The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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for Aalfs— Ralph Miedke a one o'clock luncheon at tru Hotel Algona, last week Mondav afternoon, honoring Mrs. Cliff Aalft. Bridge was the -• * afternoon. The Rev. Marriage— Alexander English. —..V.*.. *^ll|lllall, Presbyterian minister, performed the marriage ceremony Thursday at two o'clock at hip Elp|%Hon — P. O. election o a Floyd Saunders were the other guests. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan entertain- Tllp . . . ed at a 7 o'clock dinner at the nfTic e™ was held at the home o Blue Room of the Hotel Algona RIIn Thompson. Wednesday after Friday evening, in honor of Mr. and nonn - Mrs - T -- A. Copp was elected Mrs. Aalfs. Covers were laid for P rps ident: Mrs. C. H. Cretzmever 36. Guests included Mr. and Mrs Vlro President: ATrs. M. O. Norton *;•« , k° renz - Mr - nnd Mrs. H. L "eordinsr secretary: Mrs. «. W Alccorkle, Dr. and Mrs. W. D. And- stl "m n n. corresponding secretary jews Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pearson. * rr '!; J - A - Harig. treasurer; Mrs Don White and Audra Benton. Mrs. " n Hutchfns. chaplain, and Mrs J-i. L,. McCorkle won the women's H ' R Cowan, guard. Mrs. H R nigh prize at bridge, and W A " OVVfm 's the retiring president Lorenz, the men's high. ' M M r S ' w^° yd Saunders nnd Mrs. "inner-Bridge— LaBarre Dreyer-Meycr Nuptial*— . £, , p ?,. tty church wedding was held in the Trinity Lutheran church Friday afternoon, when Leona Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer of Alg-ona. became the bride of Alfred Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer of WhC- temore. The double ring ceremony was read at two o'clock by Rev P. J. Braner. The bride was attended by her sister, Marie Dreyer, and Gertrude Meyer, sister of the bridegroom. The bride wore a white satin bias cut dress with a lace yoke and a floor length veil that was caught to her hair in cap- fashion with sede pearls forming a halo effect about the face Her costume was complete with three- quarter length gloves and an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill roses nnd fresias. Lawrence and William Meyer attended the groom. A three course wedding dinner was served to 55 friends nnd relatives of the immediate famines Inte in the nfternoon at the home of the bride's parents. The tables were decorated in the bridal colors of yellow nnd green and white with flowers and tapers. A wedding cnke formed the centerpiece of thp >ridal cnke. Following n brief wedding trip the young couple will be at home on the Herman Meyer fnrm. lelping Hnnd Society- All of the former officers wer eelected nt the annual election o fficrrs of (he Helping Hnnd so eiety of the Presbyterinn entire at (ho election held at the churc Thos. Blain of Wesley, a Mason 64 Years, Feted TheMan About Town Say* birthday ninner-Party— . - ........... ^ u ,. . e curc Mf-rntt. Mrs. Mcrritt received the Thursday afternoon. Thp follow •"' hi eh score prize for women at women hold office- Mrs Fre . < --.. i-u.n^n ***•!«-. • »•*•»! ''iint.. JM f-fi. r rr inilge. and Chet Williams received Pnrlt - president: M>s. Frank Shilts «t her home. Thursday evening >.> .. " ' lpr D| rthday and th birthday of Dr. H. M. Olson. Th Riiests were Mr. and Mrs W C A??£ rV r ' /I"' 1 Mrs ' Burdett Agard Dorothy Davis of Min neapolis. p. A. Danson and Mi's M. Olson. Dr. H. M. Olson rece.v ed the men's high prize at contrac andI Mrs. H. M. Olson the woman's high score prize. Mrs. W. C Ire- Ian received the second high prlz, Dr. Olson nnd Mrs. Dnnson wem presented with n gift nt Roberts— tpMr j n " d Mr -"- VValter Roberts en- nnrtv Th ^ S6Ven °' elock dinn "r Party. Thursday evening. Covers were laid for eight. Mr,,,dMr™ Birthday Surprise Mrs. Walter Klnmp entertained nt n seven o'clock dinner nnd honor of her h Saturday tnd Mrs. A Burt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Conrnd Herman, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm Dcli- nert. first vicp president; Mrs. C F Specht. second vice president: Mrs O. C. Barton, secretary, and Mrs Rudy Gmicrinn. treasurer. Afte Service English IxMiten cnslty. Mrs. Frank Shilts and'Mrs L. R. RfcWhorter. I'otiblc Birthdays- Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Peterson entertained At a Sunday dinner at ' , R T , V, e . ntCn sorvi "- s wi " hp "'alburn* ''onoringe sfth birth 7 P -n ""tT"^''.'