The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1938 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1938
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Seneca Senior Class To Present Play Semca: The senior class members tot the Seneca high school are busy practicing their class play, entitled "The Orchid Limousine," a high powered motor mystery In three speeds to be given in the Seneca school gymnasium Thursday and Friday evenings, May 5th and 6th. "The cast of the play Is as follow*: Mrs. Felicia Fisher, who rules the roost, Florence Jensen; Cuthbert Fisher, her weaker half, Kenneth Bolllg; Faith Lloyd, their young ward, Margaret Wolf; Malvina Meachen, who writes novels, Maxine Cody; Kitty Burton, a young flapper, Kathaleen Kennedy; Goby 'de Fleur, a French maid, Margaret Lentsch; Grace Groves, shy and demure, Gladys Dotson; Flora Slater, a sob sister, Fern Skow; Perry Ames, who administers gas, Vernon Dotson; Titus Terro, who drives the Orchid Limousin, Merton Me Kean; .Joe Doe, a victim of circumstance, Gall Dotson; Brian Waltbn, police inspector,, James Johnson. The entire action of the play- takes place during 24 hours in the library and on the second floor of the Fisher household In the suburb of a large eastern city. Sim. Elmer carr of Marselllew, Illinois, arrived Wednesday for a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carr. The former Is R E. Carr's mother. The Algona Upper Des Molnes, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1938 Mr*. Julia Benson returned from St. Charles, Minn., Thursday where she had been helping her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld, get nettled In her new home. Mr. and Mrs. Brad- fleld recently moved to St. Charles from Austin. Livennore News Elizabeth Sweeney of Iowa City, who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley and daughters drove to Mllford Sunday to help celebrate the birthday of the mother of Mrs. Conley, Mrs. P. W. Thelan. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McEntaffer who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tlllson, returned to their home at Elgin, and accompanied the SchaefTers, back. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Schaeffer of Batavia, 111., who have been spending several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger, left Friday for their home. John Robbing of this place received word Saturday of the serious Illness of his brother, C. H. Bobbins of Hopklnton. Mr. Bobbins left the same evening to be with his brother. • Lucile Marao, who has been spending a couple of weeks here In the Altman and Marso homes, left Friday for her home at DeSmet, S. D. Her father, who has been a patient In the hospital at Huron for several weeks, Is able to return to his home. He Is well known here being Joseph Marso, and the son of Mrs. M. Marso of this place. Mrs. Archie Wilson and Mrs. Henry Swnnson were in Fort Dodge Thursday, and called at the Lutheran hospital to visit Mrs. Horace Schwenck, who is a patient there, following an appendicitis operation. Mrs. Schwenck is getting along nicely. Little Helen Beardsley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Beardsley is also a patient there, with an ear Infection. Considerable redecorating has been done at the Donovan funeral home during the past week, that has added greatly to its appearance. Maroon shades, pretty drapes, other interior decorating, and a fresh coat of paint on the exterior are among the Improvements. Mr. Donovan has also had his furniture store building newly painted. Rewrites Of News From Last Thundiy', Kottuth County'Advance DR. CHARLES ALEXANDER, 37, Laurens, suffered a concussion of the brain, Tuesday night, when an ambulance he was driving crashed off the grade near St. Joe. He was alone in the ambulance, and was enroute home after taking a patient to Rochester, Minn. Pass- Ing motorists investigated, and found the Laurens man unconscious In the car. He was brought to the Kossuth hospital, and is in a ^^«__ ' BrownelPs Specials for Silver Our Regular 59c Hose Full fashioned, all