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The Algona. Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 31, 1934 16 Townships in County Have Organized 4-H Dairy C^alf Clubs 52 MEMBERS IN CLUBS CARE FOR 65 HEAD HEIFERS Holsteins, Guernsey, Jersey and Brown Swiss Breeds Included The Kossuth county 4-H Dairy Calf dub for 1934 is composed of 52 boys and girls. The following townships are represented in the dairy calf club membership Orant, Hebron, Lincoln, Ramsey, Greenwood, Fenton, Portland Plum Creek, Wesley, Prairie, Irvington, Cresco, Rlverdale, Garfleld, Lotts Creek and Harrison. The dairy calf club members of Kos- euth county are caring for 65 head of dairy heifers the majority of these being first year calves or calves which were dropped after August 1, 1933, and before April 1, 1934. There will be 12 head of second year dairy heifers or lieifers which were shown as flrst year iielfers In 1933. Hotsteiiu Predominate The Holstein breed predominates in numbers in tiie calf club and the other breeds in order of numbers are as follows, Guernsey, Jersey and Brown Swiss. The dairy calf club members in Kos- euth county are as follows: Eldon Shaw, Vert Patterson, Lowell Samp, Wilbur Zeigler, Wayne Zelgler, Wayne Barr, Floyd Bode, Roland Bode, Donald Mc- Oorkle, Jerdel Klein, Dallas Klein, Ev- etee Black, Leroy Nauman, Arden Orton and Donald Orton of Algona. Prank Schoby and Richard Hansen of Bode; Rex Taylor and Mitch Taylor of Sexton; Arnold Dreyer and Louise Dreyer of Whittemore; anl Wayne Klein of Burt. Bancroft to West Bend Richard Mescher, Edward Mescher, Paul Inman. Merle Miller, Wayne Miller, Glen Miller, Evans Johnson, Vln- leent Wfcsselman; Arnold 'Wesselman, J. J. Dooley Candidate for County Recorder on the Democratic Ticket. Your support is solicited. 10-22 Otto Swalve and Everett Swalve of Bancroft. Kenneth Depew, Pauline Berninghaus, Edwin Bsrninghaus, Rudolph Berntnghaus and Delbert Berninghaus of West, Bend. Russell Nelson, Lyle Nelson, Maynard Nelson and Victor Baldwin of Elmore, Minn., Harold Dreyer and Lylo N-^wpi of Fenton; Vernon Hollister of Lone Rock; Adolph Friest of Swea City; Richard Kent and Bernard Htmptman, Wesley; Louis Price and Ronald Heetland of Lakota. West Bend Woman Cut in Accident West Bend: Mrs. Chris Schmidt was badly cut about the hands and arms, when her car went Into the ditch on Friday morning near the Ben Habeger farm. She reached down to do something to the car and lost control. She was alone at the time but the eggs she was bringing tx> town were all broken and the car badly bent and damaged. Luckily none of the little children were with her. Mrs .Raymond Wilson took her to her home. Union M.-D. Club Plans Park Picnic Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will be entertained at the inome of Elizabeth Kohl assisted by Gusta Patterson of Algona. A paper, "Interesting Insects" by Eleanor Vogel and a reading by Bernlce Dodds will compose the program. The Joint meeting will be held at the Call State Park on June 14th. The committee from. Union is composed of Winifred Jergenson as chairman, Ethel Smith and Cora Reid. Former Resident Dies Friends in this vicinity were shocked to hear of the sudden passing of a 'ormer neighbor and friend, Clarence. Hopkins of Mason City, who formerly ived on the Kenyon farm now tenanted by the