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of Kossuthjgounty for 69^earsTasses at Burt PAGE FTVB Mother's Day Services at Good Hope and Whittemore Good Hope, May 8—Services nf ,a special character will bo bcld at the Whittemoro and Good Hope! Methodist churches next Sunday in Mrs. Dodds Crilically Hick celebration of Mother's day. of impressing .hearers with hi.s sincerity and ability. Mrs. in ttoe past year, for SCTeral yS deftft- r« dew , « resident 'smithwas n of niiy •Sep- Dane county, brought here who traveld in a 'and located on the Fairbanks 'farm in) i Mr. 'Smith Cleary, and IZ-S-t, in Ui. f^fl to town where the ..moved w CXC ent two since lived except again. Mrs. and Friends having .blooming or foliage .plants will add to tlio beauty :and pleasure of tlhe 'Services if they lend them for decorations. The sacrament of baptism will bo administered, and Ulie doors of tho church will be open for 'Uhe reception of members. Persons who desire to partake of these privileges are requested to get in touch with the pastor. New Well for llpunies— W. J. Bourne is happy over the unexpected early completion of a new well wlhich was started one day last week. A vein of .sharp white sand was struck at R little over 100 feet, and it proved to he! 26 feet thick and to carry an •abundant supply of water which rose in the casing to a depth of 85 feet. The completed well is 185 feet deep, much shallower than it was expected it would be necessary to go. W. I. Dodds was taken to thi! KossuUi 'hospital Tuesday for treatment for heart trouble" and complications. She has been acutely sick a week. Her Mrs. Claude Heeloy, has her since Sunday. daughter, been with ANNA KRAMER, OFIRVINGTON, IS NEW BRIDE Irvine-ton, May 8—A protty cer- mony took place at. .Oho St. .loo atliolic church last week Wednes- Mrs. Trcptow Loses Brother— Mhs. William Trep'tow received word Saturday evening of the Son for (ho Hnrkltnrllis— An 8M.-M). boy, Marvin Ilnrmnn, lioni to Mr. and Mrs. Kdw. ilack- tnirth last \vook Tuesday cvoninp; brought Joy to botih .parents ami grandparents. \\<> j s Uio first grRmldiildnm on the Hint-/, side. Cliurcli lo lio Decoralrd— Decorators arn cxpcctod to bc- Kin work on tho auditorium or Hhc Good Hope clnirch this wwk in a.n effort to have tin- work completed by Sunday. Hurt Deal has Uhu job Mother's Day Tea Today— A Mother's day toa will be held by the Mothers & Daughters club of Union township at the Good Hope community room this week Thursday. Case of (icrnuin Measles- of her brother, Charles Mad-1 James Knoll was under Henry, and , , S «f Burt. A sister, Mrs. e j k , . , at Halsey, Ore. iervicwat the grave iarge of Kossuth Lodge t ,? A F&A.M.,ofwhlchMr. i^as a member. He was al- 1 32nd degree Mason, an Odd How, and a member of the East- iStw. IV. H. JF. Convention— u Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, ifieorge Carroll, Mrs. J G. Se*, and Mrs. C. E. Hammer ati jed W. H. M. S. at Garner Jay, The following Queen Es- >t girls attended a banquet in ' evening Arlene Daniels, Mayle Gray, Nelda Valentine, Ruiflh, rti, Sarah Paine, Lucile Seek, Dorothy Brooke, Lois Grau,and Vera Chipman. Vera 'reined for a few days with her jt, Mrs. Mito Brown, west of mer, and her fatiher, E. 0. Chipin, vent over Saturday and wgat her home Monday. my Sick at Hurt- Sirs, Annie Hawcott, who was riously ill last week, is much roved. Little Billie Boettcher, i has pneumonia, has been in) condition for several days. i Olson, iwlho has also been lly sick with pneumonia, ds ich improved. Roy Meinzer Js tmed to his bed with inf lam- Utory rheumatism. py Breakfast is Served— [The Woman's club held its final this season Saturday at i K. J, Smith's Mrs. J. W. Dor- assisting. This was a May tfast at 9 a. rn., and a ipro- followed, which included a sal reading toy Mrs. W. T. Pei and a paper on Mary, the Jtest Mother of the World, by . Donald Weir. [tend Lakota C. E. llally— \i limber of Burt young people Ned a Christian Endeavor ral- I at Lakota Sunday, among tlhem inor Elston, Florence, Elizabeth, ' Margaret Rash, Marie (Bail- Pearl and Ella Woltz, Grace Wfredson, Gardner Patterson, ie Stewart, Frank Aten, and i Kennedy. ••n. Bay Epworth Lea e u e gave ari den, Marshall, Minn. He died of (heart