." 0 ;""?' "•' nl " !J nl dn >' ° f Mr - Peterson and the s'th , Vv P T rrimty Li, henri church, birthday of E. p. Keith. The men Lev. P. .1. Brnner will preach. celebrate their birthdavs , n J>hlr Thomas Blain of Wesley a member of the Masonic lodge for 64 years, was honored at ceremonies held by the Marengo. Iowa, lodge, recently. Mr. Blain was formerly a worshipful master of the Marengo lodge, .some 50 years ago. Today. hn!e and hearty at the age of 89. Mr. Blain is making his home with his son, John Blain. a mile east and half mile north of Sexton. Mrs. Chris Jensen, four miles west of Algona. James Blain. living with John, and Thomas Blain. living in Minnesota, are other children. Mr. Blain is native of Scotland nnd of the sh're in which the poet. Bobhv Burns, was born He is familiar with the many places made famous by Burn's in his poetry, nnd has the remarkable memory that enables him to rerite two somewhat lengthy poems penned by the famous Scotch poet. And after fi» years of membership. Mr. Blain attends every possible meeting of the lodge. A pOAtcard addre*sed, "To Algona's Greatest Gambler,' 'Algona, Iowa, was promptly delivered yesterday morning:. Coming up from Ames It carried an Invitation to make a bet against the Ames high school in the state tournament. * * * Beautiful colored Howers at the Greenhouse turned white. Not from a scare but because the sulphui leaking from the cooling system was inhaled into the veins of the plants. • * * Servlcp clubs note. What better testimonial could be given our battered and bruised basketball team than to send it as spectators to Des Moines this week end? TTust as the community will long remember their far reaching victories so will the players have lasting memories of their first state tourney. Ellen Wltharh; reading, Irene Bjustrom; song. Jacqueline Lowmfln: reading, Alice Ditsworth; piano duets by Bernice Jensen and Gladys Elsenbarth. A cowboy act of singing and dancing was put on by Rose Sabin, Eula Rich, Clara Drayton, Iva Witham and Mabel Ehr hardt, accompanied at the piano by Evelyn McNeil. An all day meeting was planned for this week on Thursday at the Etna Mitchells. [ The Union No. 7 P. T. A held a I meeting at the Noble Mitchell home last Friday evening. An oyster stew was the main feature of the [ evening. Mrs. Austin Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vlning and daughter, Harriet | Frances, were at the Howard With- , am home Sunday. TIRES Trade In Your Old Tires on New Ones We will allow $10.00 for your old 32x6 tire on a new one. Lotts Creek News I.oyal Class celebrate their birthdays together every year. Covers were laid for 12. Guests included Rpv. nnd Mrs The Baptist Loyal class will r.ieet Cj e0rKe Vance ' Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. . Thursday afternoon nt the church . Jolln Crowell. Mrs. . . fostesscs arc Mesdamcs Samson, c ' ab riel. Henry Wadsworth. Mrs Irlgens. Presnell and Miner. *•••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••••••••fj GOOD NEWS! a Mrs. Dai ley returns Tlmrsday fi'oin the annual Beauty Trad'r Show. Jt'ST IX TIME for hair-do. vour new for an appointment for a new coiffure and permanent Marigold Shoppes Phone 803 . Over Council Oak 1 '^^^^HBH^^^M^Ml^^V^HHHj^^^^H Have You Money To Invest? 4% mgs 1 , 8 ? n<i -?'' 1VinBS nccount " >>ave always receive,! v "^ Asswi " U ""- A »>' "mount Marls a No Shares to Buy— No F.