bsfi PAGE BiVH rsel Blajichard,JLone Rock Girl, Is Married MRS. a Af Ute home . M Blanchard >llce the Wrlage of tookP Frsel to Chester NP.- the Rev. S. forming the cere- url"'" T__l« ftntr 1933 H. S. Normal Girls Shower Former Classmate Rich Point, Juno G—The l!)3Si|ionl al class of'Algona high school normal V ,.,, ( .) (H training girls entertained at ai shower at the Shelter House at, the j Ambrose A. Call state park Tues- home, day afternoon in honor o£ Iluby Iho Kossuth hospital |.\vo \vc'cl(H, is steadily improving, and will soon !,<> a bin to return to hi- LEONA IAMPE, OF BANCROFT, IS MARRIED DID 'DICK; COWLES SUPPORT COLFLESH? Algona Girl Gets I. S. T. C. Diploma Cedar Falls, June 6-—An elementary teacher diploma was conferred upon Margaret M. Habegar, i gona, in graduation exercises Al- at the State Tecahers college here brought little Prank Wise home with her for a few days. Mary Joan Anderson, Algona, spent a few days last week with her grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Harris. The Fred Plumbs attended Sunday school at. Good Hope Sunday morning and ate a covered-dish ring Koepke, who will be married this week Thursday at the homo of her uncle, Frank Ditsworth, to Wilfred lu Coleman, Lu Verne. The ceremony| at used. mixed flowers. M ployed the Mln- 'the ceremony a supper was serv- t the Blanchard will be performed by the Hov. English in the presence of. immediate members of the two families and close friends. The bridal couple will be attended by Effio Egel and Everett Van Stoenbcrg. M«(l Itoriminnx Arc Jfosls— Mr. and Mrs. Matt liormann en- grnup of friends last Thursday nven- woro served. Bancroft, Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Henry Larnpe, The G. 0. I over now, but an editorial graph in last week's Knoxville Journal is interesting because it relates to the alleged activities of Senator Dickinson and Gardner i Cowles. If it is true, then it seems Monday. Miss Habegar was one of; dinner at Mrs. W. J. Bourne's. They < 288 students granted degrees and j were supper guests of the Rev. and primary election is diplomas. Other events in which!Mrs. A. H. Wood. | she took part included the presi-| Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum, pala " dcnt'a reception Sunday, May 27, Garner, spent Sunday with Mr. and a dinner in honor of graduates Saturday. their hi ,'. Refreshments were married i st , riingo that the Senator and Mr. morning at St. John's jcowles did not confide in their old I .A children's day program will be ,IP was graduated from h School in 1924 and estate university one he University o£ Com- Lines a year. The graduated from high school in 1922, Lone Rock has of the county. HH'II POINT Ni;\YS The J. F. Blacks were muring guests at. a Kain-Drnnn wedding at Algoim Tuesday. Many others from Teachers Close Their Schools— UliK vicinity attended a dance giv-'bride wore an Paulino Black and Norma Raney, on ''>' Ml '. and Mrs. Drone at the organdy dress teachers of the Irvington school, filil ' ^rounds that evening. closed their school year with a pic- MrK - •'"' ln Mr.CJuirc, daughters Marian, Doris, Marilyn, and Madonna, spent last week with McGulro's parents, Mr. and Clyde Hurtis, Muson City. Sonny Walker, son of Mr. and. At. 1 o'clock The paragraph fol- and Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor, I Tuesday Ciilhollc church. Father Sylvester Gnidy sang the nuptial mass. The bride was attended by her „,,, ., , sister, Ucrtha Lampo ft N Fort I Clarence Knutson, gross income Hod go. and the bridegroom by Mar- > tflx can(lidato f °>' governor, eellns Clialus, Fort Dodge. The ankle-length white and a full Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Fraser. H» is making his home with an aunt, Mrs. F. A. Gibbs. The Fred Nearings spent Sunday. afternoon with Mrs. Hearing's par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, itf' Britt. friends here. lows: given at the church next morning at 11:15. Marie Sunday Harris and Mrs. Leo Steven are program committee. They will rehearse the calls i children this week Tuesday after- nic of pupils and parents Friday. Miss Black went