Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 30, 1933
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A 'J PAGE TWO K088UTH COtTNTY ADVANCB, ALQONA, IOWA SLEET CAUSES $100,000 DAMAGE TO TELEPHONE LINES IN IOWA gleet—the enemy of telephone service— swept across Iowa the night of Saturday, March 18, and left in its wake a wreckage of telephone lines which will cost $100,000 to restore. In the path of the storm, roughly 150 miles wide and extending from the southwest to the northeast corner of the state, were 100 towns without telephone connections to the outside world, and many farmers and townspeople out of touch with their neighbors. By Sunday morning, before the storm had dealt its final blows, more than 400 repairmen were rushing restoration of service. Now, no city or town is isolated, but many weeks will be required to make permanent repairs on broken lines. The coating of ice on wires, l'/o inches thick in many places, broke more than 500 poles, disabled 470 long distance circuits and snapped telephone lines in 10,000 places. For emergencies like these, the Bell System is prepared with resources, men and materials to provide telephone service as nearly continuous as it is humanly possible to make it We appreciate the fine spirit of cooperation with which our customers have accepted unavoidable interruptions of telephone service these past few days. We want to assure you that everything possible was done to restore service quickly. THE NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Two Days Only We want to see just how many customers we can have in our store for Friday and Saturday and are making prices that will be sure to bring them. These prices are only good for these two days, so hurry in to get your share. Dorothy Dean Fast Color wash frocks, made from A-B-C prints, are sold the world over for $1.00. Our price for these two days 69c All lOc toilet articles for these two days 8c One lot of men's, women's and children's shoes __69c We are putting all of our ladies' silk dresses in one group and for these 2 days, choice ___$2.69 Men's $2.50 Glover dress shirts, all sizes, choice _59c Men's dress hats, all kinds, choice 49c 5-piece ruffled curtains, 3 colors 30c About 100 pair of full-fashioned hose, 8y> to 10 choice at : 35c Tennis shoes, all sizes _39c About 15 women's and girls' winter coats, fine to make over, choice 39 C Boy's longies, new ones 89c All of our dry goods, furnishings, and notions have had another cut, so you will find all kinds of bargains. Your dollar will buy two or three dollars worth of merchandise Friday and Saturday at Neville's Toggery ALGONA, IOWA Bargain Prices! 2x4's-8ft. long . . 20c Ix6's-8ft. long . 15c Cedar posts . . . 13c Red Barn Paint G p" a £r d $1 Our Famous Hog Mineral per hundred . $2 500 hundred Ibs. . $9 Botsford Lumber Co. I'HOiVK 256 JIM POOL 2 COLLEGIANS, LONE ROCK, IN CAR ACCIDENT Lone Rock, Mar. 28—'Gordon Blanchard and James Preston, of Strawberry Point, who spent the week-end at Gordon's parents', the J. M. iBlancliards, had the misfortune to be in a wreck while en route here last Saturday. They were riding with a Mr. Shields, of Fort Dodge, when the car hit a corner ot a snowplow and was upset by the impact. Gordon and Mr. Preston were uninjured. Mr. Shields received severe gashes on his head from broken glass when THE NEWS AT St. JOE the car turned over, were not serious. His injuries liierstedt Sisters Are Hostesses— Evelyn and Dorothy Bierstedt gave a party last week Wednesday evening. Attending: Imogene and Berneyce Roderick, Beryl Sanders, Kathryn Stebritz, Lola Marlow, Grace Newbrough, Marvil Marlow, Glen Householder, Harold and Russell Gross, John Newbrough, Maynard Genrich, Marvin Marlow, Charles Shick, Harlan Marlow, Roy Leeper. Bridge Club Entertained— •Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen were hostesses to the Saturday night bridge club. Attending were the A. A. Kruegers, W. J. Cottons, and Roy Jensens. High prizes were won by Mr. Jensen and Mrs. Krueger. Traveling prize was won by Mrs. Cotton. Former Teacher in Visit— George Manus, former teacher here and now teaching in Thornp-. son, 111., was a Saturday night guest at the Robert Padgett's. He was calling on friends Sunday. Blanchard Heads School Board— The local school board met last week Monday, and Frederick Schultz, new member, took his scat. J. M. Blanchard was elected president. Sees Roosevelt Inaugural— Clarence Janvrin was a caller Monday. He 'recently attended the inauguration of President velt. Roose- Lone Other Lone Hock News. