Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE FOUR K088Vf tt ADVANCB. ALQONA. JQ#A Used Car Bargains 1929—Ford Tudor 1929—Ford coupe 1928—Dnrant Sedan 1929—Whippet Coach 1929—Ford Truck, complete KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— Jffi^SB^ —Sales Fresh, New, Spring Food Headquarters People who have become our customers no longer have to resort to sassafras tea, sulphur and molasses, bitters and tonics in order to feel well and energetic in the Spring. This is because our wide range of foods, especially our fresh fruits and vegetables, have made a more diversified diet possible throughout the entire Winter. THIS WEEK Northern Tissue:Toilet Paper, tube -•- ._ : 40c 25c 4 pounds of fancy Florida oranges "-. ' Super Suds, pkg. ____j__ ._ !_8c Ivory Snow, 2 pkgs. 25c PHONE YOUR MEAT ORDER MR. FARMER: Eggs are up in price. PHONES 214 and 215 Blades arc Tempered in Oil -!E'VE taken the world's finest steel arid made the world's finest razor blade. Oil-tempering was the link between the ore from far-off Sweden and the wonderful, super - keen Durham-Duplex Blades. Oil-tempering gives 'em life, keeps 'em from breaking, and makes these marvelous edges last for many happy Durham- Duplex shaves. Interchangeable BladoaSOc for package ot I At All Leading Dealers URHAMIH ^BAwfetfVfen Swear By "not Jt Friday and Saturday March 6 and 7 Rug and Linoleum Specials 6—9x12 felt base rugs at, each $5.50 Axminster rugs, 27x54 1 . $5.95 $2.95 Any Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels, or Wool Fiber Rug at HALF PRICE Sizes 6x9, 7 1-2x9, and 9x12. 12-ft. Lincoleum, Armstrong's and Blabon, per sq. yard 85c SWEA cin is B,B, CHAMP FOR THIRD TOURNEY Ledynrd, Mnr. 3 — The nnriun boys' county basketball tournamen was held hero Friday and Saturday and Swea City won the Champion ship for the third consecutive yea before one of the largest tournamen crowds Ledyard has ever entertain ed. Swea City, noted for a "stalling:' offense, came through the tourna ment in grand style by defeating Fenton in the finals, 17-4. The superior basket shooting of Jensen In this game, as well In other games was a great asset to his team. Superintendent Hammond, of the Grant consolidated schools, In be half of the county Schoolmasters club, presented a gold basketbal' trophy to the champions. The bal used In tho tournament went to the runner-up, Fonton. '•' Algona-Lu Vcnie Game Thrills. An Algona-Lu Verne game openec the tournament, and this was one of the most thii'llng games of the tournament because of splendid playing by both teams. An outstanding feature of the game was the fine playing of Ris tau, Lu Verne's center, who scored 19 of 22 points for Lu Verne. Most of these were long shots from the center of the floor. Just a minute or so before the game was over, the score was 19-U19. Then Rlstau sank a field goal and a free throw, winning the game, 22-19. Tho next game, between Seneca and Ledyard, started out as a walk away. At the quarter Ledyard led, 12-0. The local second team was then sent in and held Seneca for :wo quarters, but In the fourth Sen;ca found the basket and brought he score up to 15 as compared with Ledyarcl's 19. Swea Cityaiis Defeat Bancroft. A Bancroft-Swea City game began ivlth Bancroft . holding Swea City down to 4 against Bancroft's 1, in he first quarter.b ut after that the score was so one-sided that • Swea -ity substituted for most, of the 'Irst team. The game ended 25-5 n Swea City's favor. The las! game of the afternoon vas Whittomore vs. Lone Rock, and Whittemore led hroughout to a !. ( nal score of 20-31. The first game in the second •ound was between Fenton and •Wes- ey, and the feature of this game was th= basket shooting of Krause, of Fcnton, who made 211 points for ils team. Wesley held 'Fenton well n the first half; and the score then was Fenton 9, Wesley 7, but in the third quarter Fenton scored 15 loints to Wesley's four, and the 'Inal. score was Fenton .,30, Wesley Ristau Stars for Lu Verne. Following this game Lu Verne played Titonka, and in this game Xistau, Lu Verne's star man, did lot measure up to his basket-shoot- ng of the. afternoon. Titonka had a real defense, and Lu Verne found 't Impossible to go through often. For the