-cs to I',,y Our's'iv^ C01 ' tl ' ni °, llS 8crvire to Investors ami' home owner.. uur saving, certificates are tux exempt. Safety of Your Investment Insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. AMPI.K Fl'NDS FOR BULGING. REMODELING. IM R ' CHASING AND REFINANCING OF HOMES. APPROVED F. H. A. REPRESENTATIVE Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association Allen and Mrs.'jessie Dalziel. Entertain LiiVerne Women Mrs. Hugh Colwell and Mrs. John Wmlleigh wore co-hostesses to the members of the LuVerne Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church. Wednesday afternoon. There were 40 women in attendance. A business meeting and social hour were followed by a luncheon served by the hostesses. Mrs. Wadleigh is a member of this group, and Mrs. Colwell wns formerly a member. O. E. &— """"" . », of the Eastern Star . _ . /evening at the Masonic temple. A lunch was served by the committee following the meeting. Mrs. W. A Foster was chairman of ^SS^f^z SttK Qhnr M w °' ?Y LaBarre . Mr »- Glen r-!«° „ £! - John """""Pson, Mrs. Clarence Stewart, and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall. Foreign Mission Society— Mrs. W. A. Vigars will ent.-rtain the members of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society at her honv Ihursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. O B 1 'ini" Mrs. W. H. Rnchney. Mrs. Tlnm-i's Kcniis. Mrs. Al Spongber-j and Mrs. C. L. Johnson. The president Mrs. K. A (Jenrich, is in diar-c of I lie program. Has H.-)tli Birthday— K P. Keith celebrated his SIHh birthday. Sunday. Saturday night his family gathered at his home for a social evening. Bridge and bingo were played and a delicious lunch was served. Mr. Keith is very well and active at his age. and his many friends will wish him many happy returns of the day Announced— The wedding of Donnbc-1 Simpson, daughter of Rev. and Mr* D M. Simpson of p nc anonfni. and Robert R. Richardson of Burlinn-- ton. son of Afr. and Mrs. K G Richardson of Algona will take place Saturday. The couple will live at Burlington. Friendly N'j nP nub- Mrs. B. H. Porter was hostes-, Friday to the members of fh* Friendly Nine club. Bridge wa- the diversion of the nfternoon with Mrs. Elliott Skilling winning the high prize, and Mrs. Eugene Huber the consolation prize. Neighborhood Party— Mrs. Joe Paxson entertained nt two tables of bridge at a neighborhood party. Saturday afternoon Mrs. DP. Smith won the high score prize. A six o'clock dinner wns served by the hostess. Conservation Dinner— The local unit of the Conservation ...... . at A hunting Jimmy Neville went after a safe cracker. No spoils were the object. Jimmy's cash register jammed and jimmies were used to pry it open. It wasn't bills from a big day that caused the worry but a key ring with home and stori> keys upon It. • • • The Algnna hand has more than 700 pieces of music in its library with each piece complete for all in struments. Many of these cost four dollars ranging down to the lowest of one dollar. The band purchased new chairs and music racks last rummer. These expenses are paid for out of the small allottment from taxes appropriated for the band M-,. unity the boys have enough left to have an annual "Dutch lunch " • • « Kay Sotchcll was an interesting visitor to the recent Amateur figh's at Des Moines. It will be remembered that Kay went into the rins on three occasions a few years back Lotts Creek: A surprise party | wns held nt the Otto Wiehtendnhl home Thursday night to help them celebrate their 30th wedding nnniv- j ersary. Those present were- M> nnd Mrs. Albert Wittcopf. Mr. nnd I Mrs. Car! Zumach. Mr. nnd Mr*. A. L. .Tnckmnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugo -'I Faulstirh. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert ~ Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. N. Genfler. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Luedtke. Mr nnd Mrs. Wm. Boettcher. Mr. nnd _ Mrs. Richnrd Potrntz. Mr. nnd Mrs IIP Kenneth Bollinger. Mr. nnd Mr- Wilmer Wiehtendnhl. Mr. nnd Mr«. August Pinhn. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Schnllin. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Martir Meyer. Five hundred was plnvrv? at five tables. Wm. Bor-ttcher wo- S high for men. Mrs. Fid Kncker hi<r'' HI for the ladies nnd John Schnllin rp- H= ceived travel prize. An enioynhi,. IE time was had. Mr. nnd Mrs EH HI Kucker nnd Mr. anrl Mrs. Herman IIP Reiscner also attended. Sampson Tire Ser vice ALGONA, IOWA 10-1! . at the Hope church .n Union t 0 wn S h,rwSdne7day eve"/ ' Phone 55 C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y-Treas 10 and 12 Tuesday and Wednesday, March 89 Shows from one o'clock daily Jimmy Ail Shots of La, Ansel,-.,, (alif., rio,,d» Thurs. Fri., March 10 11 Saturday, March 12 It cun't he matched ME BUILT CASTLES in tb« Att AIsu News Heury King Orchestra "VI hut I'rict- Saf«-t>" Sunday- Monday, March 13 14 Joail Crawford and Si>eiieer l>a<-> iu "MANNEQUIN" Plus Audioakopica colore4 glaabes in Looby (ioldeii Wedding— Mr. and Mrs Walter Will attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Will's parents, Mr and Mrs. Conrad I,enz. at Austin' Minn , last week Saturday There were 80 guests at the U-nz home f'-r dinner, coming from UjVerne I"«.-a. parts of Illinois, and Rockwell C'ity, Iowa Eu»y Are*— Mrs. F j r.aing entertained her (• asy Are bridge «luh fit her home Ihursday afternoon. Mrs. I M uin I.vnlf won the high score prize. Mrs Urn. f Jeering the .second prize, and ,,','"' , r " '"'''•'' Wt '"' '" Mrs Klmcr 1 Inllip, Mrs Ham Smith w.,v a of the ( luh. O. A. K.— Tile 1). A. R. will meet today ' lueadayi for a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs W K. Ferguson's home tor a business meetings. Covers are to he laid for U. W. V. Butler will speak on his experiences in Af- Lutheran Confereno<«— The Sunday School teachers of the Luther in churches of the Algona (ircuit. will meet next Sunday r.ft- ' " '" "' clork ln the A ' 1 « on « H Lutheran church Riverdale Club Officers Elected Irvington ly H.Hir rl bt ' r Barker as tho The Riverdal.. Friend- b was entertained bv rwmcrt Schoby last Wednes'"•iy. nio afternoon was spent at election of officers for the ensuing year which are: Mrs. Opal Barker president; Mrs. \V m . Metzen vico president; and Agatha Thilges secretary-treasurer. The next regular meeting will be at the Fern Barker home with Mrs. hostess. I-H f'luh M " R; "P'i Brown, club leader of tne ( resco 4-H club girls, entertained them at their regular March meeting at her home lant Saturday. The program consisted of a talk on "The Correct Way of Hanging a Picture," Zelda Long; Stella " 'liscuused "The Care of the Mia Harr gave interesting i "Winter Conditioning of i". and Lois Barr concluded the program by a talk on ap- propnatc framing of pictures and a " ' recent training school with the well known fight prorrnt. nnd referee. Pinkie George. Wei Kay can tell the results better trri an attempt here. U'onder when the scientists an manufacturers will find somethin for using the surplus oats beside baby foods? Horses are gone iiu soy beans are crowding Into dalrv rations. • * • Local tcrpslchorcanx saw a mod ern version of the famed story of Nero fiddling while Rome burned at the Armory In Fort Dodge Sundav night. Belching smoke slithered throughout the hall engulfing big applers. Announcing to the revelers to take their time and not crowd. Little Jo Hart led his band in pacifying strains until safety ruled qn an emptying of the floor. " Living near the state park is no joke for the farmer with n crib full of corn. Raids by squirrels over the winter are costly. One farmer estimates a loss of 25 bushels of corn In this manner. Friday Superviior Praw-r's car xvas rammed. Saturday he with Mc- IJonald had business at LuVerne Mac didn't trust Fraser's ability at driving and convinced him it was safer in the McDonald car. Before HIP trip was completed, however McDonald's car and the two men were seen climbing out of a ditch. An right year old lad goes to tin- Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Rusch. S