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Harley 'Shellito, Ames, and the latter|s daughter drove to Fairmont last Thursday to the Albert Reutters, former _____ Rockers. Mrs. Delia Lindsten, of Minneapolis, and her new baby were visiting the parental Reut- ters. The Andrew Thomsons were Sunday guests at the Victor Rodgers'; the Glenn Sharps were Sunday guests at John Dempsey's, in Fenton; the O. T. Hobsons, Burt, were guests at Harry Hobson's ; Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper and son Roy were guests at Bernard Leep- college, Franklin Theodore, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, was baptized Sunday at St. Joseph's church, Mrs.. Fred Illg and Theodore Wagner sponsors. Alvina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thilges, was taken to Fort Dodge last week .Tuesday for treatment of an Infected finger. Mary Gales spent last week at the Raymond Gales home. The Rev. Father Underburg was a visitor at Father Theobold's last Thursday. Emma 'Becker is helping with the house-cleaning at Mrs. Peter Kayser's. The John Hilberts, near Corwith, were visitors in this vicinity last week Wednesday. Mrs. John Wagner spent a few days last week at her son George Wagner's. Thomas Thul, Marquis, Sask., arrived last week Wednesday morning to visit relatives. „ «„ , .^_ „ . v .»v*iw.->i I W vll lj LU iHlillt. The John Origers were at West ness mission. few days here with her aunt, Susan N.aber. Verena and Albin Kayser were recent visitors at school No. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Daiiley, of Rolfe, were callers at William Hammer's last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding Sr. drove to Whittemore last week Wednesday to visit a ibrother, who has been critically sick. Peter J. Erpelding received word Monday of the death of -his brother-in-law, Peter Reding, near Whittemore. Mr. Reding had been sick for some time, gradually growing worse. He left a wife and son, also two sisters, Mrs. Mike Erpelding, Livermore, and Mrs. John Reding Sr., near Bode, also a brother in Germany. Funeral services will be conducted this week Wednesday morning at the Catholic church, Wlilttemore. Thomas Becker and John Zeller went to 'Elmore Monday on a busi- Bend last week Wednesday. Lucille Eich left last Thursday for her home at Templeton, after a There was no school Tuesday at St. Joseph's parochial school because of* 13 hours adoration. Early-Day Whittemore Rural Teacher Passes Whittemore, Mar. 28 — liUke E. Donahue, 61, who had lived at his brother W. A. Donahue's, north of Whittemore, during the last few years, was buried last week Tuesday at" Emmetsburg. He had entered the McCreery hospital two or three weeks before for an operation ,and he died last week Sunday. He was born November 6, 1872, the son of Mr. and Mrs. GPat Donahue, in Clayton county. In 1884 he came here and for many years taught rural schools in this section of Iowa. He never married .Besides W. A., another brother, Patrick, survives. Funeral services were conducted at St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore, Father Hyland in charge. Pallbearers were Cleophus Cullen, James Butler, James Weir, Gerald Cullen, A. Schmidt Jr., and Philip Wander. Mr. Donahue was a. brother-in-law of J. S. Cullen. er's. Beulah Gladstone, Coe , came Saturday for a 'week at the parental S. M. Gladstone's. Donald and Gordon Blanchard, State Teachers college, spent the weekend at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton took iheir daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito, Ames, and the latter's little daughter to Fort 'Dodge Sunday, and Mr. Shellito, who met them there, took his family home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden drove to Mankato Friday, and the God- dens brought home their daughter Esther, who had just completed a course in beauty culture. The A. D. Newbroughs entertained Sunday the Elvie Terwilligers, Mrs. Clara Terwilliger and daugh- . ter Beulah, all of Ira Newbroughs. Humboldt, and Vera, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris, returned to school at Ames last week Wednesday, after a week at home. Mrs. John Sones, of Quimby, and tier daughters Marilyn and Beverly Jean came last week Tuesday for a visit at J. M. Blanchard's. There was no school last week Monday because of snow-blocked roads. Several teachers were marooned out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe re- ;urned "home last week Wednesday from a visit with Mrs. Priebe's parents in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders at:ended the funeral"^ of a cousin, Prank Gebest, in Estherville, Friday. Dr. Geo. P. Elvidge, Perry, vis- ted his sister, Mrs. Roy Jensen, 'riclay. He recently had an opera- ion. Mrs. Frank Thompson, ex-Lone Rocker, is low at an Algona hospital, following an operation. Lola and Barbara Wylam and a Miss Strand, Swea City, were Sunday guests of Floy Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz spent Sunday with the Charles Schultzes, near Elmore. The Calvin Householders were Sunday guests of the Frank Householders. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch, of New Posts to be Installed— The Rev. Mr. Discher, Marshalltown, will be installed as St. Paul's Lutheran pastor here next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There will be sermons in both English and German. The Dischers will arrive this week Wednesday. On Palm Sunday at 10 a. m. the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz will confirm this year's confirmation class and present diplomas; and at 2 p. m. the Rev. Mr. Discher will preach his initial sermon as pastor. Next Sunday evening at 7:30 the congregation -will gather in the schoolhouse basement for a get-acquainted with the new pastor and his family. Boys Born to CMcng'oans— A boy, Ralph Arthur, were born tn Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Karitzke, of Chicago, March 13, the third child, both the others being girls. The mother was Gertrude tFenske. On March 16 ,a boy, the .first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kuehn, also Chicago, and he has been named Richard Allen. The mother was formerly Frieda Fenske. * ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED 1917 Authorized Capital Stock, $1.000,000.00 |ver paid less than 7 per cent on installment stock or 6 ner cent ^ on paid-up stock. ASSETS OVER $13900000 information on request. C . R. LA BARRE, Secretary. . , Renwick, were Monday guests at Otis Sander's. 'Gladys Bierstedt is helping with the household duties at Mrs. W. J. Bourne's. 'Bible study was conducted last week Wednesday at A. A. Krueger's. The Mite society meets this week Thursday at Mrs. Alex Krueger's. Howard Stevens, Goldfield, spent the week-end at Alex Krueger's. Ody Oherland has completed a business course at Forest City. A dance was given at Chip's pavilion last Thursday evening. » New Hampton Man Accident Victim Bancroft, Mar. 28—The Sunday Register carried news that Matt Kennedy, New Hampton, suffered a broken arm and bruised hip Saturday, when he was knocked down by a hose in a fire which destroyed the J. A. Mclntress confectionery and billiard parlor. He is a merchant there and is a director in the Farmers & Traders Savings bank, Bancroft. • Schmeillng Babe is Christened— The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schmeiling was christened Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz, Fenton, in charge. She was named Leona Mae. Mrs. Henry Schultz, Cylinder, sister of Mrs. Schmeiling, and Harry Schmeiling were sponsors. Quilting Bee at Mrs. Hclmke's— A quilting bee was given last week Wednesday at Mrs. J. H. Helmke's. Attending: Mrs. Louis •Braatz, Mrs. Werner 'Braatz, Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mrs. D. Cordes, Mrs. G. Wehrspan, Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Harry Helmke. P. J. Piililluuisers Have Boy— Relatives here have word that a boy was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, who recently moved to Tallulah, La. Peter Reding 1 is Dead— Peter Reding Sr., northeast of town, died Sunday evening at his home. Obituary details will be given next week. Arthur Heidenwith Has Birthday- Relatives gathered last Thursday evening at Arthur Heidenwith's to help Mr. Heidenwith celebrate his 45th birthday. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander, Fenton, James Cullen, Emmets- and Mrs. O. J. Kaschmltter, who now have five .boys and three girls. 'The Rev. Father Veit drove to Sioux City Sunday to attend the funeral Of the Rev. Father Murphy. The Harold Kueckers, Algona, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Kuecker's parents, the J. E. Walkers. The Frank Bells, Blue Earth, spent Sunday "with Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes. Mrs. C. W. Peterson, Mason City, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roupe. The Arthur Balmers, Dolliver, visited Mrs. Balmer's parents, the John Meines, Sunday. Edna Lauritzen is visiting relatives at Armstrong. C. W. Hanson is ill at home with the flu. MRS, MARY NEUMAN, SEXTON, HONORED ON 86TH BIRTHDAY 'Sexton, Mar. 28—Mrs. Mary Neuman reached her 82nd birthday last Thursday, and her daughter, Mrs. James Brophy, entertained at a surprise party in her honor, 20 women attending. The afternoon was spent at jigsaw puzzles, and short recitations were given by some of the guests. As a closing number the group sang Silver Threads Among the Gold, after which Mrs. IBrophy served lunch, which included a large angel food cake with lighted candles. Mrs. Neuman received a number