The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1937
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KRESSfN FAMILY REUNION HELD JULY SAT HERMAN HINTZ GROVE Californians Quests Honor At Fenton Gathering of Fenton: A Kressin family gathering was held Monday, July 5, at the Herman Hintz grove, southeast of Fenton, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressin and son, Robert, of Pasadena. California. Mr. Kressin is a brother of Mrs. Mary Mittag, Mrs. August Meyer of Fenton, and Mrs. Lena Pomtfe of Barney, North JULY SPECIALS nsc © or o es sa. IB CLEARANCE popular spun linen Washable Presses All sizes from 14 to 44 —no more this season, only $3.98 Dakota, and Mrs. Kressin is the former Emma Radig, a sister o Alex Radlg and Mrs. Emil Laabs o this place. The above were present and also the following: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kressin and daughter, Eileen. Mrs Leonard Kressin and daughter. Viola, Marvin Minderman and Mrs Fannie Beling and son. Lamoine of Barney, North Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rehmer and son, Loren of Homestead. Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thies of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alexander. Pasadena. California: the August Meyer family. Bertha Kressin. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maurice Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. F. W Jentz Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause Mr' and Mrs. W. H. Elmers. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Elmers. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson and their families. Mr and Mrs. Fred Meyer and son. .las Mrs. Henry Eimers and son. John all of Fenton. LWin Meyers. Algona and Leona Wood of Rolfe. The Emil Mansager family of Hollandale visited his brother. Melvin and family during the holidays, i « f »r Carrie Haase and son." Gail, left Monday for Woolstock to visit I another son. Glenn and family. A. P. Peterson. John Tieman. John Elmers and Gordon Wallace were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager 11 and family attended a Mansager re| union at West Bend Sunday. A I large number attended. I! Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite left Saturday for a visit with her folks at Duluth, Minn., then on to northern Minnesota for a two weeks' fishing trip. A Cade-Bel) reunion was held on July 4 at the Call Park, Algona Those froni here attending were th Herman Gade and Emil Biersted families. Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson am daughters, Mona and Carol of St Paul, came Monday evening to vis! the former's uncle, C. F. C. Laage and family. John Munch and Gerald Voght returned this morning from Chicago where they saw the Cubs-Cardinals play a 14 inning baseball game. The Cubs won 33 to 12. Mrs. Mary Mittag and Mrs. Fred Boettcher went to Hampton. Friday, to bring home Mrs. Mittag's sister Mrs. Lena Pompe. who was visiting her son. William and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Krnuse of Algona visited her parents. Mr. and Wrs. Theodore Weisbrod and Mrs. "Crause's children. Bobbie nnd Billie Mitchell. Bobbie accompanied his mother home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Hantelman ind three sons and the latter's sis- er. Susan, all of Minneapolis, vis- ted at the parental William Hantelman home during the holidays. The Vilmer Hantelman's home and all heir belongings burned two weeks ago. They lived on a farm near Minneapolis. The Algona Ppper Pea Moines, Algous, Iowa. July ft 1987 Rewrites Of Ntwt From LMt Tiittdty'* Kmrath