Saturday to the Algona Country club, where she will be employed during the summer. Miss Raney will spend the Lair will be at home here after at the wedding and the vere the John Sones fam- Mr. and Mrs. Os- the Lester length veil. She carried a bouquet of cream colored roses with baby jreaths. Her maid's dress was blue with while the turn, when he asserts that the!noon at the church. Colflcsh candidacy represents the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney. Rnin Breaks Up Hall Gnmp— A promising ball game between i last week at Robert the Irvington and Hobarton teams Ham Hell's Jr., was broken up Sunday by a heavy rain which ended the drought in this locality. A IKON at t] I Mr.s. Olon Walker, visitor last week Capesius homo. Lucille Sill visited several days Hell's and Wil- fwitehill, Burt; the Claude A lls, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan rd Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cot- 1 the Rev. and Mrs. Glad£ couple left immediately for a JSng trip to Cedar Falls, and f de's brother, Donald Blanch, came home with them Satur- L Sharp is 7; Party— Mrs Glen Sharp entertained Sat- lay afternoon in honor of her ishter Betty Ann's seventh today. Attending: Catherine ,»and Ruthe Ellen Householder, Ue and Mary Ann.Flaig, Doris Blanchard, Joan Flaig, Betty u andEula Mae Sharp, .Virginia f e Luella Acharman, Helen Dorand Marian Jensen, Bobby Lee t, Phyllis Hawks, Viola and Rnth Ulnck Is Improving— Ruth Black, who has been a pa- RINGSTED GIRL BECOMES BRIDE OF FENTON BOY Mrs. j organdy, ankle-length, Mrs. j accessories, and she carried yellow j tea roses and sweet peas. a wedding dinner was a I was served at the home of the Frank bride's parents, and late in the day the couple left for a month's trip, through Kansas. They will stay I with the Bridegroom's parents un-! Algona. til March 1. j I no William Dunlaps attended j Memorial day exorcises at Britt | Mrs. W. W. Odcll is Dead- last, week Wednesday. | Funeral services for Mrs W W Russell Patterson, Burl, is spend-iOdell were held Sunday afternoon at. the Baptist church. She died Friday, ten days after a stroke. Mrs. Odell's maiden name was Melissa Robinson, and she was horn near Polo, 111., September 12, ing several days as guest of his' cousin, Howard Raney. Sprank, Ruth cllle Genrich. Kraft, and Mrs. William Castle, sister, Mrs. Oscar Chrislensen, the latter's husband, and Mr. Christensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen, all of Kcnosha, Wis., from last week Wednesday till Sunday. Mr. and Mr.s. Carl Priebo went to and his brother-in-law, Gardner Cowles, of the DCS Moines Register, to build up an organization for the support of Senator Dickinson's candidacy two years hence. "Dickinson appointed Colflesh U. S. district attorney, and Colflesh resigned to run for governor. If nominated and elected, Mr. Colflesh will, at one stroke, secure control of the republican organization for Senator Dickinson and remove a possibly dangerous competitor from Dickinson's path in the person of Dan W. Turner. "That is the inside politics of the present campaign. It's all fair nough, and no criticism attaches to anybody, but it makes the contest all the more interesting to the onlooker." The Harold Currans, Lu Verne, were Sunday guests of Mr. Curran's uncle, A. L. Greenfield. Mrs. J. W. Harris and her daughter Marie spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Harris's other daughter, Mrs. Laurence Hansen, near Wesley. Mrs. Drusilla Noble spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise, Mason City, and Kirschbaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kirschbaum. Mrs. Charles Aman had a visit from her Chicago sister and the [latter's family one day last week. I The Charles Amans attended a family dinner at Thomas Steven's, Algona, last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Barr attended the wedding of Ann Kain and Fern Drone Tuesday at Algona. Morris Arnold, daughters Estelle and Audra, and Maurine Smith, Garden Grove, were dinner guests last week Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor. Estelle has been teaching