Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 5
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;no: TIN SHOP ft 6lchWfliS m a bte gC ° n S_ V2! water sy0< jjjlj pump 8 - jlopair Stock. L Dodge Pl«>n« 88 [orrison Beauty Shop I 75c 50c bnie I shampoos --• hger Waves i extra charge on end curls. in and ask about our >oquignole ermanents at $2.50 Phone 279 [MEAT.. , TENDER MEAT it's Our Hobby Today Try a T-Bone | Sirloin or Round i will find our steaks nder and juicy. ou want meat, such as roast for dinner, our Delivery starts from our [at 8 o'clock, so place brder early. [have three deliveries in irenoon, 8, 9, and 11 k; two deliveries in. the loon. [WANT YOUR EGGS [pay by grade or give pat price (case run)— ay to please our trade. pay cash same as ! or Dreesman Produce , or Ic more in trade. imOQDSHOP oss the Road from Nile's Shoe Store. ITE-WAY >OD STORE —• Specials for SATURDAY tsSafa* .21 c "' 2 1 f ws; ^i. 1 - J5c « lilt* FOOD ,.23c .ISc jSf^ ;;---—-H?iS ueet flan, V^P, . . __,: AuvAfNUijj, AL.GQNA, IO Tw^TicketsjnJTown ElectionHBrin DOCTOR WAITE REELEGTED AS FENTON MAYOR •Ponton, Apr. 3—Election of town officers was held at the opora house last week Monday, and the results follow: Mayor—13. G. Weisbrwl, 01, Dr. J. T. WaLte, 83; Councilman— W. E. Stoeber, fiO, J. P. Newel, (i!), F. J. Welebrod, 108, A. II. Krause, IttC, L. J. Welsbrod, 01, O. II. Graham 60! treasurer—C. II. Geron.sln, 112; assessor, W. C. Stomor, 125. Dr. Waite was elected mayor and Mes- srs. Krauso P. J. and Charles \vols- brod and Fauorby councllmen; Mr. Qeronsln, (treasurer; Mr. Stamer, assessor. There were Us ballots altogether. Robert Vocttlers Arc Hosts The following persona were enitor- talned at Robert Voettler's Easter Sunday: iMr. and (Mrs. R, Wehr- spanti and Elvira the Ernest Voett- !crs,, Mrs Kotc llant:«-mann, daughters, Ruth and Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence FTantU'munn, Mr. a-id Mils Arnold Hantlemann, Mr and Mrs George Stems, daughter sliir- ley, Hlldreth Petit, Olaf Norland, Adoflph W«hrspann, and Mr. and Mrs John Vootitler Former Barber Here In Visit— Druggist and Mrs. P. II. Elgler Were hoqta to the S. J. Stehlcs, Algona, last week Monday evening. Mr. Stehle was among the town's earliest business men. At that time Mr. Stehle, who now operates an Al. gona shop, hod a barber shop here. Mrs. Stehle was one of the Ziemer girls, whose parents were formers near Femton. Doctor Whitlow In Change— Tho Cecil Baileys, Rook Rapids, their daughter La Vonne, and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow, Swea City, and her children, spent Sunday at Prank Bailey's. Doqtor Whitlow recently sold his veterinary practice and will locate at Armstrong >to succeed Doctor Schrecengost, who will go to California. Party Visits at Dos Moines— Oliver Stoeber and Gladys Stoeber, tho former's father-in-law, Leonard Madden, and Lola Warner motored to Dee Moines Saturday, returning Sunday. The Stoebers visited their parents, |thelr father being in a hospital there, and Lola visited a brother. Show Company Takes Vacation— The Tllton-G-uthrio show which had. been playing here every Tuesday nighit has stopped coming and the players are having a two weeks vacation before starting- the spring circuit in a tent. Easter Cantata is Given— The Redemption, an Easter cantata given at the Methodist church Sunday nightt, drew a large attendance. There were 31 voices directed by (Mrs. Walter Wedsbrod. Leaguers Have Early Breakfast— Thirty-six Epworth Leaguers had a breaikfast at the church Sunday momdn ff at 6 o'clock. It was prepared by the League cabinet and the sponsor was Mrs. Alfred Meyers. 