Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1933
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11*1988 CONFIRM 11 Apr> u—A class of Lys and six girl9, were morning at St. church, the Rev. KNOW HAS AN OFFICIAL STAT^RD? M vtnln '''»<!<, I»cs Moines.] KOS6TJTH COUNTY .ADVANCE. AlXiQNA, IOWA in Harold charge. Voight, Heldt, Ar- confirmation Schumacher. classing two Lead On, and The sang T he new pastor, the Rev. , ns a toon, Fred from neighboring congre- 'ttended, and the church to overflowing. «Entertain Miuif Guests— , n Heinrich, his son Edid Mrs. E. Heinrich, Addi- Mrs. Gustav Heinrich, of Mrs. Carl Lemke, Arthur, and Edgar ^Fairmont, and Mr. and Fred Peyman, Welcome, L ff ere over Sunday visitors at Heinrlch's and attended conation services at which Har- Kn o£ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinous confirmed. Other Sunday , r guests of the local Hein- w ere Mr. and Mrs. Henry Etendahl and Edward Wichten- •\Vest Bend, and Mrs. Anna ier Celebrates Confirmation— iy evening dinner guests at Meyer's were Mr. and Mrs. 1° Jessen, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ike/the Rev. and Mrs. Walter ier, son Norman, the Christ TS,' the Arthur Heldenwiths, [Henry Schultzes, and the Ige Schultzes, all of .Whitte- the Noah Relsners, Lotts •, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin (in and Edwin Greinarf, Fair|, Mrs. Herman Volglit was as- bg hostess and the occasion [the confirmation of fcr and Harold Voight. Atong with Its 'stnto flair ,|., )o song and stnto flower ,"*., B ;' " llflS an nPflnlnl „!..._ , .' . ""'I MOW siiys ern goldfinch, i ,. . " * -Tii m;j(> ;i« thli wild canary or Uin yellow bin!% \l , as the lettuce bird.' ' <lls " Webster's dictionary gold-finch is " a bird, with yellow and a red throat." Of course it is nasunml (hat eglsators knew all about I ^« tl£u . - »«le bit of feathered before they voted on ft. Tho v, sweet vnlcr nnrl thn attractiveness (i l.lm goldfinch m; ,| {( , j| W(! i colno ' "' RiH (I(M1H il.ticl t.llO llOITlG. "Whili. dud in bis goldfinch K.'ivb, (lie ninlo bird is readily Known, but. in winter, when it dons IMI> dull yt>llo\v-olivo dress of Us ni'ilo, it la liiirder t.o roc.ngni/e. "Tliistlc.down, plant .fibers, and „ BOm .?, " ' " ws also, that the ._„ not have cared much u i,,i,, ...•.«.,..m.,;,„;,a, 7iot, nesting slators inayjUio lall.nr half of June. ° r ° r nl(lers -before another. known instead of the well- from the region of or tivo unmarked, pale deposited in the of tho goldfinch is .. „ - - regon o n 1 r f the Bronx in New York City whirh ' " Rt;ulli " snri(1H « f 'Irops anrl ris- aome people occasion^^ ly lC!ComIin "' 1 ^ an intermittent 1nrvlalnf n «« -,. J we have now an officia blrd-the eastern goldfinch, otherwise known simply as the canary. Mere jsjvhat Frank G. Book of wild o about the wild canary .. The , goldfinch, known also as the yellow bird, wild canary, and lettuce ,b!r-d. is one of the most attractive of our common birds It Is small, 'but sociable in habits. The Verda , Kennc Birthday Observed— [tty relatives and friends gath- I last Thursday evening at idore Keene's to help him cele- i his 50th birthday. It was a rise. Cards were played at i tables, Mr. Keene was pre- led with a birthday cake decor- fwlth 50 candles. Lunch was 1 at midnight. Out of town were Mrs. Peter Andrew, rs. Keene's mother, Miss inga, niece of Mrs. Keene, and , Frank Kajewski, all of Al- rise for Lutheran Teacher— [embers of St. Paul's Lutheran 1 surprised H. W. Behnke, di|or of the parochial school, a ago Friday night, the occas- tteing his birthday anniversary. Icrowd gathered at the school- le. The evening was spent at ]s, and first prize was won by Behnke, second toy Alfred ;r, and a travel prize by Linda fflbnll LeiiBiic Is Talked— i Lutheran Y. P. s. met last : Wednesday evening at the Blhouse. Jobn Wolfe was re- Into