audience this was one ot -he best games, for the determination of both teams to win made the contest exciting. Tionka won by the close score of 17-15. The next game was of vital,interest to Ledyardites and Swea Ci'tyans. This was a defensive game all the way, both teams breaking into the scoring and neither having an advantage at any time. Ledyard on even terms with Swea City in the Jast half, each team scoring 12 points. In this game it was Jensen who brought victory to lis team by two long field goals. The final score was Swea City 20, Ledyard 1'5. Wliittemore Loses to Fenton. In the semi-final Whittemoro played Fenton, and this started out to be an easy victory for Fenton. At the half; Fenton led 8-2, but by strong work Whittemore brought the score up in the last half, and the game ended Fenton 15, Whittemore 12. The next game, Titonka-Swea City, was one-sided, a victory for Swea City, 19-4. The final game, Swea City vs. Fenton, was also much in favor of Swea City. The Swea. Cityans again used their strong stalling offense and had possession of the ball most of the time. The final score was Swea City 17, Fenton 4. • 'All-County Team, ' A n all-county team picked by one who saw all the games follows;Forwards — Warner, Ledyard'; D, Hanifan, Swea City; alternate, Krau.se, of Fenton. ' . Centers —- Ristau, Lu Verne; Os terman, Ledyard; alternate, Helmke Swea City. Guards — Jensen, Swea City; T Hnnifan, Swe a City; alternate B Heller, .Whittemore. I'layers deserving honorable men- Uun were: lioyken, Titonka; Soren- si?n, Lu Verne; Dreyer, Fenton; W. Heller, Whittemore; Newbrougfi, Lone Rock; Krumm, Swea City; Carmean, Bancroft; Samp, Algona; Green, Ledyard. For another all-county selection see the Seneca column. Thompsons Attend Carriers' Meet- Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson attended a Tenth district convention of rural mail carriers and the Auxiliary at Algona last week Monday. A good program was given. In election of officers Mrs. Thompson was unanimously re-elected president of the district Auxiliary. The Methodist Aid, Algona, sfrved u, two-course dinner. The next meeting will be a t Fort Dodge. Ledyard Wins Devlam First— In a sub-district declamatory contest at Titonka last week Wednesday night. James Logan won first in humorous with Hans's Visit to New York; Kenneth Thompson, second in oratorical with The Signs of the Time; and Arlene Pringle third in dramatics, with Madame X. Ledyard won a cup in this contest. Arm Swells and is Lanced— Leonard AVarner is under the care of Doctor Sommers, of Elmore, the cause being on arm which swelled up and became red. The doctor Had to lance it, and Leonard has had to keep hot applications on it. The cause of the infection is not known District B. B. Tourney Tomorrow— The Ledyard boys' basketball tean goes .to a district tournament at Buffalo Center this week Friday They drew a bye and will play the first game Friday At 4, p.- m. against the winner of a BancVyrtt-Holfa game. *' Farewell for Mrs. MwismMh-— The Methodist Aid gave a farewell party for Mrs. Mansmith last week Tuesday afternoon. The family moved last Thursday to the Dorsey home, where they 'will stay till Mr. 1 Mansmith locates work. Orchestra to Forest City— This week Thursday night the Methodist church orchestra goes to Forest City to take part in a musical contest. There will be solos, group singing, • quartets, duets, etc. Roy Wentwortlt Loses Mother- Ray • Wentworth received word Friday of the death of his mother, Mrs. Kate Swanson, near Buffalo Center where she had iin operation for gallstones some weeks ago. Other Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. George Potter came from Cornell Friday to attend the basketball tournament and r«new old acquaintanceships. Some years they had charge 6f the Ledyard telephone exchange. Supt. Sperry, Renwick, and his family were here Saturday after 1 noon and evening, and Mr. Sperry attended the basketball tournament while Mrs. Sperry visited Mrs. D A. Carpenter. Last week several members of the faculty entertained the flu. Tues day and Wednesday Mrs. Stephen son was • 111, and Wednesday am Thursday V. A. Barrett was unable to teach. Mrs. C. T. Junkins, Omaha, came last week WInesday