County Advanct CLOTHES VSKO by the bank robbers at Whlttemore, last week, were found discarded along the highway north from No. 9, Hve miles west of Swea City, Wednesday of HOmjMfHHgHeefcHti Shower At Oftosen Ottosen: A miscellaneous shower was given Jn honor of Mrs. Lee Holt Friday evening at the Lutheran church parlors. The following program was given: solo, M»s. CHtt Landers; song, girls' sextette; read- Ing, Mrs. Ralph Richards; solo, Rev. Hancock, and writing recipes for the bride. The bride received many 60 OALLONd FREE v , novLa . nlu with every Used Car selling at $166 or over for the rest of this month S, to P' ck *««««. n««« yow own price.—Kent Motor Go. *OR SALE-10 corn finished yearlings. 2 pure bred shorthornTbulls, * grass fat cows.—Loyd Gross, Algona, Iowa. 26-26* last w**k. Shoe, gloves, overalls, etc.. were found scattered for several miles. DR. 4. H. EDGE, pastor of the Jfpthodist church here, announced to his congregation, Sunday, that fie had accepted the presidency of L^nkota Wesleyan College, Mitchell, S. D. His election took place at a neeting of the university board last Saturday. A successor has not been named. Pr. Edge has been in the ministry for the past 13 years and •=erved six years as superintendent of the Sheldon district. He has >een in Algona for three years. * • * FIRE DESTROYED two barns on he M. T. McGuire farm, south of ilgonn Friday of last week. The amps originated from spontaneous CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Two used electric refrigerators.—Kohlhaas & Spllles 27 FOR SALE—Four Chesapeake puppies, 5 weeks old.—Johnson Service Station, Phone 238. 27 FOR SALE-^-10 corn finished yearlings, 2 pure bred Shorthorn bulls, 2 grass fat cows.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. Iowa. 27-28* BUT A FARM now while prices "?? 1 * ****<;. llst to select ; i , Jl* yo . ur t f rm ^^ tne — Edward Capeslus, Algona, 24-tf DEVELOPING—and printing, any slee, sOo per ton, free enlargement with any roll. —Lnsby'g drag FARMS or town property, « » "IT 0 ' W - N'wlin, real estate, Algona. 7.34* 3-length (short, medium and long) in flue 3TKM Silk Hosiery All new summer colors excellent wearing, try a pair, only 79c RANGE *i.oo for Surprise For Mr*. Bohn on Birthday Fenton: Mrs. Fred H. Bohn was happily surprised Friday evening when a group of her friendfi gathered at her home to celebrate her birthday anniversary which was on July 3rd. Bridge was played at four tables with Mrs. Charles Newel winning the high score prize and Mrs. Ern est Votteler the second high. CITT OR AND RECORD OP FILING OB CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT ESTIMATE Distrirt'nV \^nn?° a J d ° f P irectors °f Algona Independent School at 7-0 n A] K ann Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 20th 1937 n^s t [hAo^elSe ^S^L^ha?^. *' " LEORA K. ST. JOHN, District Secretary. 1 2 9 j f 6 ~7 itSr^" T,,n e ?" Ur ; edl P corae necessary Itures Itures Itures June plus of other to be for year for year mo- ba'ance than raised by I93G-37 1935-36 ^ ' • ~~' J-MJ on hand taxation tnvitirm Genera, ..,70,000 |36 , W « J17 , 00 0 „?$? ,KJ 0n$TB . 970 |71,5 2 6 ---14.125 26,451 V?,mh $ft » 3 '" 5 $C2 ' 387 * 17MO "-•" ( '° *«'.'~ZS Number of persons of school a ge in the district. Taxable valuation (1936), $2629456 Moneys and Credits (1036), $78(\612! 