membership. If there Iklttenball Hague this summer [society will have two teams, [of boys, the other of girls. i will be a meeting next week night at the school- i to decide about the league. I Faculty Is Reflected— I public school teachers 'here i been rehired, but at reduc- i In wages. Florence Lynch, '•falls, is principal; Verna iel, Norway, Iowa,' high »| teacher; Mildred Lindstrom, City, grade teacher; Nettie Boone, primary. Supt. P. '""•' was elected last year ,„..,, witter. „ form its chief food. . In autumn and winter, the birds and parks in search of sunflower soeds. "If you would like to see this bird about tho garden allow some lettuce plant to blossom and boar sends. "The actions of the goldfinch resemble those-of the canary in a cage at its seed cup. The goldfinch winters in tho United States and broods from Virginia and Missouri oxson ' Marvel Elbert, and Mildred F drove to Mason city Saturday.' They called at Leo Elbort's Garner. The Martin Carpenter's hardware store last week Tuesday evening, and an all home team is planned. George Dunn is manager, Carl Fisherback, bu fand re Lee S C^ nlE :r° tS ; """"^ and trouurw «d cTcU Spencer?.^ ^'» °[ Polor.on is booMn, agent. . TITONKA H, S, PUPILS WRITE 1-ACT PLAYS i — . , Tilonlui, Apr. 11—The high •school's public speaking class gave two one-net plays before the assembly I'Yiiliiy. Moth plays worn writ- Inn by pupils, (.ho first written by Viola Rike, Kdwa.nl Snathoff, Don"Id Mania, and Arlo Larson, and MonfiM was director. The cast con- liol'f, Donald Banta,' William ^Kennedy, Arlo Larson, Lester Eden, and Anna Welhousen. Tho second was Tho Country Cousin, written by Loraine Peterson, Joseph Stecker, Fannie Pannkuk, and Anna Wel- housen, with Loraine as director, and the following cast: Loraine Peterson, Josephine Stecker, Fan- nip, Pannkuk, Anna Welhousen, Edward Saathoff, Russell Kuchenreu- ther, Edward Steqker, George Sachau, and Viola Rike. The teacher is Allone Johnson. George Meyer's. Mra. Campbell and Mr. Nlssen are sister brother of Mrs. Meyer. Sunday dinner guests at and Knt.orcd in Music Contest The high school orchestra, and James Logan, who plays a trom- - district music contest at Mason City this week Saturday. man Strueckers, Fenton; the August Berriaus, West Bend; and the Robert Braatz family, southeast of To Hold Church McetlnRS- I'. T. A. Winds Up Season— The last meeting of the (P. T. A. this season was held in. the high school auditorium Monday night The Titonka P. T. A. was one of three associations which bad a membership ten per cent above last year's. The other two were at Fort Dodge and Spencer. The program was: trio, teachers; violin solo, Viola Rike; cornet solo Mildred Krantz; talk, Doctor Sartor, Relation Between Health Officer and the .School; talk, Doctor I Torgerson, Effects of Dental Campaign talk; Supt. C. A. Hoon, Teaching of Health in the school; demonstration on health, boy scouts. M,. ar ,,t -MT T , I Tlle liev ' F 1 - °- .Johnson announc- Mr. and Mrs. John ^Lauhenthal | R d church meetings from Tuesday to Friday of this week at La.kota. The Hov. Mr. Howe, of Buffalo Center, is assisting. and Lucian Meurer visited Monday at Nick Laubenthal's, of Emmetsburg. John and Nick are brothers, and Nick is an uncle of Lucian. Daniel Naas, Estherville, son of James Mnyno Loses Brother- Julius Naas, spent Sunday with his uncle, Adolf Naas. Leona, daughter of Adolf, was a member of a Lutheran confirmation class. 