Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1934 · Page 7
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a,' srsctti can't go on re- 115 has designed [/loveliest of NDY PACKAGES ™/ mother will want I such a thoughtfully pre- I lift as this Gales Flower Ipackage. It's packed with Lvagant assortment of Lt. Fruits, nuts, and [centers-<:°at ed with del velvety chocolate. You'll iis package only at Rexall •Stores. Reserve yours now. pound bov i Mm D. James are I to, 21-2 Ib. pkg 8c |Nut Flakes, 2 for _19c saberry Coffee, 2 -. - 48c Beans, large can 9c Spaghetti, Noo- ALGONA CHURCH TO OBSERVE FOUNDING The Algona Trinity Evangelical jUtheran church observed its 30th anniversary Sunday, the Rev. P. .1. Jraner, present pastor, conducted wo services, the keynote of both olng "The Lord has done great hlngs for us; whereof we arc •lad." The church history shows that he congregation was organized Hay 4, 1904, by the Rev. M. Ilehr- nds, then pastor of the Plum Jreck congregation, Mr. Behrends ow lives at Long Beach, Calif. Of ive original members, August tuenhold Is the only charter mem- er still here. The congregation owns its hurch property on east Kim street, nd now has 43 voting members nd some 250 souls. It has grown nto a flourishing congregation 'hlch has an 8-grade parish 3hool, an English Sunday school •Ith a staff of good-trained teach- rs, an Aid, and a Young People's ociety. Services are well attend- d, and mission work is carried on i both languages. Messrs. Henry Wegener, Herman Boettcher, and William Dau Iders in the church. Lamus Is the oldest member in oint of age, 94, and Marvin Hack- arth, born last Thursday, is the oungest member. DICKINSON TALKED OF FOR G, 0, P, CHAIflMAN The resignation Friday of Evertt Sanders, national republican hairman, was said in Washington Ispatches to have precipitated a tiree-way struggle for control of he party machinery. The contend- ng groups are the G. O. P. Old "Juard, the Hoover forces, and a ongresslonal group which demands new blood. Senator Dickinson is among pos- ibillties along with former Sena- or Watson, Indiana, former Sena- or Moses, New Hampshire, Frank O. Lowden, Illinois, Silas Strawn, Chicago, Theodore Roosevelt Jr., :has. D. Hllles, New York, Ralph j. Williams, Oregon, present vice hairman, James E. Goodrich, former Indiana governor, and Hanford McNider, Mason City. The dispatches did not say to which group each of the men nam- d were supposed to belong. According to F. A. Corey, Algona, Senator Dickinson was recently mentioned in a Washington newspaper as a possibility for the republican presidential nomination. Swift Plant Here Paid $247,100 to Farmers in 1933 Butter, eggs, and poultry are staple foods, also the "money crops" of American farms. In 1933, the returns from dairy and poultry iroducts represented approximate ly 30 per cent of the total farm In come, in fact the largest from any one kind of farm activity. The average consumer eats approximately -25c JB/perpk. __20c [fancy bulk, 2 Ibs. _25c -25c Iplete line of fresh •vegetables, and meats PRICE FOR EGGS WNSEN 138 and 189 We Deliver Saturday lfor our handbills. Brand Saturday night ^Dieted first 33 store. and Prices. JCOSSUTH CQTTNTY ADVANCE. AT/1ONA IOWA wilh Mrs. U. H. Miller | K ill throat, infection. The Carl Krng.s, Wavnrly relatives here Sunday. James 'His-i'iop helped c i ( . rk al the .lames drug store durinir a one-wit suit: last week-end Doctors C. ll. Crolzmcyer and M. 0. Bourne attended a state medical meeting at Dos Moint yesterday. ,. "-"^ I-.TH.;I i in > . _ Mrs. Margaret llormasler, tea'eli- Jiii; at Corwitli, spnnl Wu •and. here. