Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1934
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JpAGE TWO and Used Cars Financed If your present payments fere too high -we will refi- tiance your car for you. Prompt and courteous 'ireatment. H. N. KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY ^Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa Junior Legion Auxiliary Formed by Titonkians v Daughters ~ BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSCTH COUNTY ADVANCE ^Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered as Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Poatofflo4 at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS ;W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QCARTON A MILLEB Law Offices. phones: Office 427, residence 114 Algona, Iowa. J. L. ItONAIl Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, low* BTTLHTAN, McMAHON & LINNAK 'J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoc L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., J09, B. E. McM., 403. Algona, low*. GROUP OF 12 YOUNG GIRLS IS ORGANIZED Titonka, June 26—A junior ganizatlon of the Auxiliary was formed at the Nelson brothers' home Friday afternoon. Attending were Jean French, Clarice Falk, Frances and Bertha Pannkuk, Phyllis Falk, Marguerite and Ruth Seivers, Beth Bonacker, Maxine Peterson, Geraldine Bruns, Marietta Bruns and Marjorie Peterson. A business meeting was also held and Jean French was elected president; Maxine Peterson, secretary- treasurer, Ann Schenck, leader; and Nellie Nelson, assistant leader. Many Get Cream Checks— The creamery issued 25 high cream checks last month to; Warner Stnidt, $144.04; Henry Gray & HARRINGTON & LOWE B. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Attorneys-at-Law Phone 237 R. J. H. 44« Office over Postoffice. It. J. VAN If ESS, 0. W. STILL3IAB Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algeria, low* 6. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj BHUJHVAY A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law ©ffice In Qulnby Block Phone 58 Algona, low* ' L. A. WINKEL Atltorney-at-Law Office in Qulnby Building Phone 180 HIHAJI B. WHITE Atlorney-at-Lair Office over Iowa State Bank. I"!hone 206. Algona, Iowa Sons, $134.16; $118.30; Edw. Bruno Zwelfel, Stecker, $109.72; Ubbe Winter, $96.20; J. A. Hanna, $94.12; J. N. Koestler, $90.22; Chris Brandt, $89.70; J. K. Rippentrop, $87.36; Geo. Weigand, $83.72; A. Schram, $79.88; M. W. Smidt, §79.30; W. H. Grover, $78.72; Peter Ubben, $77.74; Graham Bros., $76.18; Win. Wclhousen, $74.30; Fred DeVries, $73.84; J. E. Sleper, $73.58; Rob Callies, $72.28; Edw. Ricks, $70.72; Mrs. A. L. Schiltn, $70.72; Geo. L. Schmidt, $68.64; Tom Young, $67.60; George Peterson, $67.34; Bonno Schutter, $66.58. Young Folks Have Picnic— Several young people had a picnic last week Wednesday evening in Edward Zweifel's pasture. At- lending were George Boeckelman, Loraine Peterson. Kathryn and Wilbur Schram, Helen Beed, Herbert Rakow, Harold and Mildred Krantz, Edithmae Budlong, and \rthur Askin. Following the picnic they attended a show at Bancroft. M ISS HARRIETT COOKINHAM, specialist (left), is telling a group of Davis county farm women to choose well constructed equipment for their kitchens. Good equipment lasts longer and-is cheaper in the long run. Its first cost usually is little more than lower grade articles. At the right is Mrs. K. Henderson and a well arranged cup- hoard made from an old cabinet which she bought for 25 cents. Pans and equipment are hung up instead of being piled in disorderly fashion, energy. thus saving time and LAKOTA PASTOR TIES KNOT FOR BROTHER, BRIDE Lakota, June G— The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson returned from Knoxville last Thursday evening after visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pringle. Wednesday they attended the wedding of Frank's brother Paul and Myrle Robinson, at Allerton, where the Rev. Mr. Johnson performed the . . marriage ceremony. Mrs. Johnson sang, At Dawning, and I Love You Truly. Both Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson arc known here, as Paul preached here while the Rev. Mr. Johnson was sick