disease while .away from his Ihome, at St. Paul. Mrs. Treptow went to Haifa Sunday nigiht to remain with the Joe Maddens there till Monday and go to Marshall tfliat morning for the funeral in the afternoon. Two Hear Governor Turner— "W. J. Bourne and tihe Rev. Allen H. Wood attended a dinner Friday at the A'lgona hotel in honor of former Governor Turner. Mr. Turner's speech was convinving and informative. He lhas the fac- wcather a couple of days Uhu last week with an attack of the Gorman measle.s and Other Good Hope. large nnumber of memberd guests were present at enthusiastic meeting ot the L. A S. at Mrs. Ja.s. Knoll's last Thursday. Former pastor C. B. Mitchel and Mrs. Mitchell, of Burt, were guests. Mrs. Vern Gross was as- si.sting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin were dinner guests at the Good Hop parsonage Sunday. LU VERNE MAN'S CAR HITS HOG; POES IN DITCH LuVeirne, May 8—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiggins, near the Vernon. Consolidated school, 'become parents of a son born at Fort Dodge last week Wedneisday, and next evening as Mr. Wiggins was driving to Fort Dodge to see his wife! and the baby he narrowly escaped serious injury wfhen his automobile struck hogs in the road and ran into the ditch, where it hit ai tree. The accident occurred near Thor, and he was given first aid there, and then brought to lyiai home. His chest was badly bruised, and he suffered several cuts. high school 'had a picnic in the woods near Livermore. Jack Holdcroft 18; Tarty- Jack Holrcroft entertained 1 boys Saturday in honor of 5ii IStili birthday. After ^amcs lunc was served by his mother, Mr? Haddeley. Mrs. Lebort Hock, at Sioux Falls, S. D., came to stay at her other daughter Mrs. John Frankl's early last week, bast week Thursday evening she wont by train to Chicago, where she plans lo spend the summer with, the Hoy Blytihes. .Mason Mrs. dinner of the flilynns Honored— A. McLean entertained at Sunday evening in honor Henry Lofings, of Mason, ay morning at 8 nna Kramer and iari wen; married o'clock when Earnest IJor- by tho Hev. iithor Theobald. Tihe bride's eld- st sister Alvina, was bridesmaid, nd the bridegroom's .brother, •awrence Norman was best man. City, both of wtliom celebrated birthdays last week. They came from Ma.son City Saturday evening, accompanied by Mrs. Mae Grobe, who had 'been spending the\ week with tlhem. 1!. M. Wntaoii to Visit Here— R. M. Wlaitswn, San Francisco, Calif., and son Hob who is attend- 'Phe bride was droned in white lnK higUi sdhool there, plan to ' ; ' carried talisman rosesi colno to Irving-ton late 'this month. -'-''Bog will spend his entire vacation here. Wedding Dates Observed— Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roney entertained last week Wednesday in honor of tho Harry Sabin and! their own wedding anniversaries. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. A McLean. nd sweet peas. Tho 'bridesmaid 'as dressed in coral pink silk repo and carried carnations and weet pnas. After tilie ceremony he bridal couple and guests had wedding dinner at the bride's wont's home. Guests were tihel Father Theobald, .«he Nick, John Borman families, lev. Miko _ 11 of Livermore; the Mutt Bor- nan.s, St. Benedict; John Brass, irushville, Minn,; the Adam' Kru- Dredfre Ditch Is Cleaned— A contractor named 'Hattin and i , _ . - — XT. v. u 111, i cv^tui iiaunjn M.ICVLI-III aiiu nous urn Mrs. Anna Kramer, near si,j s workmen, from Britt, .finished ,!ode; Mrs. Mary Loirtsdh and [cleaning out the dredge .ditch iimlly, bUSlO Naber and ROSIO «.<5t nf Trvino-fnn rnr-pnUv amily, Susie Naber and iecker, all of St. .Too. Guests from this vicinity were he John Geishcckers, the K. L. vohHiaas family, "flho Dennis Wag- oners and the Mike Brass family. A wedding dance was held Wed- icsday evoning at the Livermore. hall, with a vast crowd in atten- :lanoo. Tihe bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kramer, farmers south of Irvington. She attended the St. jToe .school. Mr. Borman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Borman, of near Livermore, and for 'the past two years lhas been. [arming on was .formerly 7UVINGTON NEWS •Margarite Loss is employed at Mrs. Emma Crouch's, northeast