14.411 _ 13.952 $85,478 combustion. Al Roethler. farm hand, ran into the garage and attempted to carry out a gasoline barrel. Some splashed on his chest and ignited. Three fire trucks were called, but the flames spread rapidly behind a stiff breeze, and cleaned out both barns. * * * LLOYD BOHANNOX, assistant secretary of the Kossuth Mutual Insurance Co. for the past 4's years, will move to California, August l! with Mrs. Bohannon and their young son. He has not announced his plans for the future. FUNERAL SERVICES for Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, mother of former Senator L. J. Dickinson, were held Saturday afternoon at the Laird & McCullough funeral chapel with Rev. A. English officiating. Mrs Dickinson, 91, died at the home of her son, R. C. Dickinson, Winnebago Minn. Burial was in Riverview Three children survive: R C Dickinson, L. J. Dickinson, Mrs. J. A Van Ness. Mason City. E. C Dickinson, another son, died in Algona a number of years ago. Since her husband s death, Mrs. Dickinson had been making her home with her daughter at Mason City, most of the time. FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering 10 ft. tractor binder. Good condi- tion..—McCormickWJeerlng, Store, Algona. 27 FOR SALE—RENT, TRADE— Two story brick building, size 25x60 used as garage, suitable for any line of business, middle of town, see or write C. T. Heller, Westgate, Iowa. 27* LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— Helse Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes prices locatldnR Terms to suit you. List your farm •with us.—Me Donald & Co. J)., Corwtth, LuVerne Families Picnicked Corwtth: Mr. and Mrw Robert Masterson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey of LuVerne, Mr. ant) Mrs. Lee William* and John Evans enjoyed a picnic at Morris Lake on Sunday, July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastlan and Rennie Lou of Humboldt visited at the Masterson home Sunday evening, and Margaret Masterson accompanied them home for a week's visit Buys Old School So. Plum Creek: Jewel Larson was the successful bidder on th« old central school building in Plum. Creek, when sealed bids were opened July 1. The price was $135. H« will move It to his farm nearby. REAL BARGAINS on good im f rms ' !so «*1 buys on Al FOR SALE—15-30 McCormick- Deering tractor. Reconditioned.— McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 27 Wanted FOR SALE—Good 2-wheel trailer, I ..-- to nandle ou selling line of household an A FOR SALE-^McCormlck-Deering 8 ft. grain binder. Nearly new — McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. . . 27 I FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth tour- Ing tudor.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 27 I WANTED—Steel grain bm~ in good condition. Ca/eJo-J, A,gon a 27* Miscellaneous CORRECTION-—SWEA CITY Last week The Upper Des Moines In a story of the illness of Miss Julia Lmdblom. stated in a headline that she had died. The headline was in error, and to the best of our knowledge, Miss Lindblom is alive FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering side rake. — McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 271 in farms, ..„,„„ B1IU Iowa StaYe SnfK.'S" "I? RE NTEHS and young men wish" FOR SALE—Model D John Deere tractor.—McCormick-Deering Store Algona. 271 FOR SALE—Two rebuilt, standard Underwood typewriters, like new, recent models, reasonable. See them at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth pickup.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 27 „,„„. '"vestlgate unusual settle^ eThv°T rt ;j n ' tieS " ow beln * «*«£ ed by the Canadian Pacific Rall- V r °« l £ Western Cana <J<«- See parUcui^rs DOnaId ' ^^ ^J^" weathe , that y° u ca " ord "injr your Fuller cool of Countr *v jr your uller Country Shower for J3.89 from your ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR SALE—Town lots and dwellings. List your property with us. —Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency, Algona, Iowa, Phone 125. 