'Peter, Andrew, and Frank Elbert visited one day last week at Leo Elbert's at Garner. Leo is Peter's son, and Frank and Andrew are Leo's brothers. Verena, daughter of Mr, and Mrs A. J. Kaschmiter, was sick last week. Verdell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Lauritzen, has also been sick. Carl Krahn returned Sunday from Portage, Wis., where he had James Mayne Sr. received word Friday of the death of his oldest a ] brother, who lived in Illinois. He was unable to go to the funeral. Touchers Are Keelceted— Friday night the school board re- olecled the present staff of teach- spent a week with his Mrs. Albert Dumke. daughter, A girl has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert, who now have two girls and four boys. Catherine Sullivan, Ledyarcl, has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.'Henry Felder. Neighbors and other friends were entertained Friday evening at George Winkel's. The Rev. Mr. Kabelitz, Fenton, was a Sunday dinner guest at Herman Voight's, Ada Pyncheon, R. N., Rochester, came recently to visit the P. J. Foxsen's. The William Vaudts, Lu Verne, were Sunday guests of local relatives. hford ithree-yi ear contract. K«ne Birthday Observed— We Lynch, music director? pa pupils Monday for a coun- Ray h * Quinn ' lola and "»'. June Wehrapan, Alvera take, Hth, » n , and Lillian ana Grace Carlisle. Sample u, e BeerJ- ' John on , G S2f Martlnl - and Louis he , ther the y sampled isjtorh em to say. Changed- ausep. AlgonaT who on" rink here: sch °°l music L'W-aS'S.I "'!"•*'•• '»"'ufSr^»«« al Algona April 29. ' : ?feS^^^fc- LEDYARD S, S, HAS PROGRAM FQRJASTER Ledyard, >Apr. 11—Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the Methodist Sunday school will give the following program: Prelude, Mrs. Barrett; hymn, congregation; scripture and prayer, the Rev. Mr. Johnson; anthem, Awake to Glory, choir; Welcome, Margaret Yahnke; Easter Cheer, Delorls IVJayne; I Am Glad, Wentworth Girls; The Easter Candle, 'Beatrice Siefert; The Great; Crusade, 'four boys; A Traffic Signal, Jean Estle; Easter Bells, Mrs. Mayer'e class; play, A Better World for All. •Sing Your Best, Phyllis Strand; Easter Pansies, four girls; Everybody on the Program, John Wentworth; announcements, the Rev.' Mr. Johnson; offertory; baptismal; Crosses of Blessing, five girls; An Easter Picture, Maxine Sl^ ! J^'iI~ L ^ tte ^^l""ldrB;um«m has been ill the Other Ledyard News. .Lars Sknar and John Steinberg were in Blue Earth last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and Wallace visited at Estherville the same day. The W. F. M. S. meets Friday with Mrs. Roy Link. Mrs. H. D. Mayne leads the devotional and Mrs. George Thompson the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. George Watts, of Albert Lea, are parents of a girl, horn March 29. Mrs. Watts will be remembered as Alberta Jorgenson. Prank Junkins, Mildred Adams, and Mrs. C. T. Junkins, of Omaha, came Saturday bringing home F. S. Jenks, who has been visiting there. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. Burrows last Thursday. Tentative plans were made for a "Seth Parker" program sometime soon. The Leon Wordens were in Algona Saturday on business and thence went to Seneca to visit the Ed Campbells. A. E. Lauritzen was in Klemme last week Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reddinger, of Des Moines, came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Blanche Jenks a week. Mrs. Chas. Gable's brother Walter Ruhnke, of Amboy, Minn., came last Thursday for a few days- visit. H. A. Wright, Algona, and an old time resident here, was In town last Thursday calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jenson, Buffalo Center, and Herbert spent Friday at Glenn Yahnke's. D. A. Carpenter accompanied Adolph Friest to Albert Lea with, a load of cattle Friday. Ruth Jones visited at Livermore and Adelaide Randall at 'Mason Jity over the week-end. Mrs. M. Green, of Blue Earth, has been visiting Mrs. D. A. Car- senter the past week. George Potter, of Rolfe, came for his parents, who had been here several weeks, Friday. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford, and Mrs. Frank Reddinger were in Algona Monday. , Mildred and Harold Granner vis- ted their parents at Paton Saturday and Sunday. Rex Austin, of Titonka, spent Saturday and Sunday at J. W. Hartshorn's. Leader L,eads five children; If, j amair group; ; A Radiogram Jim- mle Reece; Go Quickly and Tell, B ehrends, of Lakota, fl fln B1 he Jenks Jast eece; o uic , ,„,, Lillian Wentworth; play Children I ft m Engelb were enter . of the Way; Christ is Risen, Miss p s. Jenks Home «• Pingel's Entertains at, Rally— The Epworth League entertained at a group rally last week Monday night. Towns represented were Algona, Burt, Titonka, and Woden. A musical program was given by League and church members. The •main speaker was the Rev. Ralph Baker, Woden. Games were played and lunch was served by local League members. Women who helped serve were Mesdames R. L. Krantz, Ray Oesterreicher, L. B. Larson, and Fremont Faul. Record Attendance at E. L. The Epworth League met Sunday night; Lois Heifner, Barbara Ball, and Edithmae Budlong, hostesses. The meeting was held at the Rev. Fremont Faul's. Leaders were Helen Beed and Fern Krantz, and 40 young people attended, the largest number ever out for a League meeting here. Mrs. R, C. Ball Hostess— Mrs. R. C. Ball entertained at bridge .last week Wednesday night. Attending: Mesdames Jay and Roy Budlong, M. S. Craven, Lee O Wolfe, S. J. de Vries, Pierre Sartor, H. A. French, Homer Downs Harry Beed, John Fisher, and George Bonacker. Street tffrlits Are Now Off— The council has recently decided on no more street lights this season. The high line company declined to lower the rate. Last week Wednesday night was the first time the lights were off. Other Titonka News. Last week Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, of Burt, entertained at a bridge party, and attending from here were Arthur Jay Budlong, Phydells Peterson, Donald Bacon, Ethel Wellmeyer, Bradford Buffington, and Delma Henderson. The Blanchards formerly lived here. C. A. Hoon, Mrs. Milton Pendergast, Doris Stott, and Mra Mary Oesterreicher accompanied Maxine Stott, spelling contest winners here, to Algona last week Wednesday afternoon. Maxine is in the sixth grade, and her teacher is Mrs. Oesterreicher. Hazel Budlong, Hampton teacher, was here last week for a spring vacation with her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong, and her sister Edith, who works in a Hampton bank, was here for the week-end, both going back Sunday. The Woman's club meets Thursday, Mrs. Mary Sartor and Mrs Mary Oesterreicher, hostesses; leader, Mrs. Frances Budlong; lesson, review of a book by Iowa author. Roll call will ibe on incidents of pioneer life. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson, accompanied by Raymond and Arnold Ricklefs, Robert Budlong, Stephen de Vries, Russell French, and Roger Larson, attended a show at Britt last week Tuesday night. ' The Howard Andrews family has been spending a few days at Swea City with Mrs. Ora Simons, who has been ill. Mrs. Simons is Mrs. Andrews' sister. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven were Saturday and Sunday guests at PHOTOS SHOW LONG BEACH STIUJHERE «y Nellie 0. Ilowyer. Los Angeles, Mar. 27—I am sending picturos taken at Long Beach w)ii('l) show that (Tic cif.y was not l.ol.iilly <l(!Kl.i'oyc><l, us has bnen re- porUxl in somo ntiw»pfi,pcrs. I miuin ii.tinl.lit'.r visit recently to l;(>nK He;ic,h. find I.II.HUH! with a mirnlmr ol' former Algoninrm living l.horo, also with a representative of l.lu! Long Jtp.nch Olinmbor of Oom- Ttin pfof.urM Mrs. Kowynrsent iir« of llio l/ong Hwio.h business swrlion and lire of <lonl)ln.posl]- cnrd si/p. Many t'nll IniililinKS lire In sl|rht, and tin-re is no sl),m of <Iex1riic1,ion. Kiich pic- hire carries a photographer's af- fidnvlt Hint It was Inken nftcr I ho (funk*;. One picture shows n full apartment building where Mrs. .Hepburn, mother of Mrs. Murrey Lufflinin lives. In the snine picture is a three or four- story building owned liy Henry Wiielnn, former