to visit her aged parents, "Dad" and Mrs. Jenks Clifford Jenks and his mother drove to Fort Dodge to meet her. The Roy Links are moving Into Mrs. Niester's house, recently va< catod by the- Mansmtths. Coach Cayou, of Ltvermore, at tended several sessions of the has ketball tournament here. "VV. B. Leslie and his son' James went to Des Moines last Thursday There will be no Methodist Aid meeting this week Thursday. Mrs, Edith Logan has been seriously sick with pleurisy. SWEA CITYANS TAKE COUNTY TITLEJASILY Seneca, Mar. | — Swea City, as was expected, won the Kossuth county boys basketball tournament at Ledyard Friday and Saturday. Algona, the only other Class A ac- ive, was eliminated by Lu Verne. Lu Verne 2ti; Algona 19. Lu Verne, by means of a real itar player, Ristau, who scored >19 mints alone, nosed, out Algona. Ledyard 19; Seneca 15. Ledyard, with the best team in •ears and the best Class B team in he tournament, played the Seneca midgets in the second game. Seneca iad trouble early in getting tarted, but after Ledyard substl- uted, Seneca took the .score 13-17, ind Ledyard had to return the big earn to save the game. Each team ot two points in the last few min- tes. Bancroft 5; Swea'- City 25., Swea City had a fairly easy time efeating Bancroft .-.j n a game in vhich Bancroft did not get a field oal. Swea City was too good, and Bancroft missed many 'long shots. Whittemore 20; Lone Rock 11. This game was fairly close till the •vst part of the game, when Whltte- nore gradually pulled away. Fenton 27; Wesley 11. Wesley played well against Fenon, but Krause's long shots found he basket, and as the game pro- ressed Fenton improved while Wes- ey went to pieces. Titonka Eliminates Lu Verne. Titonka. was lucky in getting a ye, while Lu Verne played a hard ame in defeating Algona in the at- ernoon, and was tired.'sj.-Hpwever, 'Itonka played a hard scrappy game eeping her opponents well covered, nd won providing somewhat of an pset. Fcnton 1.5; \\1iittcmore 10. This game was delayed half an our by a broken basket which had o be welded. It was anybody's ball ame till near the end, when Fenton orged ahead. • Whittemore played a oetter game than the score .Indicates. Swe a City 22; Titonka f>. This was a repetition of the Swea City-Bancroft game with Titonka utting up a good scrap against a etter team. Titonka got only one [eld goal and that as the last gun ounded. Swea City 17; Fenton 5. This was another case of too. much wea City. The Fenton team tried ard and missed several long.-shots, ut »pl.ayed its. best game/'of the ournament. Swea led all, through and won easily. -•. A The all-county team as picked by •rot. R. L. Rossmon of Seneca is onlposed of Krause, Fenton, and Ristau, -Liu\ Verne,"< forwards;i;,Oster- nan,. .Ledyard, center; Jensen;.'Swea City and Hanifan, Swea' City, guards. It is almost impossible to agree on the same all-county'team. For another all-county selection ee the Ledyard column. Farewell for Albert Andersons— A farewell party was held at the Seneca school last week Wednesday ivenlng in honor of Albert Anderson, who moved to Ringsted recent y. Mr. Anderson was born in Sen eca township and has lived here ill his life. A musical program was enjoyed and .consisted of a duet by Esther and Orva Halvorsen duet by Mr. and Mrs. Farrest Chris itmson; several accordian solos by- Chris Nielson, and music by Miss Behrends. Following the program a spelling match was held, with Mrs. Julius Bollig- and Charles Os born leaders of the opposing teams An all-day sucker was given as a irize to the winner, Mr. Bassett Foll&wing a tray luncheon servec ..the women, Peter Thorsen, as spokesman, presented p, fine fish ing reel and a smoking-stand-as . remembrance. Albert's friends know that fishing is one of his hobbies and felt the reel would be appre 'iated. Many Farmers Change Homes— Among moves during ' the past week are; Frank Looft, from near Wesley to live on the farm vacated by Ben Potter, who moved to Al gona; Charles Lohse now living on the farm vacated by C. C. Cooper who moved to the John Osborn plac< recently vacated by their son Earl Silas Knutson from near RlngsTed A Miller family, from near Arm strong took the place vacated b> Albert Anderson and Forrest