two years ago, P. A. DANSON Attorney-At-Layr Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. SIB AID AT BURT HOSTESS TO 3 OTHER AIDS Burt, June 26—About 130 attended an Aid Guest day at ihe Methodist church last week Wednesday. The members of the Titonka, Good Hope, and Swea City societies were guests. A fine program was given. It consisted of devotions by the Rev. C. B. Mitchell ; welcome, Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff; vocal trio, Lois Graham, Dorothy Brooke, Vera Chipman; solo, Mrs. C. E. Hammer; reading, odist church held a community aroline Carr; vocal quartet, Vera Mnlileinan Shows Movies— Last Thursday evening the Meth- supper with a large crowd attending. Following the supper the Rev. Mr. Muhleman, of Algona, showed moving pictures taken on a trip through the southern states. The Rev. Mr. Muhleman has shown several motion pictures here which he has taken while traveling. CARBOL A. WANDEB Attorncy-at-Law Office over Postoffice. Rione 65 Algona, !«. Pastor Away on Tacatiou— The Rev. Fremont Pauls left Sunday afternoon for Pelican lake to spend a week's vacation fishing and swimming. The Rev. Mr. Mitchell, Burt, will preach here in the Methodist church next Sunday. Willis Phelps will preach in Burt. It is not known what day the Rev. Mr. Faul will return. A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOB Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building •Phone 251 Algona PARSONS & COTLE Attorneys at Law "E. H. Parsons Judge D. F. Coyle Phone 820 : Algona, Iowa Office over the Basket Grocery. DOCTORS ' JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Stor« Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. Bible School is Reopened— The Rev. H. W. Schoenlein, accompanied by Rev. Killian, who attended a convention during the past week at Minneapolis, returned Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Schoenlein is again teaching Bible school which reopened Monday. During his absence the school was closed. Newlyweds Give Dance— Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich, who arrived home a week ago Tuesday night from a honeymoon trip to Chicago to visit the World's fair week, gave a wedding dance at the Coliseum the same evening. The Coliseum was crowded. C. H. CBETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. Iowa P. T. JAN8E, M. B. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, III Algona, Iowa WALTEB FIIASKB, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Qulnby Bldg.. Room 14. Phone No. 12 111 0. BOUENB ~~~~ Physician and Surgeon Office In Postoffice Block Fbonea: Office, 197; residence, W. D. ANDREWS, ». 0. •iteopathlc 1'hynlclan and SnrgeM Located In General Hospital. Phones: Office 187. Res. 688. DENTISTS , r -.^ DB. H. M. OLSON j«ii*iU Dentist. Qas or novocalne used for «fraction. Located over Chrlatensen Store. Phones: Business 166, residence 478 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS treatments for a severe ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klanip returned Sunday from a week's visit at Downs, Kans. They found farming conditions to be much better here than at any part of the county through which they passed. They stopped at Des Moines on their way home and report the birth of a son at the Berton Isenberger home. Mrs. Ray Budlong and children, and Mrs. Frances Budlong, of Titonka, were Sunday afternoon visi- OFFIGAL FIGURES OUT FOR G, 0, P, VOTE ON GOVERNOR re- Official state returns of the cent primary election show that Dan W. Turner for governor carried Kossuth by a majority over all .1757 Short A. Stoutenberg been visiting Ha- nd Laurence Chipman and Lois j nd Joseph Graham; piano duet, le Sewick, and Vera Chipmau; iolin solo, Maybelle Gray; and a lay, The Menu Committee, by a umber of the women. icwlyweds Visit Brother— Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones pent Thursday night at the H. V. ones home. The couple had been larried on Monday at Grand larais, Minn., where Mrs. Jones, ormerly Vivian Bovenmeyer, had een teaching Home Economics. They had taken an auto trip to 'ort Arthur, Canada, and the Superior National Forest, and were an their way to their home at Fort lodge. Mr. Jones