Algoninn. merce. According to their reports no gas mains broke and there were no fires except, two or three small nntiH, such as are apt, to occur any limn. Only two or l:liren derricks in the oil t'.ields were burned. Llfflits Out Only Short Time. Tilin lights were out only for a short time twice on the night, of l.liR ()ual<e. No oil tanks a.t Long HttiK'.h burned, nor- wns there a flood from broken nuiins. At Ali- rnitos Hay, extreme eastern part of the city, built on sand brought in. from tho ocean, small streams of water squirted up through the ground, but this did not last long. It may, however, have, caused the report that the water mains broke. Mrs. Fellows and I were downtown in Los Angeles one day this week, ilmt saw no damage on the main streets except two old "buildings on Spring street. I'ongburn Home Uudly Damaged. The Geo. W. Pangburn home at Long Beach was seriously damaged. Mrs. Pangburn remarked that she had gone through the grasshopped plague, a cyclone, and now an earthquake, but she preferred the quake. It is said that the greatest loss of life was caused by people rushing outdoors, where brick from the buildings fell on them. I think Algona's good builder, Hal Cowan, Sunday. Janice Williams, of Van Meter, Lakota Aid Entertained— ; , - . ., , . . T _. „.. •Mrs. L. A. Nitz entertained the; spent the week-end, at L. W. Wie- Lakota Lutheran Aid last week jeer's. • Guests from here Marjone Stranahan and Mrs. A. R. Lauritzen were m Algona Fri- Wednesday. accom Panied were Mesdames Fred Baumann, I Burrows, Pingle, Max Nitz, Yahnke, i-aw- August Gelhaus, Lauritzen, Moyer, Richard Zielske, and Irene. Itaselmll Team Is Planned— Ut s P,.,^ uest8 ek> In ^e af t'er- Meine -' gfrls - serv 'ees at -~t«;r JlQ llr . *•**« 4U.9V. '' "ernion ' pa8t °r, gave Ms of the ."'"ess O j „* wwi u 01 tae s^r- »• « 9lf,o ^ patlen j A baseball meeting was held at Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance Advance Publishing Co the Leslie Bogges home, Esther- vine. - Barbara Ball entertained the Young People's bridge club Friday evening. Harley Larson won the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast, were at Fort Dodge Friday evening. Evan Winters, who had been in a hospital at Iowa City several months, is now at home and able to be around some. The Ted Dunmires, Allene Johnson, and Lela B. Stephens drove to Des Moines Friday evening for the week-end with relatives. Vernella, Earl, and Lela Zweifel entertained at orchestra practice Saturday night. The H. A. Frenches were at Swea City Monday night, guests of the E. L. Hansens, formerly of Titonka. The 'Floyd Hitchenbergers, Fort Dodge, were Sunday callers at the Robert Callies home. The William Batt family, of Titonka, called on Algona relatives Sunday. Frank Hogan went to Iowa Falls last Thursday for a few days with relatives. • Mrs. .Raymond Bonacker entertained at 'luncheon last Thursday. County Supt. Shirley visited the local schools last Thursday. Specials at the CouncilOak 19c 25c Post Toasties, 2 large pkgs. Green Beans, 3 med. tins Tomatoes, solid OC pack, 3 No. 2 cans 4wOC Evergreen Corn, No. 2 can Soap Flakes, 5 Ib. box ,. 1 Oatmeal, 20 oz. pkg. . Garden Seeds, jper pkg. • Onion Sets, 12 Ibs A NEW COLEMAN MANTLES UUeitcttvr Light The new and improved Coleman Mantle* produce better light and a third more of it. They are made of special treated rayon fiber and saturated with the purest of light giving cliemical& They are tougher, more flexible, withstand shocks and jars .. . made stronger to last longer. Scientifically correct in design, size and mesh. No side seams. Reinforced across bottoms where pressure is strongest Always uniform quality... the best. Made especially for use on Coleman Lamps and Lanterns. Buy them by the package. THE COLEMAN LAMP &• STOVE CO. WichiU, K«<i». Phil«4«lp|ii«, P». C(lic*QQ« ({(• LpV ^tfflttfth Oltjf, ASK YOUR DEALER