pure silk .Special r f or 1.00 Hand Bag A wonderful and complete assortment of ladies' new spring hafjs in all colors and styles. Your choice at 1.00 White Sandals About 75 pair — leather and canvas — all leather soles. A good chance to stock up for summer. Your choice too Brownell Shoe Co. SHOES HOSIERY BAGS serious condition. Belief Is that he fell asleep at the wheel. » » • THE CITY OF ALGONA officially authorized purchase of a new Diesel engine for the-power plant, at a meeting last Monday night. Price is some $61,000. A smaller engine will be traded In on the deal. A new ordinance regulating taxicabs was also passed, requiring a $10 license fee and approved insurance. The council plans meetings twice a month for the f>ext few months. Ralph Valentine, former night marshal, also appeared before the council and gave a talk concerning his dismissal from the force. • * • FIRE INSPECTION of Algona business places was being made by Oscar Anderson, fire chief. In one attic he discovered about a half bushel of straw, brought in by birds, and in a basement was found cartons and paper dumped so as to constitute a serious fire hazard. • * • A WPA LANDSCAPING project, which will include erection of a new band shell, will be the aim of city groups, after a conference with W. R. French of Des Moines, member of the state planning board, Tuesday of last week. The Dodge street road to the pool and park may be closed under the plan, but a large parking area would be provided, many benches upon which to sit and toilet facilities made available. French took a blue print of the area back to Des Moines with him, and the project will now be drawn up for presentation to WPA authorities by the city council. • * * MR. AND AIRS. HAROLD Lauber, Hlbbing, Minn., have arrived, here and are now at the Algona Country Club, where they will be custodians, and Mr. Lauber will act as golf professional. Social committee for the season named Includes Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, chairman, Mesdames T. H. Chrlschilles. D. E. Dewel, Harold Cowan and G. W. Stlllman. The house committee includes H. B. White, Mrs. Ora Larson and C. S. Pearson. • • • JUSTICE COURT CASES: Martin Griese, Burt, fined $5 and $2 costs, overload on truck. Harry Ramse, same fine, same charge. Chester Nelson, Algona, ,$5 and $2 costs, no chauffeur's licenses, and truck overload. S. M. Nlelson, of Humboldt, charged with driving with 1937 licenses on car. • • • ED HINZ, farm hand near Algona, charged with drunken driving, was sentenced to 90 days in county jail by Judge George A. Heald, Emmetsburg, Tuesday, and began serving his sentence immediately. Details of the case were printed in last week's Algona Upper Des Moines. • » • VERNON NELSON was elected captain of the Academy basketball team. Letters were awarded to Captain-elect Nelson, Captain Leonard Selpman, Wm. Bcstenlehner. Vincent Esser, Wilbur Courtney, Archie Elbert, Kenneth Hargreaves and Rodney Gilbride. • » • IRENE NORRIS, daughter of Mrs. Frank Norris, Seneca, was married Sunday at Burt in the Presbyterian manse, to Otha Cook, Churchville, Va. • * m FIRE DAMAGED the A. F. Carter residence, Burt, Sunday, last week. Cause Is unknown. Roof damage was the result. R. F. Donovan, Algona, owns the houss. • • • J. M. PATTERSON, prominent farmer from south of Algona is reported improved but weak, after *. siege of systematic poisoning. • * • CALVIN BODE, Algona, son of of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode of Plum Creek and Regina Lenertz, St. Joe, became man and wife in a pretty church wedding performed by Rev. Fr. Theobald at St Joseph's church. Floyd Bode, brother of the groom was best man, al the ceremony which took place lasl Wednesday. That evening, a wedding dance followed a reception and some 230 dance invitations were Issued. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lenertz. St. Joe farmers. The couple will live on a farm two miles east of Algona, on No. 18, the old Keen place. • # fc MARJORIE HUSKAMP, Fenton daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp, became the bride of J, Marshall Seglln, Chicago, at the home of her parents, Monday of last week. The bride has been employed by a Chicago advertising firm, and the groom is a lawyer. The honeymoon trip will take the couple to Texas, after which they will live at Hammond, Ind BOARD PROCEEDINGS AfDITOU'S OFFICE. MAIK.'H 22. !»:«. 1:30 I' M. Ilourd uf HupervlHora imt imritiinnt with nil members yer and \Velr. and C. H. Johnson, Humboldt County Auditor, and K 8. Kin»ey, Koxsutli County Auditor. to adjournment present. Motion by Congrove mid He.-oniied bf enter tuat waled blila <.,i •ouu-ele pipe, metal pipe, and lumber bv iiieil pipe, metal pipe aud lumber to be lined In county for 11*38 be opened and read. Aye»: All. Motion by Morris and M>.-on:led by Mgrore Unit Wheeler Lumber Co. be awHrdmlt.-ontrai.-t for lumber for W;is. Motion by McDonald and seconded Ayes: All. | by Hoffman that a committee tom- Motlou by Helken .ami qe.-nnded by | posed of tjie two County Auditor*. Motion made and seconded that Boothroyd act as Chairman, and tliat C. H. Johnsor, Humboldt County Auditor, act as Secretary of the meetlnK. Ayes: all. The inlnutPB of the lant Joint meeting were read and on motion by Helken and Keconded by \Velr. and vote, the minutes were approved. The written objections to the re- asst-Hsment were read Fram-r that L'oni-rete 1' ' <-.. Iluniholilt, Iowa, be awarded i-untnn t for JOOO ft. i-eiiient culrertn. Ay ft: All. Motion by Frai-nr and »e.-om!ed by Ilelkeu tbat the Wlilttemore riia|.in- liiii we awarded the r-ontnn-t fur UVUi court bar docket. Ayen: All. Motion by Congrove and iwconded by Morrlii that the Tlt»ii<<i Tool.- be •warded contract to furnUu JOO financial utatementB and 130 envelop**. Ay*«: All. Motion by Praxr. and wooaded br clken that tlir Klatier Mnunfa«'tnr- Inir Co., of Dubuque he awarded i-ontrart for 'JOW ft. of metal iiilvert |ii|.e. Aye»: All. Motion bv I'o-tfrove inn! w» -on.led by MnrrlH Mint Kram-r be appointed , In liuike nei e.s-ary rennlr.-- mi Iiraln ' \o. !l; X... l.MJ; ,,,,,| ||. K. j,. Xo. All. by M"i-rN and - mil',I l.y I i the two lir.ilnaifc Kngineern, and the two Drainage Attorney* of Kos• uth and Humboldt Counties be appointed to InveBtlKiite tl.e re-ncBenfi- mt'iit and make a report to the Julnt Hoard* on April 2fi. 19.TH. nrd that E. H. Klntiey. KoKftllth County Auditor, be appointed chnliman of said committee. Aye*: all. Motion by Morrl* and xeconded by Congrove tbat thin meeting now O. II. JOHNSON. Secretary. W. W. BOOTHROYD, Olialrinan. Auditor's Office Allf.-ilia. Iowa' April li. 1 — •Jllnt I,-." <•( tin; *.irv All. Million by Fraser and -P-.-MII.|I-,| bv .\lvrrl> di.-ii tin- rulloM-liii; iv-ojutiou In- iiibiptcd : Ite.iilreil. ('hut 'the I : li»l|-Iii:,n uf tlj<- Itiianl of Sui>ervl>or» of Ko» until <-oiinty, luwa. ;incl the ci.nii. ly aiidlior urc i|lr.-.-t..,| n, e lH ute and deliver a (Jlill Clallil llee.l 'to Carl J-:. MHIIIIMHI ||,,. : l-:««t Half of the Nurtliea»t Quarter (Kl/J Nl-:i/li of *,-- lloll .S|XI..,.|| I|IM ToHllnlii|, Ninety-four ('.Mi North .,f HaiitfH 'I'weiily ,-itflit i^'M. Ko*. i-lllll County, lima. f"T the plirpo»e of nerffctlnv Title. Ayes: All. Xuye»: None. Said Ki-»ol Itl.ill Is adopted tbln 2-'ud lay of Man-li. I»:IH. \v. K MI-IIOXAM> Ch.'lirili;!!! K. S. KINSKV County Auditor Mollou by Morrlt ami »,-i "jj,l,..l l»v Ili-lken that the I'.Kll! |i»ir tux c-li.-iri;eil lltalll»t N. \V. Codferhiill. Ililrt. 111... «• abated. Aye*: All. Motion by Morrl., and >. l.-.l by 'o»«n,H' thut tin- follouliiK ti,in^f,-r« !>*• uiiidf from the vnrli'ii.-, lu-iilny«« l>i»lrirt, n, tl,,. j-Lia-ral i-nunty fur r» per rlleui for th»? year I'.i'iT: llrulii No. No. No. No. No. N'n Amount t it Tk* cMc* b Miilv mtdt. Tlw Andrcwi Hotd if ilttMtad io tk* e«nUr of th« dowitowi Jbtricl- « f*w ttcpt to siiapi Md MMtMMMtl. GuMt* we «lw«y« com- (orUU* In pi«M«M, homclik* room*, pctbtofl food for bfMkf***, kinchcoa •ad dtMu-twvad in the Coffee '•Us in rMM««U«. Nn. S.-. No. l« No. Ill No. (15 No. 10.'. No till No. No. No. Xo. No. No No. No. Trl. . Nil Tri. m No. Trl. 1 Total Motioli by MorrU that . . 