Chrla Knutsen family. Services were conducted at 2 p. m. Tuesday afternoon from Mason City. In- /erment took place there also. William Etherington and sons enter- .ained their friends at a dance at their home a week ago Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff of Plum Creek entertained at the Gardner home at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. John Huff, Sr. It was her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Hulburt and fam- ly and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulburt of Lone Rock were guests at the Calvin Householder home. The group en- oyed a picnic in the woods in the af- «rnoon. Miss Kathlyn Price, teacher of dls- ,rict No. 4 Union township, drove to Des Moines last Wednesday accom- lanled by her brother, Shirley Price. She expects to be engaged In music coaching work during her summer vacation. 12 FENTON SENIORS RECEIVED DIPLOMAS ""Hurry Home Children- DINNER'S READY/" Here's Mother Moth inviting her family to a wonderful dinner— a dinner made up of your davenport, your overstuffed chair, your carpet and rugs. It's easy to prevent this disastrous onslaught . . . permanently. Let us tell you about our BEULOU mothproofing service. We guarantee it will solve your problems. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa. Four in Class Have 4-Year Average of 90^ or Over Fenton: Commencement exercises wore held in the high school auditorium last week Tuesday night. The seniors numbered 12. 7 girls and 5 boys. They are Orcar Borkland, Lloyd Cornelius. Virginia Frank. Leo Kramer, Edwin Leudtke, August Meyer. Verona Radipr, Mathilda Ruhnke, Marie Schal- lin. Ardls Voigt. Lola Warner and Hazel Weisbrod. The following program was giv-sn: commencement march. Miss Esther Smith; America, sung by audience, invocation by Rev. J. T. Snyder; music by girls' high school glee club; commencement address by Warren R. Hamilton, president of Hamjlton Business College at Mason City; clarinet solo by Edmund Krause; presentation of diplomas by C. H. Geronsin; Star Spangled. Banner sung by" audi-ence; class song; benediction by Rev. J. T. Snyder. The customary annual school picnic was not h«eld this year as the school closed two weeks before the usual date on account of several cases of scarlet fever. No more cases have been reported so far. The senior class accompanied by their sponsor, Supt. Otterness enjoyed a picnic and theater party at Bmmets- jurg Thursday afternoon and evening. Pour seniors. Mathilda Ruhnke. Verona aadig, Virginia Prank and Ardls Voigt i-eld a four year average above ninety jer cent. The sophomore class held Jie highest average for the year and was awarded the Balfour plaque. Donna Jean Bailey received highest average of the classes for the year. Political Caucuses Held Caucuses were held last week for the purpose of nominating the committeemen and committeewomen for Fenton township. The republicans named Philip 'Wander ana Mrs. Charles Newel and Philip -Wander, E. J. Frank and E. C. Weisbrod were •elected delegates to the county convention at Algona after the June primary. The democrats named J. F. Newel commltteeman and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz commltteewoman and they will elect the delegates to convention later. Bible Story Contest The Epworth League held their Bible story contest