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hint* were li<! Amos club. Mr. and Mrs. H. p. is now a member of Richardson and their daughter Meredith , upend tomorrow and Saturday Amos, guests of their sophomore at (he at .son Max, Vnishca is being observed college this week-end. State :oll»gc. the Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Richardson find their children, Mildred and weel ( -H, ly , Wfm ,. ,. o Sioux ( . Ry s . ltur(] . ly iind visited relatives till Sunday Mrs. Richardson's father, Jlson, eaine hero with them three weeks visit. rs store, whore she has charge of the sports wear department on the seventh floor. Mr. Sor- stedt, who expects to move the household goods to Des Moines soon, is traveling salesman for a ton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. f. C. Srhaap, n ,ici-' „ don, spent Sunday at their son Dr ',., , ; " 1(l Mrs - R - "• F oulz, Sioux ('. D. Schaap's. ' ' llv ' ''rought Mrs. Floyd E. Saun- Lulu Kohl, clerk al the Coast tr» (I< "' K h ,°" le Sal «''<lay night and re- Coast store spent the week-end " 1!uno(1 ll11 Tuesday. Mrs. Saun- at Minneapolis. ' (lorfi was l "oir guest last week. En Mrs. Lura Sanders went to din- " nlln llomo Ulc y attended an 0. E. ' s ' Ki'oup meeting at Hawarden. Yesterday wa.s another windy dusty day, and like each of its predecessors after the first seemed the worst yet. The sun was completely shut off, and visibility was lim- .on Tuesday to attend a state P. 10 0. convention. Donald, turn of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Akrc, suffered a mild attack if measles Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Little and her * l ' > n or son • l ) y was m- Merlin spent Friday with Mrs. Lit-1 ltcd to ll halc '"i'e or less. Need of tlfi'ti i.i Ml/,.. ,, i r\_ . * * . II «n:i U in n t-n iit !,. i _ _. , , Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Scheme! and their son Mart. _Thc public school faculty r.iad a. picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday man. poultry, and 18 pounds of butter. Kossuth does Its share In produc ing these products. Matt Lamuth .le's sister at DCS Moines."""' "'" ! tt soakin B rain is E. A. Scheme!, Geneva, spent j cver - greater than . Catherine Holland, who teaches at Spencer, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. G. W. Still- Mrs. T .P. Harrington and her son Robert J. spent the week-end with Bernice Harrington at Grinnell. Maurice Cullen, Mason City, spent Sunday with his wife and son, who are visiting at Anton Streit's. The remaining section of the old standpipe has been painted in aluminum to agree with the new water tower. The John Falks, Titonka, spent Sunday with the Matt Osterbauers. Mrs. Falk is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Osterbauer. Jos. Misbach went to Des Moines Sunday on a buying trip for the Misbach Clothing Co. He expected to return yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Mangan, Minneapolis, went home yesterday, after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. M. C. McMahon, since Friday. H. F. C. Mueller, Fort Dodge, superintendent of Lutheran parish schools in Iowa, was a guest of the Rev. P. J. Braner Monday. Kate Skinner, Fort Dodge teacher, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. E. J. Skinner, who went back with her for the week-end. Cecil Householder is now driv ing a caterpillar truck for the state on a road near Hampton He has 'been there two weeks. Edward Lichter, Lead, S. D., is spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lichter. He has a Chevrolet garage there T. H. Kenefick, Eagle Grove made up attendance at the Rotary club Monday noon and visited his Last week's Wesley News-World •eported that Mr.s. Kate Kennedy lad moved to Algona to keep house r or her brother, William Aman, contractor and builder. At Wesley ihe was active in church, Legion Auxiliary, and Royal Neighbor cir- ilcs. Magnus Lichter, student at Ames, spent the weefc-end at home. His sister, Mrs. John Ludwig, St. Benedict, spent .last week here. Their motlher, Mrs. -Henry Lichter, has been critically sick with heart trouble, -but is a. little setter. Mrs. Wayne Closson, Mason City, ind her sons Wilbur and David are spending the week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. rtertig, and Mr. Closson will come Sunday to take his family home. Mrs. Closson is the former Ida Hertig. ' Mr. ;and Mrs. E. 