be a union service with the Presbyterian church. The play, "The Sword of the Samurai," will be given by a group from the Presbyterian church. 9:30'Church school. Men's class in courthouse. Queen Esthers in P. G. and E. auditorium. 9:30 Junior church in auditorium. 6:30 Asbury league: Donald Wieder will speak on "Prohibition." Wesley league: Lenten talk by the pastor. --William H. Spence, pastor. Olivet--9:50 a. m. Church school. C. K. Kinney, superintendent. 11 a. m. Worship. Theme: "Life With a Purpose." The choir will sing "Rock of Ages," by Dudley Buck. 6:45 Epworth league topic: "Jesus and the Youth of Today." 7:30 p. m. Spng · service and sermon. Theme: "Who Are My Neighbors?" Music by Young people's choir. Wednesday evening--Choir practices and mid-week service. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Foster's division of the Ladies' Aid will serve at a silver tea. Friday evening Mrs. Sherman's division of the Ladies' Aid will sponsor a musical program. Union Memorial--Fourth street and North Carolina avenue. Morn- j ing worship at 11 o'clock. The pastor will preach, this being the third Sunday in Lent, will use % for his theme: "The Searcher fof Hearts." Scripture: Luke 11:14-26. Text: Luke 11:14. Church school at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. M. M. Brewton, superintendent. Evening worsbio at 7:45 The pastor will preach using for his theme: "A Spiritual.- Triumph." Text: .Matt. 26:36. Mid-week' prayer services Wednesday evening at' 1 .8 o'clock. The place will be announced later!--J. C. McGinty, pastor.' Zion--East State and Rock Glen. Service in German at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. English worship at 11 a. m. Epworth league at 7 p. m. and at 7:30 p. m. picture. The film will tell us of the work the Methodist Episcopal church is doing, at Porto Rico. The prayer meet,Ing is at the home of George Buehler Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. 1 --G. H. Kohler, pastor. PRESBYTERIAN First--9:45- a. m. church school: 11 a. m. worship. Theme, "Supremacy of tlje Inner Life." The senior chorus will sing "Turn Ye to Me," Harker. Mrs. Woodward will play the following numbers, "La Cascade," Dupre; "Album Leaf." Thompson; "Allegro," Roberts. Sermon, "To Have, or to Be," by the pastor. 2 p. m. juniors and Light.- bearers. 3 p. m. seniors and forum. Harlan MacMillan will lead the seniors. 7:30 p. m. union service with the First M. E^ church in that church. "Sword of the Samurai" I be giyen. Monday 7:30 p. m. the Presbyterian guild with Mrs George Ivin. Tuesday 7 p. m. leadership training class. Wednesday p. m. The pastor will speak on "Worship That Is Insincere." Mr and Mrs. Wilhite will sing. Y. r service 7 p. m. Evangelistic service 8 p. m. The pastor will speak Mr. and Mrs. Williams will sing. Prayer meeting Tuesday 8 p. m. Tli« Rev. Mr. Cooper, who was with u.s for two meetings some time ago will begin special meetings in ihe tabernacle March 19 and continue til! March 29.--J. A. Schmidt, pastor. American Sunday School Union-At Hope Mission, 628 Polk place southwest, 11 o'clock, H. C. Griffith, superintendent. At Oak Grove school north ni city, 10 o'clock, Mrs. J. R. Glandon, superintendent. At Hanford church 10 o'clock, T. U. Wheeler, superintendent. ; Full. Gospel Chapel--Sunday, school 10 o'clock. Morning service 11. Young- peoples society 6:80. : Song service 7:30 to 8. General service 8. Weekly meeting Tuesday and Friday 7:30. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 1645 North Pennsylvania avenue.--Elder W. H. Spivie, minister. Americanism: Poor people who work hard and look happy; diamond and fur-bedecked people who loaf and look sour and Kessinger's Review. dissatisfied.-- heme : /!How ' Christ 'Frees^ ;TJs from. iatan.' ' TGBfmaii , servipes'^ir -IXTK 1 mi- Christ Seeks the Soula of 7:30. p. m.. fourth Lenten ideyotionai - - Hen." Third Lenten sermon in German Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. Choir l meet for practice' Friday evening. -- Oswald E. G. Mall, pastor. Trinity -- 508 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. 9:30 o'clock graded Sunday school and Bible classes. The Young Married Folks Bible class meets at 234 Sixth street southeast. r. F. Williams, superintendent. Horning worship at 10:45 o'clock. Sermon theme: "God's Hour of Srace." Luke 19, 1-1D. Anthem: 'Trust in the Lord," Hande!. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Scrip- ;ure reading and prayer, Helen Gulbranson. Vocal solo: "That ''Sweet Story of Old," Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson. Topic: "Passion Thots" from John 3.16 by Miss Ida Roseland. Piano solo, selected; Addison Olson. Reading, "Repentance," Miss Corinda Anderson. Violin solo, "Adoration," Doris Bowers. Bible study. Young peoples choir Wednesday at 7 p. m. · Senior choir Wednesday 7:45 p. m. Mid-week Lenten service Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sermon theme: "Peter, His Fall and Conversion." General Ladies' Aid Friday at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses, Mrs. K. G. Olson, Mrs. J. O. Gilbertson and Mrs. L. O. Gunderson -Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. Cnlvary -- 1615 Delaware avenue northeast. Morning^ worship at B t? Congrega Ctonh I church. Dr. : Spence, speaker. Saturday, 2 p. m. moving pictures. -George K. Davies, minister. East Side-- Sunday school 11 a m. Bud Conlon, superintendent. BHSCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel Tabernacle -- 61n North Delaware avenue. Sunday school 2 p. m. Preaching service 3 A MOST HELPFUL CREAML D OR.OTHY[GRAY'S Special Skin Cream knows how easily winkles can invade thin faces and throats, and so it devotes all its time to keeping thin faces smooth and young. This very successful cream can be purchased at our Toilet Goods De* partmentfor$L00,$1.75or$2.75. THE MERKEL- F1RST MORTGAGE LOANS- We have funds available for good first mortgage loans. Let us help you build, remodel or refinance your home. Our prompt loan service has assisted thousands of Mason Cityans into home ownership. VT---t Mason City Loan · Investment Co* \V. L. PATTON, President GROUND FLOOR M. B. A. BUILDING AN ENTIRELY Crystal Cafe 9 North Federal Ave. TRY OUR Sunday Dinner 5Oc One visit and yoa'II come often! was necessarily omitted this week because of the bishop's visitation. On Friday night, there will, be the regular confirmation class fot adults and on Sunday morning at 9:45 the young people's confirmation class. On Friday afternoon at 2 Mrs. C. F. Hinton will lead the women of the parish in their continued study of India. The vestri- held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday night at which t i m e regular reports were heard and several new measures adopted. Team Work Will Defeat Unemployment War is being waged everywhere on unemployment. And it is being won by a simple formula -- team work. The government, railroads, municipalities and big business are alt providing much needed jobs. And home owners can add an amazing amount of work to this total. Their team work can be added by spending a small amount to repair their property. A job of painting,- setting storm doors, repairing floors will give some man a day or a week of work. The- aggregate can easily be enough to turn the tide in this community. And' solving each city's problem means solving the nation's. Check your house over today. See what needs repairing. And plan on remodeling. You can turn unused attic space into playrooms and extra living quarters that are warm in winter, cool in summer. You can transform your basement into a sitting or recreation room. Open porches can be made into sun parlors, enjoyable all year 'round. Enlist today. Help relieve unemployment and enhance the value of your property, while prices are down. Call us today for details. Moore Moore., inc. 62!) South l'c!cral Ave. Hionc I U J CHRYSLER SIX Styled like the smart Chrysler Eights New Six Sedan $895, f. o. t. factory (sptdatequipment extra) 885 and up f. o, b. factory For the first time we are showing a big new Chrysler Six expressly designed to stand forth as the smartest six-cylinder car ever available at low prices--and not only the smartest, but a new six powered to make a clean sweep of its price field in every conceivable test of performance. With its n6-inch wheelbase it is an extremely graceful car -- having exceptional roominess. Like its magnificent companion cars, the Chrysler Straight Eights, it has a double-drop frame permitting a very low 'center of gravity -which is the essential source of its attractive appearance, better balance, finer riding qualities and greater safety. You are cordially invited to view these cars today and to appreciate their fine performance by driving one of them. E. W. LARSON CO. 116 S. Delaware Phone 766

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