at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Virginia Prank was the only contestant In the Bible story class. Donna Jean Bailey won first and Harold Newel second in the Bible read- Ing class. Leo Wallace, who has been critically ill with pneumonia is on the mend again. William Piaher moved into the S. J. Stehlc residence the fore part of this A Large and Complete Stock of Lumber and Building Materials is Here, Ready to Serve the Needs ofr iTklit Community. Remodel your home- -put on a New Roof or perhaps a new floor. Paint arid finish your house. CALL 229 F.S. Norton & Son ? '^S/SS<' f -'S77S/, r S(' {r! 'fffffi'y7/?rs7 A group of Fenton young folks attended a dance given by Elsie and Ewald Kohlwes Saturday night. Frieda Reimers returned home Saturday after working the past several months at the Dr. J. T. Walte home. Work has been started on the bridge on the Black Cat creek a mile east of Fenton. It will be made six feet wider. Frances Bailey returned home on Friday from Britt where she closed her fourth term of teaching. She was rehired there for next year. The P. H. Jensen family of Fort Dodge moved back to Penton Saturday. They will live with Mr. Jensen's mother. Mrs. Christina Jensen on her farm. Alice Dreyer accompanied by her father, Herman Dreyer and her sister Ruth Dreyer drove to Omaha Fridny where Alie° was a delegate to the \Val- ther League convention. Mr. and Mrs. Howard R-reder entertained the young married folks Sundny School class last, Thursday night. Thr 1 evening was spent in playing games. Refreshments were served after tho- games. Richard Hengel, wlio has bern critically ill Bt the McCreery hospital in Whitt:more is improving slowly. H^ was moved Saturday to the home of his si'-t.or. Mrs. Frank Schaftfchiieidor in Whittemore. Mrs. Nels Wilberg accompanied IIT brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtin Jensen of Ringst-cd to Dubuqtie for a visit with her daughters. Mrs. E. A. Eisenschmidt and Mrs. clarence Ar- dcrson and families. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe returned home last week from Savanah, Missouri wh-rre they took the latter's mother. Mrs. Herman Luedtke, to consult with doctors. She remained for a few weeks and will take treatment. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Editor and Mrs. Schwartz spent Saturday at Eagle Grove. They visited the Eagle Gardens owned by Lloyd Cairy. brother of the late Seth Calry. former editor of the Whittemore Champion. Mrs. Herman Gad'! and Pearl Haase of Penton drove to Fairmont, last week Tuesday where they joined Mrs. Carri-e Haase and son Bill and the group then went to Minneapolis to attend the exercises of Mynne Haase, who is graduating from a three year course in nurses' training at the Hill Crest Surgical hospital. Elvira Krause, music instructor at Garner, was guest of honor at a party given there for her by the members of the glee club, numbering thirty who have studied under her the past year. Miss Krause has taught at G'arner the past three years and refused reelection due to her approaching marriage to Enos Wredo, son of the pastor of the Garner Lutheran church. "Dud" McDonald Sells Two Farms Alfred Scrienck. four milos north of town. Inst. work bought trio 145 ncro Turin ncrtipird formerly by Mark Snv- cliolt \vhorr- thr- house- bur nod and Mr. nnd Mrs. Snrchet rmd little errnndsrm wore burned to drath. O. L. JVTcOonald rnndo t.lio ynlo for R--crix-or Hull of thr former Kowsuth County State bank. TVlr. Sclirnrk will farm it in connect ion \vi:li the old Myron Sclicmck plftco whoro he lives. D. L. McDonald last work sold trio John NPmmers farm about 3'~ milrs nortji of Bancroft to Dr. \V. F. Ham- strert of Titonka who bought it for an invo. c t.ment. Mrs. Pctor Hans. Sr.. nfci many otJior relatives in tlii. Mrs O. H. FVerking-. Warburton. Mr.