of gifts, among them a potted plant. She lives winters with the Bro•phys. Her health is good, and she reads without glasses. She has seven daughters. Mrs. Jos. Aman and Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Algona, attended the party. The _, other daughters and relatives sent The El ' w ard Eisenschmidts, Du- greetings. buque, with Mrs. Clarence Ander- PARTY HONORS FENTON WOMAN ON BIRTHDAY Fenton, Mar. 28—Mrs. L».. J. Weisbrod was taken by surprise on her birthday anniversary Saturday evening, when relatives dropped in: Mrs. Carrie Haase, Fairmont, her family and the John Wallace, Walter Widdel, Charles Weisbrod, Harry Haase, A. H. Meyers, Viola Mitchell, and Herman Gaade families, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel, and Rose Weisbrod. FnJrvllIe I'nir Hurried— Ervm Schendel and Catherine Grossmeyer were married last Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Falr- vllle parsonage, the Hev. H. D. Stam'er officiating. Julius Schendel, brother of the bridegroom, and Eva Grossmeyer, sister of the bride, were attendants. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. F. Schendel, Lotts Creek, and the bride's parents live on a farm northeast of Cylinder. The couple wfll live on a dairy farm near Estherville where the bridegroom is employed. Bridge Clubs Are Entertained— Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz entertained their bridge club last Thursday evening. E. C. Weisbrod won the-high score; Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, consolation. Mrs. E. W. Ruske entertained her bridge club Saturday, and the high score was won .by Mrs. Charles Newel, the travel .prize by Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Farewell for Mrs. F. P. Newel- Mrs. R. W. Stoeber and Mrs. F. H. Eigler gave a farewell party for Mrs. F. P. Newel Saturday evening at the Stoeber home. Attending: Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod, R. C. Goetsch, O. H. Graham, E. C. Weisbrod, K. 0. Stephenson, and H. C. Lindsey, and Agnes Goetsch. Farm Bureau Women eet— The Farm Bureau met at Mrs. A. J. Krause's last week Wednesday, and The Making of-Clothing was the lesson. On the preceding Wednesday an all-day meeting was held at .Mrs. Everett Dreyer's. Mrs. Muriel Leave-rton, Algona, gave both lessons. Quilling Bee Is Given- Mrs. W. E. Stoeber was hostess at a quilting bee last Thursday. Attending: Mesdames Hattie Weisbrod, Edward Weisbrod, Edward Schlei, R. W. Stoeber, J. F. Newel, Li. J. Weisbrod, Samuel Warner, Emma Curry, and Herman Luedtke Sr. Other Fenton News. The W. V. Yagers and the Clarence Wegeners were Sunday visitors at G. W. Yager's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Whittemore, were at the parental L. J. Weisbrod's. The Dean Nellis family, Renwick, spent Sunday with Mrs. Nellis's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Kern. The Charles Newels and. Mrs. G. B. Johnson were at LeRoy Newel's, Hartley. The Edward Eisenschmldts, Du- burg, William Larkin, Lu Verne, Minn., and Tom Cullen, Cylinder, attended the funeral of Luke Donahue last week Tuesday morning. Ruth Balgeman, teacher at Sheffield, spent a spring vacation last week with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. 'Balgeman. Lola Baine, teacher at Gushing, -was also a guest of the Balgemans. Sunday guests at H. R. Zumach'a were Mrs. Robert Zumacli and daughter Ella, Algona; and the Wm. Rusches Sr., Wm. Rusch Jr., Wm. Leininger, and Mrs. Aurelia Ohm families. A "500" party was given at Herman Meyer's Sunday. Mrs. Herman Voight and Ernest Meyer won) high and Rosella Voight and Verda Meyer low. R. Rehmer, Lutheran teacher at Fenton, accompanied the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz to Whittemore Sunday and attended St. Paul's services here Viola Heller, R. N., spent Sunday with her sister Esther at Paul Leaverton's, Algona, also at the Henry Lavrenz home, Algona. The Walter Ohms, of Fenton, and the Roy Crawfords returned last week from St. Paul after visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Gille, Shull- burg, Wis., visited last week at Mrs. Gille's sister, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien's. June Thompson, operator at the Rusch beauty shop, visited over Sunday with her parents at Swea City. Harold Walker, Delavan, Minn, spent part of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. A boy was born Saturday to Mr. George Ainons Have Visitors— U. G. Schaben, Mrs. Calvin Heath, and her daughter Lillian, all of Chicago, and Mrs. Edw Valetine, Oakland, Calif., and her daughter Louise arrived at George Aman's Friday night for a visit till Monday. They also visited relatives at Wesley. Mr. Schaben and Mrs. Valentine are Ibrother