Mrs. Wm. Rusch. Jr.. nnrt Mr Frank Schattschneider of Whitt more were Wednesday afternoo rnllers nt the !Vick Gengler home. Arnold Meyer nnd enn returned Mnmltv sister. from ester, where Wm. Meyer and Mr Art Krrssin are taking trentmr>n The latter are remaining for fur ther medical attention. SEXTOW NEWS The Carl Paetz family is drivin ji new Buick car purchased recent- The W. J. Green children have nil neen quite sick this week with the flu. The Dale Thompsons were visitors in Garner Thursday. Dale at- ending n sale there. Edith Greenfield spent Friday at he Dale Thompsons assisting Mrs Thompson with her work. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond are he parents of an 8 pound baby gir lorn Wednesday morning. The Hammonds have one other child n oy. The Hammonds just moved onto the farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy. l''RESH FOR SPRING DAYS gj Collect all your old, sjM.tted, soiled clothes and ^ I+I i — --^•-••••••'<»»»''iin,.-cimi H scml them to the Modern for rejuvenation H Remember, we are equipped fo do all kinds o H and relining, also alteration work m iM-ee moth proofing on /woolen garments cleaned a mispressed here. Modern Dry Cleaners We Deliver S-iturday nights at the Iowa i-ir,.. He customarily remain! for two shows. Bob Lnrson rnee the hoy. huvs him a candy bar or a »nrla anil then asks ahnut the show. As per habit Patur.lav ni-hf \y:is no exception nnd Bob learned hat tho second show had th horses as th- first hut thcv gf> so fast a, they ivi-rc uvll . Win m tertalned Art Stueber and Edit, Greenfield at supper Thursday eve ning. After supper a number o the young folks of the commun ity came in for a surprise on Art who is leaving soon for Grlnnell lov-a. The evening was spent a games, after which refreshment were served. Art worked durin- the past years for the W. C Tav lors. * e «.i m didn't facts the S, Basket Social— A basket social will be held Friday. March 11. at the Ramsey school district No. 7. six miles east and one and one half miles south of Bancroft at 7:30 p. m. Marjorie Turner is the teacher. Everyone Is invited. on ap- rnmg or picture, report on the U i i -^ " ' -•-- »*.»li,*l|c nvlltjljl held at Bancroft The r-irls brought Hieir record hooks and these were re-checked. The next meeting will be hc-l.i with Ella Mae Harr. At each club meeting special practice is aNo niven to the music contest New Babies at St. Joe Baptized St. .Joe: The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R H | ph Reding was w Stp : In ; st I' h 's church.'' SporiHo'rs _ ,j *i*Ji!iy oetn Merge n und Alfred Reding 1 . The infant daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. Frank Reding was baptized Carole Ann in St. J Me ,,h'» church last Sunday. Sponsors were Marcine .>orman and Irwin Weylert. Ill at Sioux City Alvin Krpeldins. oldest son Peter Krpelding, underwent an eration for appendiciti memory . •Sunday at the home. To Celebrule Rirlhtitty— Mitxine Cibson, little daughter of Mrs. H R. Gibson, will be , ars «M Friday. Her moth- I'r four y er will IjojHjr the occasion by in- vitin- >everul of Maxine's friend.'i to her home for un afternoon par- ly. »• ta Sigma 1'l.i— Member., of the B t .|t, Sigma f> n j .•lurority will hold a regular meeting .mh Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen at her lionie. next week Tuesday evening. Kclx kalii to Aleet — A regular meeting of the Rebckah ..... lod 4<: will be held Tuesday evening the Legion hiill There will be »n practice. Meet in Union LTnion: A committee meeting is called by R. A. Harvey as chairman lor the men's dinner to be held next week at at Good Hope church. Men on the committee are Louis Lowman, Tom Read, Claude Seely. Roy barchett, Jena Sorenaon, Wm. Dodds Mrs. Agnes Seeley of plum Creek township visited last week at the home of her brother. A ,J Browi Mr. and Mrs. Je.sse an Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz visile '"rental Ray File Harold Feltor. son of Mrs Edw Ditsworth, left last Monday (a