25-28 CLEARA White Parses TW« Is the last big shipment tbls summer, and they are Koine fast, 14 snappy stfitu Donn delay '"' $1.00 CLE NOE Any *8J),'> S»k Di-ess In the store. All new styles and all wanted sheers and sharkskin's «U sizes, cholre 95c CLEAR tverj _ l»r n «u ARANCE A R A N C FJ *««!* CLE A H iim- t»««'e4 J\n!» ?"•*!. ""A Aud rruieinIHT this is j -Uifonit'!, ouly aJr-c-un- * dJUoued Dry (ioods and Apparel store, uud you way sboii here in cool cviot'ort daring the hot July days. CLEARANCE GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY. President LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. RECEIPTS-Oneral Fund On hand last report ^S\S?L Sch - HouSl Normal training aid. :.::.: * 'SI'S General fund tax levy ^ 4<,nmm Semi-annual apportionment ... IBBI'B-. Tuition i.8bl.6o Sale of text books and supplies".'.'.'.'.'.'.'."""ZZ3...... 14,782.75 183.80 TOTAL-General Fund ................................................... $ni,90754 n . . , RECEIPTS— School Houw Fund Jn hand last report .......................... School house fund tax levy .......... ..'.'.".'.'.'.'."'."'.". ................ TOTAL— School House Fund ....................................... ~ ~~ _ . _, RECAPITULATION Jn hand last report ............ Total receipts, current year TOTAL ..................................... Jisbursements $21,931.63 19,000.00 $49,524.70 $62,382.84 $40,931.63 $21,931.63 $19,000.00 current year $111,607.54 $ 75,970.67 $40.931.63 $14.480.00 balance on hand ';his report DISBCRSE.MENTS—School House Fund ^arleton D. Ben Central Nat'l B. & T. Co Central State Bank ^T''^ fresco Union Savings Bank Srnmet Co. State Bank ... L J. Green 'irst Nat'l. Oelwein owa Des Moines Nat'l B. & T. Co owa State Bank Merchants Nat'l Bank Security State Bank Miss Lutia Wallace % 35,936.87 $26,451.63 630.00 585.00 585.00 247.50 7.427.50 112.50 67.50 112.50 3,892.50 50.00 202.50 1,000.00 Madelon Hess Heston & Anderson Hueser Music Store Naomi Hewett Jess Hill Hillyard Chemical Co. . J. .1 Holcomb Laura Hoelscher Holley School Supply Henry Holt & Co Geo. Holtzbauer .„„.,, Floy Horn .. . , ilg5 . 7a 367.50 S.59 20.02 flOO.OO 12.00 9.03 11.93 090.00 34201 .83 783.77 Houghton Mifflin & Co. L. E. Hovey Hub Clothiers .'.'."".'.' Josephine Hughes ... . Margaret Hullerman . Hary Hurn Huntington Lab. Inc. .. L. C. Hutchins A. Hutchison Mrs, Theo, Hutchison ".'.'.'.'.'.'.. t. O. A. Store Illinois Blol. Supply . '.''.. Industrial Chem. Lab Institute for Research towa Blind Products Iowa Pupils Reading Circle own State Bank Iroquois Pub. Co rvington Twp. School Dist. Jacobsen Mfg. Co James Drug Store Janney-Semple Hill Co. __ '. L. Johnson . lohnson Service Co. 22.97 >!axine Jones S45.00 1.06 27.93 51.24 557.19 990.00 40.50 189.07 50.00 254.75 12.00 13.82 11.41 12.33 38.25 49.69 246.11 7.93 5.81 56.25 402.55 138.42 53.79 •OTAL Activity Fund Advance Publishing Co. . Akre Grocery .Igona Co-Gp. Creamery , ilgona Flour & Feed AJgona Greenhou3t.s Igona Ice Cream Fact Algona Ins. Agency .Igona Upper Des Moines V. D. Allen Co. American Book (.'o. Am. Home EC. Asso. American Library Asso. \mlerson Grain & Coal V. D. Andrews Isttlle Arnold iuth Arnold i. Flae Asi-her,o. for Childhood Kduc iailey i Hints Inc. . tarry baktr ..eo. W. Banwart I. A. i F. E. Bartholomew - S. Burnt: a & Co. •eckley-Cardy Co. . W. Bthrc-nci.s Gladys Btighlc-r I'aul Btrgtr UjUbtrorn's A. L. Blanchard Evelyn Black Antohjttti- Bo/inatettt-r A. H. Borchardt Brady Transfer Co. BoUford Lumber Co. Bruce Pub. Co Bun-uu of rental Hygiene Bureau of Educ liebtarch Bureau of Publications. Katherine Carlson Dora Carbon Thomas Caughcy Ctdar Speciality Co. Centra! Scitntific Cu CL-hriathillea & Htrbst C'hribtensi-n. Joyce C-'hriaU-iiijuu Machine Co. City of Aiguna ' Civic Educa. Service DISBLRSKMKNTS—OENEBAL FliND H&6.04 Frances Clayberg 153.21 H. Coleman 12.47 D. Wane Collins 3422 Mrs. Daisy Cook 5.52 County Recorder 296 H. R. Cowan 4.00 K. S. Cowan 161.20 Crane Co. 1IM.72 Bert Cronan !)'J.