Chris tenson, who moved to Rngsted; H O. Schriebler, who moved from th McBride farm, took the place va cated by Martin Vant, who movee Into the Haddy house In Seneca Albert TJlstads, who moved from th Klein place, is on the place north o Seneca recently vacated by Free man Gorman; Gus Jacobsons o Ringsted live on the place vacate by the Joseph Andersons, who mov ed near Buffalo Center. Win. Osborn to be Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. William Osborn an son Lester drove to Waterloo lasl Thursday where Lester was inclm ed in the college class picture. Th graduation exercises will be he] later this month. Exercises ar held only i n March and June fo graduates throughout the year. Th Osborns were to go to La Port City to visit relatives. Other Seneca News Hazel Anderson, daughter of th Joseph Andersons, who moved t Buffalo Center, will mak e her -horn with Mrs. Matilda Olson for the remainder of the school year, and her brother Curtis, will make his home with Gus jacobson, who have move<J on the place vacated by his parents for the remainder of the schfrol year. Mr. and Mr,". Harold Goetsch stayed at the Paul Saxton home a few days -last week to do chores while the latter accompanied by Mrs. Saxton's parents, the J. B. Hansons;, of Fenton, visited relatives at Bootiie. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sax- .on and son, of Seneca, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Saxton and daughter, of Armstrong; spent Sunday evea ngr at the Jens Petersen home near Haifa. The Ben Ftotters have moved into he McCkll IVcraae near the Algona ce cream factory. Mrs. Allison, -a ormer Seroeca resident, recently va- ated the BTcGtolt house and moved o CoToradin The Lutheran Ala" will meet with VIrs.---Jennie Jensett next week Thursday afternoon. BANCROFT B, B, TEAMDEFEATED AT FORT DODGE Bancroft; Mar:. S- —St.^JoPrn's Mgft chool basketball 1 team' went to> Fort Dodge last week' Wednesday to take 1 art in the^ Sioux: City Diocese bas- etball tournament. This was put n by the Catliolltr highi school AtFr- etlc association andl 1'4' Softools were 1 epresented. A: banquet was lieM ait he Wahkpnsa- Hotel Thursday noon o 175 guests.'. Those 1 from here who ttended werer. Tile' Rfev.. C'.. E. rnst, Coach Richard' Underkoffer, Arnold and Urban: Kramer,. Joforn and! D hilip Sheridan, Frank BMnfc,. -J<ae Hatten, Ed Mescher and! Emmet Dfe- ine. Bancroft opened', tfte tourna- nent with.-a game^ aganist Renraen, •hich Remsen wan}. 40' to 12'.. G«o. Miller Builds' New Home— George..Miller is- Htuvlhgr' in nefa ouse built on his 1 farm- six miles outhwest.of' Bancroft.. Hi LV Pa.dg- tt, Algona, has- tlie^ contract for the uilding, and A. H. Fotfr has the lumblng, heating and" wi'rtag- con- racts. This two-story BulTdi'n-g: wfll e of red brick, 30x32', win contain ine rooms and -have 1 a full ment. Bruer Brofiier-iiv.Eaw- Dies— R. N. Bruer received' word of the eath of his brother-in-law, Peter -lansen, Hartley, Saturday. Mr. Brur's sister, Mrs. Peter Hansen, died u.st three months ago. The Bruers id not attend" the funeral as Mr. Bruer has not Been> .well the past ew weeks. Mrs. Bolster Loses- Step-Mother— Mrs. Kate Bblster'-attended the uneral of her step^mother, Mrs. No- •ella Whalen; at} • 'Algona Friday, i'rom Algona- Mrs-. Bolster went to 'rimghar to visit her sister, Mrs. iIcGuire) before returning to Water- oo. Son for the- Doctor Baileys— Friends here received word Saturday of the liirth of a 9-pound boy at he Dr. BaiTey home at Atlantic. Dr. Bailey was a veterinary here six •ears ago. They have one other child. Relative of Droesslers Dies— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Droessler anc their ntece, Leone Droessler, returned Thursday from Dickeyville, Wis. where they had attended the funera of Mrs. Charles Hindermahn. Blrs. Connelly's Sister-Breaks Wrist Mrs. William Connelly Is at Lu Verne helping to care for a sister VIrs. Mike Stripling. Mrs. Stripling broke her right wrist while crankln£ a car a week ago Friday. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and daughter Ruth Ann returned to their home at Omaha Sunday. Mr Brown came Friday evening aftei Mrs. Brown, and their daughter who had spent two weeks with th Peter Berens. Regina and France Berens took them to Fort Dodge where they boarded the train . foi Omaha, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Krapp, James town, N. D., and son Lawrence re turned Monday after several days a Mrs. John Kockler's.. Mrs. Kockle is a sister of Mr. Krapp. Saturday the Krapps and Mrs. Kockler am daughter Coleta were at West Ben to see the Grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gaul, Alton and three children came Saturday t visit at the Frank Hatten, Ott Vaske, and John Herbers homes Mrs. Gaul was Nettie Haupert befor her marriage. Florence and Margaret Miller re turned Thursday from Lu Verne where they visited their folks, Mi and Mrs. C. W. Miller, a few days They are employed at the local tele phone office. The A. H. Foths, and Mrs. Jose phine Becker and son visited th< Paul Beckers and Marion Johnson at Mason City Sunday. Mrs. John son and Mrs. Foth are daughters Mrs. Becker. The Baptist Ladies' Aid held a a cial and business meeting at Mrs Frank Lupin's Thursday afternoon All of the officers were re-electee Mrs. Cora Hunt is president of th Aid. The John Kennedys, Hutchinaon Minn., visited relatives here Sunda JMfilDAY, and Monday ae6 her aunt, Mrs. Bislfl Doyle,' of Kansas City, who to visiting here. L.'j. Kockler and A. H. F6«i represented the McKlnnon Post at a convention of post cohimanders and adjutants at Dea Molhes last week. Eugene Wolf and A. Cf< Welp re* turned Friday evening from Dea Moines, where they had attended the auto show. ' The Leonard Nelsons, Algona, visited the G. D. Harts Sunday. They were neighbors when the Nelsons lived here. Mrs. Mary Peters, New Prague, Minn., has been keeping house at the' Barney Brink home since last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schlltz returned Thursday from Dubuque, wheTe they had spent their honeymoon. Arthur Rohe, Rockford, was here Monday visiting friends. He Is an assistant receiver In a closed bank there. Mrs. August Becker purchased a new Chevrolet sport coupe from the Deiterlng garage last week Tuesday. Jessie Stebritz and her mother, Mra.,. Hawks, both of Lone Rock, were visitors here Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert spent Sunday w^th the former's mother, Mrs. Angellne Haupert, Algona, Lee Brown, Omaha, and Regina and Frances Berens were business visitors at Spencer Saturday. Florence Miller and Lulu Richards were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Violet Colllnson's, Algona, Mrs. Frank Dlteworth spent the week-end at home. She teaches a school near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Becker, of Buf- 'alo Center, visited his mother here Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Underkofler, Brltt, visited relatives here Sunday. ST, BENEDICT FARMERS MOVE TO NEW FARMS St. Benedict, Mar. 3 — A good many farmers were moving" last veek-end and Monday. The George Gretas have moved to a farm nine miles north of St. Benedict, and the Otto Beckmanns to the place they vacated. The Jos. Klemms are now on the Jos. Geimann farm, and Marin Waba has a farm southeast of Jt. Benedict owned by the Kohlhaas jrothors at Algona. The Albert Weishaars have moved to Wesley, and J. T, Lallier from the home place to St. Benedict, into his father's house. His brother Oswald has noved to the home farm. Wary Arndorfer 13; Party— Mary Ann,-" daughter of Mr. and ,Irs. John Arndorfer, celebrated her '3th birthday Sunday with a dinner it noon. A birthday cake decorated vfth candtes was'- the table center piece. The afternoon was spent at games, and the guests we're Wilma Arend, • Leona Brdmann, 'Hariett S'forona, -Alfredfa Arndorfer, and Helen Raskopf. Mission Begins Next Sunday— . A .mission to be conducted by tho Rev.. A. C. Pregenzer, C. S. S. R., Will be held 1 at.the St. Benedict Cath- 'i'ic church beginning next Sunday at 10 a. m., and an Invitation to attend the services is extended to ll by the pastor, the Rev. B. H. Loeffeiholz. William Stcil Reported Stricken— A considerable number of St. Benedict people attended a sale held ast week Wednesday by Willam Steil, ten mfles north of the village. Mr. Stefl, It is reported, suffered a heart attack or stroke Saturday. George Grein's Father