22 Children Are Confirmed— On Easter Sunday morning 22 children were confirmed at ithe Methodist church and were instructed by the pastor, itho Rev. J. T. Snyder. Girl for Donald Weisbrod— Mr. and Mrs, Donald Welebrod have a new daughter, -Mrs. Fred Dau is talcing care of Mrs. Weisbrod and /the baby, Haack Baby Has Pneumonia— The Otto Haack baby has been seriously sick with pneumonia, and Leona Blerstedt, Lone Rock, has been nurse. Otto Haacks Lose Baby— The five months baby of Mr. and Mrs. Qtto Haack, northwest of Fen ton, died Saturday afternoon of pneumonia. Walte Heads Home Oil— The Home Oil company has elected Dr. J. T. Waite president and E. A. Huskamp vice president. FENTON NEWS Fred 'Bailey, Iowa Palls, his sons James, Fred, and 'Paul, and Frances Bailey, Brltt teacher, came Friday for a short visit at Prank Bailey's. Mr. Bailey, Fred, and Frances vent back Saturday, James and Paul remaining for a longer visit. Mrs. Harry Wdddel entertained at four tables of bridge Saturday afternoon. Priaes were given for the highest score at each table, and win- nwa were Mrs. Walter Ohm, Mrs, Weber Yager, Mrs. Fred Weisbrod, and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson. Mesdames o. H. Graham, E. C. Weisbrod and Charles Schemmel were entertained at bridge at Mrs. *red Bonn's hurt week Monday evening, and Mrs. Graham won the nigh score. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berens, en route to Tllston, Manitoba, stopped over nlgftt at Dr. J. A . Muller's nome last week Monday. Mrs. Ber- A is Is a cousin of Doctor Mueller. Mrs. Harry Widdel and (her mother. Mrs. Nels Wllburg, attended at meeting of fihe Seneca Aid at Mrs. Martin Wilburg's, northeast of Fenton, lafct Thursday. Opal Meyers entertained at two tables of bridge Saturday afternoon, and 'Irene Newel won the high score. Verona, Welsbrod received a guest prize. Mr. and Mrte. Chris Godferson, 'nested, Went last week Monday with Mm Godferson' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dempaey. Margaret Stephenaon returned to Out Votes persons Of, or over residing in Iowa who 'Have not. a dollar a day income entitled to -pension. State commission must first nml any suoh person unable to earn dollar a day. If any such, person earns up to $100 annually, that sum not taken into consideration in fixing amount of pension Pension cannot be more tlian ?2f> a month, and earning over $100 operate to reduce pension. State commission will not necessarily fix any pension at $25. It may bo any amount less. J'orsons \VIro Are Barred. No pension if applicant lias child or other person able to furnish support. No pension for anyone already receiving aid or inmate of any Jail, asylum, or other reform institution. None for husband wife, or children-deserters. _No pension, for anyone wtoo gives away property in order to Ijecome eligible. Residence and Cilkcnsliip. Applicant must have resided in county two years; in state three years continuously; have had domicile (legal residence) in state ten years, but. absence U P to 18 months not counted. I'roperly f or J'ensionairos. Amounts paid as pension lien on property of applicant; at (loath state files claim for total plus G per cent annual interest against estate. State commission may require transfer of all property as condition of pension. Concealment of income or property carries penalty of twice amounts paid as pension. Procedure l>y Applicants. Applicants file applications with county board. County (board investigates and makes recommendation to state commission. Decision up to state commission. I'f application rejected, applicant may appeal to district court. Where pensions not granted persons in need will have to rely on board of supervisors or other sources of help as heretofore. Miscellaneous. Pension grants must be newed yearly. Funeral expenses up to $100 paid. Pensions cannot be L ° faf> at A1 eona last week Wednesday, after several days here with Haael WeJsbrod. The Rev. ana j^,.. j, Tt Snyder motored to Armstrong' Monday (to •"Wend a meeting of Metnodols,t mln- Mra Carrie Hafcse, Fairmont, and »«• eong Gall and Clifford visited **» Henman Gades tost week flay Florence Wefcfcrod, t^aoher at >wet>, epent Jest week a* ber par- ems, Mr. and MI», w«l WeJetorod'a Doctor EHtewwth, tormer Fenton w of BettoervUte. called fejHN> $4* week Sunday. Is «!«*, tend and are exempt from debt. Any false representations by applicant or anyone else punishable as misdemeanor. 'Pensions paid by warrants from state comptroller, who at present is C. B. Murtag'h, of Algona. No pensions paid before November 1, 1934. Few Will Be Pensioned. •State commission will likely be compelled to be hard-boiled because of lack of funds. 