&5 Cuminings Store Davidson Co. 1.10 The Davis Press 1.00 Dau Garage 2.022.W) C. W. Davenport '. iiert Deal Ii45.00 Decker Brothers 500.00 Deep Rock Oil Co. 16.00 Demro Library Supply Co 1.51 Dtrry & Wiliarns 1575 Ue.s Moine* Theatre Sup. Mrs. Duane Dewel Doubleday-DGran Co. Dudley Lock Corp '. Carrie Durant Kduca. Music Bureau Employers Mut. Casualty Encly. Brilannica Executive fjuild Mrs. W K Ferguson Fillmore Co. Nursery l-mri-nce Kindlay Follelt Pub. Co. Albert Forsberg Foster Furniture Co. John Foth Frankei Carbon & Ribbon Ben Franklin Store Frye Mfg. Co. W. F Gander '. Mm Ed Genrich Winifred Oilltn t'. J. Giimore Ginn & Co. Bertha Godfrey Evelyn Graham F. W. Green J Greenberg Grocery Trade I J ub. Houst Havvcon & o#g W C. Hawley 21.7.0 19.20 6..-JO 1.00 fi«2 .% 1 534 90 .'48.24 10.00 3.07 1 207. M 4*529 -M) 1 65 2.18 1.60 WXI.OO 15.81 17.39 65.34 31 9! 40.50 4':. 51 $14,4ilO.OO 900.00 1.00 1,41300 11.00 .75 736.10 8.70 10.64 1.680.07 1.12 2.60 4.00 15.63 6.60 490 139.13 1.06 24.05 1.12 1.41 28.00 3.15 12.38 1,188.00 31.15 13.19 71.18 27.50 72.00 114.24 1,500.00 .77 66.55 34.56 38.70 I 28.60 1.12 54.72 22.50 22.00 1,192.50 80.43 14.42 1.000.00 900.00 2.00 21.80 1.00 7.85 1825 toy Keen vathryn Kelly __________ Kennedy & Parsons _____ eystone Envelope CD. Keystone View Co. IMvid Klnx ________ ______ Kir.srh's laundry _______ C. H. Klanip ________ _____ Kliptci l^iuse-f^eaf - ______ Koch Hrothers ____ ______ Kohlhaas & Spilles iJ^one Krampe Huth Kreikenbtturn ______ Kru*>e & Hlossoin _______ <!ord(in Kuhn ___________ 22.50 L. If. Kurtz _____________ 47.34 O. H. ljii;\K -------------- 2716.66 22.50 24.75 63.2!l 31.61 26.54 33.75 -Cl.76 S4.30 13.63 45.13 63.75 1300.50 1300.50 330.00 Ixtinj,' & Mu<-key I.anxan Pap*-r Co. Ixtthrop & Weaver 75.17 3!)0.3!) 62,11 75 f)2 I.tedy Mfg. Co. __________ 1^74 3.50 Rozc-lle Litzel .......... . 1035.00 The Lloyd Thome* f'o. Long's Food Shop LoriiiK-Farrner Co. Lorinfc' Supply f'o. [.owe i Campbell Ailhur Lukensmeyer 50.00 17.45 18.59 6.S3 114.62 1300.50 11.67 1.80 16.80 2.53 L'6.00 6.SO 47.26 K. W. Lusby 638.85 ".usky, White & Coolidge. -yon Metal Prod. Inc. -yons Band Instr. Co. .. MfKinley Pub. Co. 'Irs. K. c. McMahon jeorge McMahou Macmillan Pub. Co. liar^uret McNown 1192.50 '. R. McVeigh :{j.75 ace Mahiu &90.00 rianual Arts Press ].g5 anual Training Revolv. fund 88.21 E. Manon 1219.00 Messenger Printing Co. __ 3.44 Metropolitan Supply Co. . 613.48 Midland chemical ''o. __. 34.gfi Alvena Miller 1300.50 fjfco. L. Miller 173.14 Miller, Bryant, Pierce Co. M.'ubach Clothing Co. _____ Modern Ury Cleaners ____ Mue Hi Sjogren ____ ______ Moort: ____________ Multi-Sharp Co. _________ nich Brothers ., . _____ .N'ui'l Uldf.-. Maintenance - .Vat'l Cuuucil Teachers of Eng. . 3.00 42.22 jj.js 20.28 28.10 2.51 354.26 109.50 2.00 N'nt'l Kduca. ARROC. 8.96 N'elson Hardware 125.79 Noble & Xoblc 2^00 Alfred Norman -16.00 Oscar Norman 10.00 F. S. Norton & Son 2141.50 Norton Machine Works .. C3.02 Northwestern Bell 217.30 Mrs. Don Nugent 12.00 A. J. Nystrom 5.01 Omahn School Supp'.y Co., 8^1 E. M. Orton 256.00 A. N. Palmer Co. 10.50 E. J. Palmer 1.50 Donald Parsons C6o!oO Fern Pederson 1M5.00 Pink Supply Co. 24.12 David Phillips 1215.00 Howard Plntt 53.15 Oeorgiana Plender .. 