at the Bryant building, Algona, and her father and sister came for her. She will return in the fall. Mrs. Andy Baker returned to her home at Mason City Sunday, after several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. John Huff Jr. Verl Fraser, Elkton, Minn., spent .tsloff, Hampshire, 111. J Partners in Get-Together— jllers at N. L. Cotton's last ; Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. mes Doyle, all of Blacksfoot, , and Mrs. James O'Brien, of [Wttemore. Edw. Doyle and Mr. ttton were in the hardware busi- s many years ago at Whittemore 1 they had not seen each other [lore In 11 years. ler at Fred Dransfeldts— Murprise birthday, .dinner., jyas, i at Fred Dransf eldt's Sunday, ding: the Frank Bahlings, the irles Scotts, the Alvin Ander- the Russell Shiplers, and my Anderson, all of Burt, and ', and Mrs. Robert Dransteldt. Iwis Wegncr 82; Picnic— |The Ray Bierstedts, Edward mtedts, and Fred Wegeners . a picnic dinner at the Am- A. Call state park Sunday, rating Louis Wegner's 82nd rthday and L. Wegner's 57th, ible School is Planned— i Rev, Mr. Gladstone opened a i school at Ringsted last week ' y. A school here opens June , Margaret Gladstone and Doro- rDacken, local instructors. Ion for the V. V. Fryes— [A. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. f Frye last Thursday. Mr. r e's mother, Mrs. B. B. Frye; and daughter Lola are caring for «r and baby. |»Ui« Godden Appendix Out— 'Sther Godden underwent an ap- 'dicitls operation and a tonsil- at the Wohnke hospital, fancrott, Friday. l» Services Next Sunday— There win be no church services Sunday, but Sunday school 3 Pen at 10 a. m. Other Lone Rock. "'•'Williams and Katherine i Humboldt, drove here last «»y evening to visit Mrs. s Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wll- Krause, and Mr. Krause, who minv.j a t Whittemore with the company, I 1 . Ha «*s, daughter Mrs. the latter ' s daugb- Law- spent Fenton, June 5—The marriage of Mamie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson, Ringsted, to Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman'Long, also Ringsted, took place at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, Wednesday, May 23. The bride was attired in white satin and lace with accessories to match, and carried a bouquet of pink roses and white snap-dragons. She was attended by her cousin, Meryl Olson, of Haifa, who wore pale pink silk crepe with corsage of sweet peas. Floyd Long, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and the bridal pair approached the altar to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march played by Mrs. A. K. Gaard. After the ceremony dinner was served to 65 guests. The bride is a graduate of the Penton high school and later attended the Iowa State Teachers college, following which she taught 1853, being past 81 at death. She was married in Wisconsin in September, 1873, and eight children were born, of whom three are dead. The Odells came to Bancroft 45 ,. _ , , ,years ago. Besides her husband Mo., Sunday to bring ; 8 h c leaves five children: Mrs. Alice home Mrs. Pricbc's mother, Mrs. | Barslou, Bancroft; Clarence, Ray- Hernuui Luedtku Sr., patient at a mond , and Charles, Denver; Elwin, .al there. They returned Mon-: Bancroft. There are 18 grandchil- Mrs. Luedtke is getting along drcn and 15 great-grandchildren. For Sale DINING CHAIRS * « * ' • We have a nice assortment of round and square tables opening 6 to 12 ft., buffets* baby beds, 2 sewing ma* chines, 1 drop head and 1 boas top, and ice boxes. We haves lots of other items not mentioned. FURNITDREECHAXNGE First place east of library. Pension Blanks Received Here re- em- for day The Fred Baileys came Saturday j Mrs. A. J. Ltuiorgan Passes— for an overnight visit with rela- lives, and Sunday wont on to Word was received here Sunday noon of the death of Mrs. A. J. Marshall, Minn., to join the Wil- 1 Lonergan at. Oakland, Calif. She liam Baileys for a fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyhl entertained Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf, the twins, and W. Holldorf, Ceylon, Minn., at dinner Sunday, and