of Algona. Minnie Scheppman who is WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES; HEARTATTACK Whitbcmore, 'May 8—The community was shocked by tihe sudden death of Mrs. Julius Maahs last Thursday morning. She .had had (heart disease for some time. The! funeral was conducted .by tho Rev. H. D. .Stahmer, Fairville Lutheran pastor, Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's church here. Mrs. Maahs was 'horn December; 22, 1861, in Germany and was past 72 >at deatih. She was married to Julius Maahs May 10, 1881, in Germany and they came to Iowa in 1891. The 'husband survives, also seven children: Anna, at home; John and George, Rodman; Fred, Camp•bell, Minn.; Herman and Edward, Wlhittemore; William, Nashua, Minn. , , Pallbearers were August Schatts- neider, Gerbart Wehrspann, J. H. Helmke, Fred Struecker, Oftd Hwhn, and Henry Kuecker, all neighbors. The Rev. Mr. Stahmer served at >tlhe funeral services because of the ;absence of the Rev. W. H. Discher, who was attending- the funeral of an aunt. , working at tlhe home, Livermore, Frank spent Devine Sunday Joseph Graham, Raymond Carter, Edward Stewart, Darrell Riddle, Sarah Schroeder, Ruth Beitz, Pearl Woltz, and Dorothy Dickmeyer. Between acts novelties will include a skit, The Ghost of a Freshman, and a song by Ruby Sanderson, HERE'S HOT NEWS! GAMBLE'S* Sale starts May llth, with hot specials in auto supplies, houses wares, sporting goods, and hardn Ware. Auto batteries, $3.19 ex.a .22 shorts, 12c box—14-piece lunoM set, 89c—garden hose, 4%c ft. 34-34 Eveready Heavy Duty B Batteries at only $ 1.45 each Don't buy XYZ Batteries when the hest are no higher. Holecek Radio Shop M. and 1). IJnmiiiet 1'Innned— An annual mother and daughters banquet given by the Methodist women will bo bold at the city hall this week Wednesday. Other Lu Verne News. Amber Rogers, R. N., was unable to attend her commencement exercises at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last week because of sickness, but she was duly graduated anyway, and she has since recovered and has been spending a short vacation at home. While the Reverend Mr. Wittenburg was conducting eigth IV ll KT <J ("'(inference— K rade tests in nis Parochial school >V. II. SI. S. COnierente—- - oml l.,,. 1 „„=„,, W n« rlionnnoor known as the Henry Steussy farm. where he and a companion, Abe Keene, have been bachelors. Mr and Mrs. 'Borman ihave been al borne on the farm since their marriage. S. I). Dust Storm Damaging — Win. McCluskey, a daughter-in- law and grandson, of Mitdiellville, who recently visited in 'Soutlh. Dakota, spent the night at A. McLean's last week Tuesday. They were enroute home after having spent several days with Mr. McCluskey's daughter Mrs. Ed. Lovell, of near Esmond, S. D. Mr. McCluskey said that dn the vicinity where the Lovells live so much surface soil has blown away tlhat tomahawks and other Indian relics are being found near the surface of the ground. He reports grasshoppers in hordes. There are also numerous pheasants, which are able to 'live abundantly on the grass hoppers. _ .-, UV »Q HW QM>* V> CVi» .«U ^. Ot;her ' s 'lay program at saettodist church Sunday even- p It included a play and musi- J numbers, and was held a week " Because ,tihe baccalaureate . n is to be given next Sunday ling, CCC Hoy iii Hospital *l«s Coffin went to Iowa last week Wednesday for fur- teeatment of his nose. Mau•has been with Unei ton, has been sick U at Lennox with ae- on and tonsilitis. ir 8««8 Mastoid Mrs. A. L. Spooner, Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Harold iPlhillips, and Maxine Smitfli attended a district convention of the Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society at Garner Friday. Mrs. Stone is corresponding secretary for the district. Mrs. Phillips was elected supervisor of young people's work in the district. She is also local supervisor of a recently organized Queen Es- tiher Circle here which consists of 12 girls who were represented at the convention by Maxine Smith. Kannings to Church Event- Mr, and Mrs. R. D. Kanning went to Ohurdan Friday for a week's visit with their children and other relatives. They attended the 50th anniversary of the Lutheran church there Sunday. They were members of this