90000 Hi V. fV?t 76.66 Ben Potter 965.07 Practical School Supply Co. 134.52 Pratt Electric Co. 451.44 Gladys Prescott 1012.50 C. M. Preston 174.68 Public School Pub. Co. __ 5.00 W. F. Quarrie & Co 41.90 E»ther Quinby 1300.50 Chas. Rarnun 2.20 S'han. Kedemske 14.30 IteminRton Rand Inc. 200.22 Reminder 3.50 3{ichard«on Furniture Co.- 2.33 'lyde Rldenour 1170.00 Theo B. Robertson Prod. Co. ftngs Aria Rnckfivold 900.00 U.l A. Rogers Co. 9.83 Claude Rose 60.00 Row, Petersfin & Co. 9.17 Save Electric Co 9.74 Fred Schoby 30.00 Scholastic __ 1.50 G. Schrimer 1.54 Scott, Foresman & Co. ... 68.66 Leland Schmidt __ 250.78 Thomas Schultz 3.00 Mrs. Robt. Schwyhart .. r . 6000 R. H. Shackelford 43.85 Silver Burden & Co. 01.88 Simmons, Peckham 8.22 Skelgas Co. 3.00 August Slagle 31.88 L. C. Smith Typewriter Co. 83.94 Society for Visual Educa. 1.35 Sorensen Drug Co. 19.05 Sorensen Grocery 2.95 Tony Sorenson 15.62 Southwestern Pub. Co. ... 3.70 Ruth Stansbury 1170.60 Stanley Rule & Level Co.. 15.23 Sleek Co. 2.26 W. Storms 68.08 Story Parade 1.50 Leora Klahr St. John .._ 300.00 Mrs. Anna Sutton 21.16 •:. N. Taylor 51.07 Text Book Revolving fund 450.00 filden Mfg. Co. J.51 Thorpe Wood &. Iron Work* 12.30 G. F. Towne 207.06 Underwood Typewriting Co. 186.00 United Chemical Co. 2.05 University Press, Chicago 5.S2 O. G. Waffle Co. 55.28 Lucia Wallace 66.00 Webster Pub. Co. 24.49 W. M. Welch 161.07 Phone J4o-w or come and see me at 705 E. Elm. Al- Kona, la. 26«-SS Turning old pieces into new ones with LOWE BROTHERS QUICK-DRYING ENAMEL it a thrifty pastime; There are many colors la Quick-Drying Enamel from which to choose. You'll find dozens of uses for these cheery colors—on woodwork, furniture, toys, glassware, metal- work, pottery, and plaster,, Qoick-Orying Enamel dries to quickly that you can use the finished pieces in a few , bourn Come la «nd get a free copy of "Practical Hints on Painting and Decorating.'; F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa o U'A i i i r SINCE I. 869 Yes Sir! We Have The Bargains In USED CARS Sold 15 Here Last Week '^^'^"•^^^••"••^'••^^"^""••"•••^^.^^^^••••••••i HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY Qur R. & G. (renewed and guaranteed), and Square Deal Value Used Cars are Honestly Reconditioned, and put in shape for thousands of miles of service, and are sold on a money-back guarantee. Co. ... 13.04 6.50 West Disinfecting Went Pub. Co. --Doris White 1170.00 H. N. White Co 112.00 Don White Grocery 6.32 Hattlc Wilson 1345.50 H. W. Wilson ,»0 John C. Winstop Co. 105.39 Dtlgreu Woito 425.00 Woodstock Typewriter Co. 175.00 World Book Co. 13.87 B. H. Wray 9.00 Young America 4.80 Florence Youug 1192.50 A thoroughly reconditioned Used Car bought at Kent's costs no more than one which hs>s not been put in A-l shape. Buy here and save on the purchase price in months to come. We offer exceptionally easy terms. A Few Of Our Many Specials 1936 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford Fordor 1936FordCoach 1933 Plymouth Coach 1929 Ford Coupe $70 1929 Chevrolet Coach _tW 1928 Chevrolet Coupe - .$80 1929 Hudson $76 1927 Chevrolet Coach ___$35 AKD 35 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM KENT MOTOR Co. Total (General) -76970.67 SALES SERVICE Watch For Baldwin's I.G. A. Specials Friday '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ llllll * n * l ** l ****'^^*^^I^^EEEMM^ ^r

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