had been, sick ten months. Funeral services will be held this week Thursday morning at 9 o'clock at Churdan, and burial will be in St. John's cemetery here in the afternoon at 1 p. m. Mrs. Lon- Treasurer M. J. Duffy has ceived blanks for the use of ployers in listing employes whom they must pay the new old age pension tax. The blanks provide a space for the firm or employer's name, the name of each employe, age, county, city, and street address. There is space for listing nine employes on each sheet. When filled out the sheets, with a dollar for each name, will be turned into the treasurer's office here, and receipts will be sent to the employer to be in turn given to employes. they wore supper guests at Wilbert ei 'gan's folks live at Churdan. Holldorf's. The W. F. Weisbrods spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan and their son Francis will leave Wednesday for Churdan to attend !l!!;!H!!!!il!!lil!!!!!llll!!!!!lll!llll!!l!IIH | LOOK! LOOK! I Chevrolet ( Price Reduction j $35 on Master Passenger Gars j $50 on Trucks 1 JM-Sl^SS&ra^^lrrw; four years in Independence township, Palo Alto county. The bridegroom is a farmer. Former Pastor Tlsits Here — The Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Gerkin, Sioux City, visited the W. J. Weis- brods last Thursday and Friday. They were en route from Corwith, where Mr. Gerkin delivered a Memorial address. He is a former Fenton pastor. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyiler were entertained at Isabel guest here, returned with them. Mrs. Harry Widdel was hostess to her sewing club last Thursday is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Loner- IS tllS was the last meeting till fall. Girls Help Candidate. Titonka, June 5—Four Titonka girls campaigned at Algona part of last week for William Ricklefs, re- sheriff. Loraine Peterson, Julia Stott, and Beryl Boggess. publican candidate for They were Phydelis and the Weisbrod home at, dinner Thursday evening. last Surprise for Mrs. Johnson Sr.— Mrs. Elsie Johnson was taken by surprise on her birthday last week Wednesday evening at Lester Johnson's, where she is visiting. Her children gave a surprise gathering: E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Charles Newel, Truman Johnson, Gaylord Johnson, their families, and Andrew Johnson. Letf Wallace Still Sick- Leo "Wallace, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia three weeks or more and suffered a relapse, is not recovering as rapidly as hoped for. It was necessary to to their home at Glidden Friday, after three weeks at the parental H. C. Lindsey home. The Henry Fauerbys, Iowa Falls, and Harold Geronsin, of a C. C. C. camp at Eldora, were at Chris Cer- onsin's and E. C. Fauerby's. Saturday and Sunday. The Arnold Krauses returned from a fishing vacation in northern Minnesota Friday, and Arnold treated friends with samples of his catches. Mrs. Kate Newel took her grandsons, Harold and Lyle Newel, to Emmet Devine, son of Dr. and >Mrs. J. A. Devine, came home Sat- I tends college.- Antoinette Hart came from Sioux City Friday to spend a vacation with her parents, Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Hart. Evans Carmean is here from Des Moines, he atttends the Des Moines School of Pharmacy. Eileen Walsh is at home from Sioux City, where she attends Briar Cliff college. MAN'S HEART STOPPED, STOMACH GAS CAUSE W. L. Adams was bloated so with gas that his heart often missec beats after eating. Adlerika rid him of all gas, and now toe eats anything and feels fine. — E. "W. Lusby, Druggist. \ Used Cars « ri One 1933 Chevrolet Coupe One 1929 Ford Tudor S One 1933 Chevrolet Coach One used 8-ft. Grain Box = == D. Parsons has leased our paint shop and will do all kinds of == Hj Duco painting. He will appreciate your paint business as He g H does good work. == | KOHLHAAS BROS. | iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Francis Lonergan is Graduated— I Francis Lonergan, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan, was graduated from the Des Moines School of Pharmacy last week Tuesday Thursday and Friday , Miller's Bay, the Okobojis, Sa