<;. F. O. TOT i Julia Wort man wrro lio-- f •-. mombrrs of trio Acorn C"li:l brcnkfa.<;t. flint rva.s Itolrj 01 kins: lawn la<;t Tliursdav m •• J~< their ; cnncrrlf. nt. the difTerent. churches, and r- - T-! t' y. i roprf-^r-n'ine- th^ University of Du~ -T. II. buqur. - <- 11 v- •••••••• • • -T M.TV •' • LAKOTA NEWS LOTTS GREEK NEWS Miss Margaret Laabs is employed at the Ed Murtagh home in Algona. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M-erle Culbertson Is reported on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mittag and family were dinner guests at the F. W. Mittag home Sunday. Mrs. Mary Mittag of Fenton spent Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herman Hlntz. The ladies of the congregation are kindly requested to volunteer their help to clean the church on Friday. A number of people from here attended the mission festival at the Lutheran church, in Algona Sunday. Bertha Ruhnke who is employed at the Wm. Jentz home near Fenton visited with, relatives here on Sunday. The Lotts Creek baseball team defeated the Lakota team on the local diamond Sunday by a score of 5 to 4. A program will b9 given by the oc- tette and the German band on Friday evening, June 1, In the school basement. Ben Nemitz of Hampton visited at the home of his brother, Paul, iast Sunday. Mr. Nemitz, who is a. World War veteran, was recently released from a soldiers' hospital in Illinois. The Rev. E. Plene and the Wm. Schmiel families attended the commencement exercises at Algona high school on Tuesday evening. Ada Fiene and Either and Ruth Scluniel wtre among the graduates. FOR SALE:—Threshers or corn shel- ers' liens. Algona Upper Des Moines. IN THE UJSTnlCT COURT OF" IOWA IN AXLt KOIt KOSSIJTH COUNTY JUNK TKUM. 1U34 M«? t roopli Ut 11 I.if« Insuriinre Company nf tin: «'ity of New York, a corporation, I'luintiff, — vs— II. I.. Ollmurc and Katharine Oilrn'»r«'. hunl'.iml anil wife; l.oui-xu lu-nnli-r: Hil- iii Kiu.il is.; Durotliy Kraut/.; Kinily Krantx.; John V. Swi-i-tiiiK; Kli/.ubt-t li .SWffUiijr; JIuri-tft SwccthiK. \V. M J'er- iv; lii-rnifu May 1 la rri n ifinn ; Icolit-rt .[. Hun-liiKion : an.l ULTIIHU -May UurriuK- tllll, iJUfl-IUjUlltK. oiti<;i\Ai. vo'i'ici: TO THI-J AIIOVI-; NAillili DKKKN'DANTS: You. and t-arli of you. art.' ln-n-by notified that thv-CL- is now on tilt: in tlu- olTii'e of tin- Clerk ol th« 1 MM rift Court of Kossutli ('uunty. Iowa, Iht- anit-mlt-il Petition of th»- jiluintirf playing Jii'i^- nifiit against tlu; »it- f t- ndun t.s. H. I.. <;il- iiiore aini Katharine (iilniort-. f.»r l h *.*um of $lM.kbl,r»7 with intt-rM ttM-r« en at h pt-r ft-nt from Ovloi.cr L't;, 1 ;* :J 1. and costs of suit and Mulutory attor- -\.V f< f.- as ilu«- upon tiu- luoinissorv 'It-- "I II. I.. Clliiioru and Kathai-nif (iiluioii; .1.1 u-d May U .i. 1'.i _: J for *_•.).ml.l favor of lii-oi'Mi' A. Kill, and now hi-1.1 l.y tin- iihilnmf. and as iiui.