is a brother of L I. V. Jones and is with the Metropolitan Life Insurance company. L. W. FOX J. B. WINKKIi Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.: res. 476-R INSURANCE KOSSCTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 'Over $15,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Safe Secure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary. MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Picnic Draws Crowd of 250— The Lutheran Sunday school annual picnic and children's day pro gram was held at Martin Brandt's Sunday, and 250 Lutheran enure! members and friends attended Dinner was brought by the crowd John Alke 84; Celebrates— John Alke celebrated his 84th birthday last Thursday by enter taining his children, grandchildren and several of his friends, and 3f were in attendance. Lunch wa served. Church Supper Nets $86— About $35 was cleared at thi Methodist church supper held a the church last Thursday evening Other Titonka News. R. L. Krantz, accompanied by a son Clifford, drove, west to the Da Kotas and other states Sunda' morning on business. They expect to be back sometime this week. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson, accompanied by H. C. Schweppe, drove to Des Moines Monday, where they spent a few days on business. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, who was operated on at Mercy hospital in Mankato, Minn., a week ago M9nday, is reported recovering rapidly. Ken Fisher is building a small house in which he expects to live where it is placed on part of his father John F. Fisher's land. The Roy Budlongs and Mrs. Frances Budlong drove to Algona Sunday to visit Hazel Budloug, who is in the hospital there. The Antone Pannkuks, Blooming Prairie, Minn., who formerly operated a store here, were business visitors here Monday. Emanuel Andersons, of Dysart, who formerly lived here, spent Sunday here visiting friends and relatives. The Lee 0. Wolfes and the H. C. Schweppers painted their houses last week. Alice Gartner spent a few days last week visiting friends in Rowan. arty Honors the Hnnnas— Mrs. Maude Hanna entertained ast week Wednesday in honor of Urs. Sadie Schenck. Mrs. Geo. C. lanna and daughter Myrtle, and Wrs. Delbert Hanna, Lone Rock, Urs. Fred Yopp, Mrs. Luella Schenck, Mrs. Mayme Hofius, Mrs. Lloyd Elston, Mrs. E. G. McDonald, and Jennie Thompson were the other guests. Visits Home After 12 Years— The J. H. Grahams are expecting their son Harvard, his wife and two children this week. Harvard went to California, years ago, and this is his first trip back, so -the Grahams have never seen his wife or children. Harvard is employed as a mechanic in a factory at San Francisco. tors at the W. home. They had zel Budlong at the Kossuth hospital, who fell from a choir several weeks ago and cracked two vertebrae. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carney, Algona, spent Sunday at the AV. R. Carney home. Their children, Fern and Mary Frances, spent last week and are spending this week here •with, their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crow, of lharles City, and Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford, Marion, visited Sunday at the J. H. Graham home. The Crawfords remained for a visit icre. Mrs. Crawford is Mrs. Gralam's sister. Mrs. H. W. Manus and daugh- ;ers, Katherine and Mrs. Lilliam Sigler and son Junior, and Ernest Kruger and daughter Ruth attended a family reunion at the Charles Morris home at Lone Rock Sunday. Dr. Richard Munn, Iowa City, visited several days last week at the home of his friend, Marilda Pratt. Doctor Munn was graduated in dentistry from the state university a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hunt have and Mrs. Johnson has made brief visits here. Home From Wisconsin Visit— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and niece Margaret Smith, came home Friday after two weeks visiting in Wisconsin. The main visit was with Mrs. Gutknecht's aunt, Jennie Jones, 80 years old, who lives at Packwaukee. Other visits were at Oxford, Westfield, and Wilton. Mr. Gutknecht also visited Mrs. Stelsel, at Waupon, Wis. He reports her health not very good. The Stelsels lived in Lakota many