weel «go> for Walworth. Wi.s. wher he has secured employment on a dairy farm. J A. Maasdam was pleasantlv surprised last Wednesday evening when Mrs. Maasdam entertaine< some of their friends at dinner in honor of Mr. Maasdam's birthday Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barr enter tamed Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber of Bancroft at dinner Sunday, hon (irniK their daughter. Lois, whose 17th birthday occurred on that date The Victor Rochleaus moved last week to the old Robert Stewart farm vacated by the Joe Kramer family, who in turn went to their farm west of Algona. which they i ha.sed lust full. Margaret Mulligan visited her mother. Mrs Pat Mulligan at Bancroft over the week end Paul Mulligan, brother of Margaret, is at present going through the clinic at Iowa City for a general health check-up. He has not been well for some time. The Hurley Hansens have moved from the old Ferguson farm to the place vacated by the Dunlaps. In making a correction regarding the George Rickes moving, it should have been George'* brother who moved from the Greg Studer farm to a place n«arer St Benedict The George Ricke family are still living on the o!d Hammer place. "on at op,-,., 'i -•• "I.T MI oioux C y. Piiesday. Mr. Krpelding „„„ »on (.Ir.renc... drove to Sioux -"ttv on Wednesday. Alvin is aif-i,],,,. Trinity College in Sjoux City " Father Ives of Sioux Citv pres- fnted a movie in St. Joseph's hall i ue-iday evening. On Tuesday, March 8th. Hours Adoration in St < atholic church was held. Mrs. George Becker, a p.-itj.-nt tl p-tst week in the Kossuth h , ;(, in Algona. returned home t'- f, r of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B^rtc ar the parents of a boy born la.,- week They now have a family of tw f boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann o Algona, were callers with Mr Fuhrmann's mother. Mrs. Jake Fuhrmann in St. Jos Thursday Peter Thilges of Algona. a form er farmer northwest of St Joe is a patient in the Kossuth hospita where he in aufferinz fmm .n., Mike Pfcffer. Sr,. received won that his brother-in-law, who operates a butcher shop in Fort Dodg- was in tho Mercy hospital ther" with infection in his hand nnd arm after havintr his thumb nearly cut off in an rlortric meat saw The doctors grafted his thumb back on nnd now he is suffering with in frction and has eight tubes in his arm to drain out poison. Mr. Pfcf- fer left immediately for Fort Dodge, and will remain with his sister until his brother-in-law has recovered. Cattle Thefts Reported Several cattle thefts from northwest Kossuth county have been reported at the sheriff's office here Haisman Bros, of Eagle township report theft of several head of cut- tle and other instances of similar thefts have been reported. MODERN NEW PLUMBING FIXTURES FOR QUICK RESULTS-USE THE WANT ADS bete the ankle, week. Mr.s. uffering from foot ' J" st ab °v amputated thti P'is Ralph Reding and infant daughter. Norma Jean, came home from the McCreery hospital Whittemore. Thursday. Dorothy Mer- Ken from Whittemore, sister of Mrs Reding, is attending to household 4 Corner* Club Met at Jensens Four Corners: The Four Corners ° th ^f» and Daughters club met a«t Thursday with Mrs. Chris Jensen with 47 present. \ _ vocal solo was sung by Lucille Kich accompanied at the piano bv velyn McNeil. An amateur con- est was held by Susie Witham, Iva Witham and Ruth Harlan, the committee. A recitation waa given by TYPICAL we're Offering During National Used Car Exchange Week 1937 Ford Fordor Sedan Blue Color, clean, $COC low mileage, spec «'««' 1934 Chev. Coach, reconditioned, S |»e. 275 1933 Ford Tudor Black, with heater com. ivconditione* 'i $ 240 1937 Ford Deluxe Cflub Heater, defroster green color _ _____ reeondi- $OAA tinned, this week . «HAl 1929 Chevrolet Coach, runs ;? ood, Fo«J Tudor, with a honey of at _ 1929 Ohev. Coach, now paint, — . extra special $56.00 *90 JHT MOTOR CO. Sales Service

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