- on ar- nnt «j! tax« s ami a sscssni- n I s and tin- st ol t-o n t i n 111 11 el abstlarl uf lill^- paid Ijy tii'- plaintilT ' I'lamtiir lurtin-r iirayti ju<it;nifnt and d.i'ii.- of tiui.l Court. f.-tiilillMuiitf ami !'oi i-i-i - .s i t: K ;t .s a lirM li.-n th^ niort^a^''- now I,.-Id l.y tilt- plaintilf Kiv.-n to .*,.-- i-tirc s.tid i ndcbt» d ru-::S. as against tn<-h and ,_.'.ci->- <.nt- «d' tin- d.-f i ini.i n 1 s in inis a -tion a;~ against ti u following dc- si i i h. <i i ,-a 1 t-s(a !.- ; Thf Solltll Half of till! Solll IK •;list Quailt r of St.-lion h. and Ihu So 111 fi \\tsl <juarli-r and thu .Southw.-st (.juarli-r of II;.- Nun li wi-s-t UuaMt-r of S.-ftlon :». all in Towii.-lnp :i7, Ni.rtli. l:uni4*.- -<. \V«-.-t of th,. C.ih 1>. M , Kosnutii Count v, Iowa, for tli.j full amount of said ji.d K men I. inl.-r. fl, fosl.s and attoriifys' f. . -s. Vo i a i , luilh.-r notilu-d that tai'l uno_ nd in ..-n t t>, p. titioii aiL-^.-S li at pur- M.aiit to d.t i.-t- i--nd..iod and .111.n-d in II,L- ..I...V.. fiiiillfd fails..- on Hi.- .".Ill oav of F.-bi-uixry. I'J'.:-. t.y tl.e abov..- n^m.-d *'"UIl. Writ ...f sp.:fi,il ex d L'I I . ,11 v ^ a.- duly isti:,.[J l-..r t h f :ali- of said moit- Ka^fd I'lfiiiis.-s and t h. i ..-und .-r .-a K was l;.-ld on th._- lltii il.iy of Maifh. r..::_ at \\l:irh tinif tlit- pr.inis. s \vt-M- pur.-has, .1 by thf plaintiff for I h ._• sun: of $'-'• :;.;•! ST. and said atiii-n.lin.-nl to p.-lllion < .- j<|.flally pi-ays that wl:al..v, r 111:1.1 till./ or in U-runt tii.- .-aid d.|.i..| lints I.ou.-s..- l;c.~^l..r. H.-l.-n Kruntx. |i...r- otliy Krantx. lOmlly Kraut/.. .J.din V S,v,-f':n^-, l-:iizal.< 1 li Swc-vtlnK, llarri.-! Sw.-vt JiiiT. \V M. l-i-rry. lifrnifo Ma." I Ian li M t on . IIoli.-i t J llarl inrTion and /.'- n. i.'..- A! i y 1 fa t i i n ^, t,,! i nia '. . •!-. i :n or l.av.- in .-r to tin- pi < ii.ls.-s 'al...-..• .!.-- .'.M-ril..->i :-hi.ill bi- df.-i.,.i I ,j I... luiil.! a nd i n f. i •!• . i I .j I i .- ri _-! t . Ill :.- ui d "i : i . i - j • ' "f I :.. Ida :.l lit' I..-: h lllld. 1 , ! - s !.,-! ' II - .-. I : ; I . . a I.- • .f I- .r. I .a • i I... '. ':.'•• i a :..i undi r 11= iuol I /:,.,.• a i • . • rv. : v. '., -.,. . ..',.. ... not I>ray for personal judgement aKainst liny <Jefendaii ta c-xcept H. J^. Gilmore aiul Kuthartne Gilmorc. Von, and lOach of You, are Further Notlfieil that unlenn you appear to suio! Petition .'imi (lefeiuj on or before r.oon of tin- .v-ci-oiKl clay of the next June term of s;iiil Court, which will commence at Algona. Iowa, on June 18, 1;>.'M, <le- f.-nilt will IK: enlered u^'iliiHt you and ju<iwini-nt ami decree rendered H.H prav- ...I in said petition, and at that time tin- Court will determine, the time. If any u Minn which tlie defendu ntH may muku 11 tit n- pt u.ii from Hheriff'.s Kale. "," IIT .1 TI IO.\j!'SON anil TIN'wIOY. M: rcHl^i.l., vi.'-s s. i:vi-: ••.-,! 1!i-L'^ Atlorni:y.s for i'lalntifT Notice of Probate of Will STATIC OF IOWA. KHS.SI'Tll Oil'NTV. SK. No. :is40 iii Di.strict ("ourt. Ar.ril Term. 1<<24. To All \VJiom It May Concern: You a i-i- Hereby Notified. That ail InMru- Ijit-nt of writing purporting to be the last U'Jll and Tt:slanien( of l'.'iM|...r .1 Mnitli, deceased, dated Sept. :i. I93L'. h.iVinK h.