'Estimated that $2 a head state tax for old age pensions will yield about $1,000,000. If divided equally among counties this would be $10,101 to county. It each pension were for $25 a month, that would be $300 a year, and $300 into $10,101 would average only 33 pensions to county. >Law does not require allocation of funds by counties, and state commission will probably rule it will consider all cases on merits without reference to county of origin, giving preference to cases anywhere need is i greatest. In t/his event pensions assigned will probably be difficult to get. re- LOST CHURCH, A PLAY, GIVEN BY BURT CAST Burt, Apr. 3 — Many attended The Lost Church, presented >by the W. H. M. S. at the Methodist church Sunday evening. It showed the benefits of a oliurch to a community and what would he the results should the church be lost. Jay D. Graham took the part of a man of the world; Mrs. A. G. Volentine, his wife; Glenn Volentine, their son; Doretta Stewart, their daughter; Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Doretta's Sunday school teacher; George Gray, a neighbor; Lois Graham, spirit of the church; Maybelle Gray, spirit of ignorance; Vcra Ohipman, spirit of social injustice;, (Ruth Bettin, spirit of sin; Evelyn \ Neitzel, spirit of spiritual darkness. The play was well given Mrs. L. E. Roetman directed. Easter Religious Drama Is Given at Good Hope Church Cowl Hope, Apr. 3—The Easter service at Good Hope Sunday was participated in by a congregation which filled the church to comfort- liblc capacity. A program including miiKoial numbers by a mixed choir and a young men's chorus was giv- on, and a religious drama. Tho First Easter at Bethany, carried tin appropriate message o t Inspiration. Characters in the drama were taken by Evelyn Crulkshank, Martha Madson, Mabel Gustafson, Bernice Dodds, Maxine and Doris Mlttag, and Shirley A.na Harvey. The usual Easter offering WCLS taken. A specaajl contribution by the women of the church for the Methodist hospital at Sioux City brought in a case and a half of fresh eggs. Blossom Jleclccted Mayor— The town election last week Monday was quiet, with less than 100 votes cast. There was but one candidate for each office, and with the exception of a few scattering votes, each candidate was elected almost unanimously. C. H. Blossom was re-elected mayor, G. J. F.. Vogel treasurer, and J. P. Cunningham, assessor. P. L. Dremmel, C. B. Chipman, IL. A. Boetteher, C. C. Smith, and Dr. iR. H. Thompson were elected councilmen. The latter three are new members on the council. New Tin Shop Started— •Clifford Schrader !has rented the •Stow building, which has been occupied toy the Nelson Hamburger Shop, and has opened a tin shop. Mr. iSchrader has had experience in this work, having worked at the trade for some time in Milwaukee. Mrs. Edna Nelson and iamily have moved into the rooms above Swift & Co. Women Hoar Medical Talks— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. F. 'L. Pratt's with Mrs. Donald Weir as assistant hostess. The program consisted o£ a paper, "The Biography of pasteur," 'by Mrs. K. J .'Smith, and a talk, "The Conquest of Disease," by Dr. Melvin <3. Bourne, of Algona. Melvin lladeke Hurt in Fall— Melvin, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. lladeke, fell from the loft of the W. J. Davison barn last week Tuesday. No hones were broken, but for several days he suffered from a partial paralysis and was unalble to walk, but is now much improved. Clifford Holding Laid Up— Clifford Holding sprained his ankle very badly last week Monday, when he Jumped from ihis truck to the ground. He has been laid up with it ever since. Mrs. Holding and son Kay Edwin have also been quite ill with severe colds or "flu" the past week, Change at Bettin Grocery— Gus Krause, Fenton, who recently bought out the Art Bettin grocery, took possession last week. He will not move his family here until after the close of the school year. Mr. Bettin will assist in the store for a time. Church Meeting is Planned— The annual Presbyterian Congregational meeting will be held at the church Friday evening. Easter Dinner Draws Crowd— The Aid served its annual Easter dinner Friday. A very good crowd attended in spite of the snow storm and blocked condition of the walks and roads. Brother of Pattersons in Howard Patterson, Billings, Mont., spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, and