churdh more tha'n 40 years before they came to 'Lu Verne. Their son, thd Rev. Wm. Kanning, Allandale, Minn., preached one of the ser- •line regular lesson was dispensed with, and the afternoon was spent socially. Thirty - five members were present. Mrs. Wilma Mosher substituted for Irene Swenson last week Wednesday and Thursday while the latter was at Iowa City attending a state music contest. Walter Attig, Des Moines, spent several days last week with relatives and old friends here. Irene Swenson lhas signed a con- ract to be junior high principal . Armstrong next year. Samuel Hanson, Story City, was. guest at W. F. Godfrey's Sun- ay and Monday. The J. E. Lindebaks visited rel- tives at Ellsworth, last week /ednesday. Mrs. A. J. Eason is visiting ;dar ttapids and Central City rel- Surprise Party is Given— A surprise party in honor of Mrs. Vern Barker was held at the Boldridge home last week Wednesday evening 1 . Present were the Lawrence Hansens, Win. Metzens K. Karels, and Mrs. MoConnell. The party wa? supposed to Ihave 'tafcen place at the Barker home but when the guests learned that Mr. and Mrs. Barker were spending ^he evening witJh. the Bold- riges they continued on there The evening was spent at cards Mrs. McDonnell and Henry Rare! won higJi scores, and Lawrence Hansen and Rossetta Barker low with her parents. The George Hil- liars visited Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Wermerson, of near 'Corwith. Anna Ramus, who makes her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Charles Sankey, spent Friday at her home in honor of Jier mother's birthday. Mrs. Stella Sabin, Algona, went to St. Paul last week Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soloman, and son Merrill, of Spencer, to attend funeral services for her 'brother-in-law, John Battle. They returned Friday evening. Mr. Battie was a retired street car conductor, and dlod at Rochester, Minn., where he had >been a pa- ent for five weeks. He died o£ eart trouble and complications.. The Rev. A. English preached unday on a text taken from Rev- atdon 22:17. The Rev. Mr. Eng- slh and daughter, Mrs. Casey oss, entertained the Presbyterian linisters of Kossuth county 'at leir home in Algona, Monday. The small store at Galbraith, •wned and operated by the Bert ankeys, lias been doing 'a rushing ;g business recently. From last •eek .Friday noon till this week itonday noon they ihad handled ap* roximately 330 dozen. Aid met last week Thursday af- emoon at <tlhe church annex, 'here was a large attendance. Hostesses Trere Mrs. Frank Dits- vorth and Mrs. Charles Egel. Marshall Watson, of Harlan, ormer Irvington iboy was in Algona for a time one evening last veek. He refered a 'basketball game at Mallard Stephen Loss Sr., who was op- ! »:/Tts*yf * :: "*'«s- : f-t !f-*r«a??3>.;. •-.< a* •• • •<•• >••* of Mr. Waa taken l Sunday "astoid operation^ . b «"W»t home after *he llis wife bad a l:; Gray l satisfactorily. mons s'unday. He is the only 'boy from the congregation who entered the ministry. Collegians Giye Concert Here— The Western Union college Glee club, Le Mars, gave a delightful entertainment for Lu Verne music lovers last Thursday night at the school gymnasium. Beside selections by the club there were a quartet, French horn solo, and clarinet solo numbers. Prof. Frank Jewell is leader and pianist. Carl, eldest son of the Rev. and Mrs, David Lang here, Is a member of the club." Eighth Graders Write Tests— Fourteen rural pupils took eighth grade examinations at the local schoolhouse last Thursday and Friday: Lawrence and Helen Baumgartner, David Coleman, Leser and Leslie Kubly, Ruth Geilen- eld, Edgar Thomas. Mary Shipley Shirley Blumer; Kenneth Marty Dorothy Downey, Alberta Frantz Lyle and Velva Schipull. Mrs. Ir via Chapman had charge. Schaffner Players Here Again— The Neil Schaffner players open ed a return engagement at the Lu Verne theater last Thursday night and there was a good attendance The company will be here every Thursday night for a few weeks They played here last fall am winter till Mr. Schaffner suffere a serious sickness. The cast Is al new except for Mr. and Mrs Schaffner. W. H. Woito Criitically Sick— Mr. and Mrs. West Bend, and Milton Woito Mr. and Mrs Haroia Woito. Lawton, were callec home Saturday by word of the ser ious illness of their father, Wm H. Woito. He toad been at Merc hospital, Fort Dodge, tout was brought nome Saturday. Viol Balgeman, Whittemore nurse, 1 caring for him. K«T. E. €. Schroeder Sick— Mrs. 