-i n tils day tiled, opened ami lead, the lUti day of .lulu:, 19H4. is fi x,,1 for hearim.; plo.if of .-am.; at t he f'..uit H<iiise in Algona. lovva. l.efo 1 ': the District Court of f-ai-l «ounty or the Clerk of >.ii.l Court; and at iiim: lock A. M. of the day above IIIL-II ti'ine.l all per:-ons int.-rested are here 1 v iiutifn-d :in,l 11 jiiire.l t.. -tppcai-. an ?. t -.v 1 .- liiii^e if :i|.v I.icy have, why ;-. i li.. triim.-nt i-hoi'ld lud lie pr.it.ate,1 -in allnweil as nil I lor the l.,M \\iil a Testament of s-. id dei-easeil H.ili'd ill \Uon.i. J(.w;;. May 14l 1 'j li 4. K .7. MC I-:VOY. Cl.-i k ..f I list ri, t <'..ii i Hiiti'liisoii Ai Huulil.-un. ultorni-^-- Stomach Trouble Sufferers Drink YERBAVIDA This remarkable beverage, made Iroin a desert, herb known, as tlie "Plant of Life," has brought about most amazing results in the different lorms ol stomach tix>uble — hyper-aci- di<y, gaiitritis, heartburn, dyipejjaia. kiid ulcers. Yerbavida is a drut-'le.s.- beverage and its di-lk-io .is flavor is ver> pleaning to I he ta^te. A cup at i.aci. Hji.al picmictvb good diiiest lull, wl'iile <i i.-t-ip at bedti:uc ui.;Urc;i g'->od i-t-!:-c^:i- -biivi'.la i» ii:e:<pi iisive. too. A I'-.ci-.-i .'•-. c:)..!. .-ii ;•:;• ii-10 ei;^.-. c..^ Dr. Wlllinms, Ed Underdahil and son. Vernard. tvere at Spirit Lake fishing last Tuesday. Mrs. Lane of Wyoming Is Irere for a visit at the home of h-or cousin, Mrs. Delia M. Smith. Peter Bruer was at Ma.son City. Friday evening where he attended an oil dealers' meeting. Mrs. Underdahl of Fertile. Minn., is a guesf. at the home of her son, Ed Underdahl and family. Mrs. George Altizer and granddaugh- er, Mary Jane Altizer were visitors at Estherviile last Saturday. Margar-st and Henry Boese spent several days last, week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Killian at Woden Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rlsius and two little sons of Krost were here Sunday visiting at the J. C. Rippentrop home. The Bev. Killian family of Woden were guests one evening last week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley were at Thompson Sunday evening where they were entertained at the Howard Lathrop home. The J. E. Ukena family and Orville Kienitz were at Spirit Lake fishing one evening last week, but they failed to bring home any flsh, Mrs. Maurstad, who makes her home with, her daughter, Mrs. Hllmer Hanson, is seriously 111. We have not learned what her ailment is. A girl weighing ten and one half pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter on Sunday afternoon at their home west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Hubfert Hans of Rockford. HI., arrived h-ere Friday and are visiting: with Mr. Hans' parents, Mr. and H. W. POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Ixmg dlstanoe hauling. Every load Insured against loss or darn- age. Equipped to do all klnda of draying and hauling. sa-tr i-i r-r? n Lr- i -v- '^-. '~ninrr ! T?^-<«—•"! f somn _-'%.-• j >ri1ir)7-y ; ri rvTonnay lr-^ "Wrido horp of tlio .Art pon AnxlarA' mot lnj=t F^rirl at the liomo of Mr?;. C^orsr-ji^ to nlnn for- ont or-:.niTiinrr t ?-j members- of BulTnlo CVr-.t^T nflrrnoon at tho liomo of Ball. Mr. nnci Atrs. \V. E. T>r>-w-;=oT^ r* t~. c*. t lioir itighter. Sliirlry of Kxcol.«=i «-> —. ^^Tinn.. arrived ITOTO Saturday -r T.--O r-i -. T - j^- f.