Pineapple, sliced, No. 21/2 6,*n Celery, large bunch Pineapple Wafers, 2 Ibs Dill Pickles, quart jar Easter Dyes, 2 dime pkgs'. Peaberry Coffee, White Rice, whole grata, 3 Ibs. „ Jelly Beams, Bound bag ______,. ...8c 25c .5c ..4c I5c 15c lOc 25c 15c 15c 19c lie 12c would be shocked to see how flimslly some of our fine-looking buildings were constructed. News of Former Algonlans. Ruth Doxsee, daughter of C. M. Doxsee, Redwood City, has a position as librarian at Wes'twood. Mrs. L. V. Andrews, mother of Dr. W. D. Andrews, has for some time been assistant matron in one of the dormitories at Westwood connected with the University of California at Los Angeles. Yesterday H. C. Adams had busi- ness at Pasadena, and ihe took Mrs. A. D. Clarke and me along. We took advantage of the opportunity to call on the R. H. Millers at San Marino. Irene Miller, her husband, and the two children were there. Irene was seriously sick a long time after Thanksgiving, but is now much improved. The children are John, 4, and Marilyn, 19 months. The Millers have a large, fine home, and their 1% acres of ground is most beautiful with flowers, shrubs, and fruit trees. Mrs. miller's mother, Mra. Jonathan Wiii- kel, lives with them, and though she Is now In her 81st year she i» quilting a quilt. ALGO'NA MERCHANTS who 1M* **• sales books of any kind are Invited to place orders with the Advance and thus leave a little of th» money at home. Quality and prices guaranteed equal to any quoted by traveling- solicitors. A New Deal for Algona I We now announce the opening of our | Complete Super Service Station j= at corner of Jones and State Streets, formerly Clapp's Service Station. |! Won't you call and inspect our repainted and fully equipped establishment. H Our principal lines are GOODYEAR PRODUCTS, Exide Batteries, Standard Oil H These leading lines in their fields, plus our own ideas of friendly, courteous ser•^ vice will assure you maximum value and satisfaction. This is a 100 per cent home-owned station. Deldutch Super Service S DELL MAHAN H OIV THE JOB TO SERVE YOU H Car Washing Specialized Lubrication = We will call for and deliver your car. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ DUTCH LOEENZ = 55 Brake Adjusting SB Phone 33 Don't take a CHANCE on thin slick tires! Remember that brakes stop only your wheels-it takes tires that grip to stop your car. For your own and your family's safety, buy new Goodyears now—the new cost is so small it's not worth thinking about and you may save a lifet'T'.'? of vain regret. The Quality Tire within reach of all! Stepped up in safety — in appearance — in mileage—stepped duuin in price! The new Goodyear Pathfinders are even better than 17,000,000 former Pathfinders which made a reputation for $ ^1*50 thrift. Priced as low as ' *y *ff° The World's Most Popular Tire Year in and year out, on the basis of tested quality, the public continues to buy more Goodyear All-Weathers than any other tire. Greater mileage, greater traction, greater safety and low prices all contribute to still greater value in the 1933 $ W .65 edition! Priced as low as AND UP TRADE-IN? SURE! Get ready for spring! You can trade in old tires now on Goodyear All-Weathers-one tire or a set. DELDUTCH Super Service Station East of Swift's. Phone 83 We call for and deliver your car. piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiin^ Chevrolet's Standard Six j Coach Delivered in Algona, $555 S New in styling, more economical, and featuring Fisher No-Draft Ventilation. S Parts and Accessories. , Batteries $4.50 and $5.95 Exchange, USED CAR BARGAINS S R ne i2?° % hevrolet special sedan. 1930 Chevrolet coach = One 1929 Chevrolet coupe. 1929 Chevrolet Sedan We are equipped to do A No. 1 Fender and Body Work. Kohlhaas Bros. Garage »-9!fln . .. .lw PhoBie 200. \ l - \ '&*• 4jfe.^4'.^&g^J

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