'R. Morriport and their daughters Lorraine, Prudence and Jane, spent .Sunday and Monday at Newton with Mr. Morrison's mother, Mrs. R. W. Dodds. Mrs. W. G. McCujlough accompanied them to visit former neighbors. Herbert French is back at work al the Botsford lumberyard, after a month's enforced vacation due to pneumonia. Harry Hartung, Welcome, Minn., substituted during Herbert's absence. Mr. Hartung is employed in a Botsford yard at Welcome. W. H. Cummings, Des Moines, spent the week-end Ihere, and will come back this week-end for Mrs. Cummings and their household equipment. Mr. Cummings is a former member of the local iRo- tary club and he was a guest at tlhe club's noon luncheon Monday. W. G. McCullough went to Des Moines Monday to attend a state convention of funeral directors erage consumer eats approximately C1UD ™ ona ' i y no °". a "«. v^ 11 ™ .""• Mrs. McCullough, who had spent 22 dozen eggs a year, 20 pounds of *> on ' Dr - Jonn N - Kenefick. He is a several days at Newton, where the poultry, and 18 pounds of butter. druggist. McCulloughs lived before coming to - ^ „, , „ . . Mrs. D. D. Monlux attended a re cent Lutheran woman's missionary Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick spent the week-end with Mrs. Gladys Soul.li, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. South, who went to fedar Rapids early in the spring, has charge of the millinery department at the, Killlan store. She was in charge of the rciuly-to-wcar department at Chrls- chilleH ft Herbst's before going to Cedar Rapids. Mrs. IT. K. Sorstcdt, who has been PAGE and gave a report on a meeting recently at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Samson is president-elect of the Algona club. Gerald Agard, Goldfield, brother of Burdetto Agard, local insurance agent, has been elected principal and athletic coach in the Fenton high school next year. Ho was graduated from Drake university a ago, and for the last year has taking special work at , at I same university. In 1933 he won a millinery house. Kivc marriage hnnn issued by licenses District have Clerk E. .1. McEvoy in the last week: Floyd Torgerson, 'Bode, Lucille Zumach, Fonton; Ellsworth Bilney, Louise Troutman, V.oth of Woodward; Harvey Elbert, Edna; •Mosbat';i, both of Whittemore; Robert Clemans, Titonka, 'Lorraine Smith, Lakota; E, G. Lotts, 'Dows, Loona Bellman, Clear Lake. Ruth McMahon, who teaches at Galva, spent Friday at home. Her mother, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, met her at Fort Dodge last Thursday night, and took Ruth and another (laughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz, as far as Fort Dodge Friday night. From Galva Mr. Schmitz took his wife home to Storm Lake. Mrs. Schmitz visited her parents last week while Mr. Schmitz was away fishing. . medal at Drake awarded annually to the outstanding athlete. He was all-state center in basketball while he was attending high school at Goldfield. Next week Friday evening a Mothers', day program will be given at the high school auditorium by the girls' physical training and home economic classes and the boys' manual training classes. The program will begin at 7:30. The girls will give a style show, wearing clothes that they have made. I he boys will demonstrate woodwork products, and the girls' physical training classes will give exhibitions. There will be no admis- vion charge. A neon gas sign has been installed in the Pratt Electric Co display window last week. The name is in red letters, with a blue border around the window. Other improvements include removal of the display window box to make er, C. W. Jones, two miles north of The county Presbyterian mini* lennch has two sisters, Ruth, a J daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss P?e> isent were the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock; the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten, Burt; the( Rev. and Mrs. A. Conde, West Bend; and the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson, Algona. The next meeting will be held in July at Fort Dodge, where the annual pic- at the Haggard & Palken- miner offices. They have a young half-brother. Financial success this year of .he Junior Forestry Annual, published by forestry students at Ames, is due to the work of two "••«• "»• «• •*« - "• " -i.'v/ijg,^, vviicic uiie liuiimiii nic** Algona boys, Daryl Newville and nic of the Fort Dodge Presbytery Lewis Ferguson, according to re- """ *-'-- - 1 — ports from Ames. Daryl is circulation manager, and Lewis is adver- • -„ -. ... uu ,, IVVJA LVJ IJlcbKc room for an electric refrigerator display, the installation of stained panel board wall on the