years, but moved to Wisconsin a number of years ago, where Mr. Stelsel died two or three years Fnrst Reunion is Held— A family reunion was held at John Furst's, north of town, last week Sunday when A. Furst's children gathered to help him celebrate his 81st birthday. The Fursts are pioneers of this vicinity, but Mr. Furst moved to Buffalo Center some years ago. Present were the Henry Fursts, Algona; the Harvey Mathises, Wesley; th« Ed Tel- camps, Bancroft; the Joe Jurgens, Rake; the Ted Brunses, Buffalo Center; and the John Fursts, who live on the home farm. of 184. The vote follows: Turner — • Colflesh - £67 Knutson 540 On the democratic ticket Governor Herring led his two opponents by a majority of more than 1000 votes, as follows: Herring — ,„ Finch — 1B6 Zylstra 96 Besides Kossuth Turner carried Emmet and Palo Alto counties by majorities over all, and obtained pluralities in Humboldt and Winnebago counties. Knutson was high in Hancock. The official figures follow: EMMET Turner Short 563 Colflesh 42:1 Knutson 324 Turner over all 608 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sehryver left Thursday for Arvada, Colo ., whore .hey are visiting their daughter. Mrs. L. L. Bisgard. Clarence Schrader left Sunday for ' Des Molnes and will visit a few days there with hla uncle, Henry Schrader. Junior Schenck was seriously ill last week with some intestinal trouble. He is somewhat improved at present. Maybelle Gray and Nelda Volentine left Sunday night for Chicago to attend the World's fair. George Godden, Madison, Wis., arrived last week Monday for a visit with Burt relatives. Mrs. D. F. Slaughter and daughter Wtlma spent the week-end with relatives at Rodman. Charles Hanna Is working at the W. A. Stoutenberg farm. The B. W. Brookes spent Sunday at Interlaken Park. IT'S GREAUi FAT AND pro YEARS word. please your JUKI, try —besides' li en tor a fit voi every hoi.' Lusby' in tho decided to locate at Boone. He has secured a position in an oil station in connection with the tourist park near Boone. Mrs. Hunt was formerly Clara Schwietert. Theodora Bottom, daughter of the Rev. Arthur Bottom, former Methodist pastor here, called on Burt friends Sunday evening. She is employed at Webster City in the telephone office. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French and two children, Wayne, Pa., arrived aturday for a visit with Mrs. rench's father, Dr. W. T. Peters, nd other Kossuth relatives. Mrs. D. A. Chittenden and daugh- er Phoebe, Waverly, spent last hursday at the Dr. R. H. Thompon home. They are Mrs. Thompon's mother and sister. Acorn Club Picnic Planned— Mrs. A. Q. Smith entertained the Acorn club Thursday afternoon. Plans were made and committees appointed for the club's family picnic at J. H. Warburton's Tuesday evening. The program was not complete because of the absence of four members. The program was: roll call, Things money can not buy; the Primitive Home, Mrs. Edna Turley; The Pioneer Home, Mrs. Claire Frcrking; the Modern Roy Ewing Dies Suddenly— Mrs. I. E. Wortman received a message Thursday of the sudden death that morning of her brother- in-law, Roy Ewing, at Dumont following a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Wortman left at once for Dumont, and funeral services were held there Saturday, with burial at Webster City that afternoon. Mr. Ewing was an electrician and is survived by his wife and five small children. Mr. and Mrs. Wortman arrived home Saturday night. Henrietta Kleist in Visit- Emma and Leno Gutknecht and Emma and Louise Thaves drove to Dubuque last Thursday and return- PALO ALTO Turner 1285 Knutson 369 Colflesh 298 Short 234 Turner over all 484 HUMBOLDT Turner 1202 Colflesh ' 735 Knutson 503 Short 285 HANCOCK Cnutson - 1886 Turner 746 Colflesh 706 hort 337 Knutson over all 137 WINNEBAGO Turner 1231 Short 1070 Knutson 695 Holflesh 429 Unexpected was the big vote in Winnebago for Short. Colflesh made a poor showing in this sec- ion of the state. AVritcs Tests for Postmaster— Lloyd Elston returned to Wellman Monday, after a few days here with his family. While here he took the examination for postmaster at Algona last Thursday. He expects to complete his work as conservator of a Wellman bank