ur- | took " the state board examina- day, and they spent the day fish- ng. , Walter Warner, Des Moines, came Saturday to get his wife and daughter, who had been at Samuel Warner's two weeks. The Clarence Theesfields spent Decoration day with Clarence's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thees- and hos- fa mily, and r> of Bai »>roft, Sunday at the T home Lam P 68 ' Ventura, L ° Uis - and Ed- :ield, Armstrong. , waldorr, tions. P. A. Lonergan drove to Des Moines to attend the graduation exercises, and Francis came home Friday for a visit with his parents. Three Have Operations Here— Edward Mescher, Esther Godden, and Dorothy Schiltz have had operations for appendicitis at the Wohnke hospital in the last week. Edward was operated on late Fred Newel went to Minn., Saturday to bring home his j Thursday night, "and Miss Godden wife, who had spent two weeks early Friday morning. Miss Schiltz, Longs, and Wil» with the A ' w he° reWeeka ' remained at Mr ' S ' Arthur Priebe ™Wednesday from T Mrs. Prie Ze visited John Skar et, Starr an mother, :.ii?s«r: home Suuday student Robert at them left I _;on, daugh- 1 Hulda, and son week Wednesday for " visit the tap his lungs last Thursday, Friday he was taken to the pital at Whittemore. Dinner Honors Little Girl— ... Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt entertained at a dinner in honor of their daughter Wilrna Mae, who was baptized Sunday, Mrs. Arthur Krause sponsor. Guests were the Arthur Krause family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, a son, and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. Richard Hengel Home Again— Richard Hengel was taken home last week Wednesday, after a few days at his sister Mrs. Prank Schattschneider's, where he was convalescing from a recent severe illness at the Whittemore hospital. His brother Arthur is doing the farm work. Theesfields Fish in Wisconsin- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Theesfield and Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Zumach left for northern Wisconsin on a fishing trip Saturday morning. They were accompanied as far as Ladysmlth by Lucille Theesfield, who is visiting relatives there. Teachers Home for Summer— Selina and Malinda Hantelman came home Sunday for the summer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hantleman. Selina has been teaching at Clarksville; Malinda at Allison. Both were reelected. Beeders on Fishing Vacation— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reedei went to Algona Friday evening to spend the night with Mr. and Mrs R. Colburn, and Saturday both couples left for a week of fishing m northern Minnesota. there. William, Fisher has moved into the S. J. Stehle house recently vacated by the John Kramers. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Downer, Hawley, Minn., came last Thursday for a visit at Robert Voettler's. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, of Whittemore, were at L. J. Weisbrod's Sunday. The William Boettchers were entertained at Oliver Graham's Sunday. WHAT A TIRE! WHATATIRE! See it here! Goodyear test drivers burned out brakes—wracked cars — pounded the roads night and day —and it kept its grip twice as long as other tiresl Seneca rvvn Tuesda y. Two Enter the L S. T. C.- Mathilda Ruhnke and Marvel El and her Moines the lege. to to They returned Mathilda KunnKe auu «w»«» «• bert went to Cedar Palls Sunday to enroll at the State Teachers col Schmidt and msen ' Eleanor «* Sunday. Other Fenton News. Mrs. Ervin Huskamp and Mrs. E A. Huskamp took Virginia Hus kamp to Fairmont last Thursday and thence she took the bus fo .Minneapolis to visit a sister . an perhaps seek employment for tn Isuxainer. Mias Huskamp is,* teach er, and she closed her School mother Earl Osboru and Vernon Jensen were business callers at Algona londay. , . . Dorothy Jensen, Ringsted, is vis- ing her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie ensen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn ere Sunday dinner guests at P. J. Veisbrod's, Fenton. Lois Mae, daughter o£ Mr. and rs. Melvin Norland, has been ick. , . „„ Mrs. Linus Jensen and her aughter Beverly Ann spent Sun- ay with the former's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Jens Halversou. Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mis. Anna Osborn, and Vernon Jensen spent lunday afternoon at Martin Jenen's, Ringsted. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, of Wesley, entertained the Seneca-Wesley Aids at her home last week Wednesday, and a program was given by the Wesley women. Present from Seneca were: Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mrs. J. H. Jensen Mrs Jens Halvorson, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, the Rev. S. O. Sande, Mrs. Linus Jensen, Vernon Jensen, Martin Wilberg, Mrs. Albert St SlnaS.rd e Hedln Hodman, the Otto Wilbergs, and the C. M Thompsons were Sunday dinner guests at George Charleson's The Lawrence Saxtons, of Swea Pitv the Roy Osborns, Lester us- bo»n, and Kiel Osborn were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. William Osborn's who was operated on Monday afternoon, is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz. Chicks I)i« in n Blaze— The firemen were called Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock to the F. J. Hatten home, where a brooder house in the back lot was afire. Not much damage was done to the house, but 44 chicks out of .°.40 were burned. Young Couple to Wed— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's church for Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hutchison, and Emma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JYlsit from Jfrs. Mueller's A. J. Meyers. Schanper-ana'four Jharles assist- at Aiding It is now by Ber- for the iool picnic N., returned Sunday after a week *Bormann's caring for Jim- from while Mrs. Ul- ten by a dog Sunday at t of her grandmother, Mrs. Stems. Medical aid was given. e home Emelle suffering blistered hands received mixing a disinfectant with his seed corn. Zita Thill returned to her home Sunday evening near Whittemore after several weeks with relatives here. Blanche and Maynard Lentseh, and friend from Clare, were Sunday guests at Clarence Kramer's. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Bancroft. Jess Franklin, of Livermore, has been doing carpenter work at Peter Kayser's the past week. Nicholas Becker, Sioux City, came Sunday evening and will spend the summer here. John Merk, of Clarion, was a visitor at John Thul's last week Tuesday. The Matt Beckers, of Burt, spent Sunday with the George Beckers. The- Jack Devines, of Hutchins, spent Sunday at Tom Devlne's. Paul Gales, Waterloo, is visiting relatives here. WARNING! I F YOU think the non-skid tread on your present tires wore out too soon — you're right! Ordinary treads can't stand the strain of modern driving. But come in today and see a tire that will! The new "G-3" AlLWeather! It has a wider tread-flatter tread —more rubber in the tread — more non-skid blocks in the center of the tread — and gives 43% longer non-skid mileage than the best previous Goodyear All-Weather. No matter what car you drive — no matter how you drive - this tire will give you more miles of safety-AT NO EXTRA COST! Watch the rest of the Industry try to copy this amazing tire. Watch them try to duplicate Goodyear's claims." But, remember, you have to have"non-sfcid" before you can have "non-sfcid mileage." And to have"non-skid," you have to have GRIP where you see it here—GRIP in the center of the tread — the place where it counts, because It's the spot where the tire contacts the road. Look at the grip on this Goodyear Tire and ask yourself why buy any tire that lacks this safety? And keep in mind that you cannot successfully build this type of non-skid tire without the extra-durability of Supertwist cords. PRICES? No more than for other tires which give far less non-skid mileage Deldutch Super Service MJBBICATJON, CAB WASHING AND BRAKE SERVICE EXH>E BATTERIES Cilft 85 600DYEAR ALL-WEATHER 4.50-21 „ $8,15 4.75-19 —.„,„__ $8,65 5.00-19 , $9.^5 5.25-18 „-— fJ040, 6.50-18,—..» ^.ttMHl All prices subject to without notice 9t«tft"
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