8.55 l-i.l.'i llt.'lO 1.10 Ittl 1HO H. K. L' .. I 1 . A. K.I K. I.(M) ."..I1O rill . '.".KJO adjuurii. Frailer ami wi-oiided by there belu< jm further at thin time the Board Ayes: All. K. S. KINSKV County Aii'Htor Audltor'ii Office April «tli ]!);;>, 4:4o v. M of Supt-rvi.s adjournment with ill Mull.m bv Krus,-r and *,.-.-,„:.) I.,- Hi-ikt-n Ihut U M Smith. iVjnutv KilKlm-i-r. )«• railed tipnn t,, |,>..|< • i'« 1.1'H'ti* on SiM.-uiidary OI-UVL-I li' Id-li-li is Aye«: ull. iiiollon H,..anl 'idjuiiri .-.I !-i ( lil ?C. 1938. K. S. KINSKV CoilPtv \,,,Il!.i|Auditor's Odfii-u Aljtona. IUA-.I Air'l 6. !».;> H -K Joint Dr.-iln No 2 — The Boards of Supul vls,.m of Kosit« a«J ffumbuMt countk-s uu;t In lit setiiluu at 2:00 o'clock I 1 M. on Vprll 6 1938. as iit-r |.ubl'iali,-,l n,,. lice, (or hi-arlntf on th« r'e-asseaa- mcnt uf 41 per cent In Kosnuth cuur- Kin.-.-i ii'l i i II Auditor !-.<•,i!, tl :it Ciiiillin.vd :n-| :IH I'll.fil ai-d ":at U II .liillllKMH. r.HID- Iv Audlliir. :u-l ,-is S,-ri-..|.-u v uf t;... nn-,.||ni.-. A>-.-^: nil. I, II. ik.-n ;i r ,,l,] |,v lli.fTniann th;it tin- [..-titli.n si^ii-.l by i:.lvv.-n,l Myi-i-v. ..| al. for t|... re - .•.in.-ti -iH-tlon ..I lliiiiil,.ildt-K...-sulb lolrl In-aliiiiK,- Iilstrl"! N... i. |,i. ai-i.-epti-d and that an i-liKlne.-r |,i- JIM,olni.- ( | t., mnkc a pr.-limlnary nui-vev and report to tl,,. Joint Hoard on April 2«. ln:)S. Ayes: all Motion bv fosifiovi" and N,.ron.,l...l bv Weir Mint K. J. Smith. County l-.iiKlje.-r of I{iirnli'>Idt Count v. b« and hereby l« appointed Drainage KliKlne.-!- on lliiinboldi-Koxsntli Joint Drainage Dlclrlct No 1 Ayes: all. .Motion bv Morris and n.-ronded bv frailer that tlie m.-etliiK udlourn to April 26. 1938. at 1:0<) o'cl,,, k I' M al Alsona. Iowa Aye*: nil O H JOHNSON Hecretar v. W. W HOiiTHKOVD Cl.airman ty. au<J 34 c«nt In Humboldt county, on al) of the land* embrac- d In Huniboldt-Komulh Joint Drain *e Dl*trtct No. Z. with the follow- n»r SuptrvUoro preaeut: Koaauth -ounty. McDonald. Uurri« Fraiu-i. ard "!uuoty. Boothroyd, Haknmn Saw- l bu *> OKI)I.\AXCK >0. 255 AN ORDINAM'r; HIXiri^TING AND I'ROVIDING fX)R THE LICENSING OP SO-rALLEIJ JITNEY UL T SSErf AND ALL MO- TOIt VEHICLI-M OPERATING I T PON THK STREETS -\.M> AVENUES UK THE CITY OF ALOONA, IOWA, AND ENGAGED IN CARRYING PASSENGERS r\)H HIRE. PROVIDING PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF AND REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 56 OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section Oue. That no person, partnership, association or corporation shall operate u so called jitney bus or motor vehicle U[xm the streets and avenues at the City of Algotia, luwa, mid engage in carrying iKissonger* for hire without fir.-u having obtained u license therefor in the manner hereinafter provided. Section Two. That no such li- •ense fehull be granted by the City 'ouucil of the City of Algoua, Iowa, unless aud until the u[>lili- .-ant there-fur shall file in tbe office of the Clerk of the District 'oun of KofKjUtb county, luwa, an udemnuy bund with sureties to be approved by ibe Clerk of said District Court, which said sureties .-.hull .|uahly us provided iu Chaper . r )51 of the l'JI{5 Code of Iowa. Section Three. Thai suid bund hull inure to I hi 1 bi-iu-lit of ihe Mule of an> pu>nvn^t'r killed aud lo the beiielit ul any |iu,-vituser who iua> .lufl'ur b->dii> injury or jiroperiy duiimge by reason of DeKllgvuce ur uiiacouducl on thu part i>f the driver, owner, or operator of auy sUi-U juuvy tiu» or I uiolor vehicle. j Section Four. That said bond j sttuill be iu tbe following peual j tsuius. lo-wlt: j If there is carried in such jitney ' at than leu | Dnssengers, at least five thousand dollars; and If there Is carried therein ten passengers or more, at least ten thousand dollars. Section Five. In lieu of such bond there may be filed in such office a liability Insurance policy issued by a company authorized to do business In the state In like amounts for a single claim as for the bonds above provided, and conditioned that the same shall Inure to the benefit of any passenger upon such vehicle or vehicles in the same manner and way as the bonds above provided. Section Six. No such license shall be granted by the City Council of the City of Algono. Iowa, unless and until the applicant therefor shall, after the said bond or liability insurance policy is thus approved, file in the office of the City Clerk an application for such license stating: 1. Type of motor car or jitney bus to be used. 2. The horsepower and the far- tory number thereof. 