brothers C. W. and G. W. Patterson. Two Hurt Boys in CCC— Elmer Hansen and Edward Polhemus will go to Mason City today to begin work with the C. C. C. Other Sort News. Russell Chipman came borne Saturday for a visit wit*, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. For the past several months he has been engaged in. making a survey of the waste and timber 'land of six counties in tihe southeastern part ol the state. He was last stationed at Mt. Pleasant. Mr aad Mrs. Harold Graham ano two children, Allen Graham, and Miss Belto, Des Moines, were week- guests at »e j H. Graham ae. Tb* 0, H. Grahams, Feoton, wew also Swday dinner flraham home on (lie I$order— The William Eastcrlye, Neelin, Manitoba, lefit last Thursday after a week at AV. J. Bourne's. They reported times in Canada at about the same degree of recovery as in, the United States, a.nd the bootlegger more active than ever. Owing to cheaper liquor in ithe United States •tho. bootlegging tide has turned, and liquor is now being illegally run across the border into Canada. In ag- ricultlral products wheat is being bootlegged into this country from same trucks carrying back hogs for isame trucks carryng' back hogs for liigher prices in Canada. We had "thought 'that repeal of the 18ith amendment was going to stop all this disrespect for the law. Is it possible ithat we have been kidding- ourselves, or has some one been, doing It for us. Bake Sale is Success— An Aid stove demonstration and bake sale at the Nelson hardware Saturday was 'highly successful and kept the women busy till well into the evening. en Reid Homo Again— Ben Reid was well enough to be brought home Saturday from ' the Kossuth hospital, where ho had been a patient ton days. OLD SETTLER AT ARMSTRONG DIES MAR, 26 vSen'cca, Apr. 3—The community was shockptl la.st week to hear of the sudden death of Mrs. Fred Houseman, old settlor at Armstrong. Dearth resulted from paralytic (stroke suffered Monday morning, which started in a foot and gradually mov. <xt upward till death late Monday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Osborn and her daughter Paulino attended the fun'oral last Thursday. Tarty Honors Elvira Krausc— Mrs. Truman Johnson gave a •luncheon and entertainment at two tables of bridge last Thursday in honor of Elvira Krause, -Feirton, Garner teacher who was spending Easter at home. Guests were Mesdames Everett Dreyor, Al Zumach, •Howard Header, Amos Finneatad, Ray Stoeber and Clarence Wagner, Feruton, and Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Mns. Osbom won the high Score, Mrs. Stoeber low, Mrs. Howard Reed. or the travel prize. Party Honors Verona. Wcisbrod— Mm. Clarence Osborn and Pauline Osborn were among guests at a luncheon at Mrs. S. W. Meyer's, Fenton, Friday, in honor of Verona Welsbrod, Fenton who was spending Blaster with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod. Irene Newel won the high score, and Verona was presented with ithe guest prize. Co w At&cks George Johnson- George Johnson was confined to bed a few diays last week because of injuries in Ms right leg received when he was kicked by a cow and trampled. J. II. Jensen Buys Cattle— J. H. Jensen was a business caller ait Dee Moines last week. He purchased a carload of cattle which arrived at Fenton Friday. SENECA NEWS Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. Martin Wilberg, two eons, Mrs. Linus Jen- PAGE mmmmm sen, daughter Beverly, Mrs. Jos. Madden daughter, and Mrs. Anna Osborn, and her daughter Pauline "Jim" Kelley has been suffering tepent Saturday afternoon ait Her- •veral weeks with abmssprl it«vt-Vi rmm Struecker's. Other Good Hope. several weeks with abcossed teeth. The condition is bad enough to require the extraction of most of them. The Raymond Reids have moved to Algona from Hobarton, and are located near Mrs. Reid's parents, Mr. and Mils. Edw. Bartlett. A dinner at the Kenneth Rut- Qedge's Sunday was in honor of Kenneth's birthday. The guests were immediate relatives. The L. A. S. meets at Mrs. Orlen Rutledge's this week Thursday, Mrs. William Rath assisting:. Assessors Have to Return to the Job Because the new old age pension law requires assessors to list everybody over 21, men as well as women, instead of merely men between 21 and 45 as formerly, the assessors have had_ to be given extra time, t'ae law in question having been passed after most of them had completed their work. Tihey are now to report the extra names by April 15, and they will receive lOc a name for all new names reported in townships and 7c for names taken in incorporated towns. tha Schwietert will be hostesses. The Lutheran Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon in the church, basement. The Walther mans had supper at the Graham home also. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hansen entertained at four tables of bridge last week Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf won ihigh men's and ladies' prizes, Warren Ringsdorf won a traveling prize, and W. H. Vogel, and Mrs. H. A. Salisbury won prizes for low scores. Marilda (Pratt, student at Iowa City, came last Thursday and visited over (Blaster with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. !L. Pratt. Raemond Koestler, Cedar Falls student, spent the Easter week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Mrs. P. F. Krietlhe and daughter Eugenia, Mrs. Al Staehle, and Mrs. H. L/. iSauermao. went to Des Moines Thursday. Mrs. Kriethe's son Paul Jr. .returned 'home with them for a few days visit. He is a student at Drake. C. C. Parish and Willard ;Stow came from Newton Saturday to spend Easter at the J. P. Stow home. Mrs. Parish and two children, wlho 'had been spending a week here, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Rader, Nora Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen were Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Holding home. Dean Clapsaddle returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday evening after spending a week's vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle He is a student at Coe college. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, April 4, in the Legion hall, Mrs. Lillian Sigler, Mrs. Wyott Stott, and Mrs. W. H. Steward are hostesses. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell were at Armstrong last Thursday, where Rev. Mitchell was called to preach the funeral sermon of Mrs. F. L. Houseman. Mrs. Lester Schmidt and children, Corwith, visited from Thursday until Sunday with Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. W. H. Vogel returned last week Wednesday from Bonilla, S. D., where she had spent a week with her mother and other relatives. The Aid will meet at the Methodist church this week Wednesday. Mrs. Will Sdhwietert and Mrs. Ber"STOMACH PAINS SO BAD I COULD HARDLY WORK" Says C. S. Gross: "After taking Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets the pains are gone and I eat anything." Try Adla treatment on money <bacjc cruaran.tee.-nA. H. Borchardt, J>rug- League will meet in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, of j Fenton, and JVIr. and Mrs. Charles •Schemmel, Ring&ted, spent Easter at the W. W. Boettcher home. Walter Hanna, Charles City, visited from Monday to Wednesday last week at the home of Ihis mother, Mrs. Maude Hanna. C. O. Bailey, who is now working for a bank receiver at Bocfc Valley, was calling on Burt friends Saturday afternoon. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and daughter Joan visited from Monday to Wednesday at the home of her sister at Armstrong. Dean and Joan Lowe, Algona, visited from Wednesday to Saturday last we^k witih their aunt, Mrs Lillian Sheldon. •Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and his brother-in-law, Fred W. Main, visited relatives at Cedar Rapids last week. Tuesday. Bruce Clifton, who is studying art in Minneapolis, was visiting Burt friends last Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder and baby went to Greenfield (Friday to spend the week-end with relatives. Anna Overgaard and Charlotte Warrior spent the week-end with Miss Overgaard's parents at Cedar Falls. Rodney Giddings has been very ill the past week with pneumonia. His brother Gordon ia also ill. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason last week Wednesday night, March 28. Mrs. Niel Nielson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. Mrs. Christopher McWhorter, Algona, spent last Thursday at the H. Eldora S tucker, attending the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, arrived Sajturday for Easter with her parente, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker. She returned Sunday with a college friends from Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen, daugh- everly Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wdlbergr and daughters were Easter dinner gueate at Jens Halvorson's. Mrs. Elmer Dye, Mrs. AUCe Duryea, Mrs. Joel Worden, and Mrs. Harvey Peck, Mason City, visited last -week at RaJph Campbell's. P. H. Jensen, Fort Dodge, was a Seneca-Fenton business caller a. couple days last week. He visited his mother, Mrs. Christina Jenseti. Pearl Sande, St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., spent a week's Easter vacation wiith her parents the Rev. and Mrs. S. o. Sande. Mrs. Jennie Jensen, son Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen were Easter dinner guests at Geo. Jensen's, Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell, Hebrew, 111., have gone home, after the winter with the former's brother Edw. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Aittle McChane, and Walter Crosly, Mankato, visited at Ralph Campbell's last week. Stanley Jensen, attending colleg« at Ames, ,1s spending a spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Ma-s. Jens Jensen. Mrs. Anna Osborn and son Earl visited the former's daughter, Mrs. William Brown, Armstrong. The Willing Workers society meets this week Saturday at Mrs". Anna Osborn's. Edna Strueckr was employed at the Emil Eimens home a few days last week. Dorcella Jensen has spent two weeks at Henry Lampe's Bancroft. The annual township meeting was held at the schoolhouse Monday. Ted Behrends visited relatives and friends at Omaha last week. The Aid -will meet Apiril 19 at Mrs. Fred Brown's. WANT-ADS BRING RESULTS A. Thompson, home. The Sewing Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at iMrs. Lillian Sheldon's. The Fortnightly club meets this afternoon with Mrs. H. W. Trainer. New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refinance your car for you. Prompt and courteous jeatment. H. N. KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Arlene Daniela w^s confined to „ ^S 19K AI * T her home by sickness last week. ' A elepnone 1Z5, Algona, Iowa Pasteurized Guernsey Milk and Cream Our herd is T. B. Tested and Dairy State Inspected. For better milk and cream Our Cream Whips WOODS1DE DAIRY Loren Brown^Manager PIJONE 3F3J. We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods URANCE Automobile Liability and Collision Insurance. Iowa Motor .Road Service Included. Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Jleer Bonds. 'Bonds written at our Algona office. Our I'olicy Writing: Connections and Company Contracts Permit Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Very Lowest Kates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans—Heal Kstnte—Rentals—Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Pllone f "> C. K. La Barra Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bk. Dependable Used Cars 1933 Ford Tudor _ $465 1929 Ford Tudor _ $185 1933 Ford Coupe _ $465 '27 Chevrolet Coach $75 1931 Ford Tudor _ $285 1931 Ford Truck _ $285 KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— Jt$Hil59!!& -—Sales Quality Merchandise Every piece of merchandise must give you satisfaction. That's the unqualified requirement of every coast to coast Store owner. Satisfaction guaranteed. STORAGE BATTERY Fits Ford, Chev. Essex, etc. MOTOR OIL S. A. E. 80 Lower Tire Prices During this Sale 30x31 o.s. $2.95 29x4.40-21 $8.57 30x4.50-21 $3.57 29x4.50-20 $8.95 28x4.75x19 $8.95 29x500x19 $8.95 % HARNESS OIL ' 89c per gallon Clothes Pins 2c doz. Milk pails, 13 1-2 qt. 39c KEYSTONE INTERIOR GUS INTEBIOB GLOSS ENAMEL $1.79 per gal High grade interior gloss enamel for practically the cost of flat wall paint. Sold regularly at $8.25 per gallon. 4hr Varnish 97cgal Qt. 39c House Paint, gal, _$1,00 White Only, Interior Glass Enamel, qt, ___ gee Flat Wall Paint, qt, 49c Spark Plugs 24c B Batteries IS qt, gal, pails 19c -—,. 880 Joe Bloom, Manager Algona, la. Cotton Rags Wi

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