north side of the display room, and redecorat- llie E. A. Genriches attended aimg throughout. The Pratts now last week Sunday have one of the handsomest elec- Mantor's husband was the late Kdw. Mantor, who grew up In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. Mel] Peterson, the lalter's son Mell Jr., and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison and her children, Sue and Teddy, went to Des Moines Saturday, the A. L. Petersons returning the same day. Mrs. Mell Peterson and Mrs. Hutchison remained there with their parents, State Comptroller and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and Mr. Hutchison drove to Des Moines after Mrs. Hutchison and the children Sunday, Mrs. Moll Peterson remaining for a longer visit. The latter and her son will join Ensign Peterson at New York City June 1. Knsign Peterson is now on a cruise with' the Pacific coast fleet. Barber Bjelland and his family; were at Elmore Sunday, guests of Mrs. Bjcl land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wilmert, retired farmers. The Wilmerts also have two married sons, one farming his own place near Elmore, the other on the Wilrnert farm. Gertrude Nelson, Algona, accompanied the Bjel- lands to visit an Elmore cousin. Mr. Bjelland and his father-in-law; took time off to drive to Wilmeri Lake, near Fairmont, and fish for bullheads, at which they had fair luck. The lake was named for two uncles of Mr. Wilmert who settled there in pioneer times and were chased away by Indians. Ule , Mr s. Oenrich's fath- trical shops in northern Iowa tising manager. Eight hundred copies of the annual were sdl'd, and the proceeds were sufficient to pay all current expenses and clear up past indebtedness. Mrs. S. N. Brace returned recently, and is again at her own home, after the winter with her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Downing, wife of a Twin city optometrist. She is nearly 88, but still as active as at 60. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty, the latter another daughter, came from Fredericksburg to help her get settled for the summer. The other daughter, Lettie, has charge of ready to wear in a Waterloo store, and the son W. E. farms near Burt. A county federation of woman's clubs meeting was held at Swea City last week Tuesday, and the following local women attended- Mesdames Glen Raney, Albert Granzow, Alfred Jergensen, C. A. Samson, Lura Sanders, W. J Payne, and Lynn Keith, and Ella Thompson. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, convention o£ funeral directors ^.i"?: 1auu - lvlrs - w - *s. Woodward, .that day and Tuesday. He returned Wnl "emore, accompanied the group 1 o t A T"t i n c< i-T o tf Vit*trtrrlnry iiriili Tit •m ^^^^— late Tuesday, bringing with him Mrs. McCullough, who had spent Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. Minnie ing these products. Matt Lamuth, wul ^ UL " C < U " wuumuo un^.^.^, , Mrs A A Bisnc of the Swift & Company plant here convention at Clinton and was re- Long| an{1 Mrs 0 j ste phenson, renorts that in 1933 the nlant naldl clected secretary. She is serving atten( i e ,i .„ Metll producers $247,100 eggs, and poultry. for butterfat, Mr. Lamuth pointed out that except the Pacific coast region, the movement of butter, eggs, and poultry is to the east, 75 per cent of dairy and poultry products be- ner third year. attended a Metlhodist Foreign Missionary society meeting at fng consumed east of the Mississip- |*e ' 0 , cal , p - T - A " and Mrs A. K Pi. Kossuth produces more butter- Michel treasurer, will go to Des fat eggs and noultrv than it con- Molncs Sunday to attend a national sumes and thereto e. ^ market P-.T- A ' conv ention_aU next week - "•••- •> Missionary socieiy meeting au Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer, Fenton Frid a£ ternoon at which the latter's daughter Lorraine - -• Tierney, and Alice Behlmer were Sunday guests of the Bernard Tierneys, Mason City. Mrs. V. H. Coffin, president of the local P. T. A., and Mrs. A. E sumes, and therefore, a must be found elsewhere. Algonians Attend W. H. M. S. District Meeting at Garner Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Erickson will take Mrs. C. F. Erickson to her home at Minneapolis Saturday and return Sunday. Mrs. C. F. Erickson has been here during the last few weeks. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson, is in charge of "open State The Algona district Woman's house" for the forestry department Home Missionary society held its in connection with the animal annual convention at the Methodist Veishea celebration at Iowa Church at Garner Friday, and 110 college this week-end, delegates registered. Kossuth towns rpl1 " •""»*'«»« held represented were Algona, Lu Verne, Titonka, and Burt. Hannah P. Miller, Philadelphia, was principal speaker of the con vention. The concluded at night with a Queen Esther banquet Algonians who attended the convention follow: The Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman, the Hev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, and Mesdames E. J. Skinner, Wm. Hodges, Prank Seeley, Anton Anderson, E. N. Taylor, G. L. Vohs, Wm. C. Steele, W. A. Dutton, L. J. Malueg, H. Shoi Wallukait, George Louis Lynk. Mrs. Seeley is president of local organization. )U6ge tins weeit-enu. uuuu^u UUIL tuwii. one ^wnoiueio The Baptists held their annual lit a wonderful improvement, meeting Monday evening, and re-1 Lynn Mathes, Wichita Falls, ports showed the church out of Tex., has been released from the debt and all departments in flour- hospital, and is now at home, re- ishing condition. Dinner was serv- cuperating from a nine weeks ill- ed prior to the meeting. jness with a ruptured appendix. JYII « tlliU iTll O. J. VI i J * »*i»»»i'« " Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman spent. Sunday at Boone with the Monroe Mikkelsons. Mrs. Milckelsou is Ihe former Pauline Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. Mothers of children who will begin school next year are asked to meet at the schoolhouse tomorrow " o'clock to outline There will Shonwaiter, Christ afternoon at 2 Johnson, and the summer round-up. be 66 beginners next fall the N. V. Young, Mason City Algona is Winner in Typing Tests Algona liigh school commercial here on business and visited ---••" • • mother, Mrs. W. H. students won- a county novice shorthand, novice typing, and am- was - „- ateur typing contest at the high club, of which he school building here Saturday morning, taking first in all events. Burt ranked second, and other sdhools taking part were 'Bancroft and Wesley. Evelyn Smith, Algona, won first in individual amateur typing; Isabelle Greenberg, Algona, first dn novice typing; and Helen Sterling, Algona, first in novice shorthand. The Algona teams also won first in tfcree team contests. Altogether tlliirty students took part in the contest. J. H, (Jodden Under Kuife. J. H. Godden, father of W. H. Godden, underwent an operation at Emmetsburg last week Monday, and next week Monday W. H. will accompany him to Iowa City for a major operation at the university hospital. The W. H. Goddens spent Sunday at Emmetsburg, and found J. H. recovering from the operation there. He is 73 years old. Joe Zanke Critically Sick. Good .Hope, May 8—J. H. Zanke, former -well known Good Hope resident, now east of Burt, was brougUt home from Fort Dodge Saturday by Ihis daughter, Mrs. RA. Harvey. He toad been under treatment by u specialist there for fc implication of diseases, and is Still in critical condition. Mrs. Bishop gave a talk on work of tlhe organizaztion. Mrs. Bishop is president of the Algonaj distiict W. F. M. S. The 'Don M. Stiles family, except J"ne baiby son, left Saturday morning for a week with friends at Marquette, Neb. The baby was left with an aunt, Mrs. Ralph Brown. Mr. Stiles is an Advance farm reporter, and Mrs. Stiles isi a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown, soutlli of Algona. The Estherville Enterprise reports that Lois Inman, former Algona girl, for some years secretary of the Estherville creamery, visited a sister at St. James, Minn., last week Tuesday, and saw one of the new all-aluminum trains pass through that town. She considers was N. V. young, mason v-itj, "*»" here Saturday on business for the Standard Oil Co., and Mrs. Young joined him Sunday to spend the day with her sisters, Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mrs. H. B. White. Geo W. Godfrey spent Monday his "Godfrey. He ,C1 , i'-n "• IT • •-• a noon guest of the Rotary • ' was president slowly. „ —, he is gaining He is the son of Mr. and will take place. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Telcamp, farmers north of Lakota, had business at Algona Monday, and Harry Warburtno, who has a grocery store at Lakota, came with them. Harry, who is single, lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, who has a grocery ftt Swea City, have Just moved to Lakota. The elder Warburton, rural mail carrier at Swea City, will be retired on pension soon. The federal government deducts 3% per cent of the wages of rural mail carriers for a pension fund. Last week's Burt Monitor reported that Lyle E. Mantor, instructor in the State Teachers college at Kearney, Neb., was at Iowa City writing a thesis for his doctorate. He obtained a master's degree there in 1925. The young man is a nephew of the Mantor brothers here, and his mother is Mrs. Laura Mantor, Cedar Falls, who lived at Burt in war time. Mrs. Mantor has two daughters who also hold master's degrees, one teaching in a teachers colleg'e at Las Vegas, N M 0 T H E R S D A Y S U N D A Y M A Y 13 Mother's Day S FLOWERS & Flowers are the choice expression of Mother's greetings. We have planned an exceptional offer of plants, fresh cutflowers, and everlasting gardens for the occasion. We deliver anywhere iri Algona and for the mother who lives in some distant city let us telegraph her flowers. ,t*.t MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS Roses, her favorite color ---------- $2.00 doz. and up Boxes of asst. flowers, good value ______ $1.25 and up Choice Blooming Plants ________________ Me and up Baskets of Pansy Plants __________________ 75c eactt Novel Metal Baskets mixed flowers ____ $1.00 and up Boxes of mixed Bedding Plants _ _______ $1.00 and up Come in — or phone ns before you forget! ALGONA GREENHOUSES EXCITED? >t the NEW 0 ,u,,,,. m. .- .— . Mrs. H. N. Mathes, and a brother of F. D. Mathes, of State's Cafe. Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cox spent Sunday at Ames, the former visiting her son Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Cox consulted a veterinarian about f their Perkinese dog, which is suf-' fering from an infection in one of its inner ears. Mr. Cox is employed by the N. W. Bell Telephone Co. Mrs. Maurice Cullen and her two children will go to Mason City tomorrow to make their home. For the last two weeks they have been at Mrs. Cullen's father Anton Streit's . Mr. Cullen has been at Mason City the past several weeks, employed at a Ford garage. The Cullens had been living at Whittemore. FOR SERVICE Rugs, Draperies and Curtains FURS! FURS? MO— ^ *%»££%&£. Modern Dry Cleaners iturkVH R97 PHONE 687 you get in Goodyear's new "G-3"! IOME in and see it — the tire that licks the prob- I lem of rapid tread-wear t "G-3" is its name —Just an engineer's symbol for the tread that stood up under the toughest punishment the Goodyear test fleet ever gave a tire. They pounded it over the roads day and night — starting, speeding, stopping — frazzling brakes and wracking cars. And when the reports were in, the "G-3" All-Weather was the winner! It kept its grip twice as long as competitive tires — gives 43% more non-skid mileage than any previous Goodyear All-Weather! What a tire! It's the only tire that can keep its non-skid mileage on quick-starting — fast-running — quick-stopping modern cars. And that means more safety — longer non-skid wear on any car. It costs more to build — but you can buy it today at no extra cost! You get the broader road contact of a flatter, widtr Ail- Weather Tread. You get quicker-flopping and the greater road grip of more non-ikid block* in the outer. You get the eaty tteering and smooth traoeloftoidtr riding-rib*. Yoa get the *low, even wear of closer-netted non-tkid block* and rib*. Yoa get more robber in the tread, an average of two pound* more per tire, —all of which ftdcU up to 43% MORENON-SKID MILEAGE at no extra cott to yoat Deldutch Super Service LUBRICATION, CAB WASHING AND BRAKE SERVICE EXIDE BATTBBIES Call 85 —and the BEST NEWS IS SAVED FOE THE tAST! The new «G'8 W All-Weather Costs No More to Buy*

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