3. The state license number thereof. 4. The seating capacity thereof according to its trade rating. 5. The age, name, and residence of the person to be In the immediate charge thereof as driver and a statement show- Ing that such driver ha« attained the age of at least eighteen full years, and If more than one person Is to be in the Immediate charge of such Jitney or motor bus, then there must be given the name, age, and residence of each of said persons and a statement showing tbat each of said persons has attained the age of eighteen full years. 6. The qualifications and experience of the person who Is to be the driver of such jitney or motor bus, and If more than one pers.on Is to drive the same, then a statement of qualification of each of said persons. 7. The name of the owner or owners of the bus or busses proposed to be operated. Section Seven. If a license be granted by the City Council It shall be Issued to the a-pplicant by the City Clerk and shall be In full force and effect for one year from the date of Issuance. Section Eight. No license granted hereunder shall be assignable or transferable. Section Nine. Eacli applicant for a license on filing application shall pay to the City Clerk an annual license fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00) for each so called Jitney bus or motor vehicle for which he desires a license. Said license fee to be refunded to the applicant In ase no license Is issued. Sevtion Ten. That Ordinance No. 56 of the City of Algona, Iowa, t>c and the same Is hereby repealed. Section Eleven. Any person violating or falling to comply with any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), or be imprisoned for a term not exceeding thirty dnys. Section Twelve. This ordinance deemed of Immediate Importance shall be In force and effect from and after its passage and publication as required by law. Passed April 1S, 193S. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of gona, Iowa. Altost: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona. Iowa. Al- CITY BILLS April IS, Tlip city Council met at the City Unll In .tdjniirnrd session, nidi nil tlip members present. A resolution was jwissed aiithor- izinc the mayor and City Clerk to rnter into a contract between tbe city of Alcona nnrt tbe Fulton Iron Works Co. of St. Louis for » lOiin li. p. Fulton Diesel enplne He.*. No. 3 fixing tbe amount of bond to be Klven by Fulton Iron Works Co. for fnitbful performance of contract at $61,046, was passed. Tbe Horn! of tbe Central Fire Truck Cot p. for $2,500.00 wos approved. Ord. No. 25!» was passed. ,1. F. Overmyer was appointed weed comm. for tbe 1P3S season. The following bills were nllowed: AITKOI'KIATIMi OKIHNAXCK JfO. 474 ELBC.TRK: FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ !>?.r»0 Leo Bellock. salary 104.10 F. C. Dailey, salary 105.75 Tom Halpln, salary 67.50 Walter Gorman, rotary __ 67.50 H. E. Stepbenson. salnry_ 65.00 Ray Barton, salary 65.00 C. C. WrlKlit, salary 42.50 Adab Carlson, salary 70.00 Ernst. Thiel, reading 24.94 Joe Kelly Jr., labor SO.OO Bertha Johnson, labor — 2.63 Cliff Johnson, la'bor 2.70 Shell Petro, Corp., gas oil 370.51 Milwaukee U'y, freight — 428.25 H. W. Post, frelKbt 8!).<12 State Treasurer, tax 476.66 Western Union, service .- !).62 Wayne Stepbenson. labor- 8.52 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 37.50 Harry Barton, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum. salary .-. 65.0(1 Laura Mitchell, salary _. 