soon, Iturnhams Sell Itestaurant— The H. G. Burnhams sold out their restaurant last week to V. T. Martinson, Forest City. They took possession at once and the Burnhams left Wednesday for Waterloo, where they lived before coming here a year or two ago. Creamery Meet at Mason City— Buttermaker and Mrs, L. E. Roetman, Edw. Weiske, and a number of farmers and business men plan on attending the annual meeting of the Iowa State Brand Creamery company at Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Patterson to Montana— Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson left Monday with her daughter-in-law Mrs. Howard Patterson, for the latter's home at Billings, Mont, where she expects to make an extended visit. Paul Lees Buy Home— The Paul Lees have recently purchased the Oscar Blancharc house, which is occupied by the J G. Sewicks. The Lees will not take possession of their new home for few weeks. Jiuncroft Defeats Hurt. Burt, June 27—A hotly contested game between the Bancroft Burl Junior League teams here last week Wednesday resulted in a score of 3-0 in favor of Bancroft. It was necessary to play eight in- No Lutheran Services Sunday— There will be no services at th< Lutheran church next Sunday 01 account of a Walther League rail in Zone 10 all day at the hig' school auditorium, Algona. Lutherans in I'iciiic Sunday— The Lutheran church and Sun day school held an annual picnic a the Weiske grove Sunday. A picni dinner was served at noon, followed by a social time. ed Friday afternoon, bringing home with them Henrietta Kleist, who will make an extended visit here with headquarters at August Gutknecht's. Miss Kleist is one of Lakota's early settlers, but now makes her home in Dubuque. 4-H Girls to Have Social- Elizabeth Rahmstock was hostess to the Ledyard township 4-H girls Saturday afternoon. The girls will have an ice cream social at Charles Gutknecht's at the regular Farm Bureau meeting July 13. They will also furnish the enter- Clara Shaw left Monday with her tainment at this meeting, and made in Chicago, where and attend the fiends, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, or their home he will visit iVorld's fair. A number of children enjoyed a arty in honor of Marilyn and, Bilie Boettcher's birthday at their ome Monday afternoon. Phyllis Clifton, Armstrong, vis- ;ed from Wednesday until Sunday vith her friend, Betty Walker. Lakota We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods INSURA Automobile liability and Collision Insurance, Iowa Motor 'Road Service Included Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special 'rates) I Fidelity Bonds— Surety Bonds— liecr llondg. Bonds written at our Algona office. " Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts p H Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Verv.Loi Rates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans — Real Estate — Rentals — Investments THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGEIll 55 C. R. La Bd Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State! Louise Simmons, Swea City, who as been working at Sam Warbur- on's since Mrs. Warburton's ill- iess, had to go home Sunday to est and take treatment for appendicitis. Alenc Christ is taking her place at present. Mrs. H. H. Murray took Mrs. Joe faulkuer to Estherville last week Tuesday. Mrs, Murray came home he same day, but Mrs. Faulkner emained to visit relatives and to attend the Royal Neighbor conven- ion. Arthur Fletcher, Newton, spent )art of last week visiting his jrother Harold here. The Fletchers were pioneers of this vicinity, and 40 years ago lived on the farm now occpuied by the John Roelfse- mas. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Armstrong, and Mrs. Delia Smith were visitors at Roland Smith's Sunday. Home, Mrs. Jeannette Mussman. The next regular meeting will be a "Tramp" affair, September 13. The Rev. and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson, the Ralph Olsons, and the W. R. Nelsons went to Anderson Oaks Sunday afternoon and the Rev. Mr. Johnson baptized Mayuard Nelson by immersion in the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schissel went to Des Moines last week to attend a grain dealers convention, and to plans at the Saturday meeting. 