'Ray Stone is spendin most of tliis week at Cedar Falli where foer father, the Rev. E. C Sdhroeder, former Evangelica ipastor here, is seriously sick School Pupils H»?e Picnics— 1*e seniors 1^ » P lcnlc *L?° Uwr J>«H*, Fort iDodge, Fnda tiiat evening tto wet Jones, Minneapolis, lives. Wilfred pent the week-end at home. The Good Will club meets May 7 at 'Mrs. Elmer Emory's. -lumboldt Planning Play Day July 4th For some years the Humboldt ^egion Post conducted a "Play >ay" every summer. The depres*- ion put a stop to it, but the en- ertainment has been revived this ear, and Play Day has 'been set or July 4, Major attractions will M3 an auotmobile and Shetland Donies to be given away. Races, ree attractions, a midway, pony •ides, ball games, a little train, and real automobiles are among >her promised items of entertainment. ^«MMM Burt C. C. C. Roys Are Satisfied- Relatives of the Irvington boys who are in reforestation camp No. 1751 at Decorali, hear from them often, and believe tihe boyt to be well satisfied with thei camp life. Bert Ramusu, is a mechanic an!d ambulance driver whose duty it is to take the sick to a hospital in Des Moines ant return (h-em to camp later. Joe Ra mus is camp blacksmith. Die Watson, other Irvington hoy wh left here for camp April 3, lias not taken up any special work a yet. vere Mr. and Mrs. William Maahs, rtrs. Conrad Maahs, and Henry Waaihs, all of Postosi, Wis.; Mr. ind Mrs. Henry Osterndorf and Ernest Osterndorf, Plattsville, *Vis.; Mrs. Mary «ke, Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maahs, William Vfaahs, daughter Esther, all of Mashau, Minn. Burt Senior Play Tomorrow Evening Burt, May 9 — The high school seniors will present their class >lay this week Friday evening at .he Beltone theater. The play is a ;hree act comedy, Beads on a String, under the direction of Alice Elghme, teacher. The cast of characters includes Richard Brayton, ^\^57 Honor Your Mother No matter what the "boys" at the club think about the political situation, Life still PLOWS on and everybody still loves their Mother in the same good old- fashioned way, and they will honor their Mother Sunday, May 13th, which is her day. Martha Washington Candies are fresh, pure, wholesome, and delicious — the popular "Mother Gift" Candies of the nation. , , , The Algonquin CAN SUPPLY YOU Phone 145 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa redone LEADERSHIP erated on last week Tusday for 3ob will spend his entire vaca- •ecovering nicely. The Irvington hall team lost toi D lum Creek Sunday on tihe local diamond 18-14. The Roscoe Mawdsleys, of Burt, were Sunday visitors at M. L. Roney's. k» ieres a 1L PLAYROOM hidden in uour BASEMENT Tho following were entertained at Sunday dinner at R. A.Bleichs: he E C. Bierstedts and Karl Ewoldts, Lone Rock; the Rev. L. Richmann, Mrs. Wm. Koestler, S. j Fardal, Anna Overgaard, Mildred Carter, and Martha Ruhnke, Harry Fcltcr Goes West- Mr, and Mrs. Ed. Ditsworflh. Burt, were dinner guests 'Monda at 'Frank Ditsworth's. Their son Harry Felter, whs had been •business in Jackson, Minn., le) last week Tuesday for Colorad with a companion. Tfie boys in tend to visit in Colorado 'Spring for a while, then Harry will g-o o to Sagvache, Colo., to - visit h cousin, Mrs. Mina Ward, and he mother, Mrs. Mary Harness, who has toeen witih Mrs. Ward for several months. Young Folks Have Ticnic— A picnic near tlhe home of Mr. •and 'Mrs. Oran Hudaon, near Burt,, was enjoyed by several of the Irvington young people Sunday. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, those present were Bernice and Gladys Jensen, Wayne and Ray Wickwire, Lucile and Jerome Is- enharth, Effie Egel and Everett Van Steinburg. Burt., Harry Helgarson Mr. and Mrs. ngson, flh'aSfer, and Mrs- Armstrong, the Ewens. Jeners, Minn., and .Mrs. Henry Elridge, Callendar, visiteu Sunday at C. B. Chipiuan's. Mrs W A. Barnes, Mitchell, S. D and two children visited from M to Monday at (fee Rev.S. H. Aten's. Mrs. Barnes and Mis. Hesse, (El- "1'llC iVC ¥ • t*">* . , A,!,,^ dora, spent Sunday night at tfca Rev* L. Ricbmann's. Messrs. Hesse, and Iher at Des daughter Eugenia were Saturday. Friendly Club in Meet— The Friendly club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. L. Hansen, Mrs. Vern Barker assisting. There was a large attendance and the afternoon was spent ait Bunko. Mrs. Espe, sister of Mrs. Hansen, won first, and Alberta Boldridge low. The next meeting will he June 6 at Mrs. John Frieder's, Agatfoa Thilges assisting. Mrs. Blytlie to Chicago-Mrs. Nina Blythe wlho spent last winter witli iher daughter, DEEPER NON-SKID GREATER THICKNESS FLATTER and WIDER TREAD MORE and TOUGHER RUBBER MORE TRACTION MORE NON-SKID FIRESTONE y<>;uCeqn find it withj WCQJN CRETE This U the Ume to solva7« ilia! wasted cellar space, cm 4 , make a room that all the family will enloy through the winter months. It's not expensive ... Not if we do U with concrete for floors and Portland cement plaster tor walls and celling. Concrete will make your basement recreation room dry. fireproof, and livable. Want suggestions? lust ask us for information on various ways of reclaiming your basement—for playrooms, for bright, dry laundries, and for food storage. H, R, COWAN & SON PHONE 63»J ALGONA, IOWA •IB; U Enjoy this special blend 'freth from th* Gardcni" ,525, . IRESTONE has maintained its leadership in tire development by producing a new tire for 1934 with a wider tread, flatter contour, deeper non-skid, greater thickness, and more and tougher rubber, which gives greater non-skid safety, more traction, greater blowout protection, and more than 50% longer non-skid mileage. These achievements are made practical by the Firestone patented process of Gum-Dipping, providing greater adhesion between the plies of the high stretch cords and between the Gum-Dipped body of the tire and the tough, massive non-skid tread. It also provides greater strength, longer flexing life, and greater protection against blowouts. Gum-Dipping made it possible for Firestone to design, develop and put on the market the first successful balloon tire in 1923. This tire was the pattern used by all others and completely revolutionized the tire industry and set new standards for the automobile industry. Firestone also developed the first all-rubber non-skid tire, and has always been first to give motorists the benefits of new discoveries in non-skid design, providingmore traction and greater non-skid safety. For fourteen years leading race drivers have driven to victory on Firestone tires, built with Gum-Dipped high stretch cords. They have trusted then- lives to Firestone Leadership—as they know that the patented Firestone construction features provide them with greater safety — longer mileage —and greater blowout protection. Protect yourself and family by driving in today and replacing your smooth, thin, dangerous tires with the new Firestone High Speed Tires for 1934. * Listen to Lawrence Tibbett or^T, \\ Richard Crooks and Harvey Firestone, Jr., \K J I every Monday night—N. B. C. Network J? MORE THAN 50% MORE NON-SKID MILEAGE The NEW 7!r*$tOlt* AIR BALLOON for 1934 The new Firestone Air Balloon for 1934 embodies all the improvements in the new Firestone High Speed Tire. The lower air pressure provides maximum traction and riding comfort. Gum-Dipping safety-locks the cords, providing 30 to 40% greater deflection and blowout protection. Get 1935 low swung style by equipping your car today with these new tires and wheels in colors to match your car. FREE TRIAL ON YOVR CAR. HIGH SPEED TYPE SIZE 4.50-20 . 4.50-21 . 4.75-19 . 5.25-18 . 5.50-17 . $7.85 8.15 8.65 10.3O 11.30 5.50-19 IID 6.00-17 HD 6.00-18BD 6.00-20 HD 6.50-17 HD $14.45 15.1O 15.55 16.40 17.50 Other SUM Proportionately Law Firestone Tires arc Track Tested on the greatest proving grouud in the world —The Indianapolis Speedway. Firestone Tires are ROADTESTEDonthe large fleet of Firestone test cars, day and night every day in the year, over all kinds of roads and highways. See these new Firestone High Speed Tires nude at the Firestone Factory •nd Exhibition Building at "A Century of Prog rest"—Opening May 26 Tire Service Co. «Vic" Phone 850 "Mac"

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