55.00 Harold Roth, labor 52.80 Karl Bowman, labor 52.80 State Treasurer, tax 136.20 II. W. Post, freight 1.24 GENERAL FUND II. A. Van Alstyne, salary 61.00 Arthur Moulds salary 55.00 Cecil Metimnls. salary . - 50.Oil Hnlph Valentine, labor ... 1.4') JPS.S I^islihrook. salary . . fii'.5i) E. SkilliiiE. labor _ . _' 5'.».f,S Willarcl Groason, labor .. . r i*.!ll Frank SklllitiB. labor . . - M.l"> Hen. Guilder, labor 45.SI Oliver Itakkon. labor 27.7- .fulin Ifelmers, labor 3!>.I:J Herman Lyons, labor 36.07 Spear & McVny. labor .„ 23.10 ('has. Harvey, labor 30.03 Vern Scobbn, labor 21.:iS Hiner Helmers. labor . .. 21.3S Dick Helmers. labor 11.70 Erirk Nelson, labor ..._. 12.7.~> Jens Chrlsleiiseii. labor _ 5.!T> John Loss, labor .">'' II. W. Post, frelcbt ... L>.»!> SEWER FUND .1. W. Kelly, salary __...__ l.ioo Dirk Helmers, labor ..... fi.:ll Fllti: 1-TND . Wriebt, salary _ 22.."0 IKJ Ins. AiK^irv. in^. l'7."i> DEPOSIT 1-T.ND L. E. Holmes, refund . K.i G. L. Cooper, refund _____ 5.00 Elmer Dole er al, refund. 25.00 This Ordinance to be in full foire and effect from and after Its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 18th ilav of April. IfiJS. C. F. S Attest: ADAH CARLSON", City ( leik. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance haulm? Every load injured against !(>«.> or dnmsep Equipped 10 do all kinds of draylng and hauling 32-tf BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, long term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, n» Commission. EDWARD CAPESIU8 Heine Bid*. Algona, Iowa 1-tf you're safe on CONCRETE AT night you appreciate con*V crete all the more be* cause its light gray surface helps you see down the road. Light is spread without "glossy" reflection. Pavement edges are clearly defined. Concrete meets the ideal for a pavement as defined by the International Illumination Congress of 1928. This is important to you because surveys show that the rate of death per accident is 43 per cent higher during darkness. Concrete, smooth but nonskid, insures a quick, certain stop even in the raim Blowouts, spring breakage, steering gear failures, accidents of all kinds are less apt to happen on concrete* i Yet concrete i* not only safe —it is more comfortable—it saves in driving costs—it costs less for upkeep—and cost oi construction is less than that of any other pavement of equal load-carrying capacity* , IS THE REAL IQW-COST ROAD PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbcll Dldg., Dei Moinei, Iowa A nollonol orgonlnllon (o Impmn and »x*«nd lk» MM 4>f cen- «««• Hirough Kttnliflc rtuonh and tnglntirlng t»td '. ••••,- ' .'.••-.;,. A.A.A. Certified Test Run ^ •"•' . • "V. ; . /.-' '. . - '.'-..V?r.:. '. '•"-: ,i-'\: :'-''':'.-'• Again Proves the Outstanding : • ' , •=> *••'.,*. .; - ' Economy and Performance of CHEVROLET TRUCKS AT A COST OF LESS THAN Vs-CENT stock model I'A-ton Chevrolet truck travels 10,102.4 miles carrying 4590-lb. load. PER TON-MILE, 15.07 MILES PER GALLON oi gasoline ONLY M.35 FOR ADJUSTMENTS /CHEVROLET N o TESTS are more rigidly Btiperviaeil and exacting than tests conducted under the supervision of the Contest Board of the American Automobile Association. All figures listed in the column at the right are facia— certified and convincing proof of the great performance qualities and dollar-saving economy of Chevrolet trucks! Modernize your truck equipment now. Save money all um-s with Chevrolet trucks—with low first cost, low operating cost, low maintenance expense—aud with rugged, durable Chevrolet construction that gives extra thousands of miles of capable, satisfying operation. Central Mufurf Inttolaunl ffcwi— (>mi*m«fU. tU'tnamuttl Uuaihiy Pa* ufWI I'u/lM. SANCTION No. 3342 READ THESE AMAZING PERFORMANCE FACTS... Total nutate cowed . . 10,102.4 miles Piyloid weifhl 4,S90lb. Gross wetyif . . . 9,260 Ib. Awifi speed 30.72 ra.p.h. Total gasolioe consumed . 670.5 gallons Miles per gallon of gasoline. . . . 1107 Oil consumed 10 quarts Tola! cost das, oil, lubrication) . S144./2 Total per ton-mile cost $.00312 THE THRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 Algona t Iowa

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