and sister of Mrs. Aman, and the other women are nieces. Mrs. Valentine and her daughter had been at Des Moines and came from there. The party left Monday for Chicago, where Mrs. Valentine and daughter were to visit other relatives before returning to Oagland. Mrs. Valentine has two sons and a daughter at Chicago. Dean Taylor Is 4; Party- Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Taylor entertained at supper Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and their daughter Edith jn honor of the son Dean's fourth birthday An angel food cake with four tiny lighted candles centered the table The evening was spent at jigsaw puzzles. Mrs. John Wermersen Sick- Mrs. Harvey Steven came home Sunday from Algona, where she has to stay most of the time, caring for her mother, Mrs. John Wer- mersen. She returned to Algona Sunday evening, her mother being still poorly. Other Sexton News. Mrs. J. W. Harris and her daughter Marie were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harris's daughter Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona, and Mrs. Harris remained there for a week's visit. Mrs. G. B. Wise, son Herman, daughters Nell and Mrs. Drusilla Noble spent Sunday at Mack Wises near Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Wise moved there March 1•Mrs. Hallard Snyder and her two children accompanied the Henry Gerdes family, Titonka, to Humeston Sunday, called toy the death of an uncle. •Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham spent last Thursday at Fort Dodge where Mrs. Cunningham is having dental work done. The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. W C. Taylor. Confirmation at Whittemore Sunday Whittemore, Mar. 28—Confirma- Sirrtrpiu! 6conaucted ±'7 h ' I* 6 R6V - Mr - K ™e-» ton, in charge. Confirmants Maynard Roeber, Harold . son and Mrs. C. J. Shauger, Waterloo, who had visited at Nels Wilberg's, left for home last week Tuesday. Irene Newel, junior high teacher at Belmond, came Friday for vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel, and Helen Miller, Estherville, visited her till Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestadt entertained at six tables of "500 . . . the high score; Mrs. Walter Jentz, consolation. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod was guest at a one o'clock luncheon given by SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS •We have added to oiir regular auto glass servw complete line of window glass for homes. \Vhpn i* need of window glass it will pay you to get our It on our A quality glass. w prlc <> JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 MAKE YOUR BISCUITS AN| r TASTE BETTER VV| T | ARMOUR'S STAR PURE LARI ORANGES FOR TABLE • POTATOES ..-!!£• 15c RADISHES, Crisp, 3 Bunches lOc SPINACH, fresh, tender, 31bs 25c DEL MONTE CROSBY CORN . FULL STANDARD QUALITY CORN HEINZ BAKED BEANS . 3 NO. 2 CAN NO.2 CAN Se 25e MORTON'S SALT~ IODIZED OR PLAIN ! ! . PKQ' 9< WALDORF TISSUE 3 ROLLS 13, GOLD DUST PKQ. I7e KIRK'S HARDWATER CASTILE SOAP . . . . CAKE St NO. 4 CRUSHED ROCK SALT . . . •. . .T ALGB 59c BLOCKSALT £«?„ 4ac DAILY GROWTH FINE CHICK FEED . . . . ^ 37t DAILY GROWTH CHICK STARTER. . . > . € L ? COFFEE Eight OfW 1 COFFEE W^SSriiS^S^^ HOW CAN THESE EXPENSIVE COFFEES COST YOU SO LITTLE f Cor a ^o™ af ^ ttSZE3S~^-*~ Mrs. Clarence Householder, Lone i » .1 ** fine coffee§ c « Rock, and her children spent last e m lo vou fram ll " 1 week Wednesday at the former's brother W. R. Wolfe's. Karl Schwartz, freshman at Coe came -Friday for a week of vacation with his parents, Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. iDe 'La Hunt, Ames, and her ^»aren ^visited with the former's H. Graham, last at Verona Weisbrod has gone to Algona for an extended visit with her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. KrI ensky Peggy Wright, Algona, came Saturday to visit her cousin. Margaret ° n ' B0lng back Tuesday Mrs w °p a of ^'"f Clrcle * WedneTda? St ° 6berS last fine coffees coat *"••• J~-~ *«*MV •TOWHW WV from the planter direct—bought, a. roaited mud sold— mil t» A * P iindalUtonesmallproet. 7 * * Remember, the coffee you like belt It the bett for you, no matter what it coiu, ' EIGHT O'CLOCK""'" Mild and Mallow 19' Ib. RED CIRCLE Z"JS fMMM 211 AR COMII A- Vigoroui and Wln*y £9 THtCREAI ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO 3-51 Equal In though M flavor, fliMt" are pa btan,gnmit* In lheilo»J alto padud cut" Western Di. Clean Cotton Rags Wanted-Advi were SSd Arnold | Coach Delivered in Algona, $555 s """ in st!1 ii!.!! > .,? AR BARGAINS I S;^ 0 Chevrolet special sedan. Chevrolet coupe. 1930 Chevrolet coach os. Garage • Algona,

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