-^r a visit, with Mrs. DnwsonVs mr->* t~: C. R. Smith, nnri with tlio T=? n and O. "B. Hootland famili-r^. "at, Buffalo Center. Jrssio .Tohnson. dntig-lit--T of ^VTi~. nnd Mrs. Ga.rrott Johnson, -wre^t of tovtm. was operated on last Wodno.siol!F»>- -niplit Tor app<>ncJiciti."? at the T>o1mFt.s^F^ l-ic->ypi- tal. She had been working^ n-e-ju- F*rosit and was taken ill siidcjcnl>-. J55ri«e is grettingf along- nicely. Norman Frerking: nna Trio left Sunday night for- ^ as to be there in time for- Monday morning-. Art<n- fcj-i^- «_ ; i <;cliool this group of bovs vtrilT a tour through the east- i^xittri- FOR SHERIFF Your support -will appreciated.. Carl Dahlha Democratic for Sheriff of K< County. 3.9-22 The Pool Opens Saturday AVti imvo a complete line of suits and trunks for moil and boys. Buy one now and be ready for the opening of the pool and your summer vacation trips to the lakes. MADSON & HANSON The Home of Better Values. White's Grocery Week end Specials Peach.es, dried, fancy, 2 Ibs. Starch, laundry, 3 Ibs., pkg. 19c Toilet Paper, 1,OOO sheets, 4 Prunes, small sweet, 3 Ibs. _. Crackers, 2 Ibs. white 18c Beans, Navy, 5 Ibs. 19c T*oaelies, Pears. antl ?s, Apricots, Clierrics 29c Buy Now! Floixx- and Sugar also No. 10 Fruits THIS AD C LOTS OF BUT I'M RUNNING IT BECAUSE 2 WILL SAVE YOU PLENTY . , . > THE GOLDEN PLY, MAY EVENI PLEASE DON T OO SO FAST JIM! WHAT IF WE HAD A BLOW-OUT ? DON'T WORRY! WE'RE RIDING ON SILVERTOWN TIRES WITH THC NEW GOLDEN PLY &LOW-OUT PROTECTION b..- i.Uuiiii-ti lor i-:i:--- SI ( "). II vuur •.a i,-,....,!, ,..,:.;,.,; .-i.piJv yu.i ...-, l: > .-ill.- .i.tU'i- b,.I . : i.-i ^1 '»' '.'.:'• '- '" V-:b.i'. JLI fe.::•.•.- Co iJVJ S -,.t:..-. l^iu^.. l.u. A!..-i.'!i.-.- <.\ii:l<->rii:.i C). » ;J. ; LX b..u.. "'I in.- S;ui'> ul Vi.-i-t.iui . l:. .- uii :i-'.;;.<-.-a Fur Sale at- Lu;,by ^ I'j'i;^ SJRIJK.- AMAZING NEW TUBE > c . won t even tear when run flat f Here's an inner tut,e that can actually be run Hat, v»:U.o-t. r.^.j or run cuta! UuoiiriLii jio-.v n...n.to U. la iiii.a^nijf new kind of ti^bi-f ::i iill p.j i . u !^r i>i^c-b. C'OII.L: in a-luj fae»_- t-.; *.' 1L r^^u.Lw 'iajlau^tt tveil when run ti^t.. Goodrich Gold & Black Silver town Tube 5T ME ONEY THESE PRODUCTS ONE OF THEM, SAVE VOUR LIFE E VERY year thousands are killed or injured by acxuk-nta due to t>iow-ouls. When you travel 40, 50 or- txj niilt-a an hcjur, U-itiJic hi-at is Kent-rated inside your tire. Kuhlxr iirid fabric Ix-K'in to separate— a blister starts— Krows bigger and higL'tT uritU suddenly HANG! A blow-nut! 1"ou can't bU^r. you can't stop. JFiur now every new Goodric.li Silvert <j«, ri lias the I-ife- Saver Golrli-n 1'ly that rt-bihts b»-at, KubU-rand fabric rit.Jii't wparate, thus bli.steis don't it/rrii. Jllowouts are prevented by <-jv t^rcuiuing their ijr eat, uiijA-cii cause. ^-' vert owns do n< .t cost a fx.-nny more T r.^in niht-rt.tarid.ird tires and they •*. : i . «.- y< iu niont h :->ol extra u eat h. -iiti s. •I'-^y sale, l^l U.T put a set ol tiicM: C_.tjlt.l<-n i'ly SilveMo-Afiocju your tar. Ciooclricli Th* Life-Saver Golden Ply TIRES • ne odrich A.T CHEAP i RE PRICES c* Ci ^UncU drich 4. ju A .:! •i.f'j t- 1J • Greasing Wiiiurd B^tt^i-i^ ^ Vceuoi Oils CLAPP'S MASTER SERVICE S; «<•• <*:! <(• "<.' West of C *- A -A. A. .*. J Huuse It. M^ jgK. _+ 26.

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