Dies— ' George Grein received a telegram Friday saying that his father had died 'at Buffalo, N. Y. Pastor Helps at St. Joe— The Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz assisted in 13-hour adorations Monday and Tuesday at St. Joe. Other St. Benedict. Mrs. Mary Fasbender and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Studer -recently spent a few days at Mrs. Ben Dorr's at Lime Springs, and Matt Fasbender was at Adams, Minn. L. A. Loosbrack. of Lismore, Minn., arrived last Thursday for a surprise visit with his sister, Sr. M. Verona. He went from here to Milwaukee. Mrs. Otto Krebsbach. near Austin, Minn.,-, came last.-Thursday to help care for' Mrs. Jacob Fehr, who has been sick three or four weks. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer recently came from Clear Lake, where she had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Everett Steussy. . Eleanor Rahm and her sister Ar dyth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Germann and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dwenger. Mrs-. Eva Germann 'and her daugh ter' Frances spent last week Wed nesday afternoon at Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth's. Herbert Arndorfer and Leo Lud wig attended the automobile show at Des 'Moines last Thursday and Friday. , . Mr. and Mrs.. Isadore Meyer were visitors Sunday afternoon at Mr and Mrs. William Arndorfer's. The Albert Germanns, of Blue IJarth, spent Sunday with • Mrs Germann's sisters rind brother. Mrs. Emll F. Arndorfer was a visitor last- Thursday afternoon ai Mrs. Julian Arndorfer's. Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs Emll I' 1 Arndorfer. The Chester Bertes, St. Joe, re cently called on Sister M. Gervase Estella Simons was employed at the Algona hotel last week. IN MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS It costs as high as 20o to reach each subscriber with advertising because of limited circulation. The Advance circulation, on the contrary, is such that the cost la only about one cent per family. 25tf For Sale Combination Book Case Victrola, 3 rockers, library .table, Schubert piano, baby buggy, 2 iron beds, 1 coil spring, cot, electric washer, Copper Clad cook stove. 415 North Hall St, WHIN IT RAINS-IT POUti ANNOUNCEMENT Having purchased! the O. W. Erickson hardware I desire to announce that I W ili be pleased to meet all off my friends and cus tomers at the old stand 1 .. L. J. NELSON Permanent Wave Special We have installed another new permanent wavel machine and until March 28 will give— ' Frederick or Naivette Croquignole Waves; Frederick Combination Waves i___ ''_'__ Miss Phylida Sonerholm,; formerly of ttte MariJ gold Shop No. 2 is nc^w at this shop. MORRISON BEAUTY SHOP Phone 279. Alg-ono, lowil and Floor Covering Price are Lower at Richardson's t .Within the past week-it has been our privilege lA furnish, either fully or partially, homes In more thaiil six different towns in and abound Kossuffi-emmty.' <| These people have come £o us ta fill their furni-l ture heeds because upon comparison tfcey have foundl that our low overhead and volume of business meanjj a big saving for them. , . I . "" ; • • • '•'•,! It is our wish that we may be able to live up tol our part of this well-fouttded conclusion by giving at all times the very best values obtainable, . , I We .like the furniture business, we are putting I forth every effort possible to please our patrons. Out stock is large and well assorted. Please consider thin an invitation to come in and .look over this fine net .StOCK. " •'•••' ' .V .... .. ,,.,... ..;.., . , . :'. Exchange Your Old for New at Richardson's «7 W ™T, EXCHANGE WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS Up-to- Date The grime and dirt, the wear and tear of a winter has left its imprints on that' car of y That's why you should bring your car to us, let give it the "once over" and we'U be perfectly fr with you in'advising what repairs may be necess Our Estimates Will Please You! Three Used Car Specials 1826 6.cyl f Cluev. coupe 1926 Chevrolet o -*W» *-«jrL ClWT. WMWh 1930 Chevrolet coach Moflel A Ford KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200.

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