4-H Girls Go to Ames — Mrs. Leona Heetland took Mary Jane Lewis, Mervin Heetland, and Adah Telcamp, Ledyard township 4-H girls, and Emma Gutknecht, their leader, to Algona Monday morning on the first lap of their trip to the 4-H convention at Ames. Daughter for Mali Carrier— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder a week ago Tuesday evening at the Buffalo Center hospital. They now have three girls and a boy. Mr. Schroeder is Lakota's rural mall carrier. Library Aid Clears $30— The Library Aid served ice cream, pie, and cake on the street in front of the library Saturday evening and netted more than $30. Farm Wife Critically Sick- Mrs. Ernest Wortman, who been ill for several months, is ported critically sick home south of town. has re- at her farm park Friday. a.s the score was 0-0 al the tended, end of the 7th. Presbyterian I'iciiic at Inlerliiken The Presbyterian Sunday school had its annual picnic at Interlaken A large crowd at- Dnck -!'>!) feet Long. The lon.ne.st duck on Clear Lake is one just built by Frank Young, who operates a stand and bath house a few blocks south of Algona Beach. H extends 459 feet Other Burl News. Mrs. H. V. Jones and.sou Gordon and Violet Slack went to Mason City Thursday and brought home Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. W. A. Sioutenberg. She had been at the Park hospital since Tuesday, when into tho water, or upwards of two I her tonsils were removed by Doc- Iowa City, where they friends for a few days. visited Mrs. F. G. Toriue, of Armstrong, visited relatives here Friday, and her mother, Mrs. N. E. Noble, went home with her for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau spent a few days last week attending the fair at Chicago and report an interesting trip. The Ray Kiestcrs, Mason City, were visitors at Harry Mussmau's Sunday. Mr. Kiester is a brother of Mrs. Mussman. Mrs. Clifford Freeark, living south of town, was sick a few days last week. George Itauman Has Stroke- George Bauman, living in the west part of town, suffered slight stroke last week Monday, but is recovering. Itoyul Neighbors Have Party- Royal Neighbors and families had a wiener roast at the Ed Kahl lawn Friday evening and 50 attended. Other Lakota News, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Charles Winter entertained the Presbyterian Mis sionary society last week Wednes day afternoon. Mrs. Julia Wort mau had charge of devotions, Mrs Olga Wortman gave the lesson am Meriam Heetland and John Wort man each played a piano solo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall am Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley werv guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bal last week Wednesday evening help >»S Mrs. Ball celebrate her birth sup day. They enjoyed a picnic per and wiener roast and a socia evening, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena Roland Hectlaud went to Bodge Sunday afternoon brought home Paul Ukena BU Billy Smith, who spent last week a an Foi an an the scout camp at Fort Dodge Victor Thaves. stationed Boone with the CCC. spent part last week visiting his parents ] and Mrs. Will Thaves. REDUCED Effective Friday, June 15, prices on Ford V- Passenger Cars, Trucks and Commercial Ca were reduced $ 10 to $ 20. These reductions repre sent new low prices on 1934 models, as ther have been no Ford price increases this year] FORD H PASSENGER CARS (112-inch wheelbase) WITH STANDARD WITH DE LUXE EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT TUDOR SEDAN .... $520 $560 COUPE 505 545 FORDOR SEDAN . . . 575 615 VICTORIA , . 600 * CABRIOLET 590 * ROADSTER 525 *PHAETON ...... 550 * These prices remain unchanged FORD H TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS Commercial Car Chassis—112-inch wheelbase Truck Chassis—131-inch wheelbas Truck Chassis—157-inch wheelbase ..,,,« Stake Truck (Closed Cab) 131-iiwh wheelbase . Stake Truck (Closed Cab) 157-inch wheeibase , In addition to above, prices were also reduced on other Commercial Cars and Truck types from $10 to $20 ALL PRICES F.O.B. DETROIT $350 485 510 650 715 FORD MOTOR

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