The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1930 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 25, 1930
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News Items f he tJppr Des Moines-Eepublican, June 26,1030 Married Monday— ft weddln e ceremony took place Monday morning at eight o clock in St. Joseph's church when Miss Rose Hauptmann and James llav- 6rlywere married by the Rev. George f*. Wesslihg. The bride lobked charming In a beautiful white satin gown trimmed in lace and garden flowers, and a beautiful veil with gardenia flowers to match. Her bouquet consisted of pink roses and mock orange blossoms chosen by the bride herself from her handsome array of flowers in her private flower garden at her home. The bridesmaid, Dorothy Haverly, niece of the bridegroom, wore a peach colored gown and carried a bouquet of orchid tinted roses and fern leaves, which also Were chosen from the garden of the bride. Mr. Haverly's attendant was Francis Bauptmahn, brother of the bride. They were both dressed in dark blue suits and each wore roses in then- coat lapels corresponding with the bou- qtlets of the bride and bridesmaid. After the ceremony a'three course breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents to fourteen guests, im• mediately following, the bridal couple left for a wedding trip. Upon their return they will make their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hauptmann. Mr. Haverly will employed as manager of the new farmers' gas and oil station now being constructed. Fortieth Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. John tThlenhake celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary Tuesday, June 17. All the members of the family were present for a six-thirty dinner, served at the Uhlenhake home on East street. Mr. and Mrs. Uhlenhake were married at West Union where they lived for a short time before moving to Sac county. They came to Wesley thirty-five years ago and have made their home here since that time. They Jived one a farm on the northwest outskirts of Wesley for many years and moved to town some Menominee, Wisconsin, and Miss Marjorie; who lives at home. Married June 11— a^L m ? ni ? B L ot MUs Lena Bathers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Flathers of Welton and Howard Hanf° n * son °f Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson, northeast of town, took place at the bride's home at six o'clock Wednesday night, June 17, in the presence of fifty invited guests. Rev. Hurley, an old friend of the Flathers family offlcated at the single ring ceremony. Howard Flathers and his wife were the attendants of the bridal couple The bride wore a beautiful gown of white crepe, carried a bouquet of sweet peas, roses and baby breath gathered from their own flower garden. The bridesmaid .wore a light flowered dress and her bouquet was also made up of home grown flowers. The bridegroom and his attendant were dressed in dark suits. After the wedding ceremony, a three course Wedding supper was served to the fifty guests. The couple left Immediately following on a wedding trip to Chicago. They will make their home In Kanawha where Mr. Hanson Is In business with his cousin, Ernest Nelson. Guests at the wedding from Wesley were his mother* Mrs Carl Hanson; his brothers, Raymond and Theron, and their wives and his sister, Mrs. G. C. Giddings and husband. Married in St. Louis- Friends and relatives here have received notice of the marriage of Miss Margaret Goodnow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Goodnow, of Algona, to Hubert Cralne at St. Louis. They were married by the Rev. Brown at the LaFayette Park Methodist church in the presnce of a hundred Invited guests. The bride was born in Wesley and lived here until ten years ago when they /fifteen years ago when Mr. -Uhlenhake ' became associated with the Butts & Uhlenhake Implement firm, .. Several years ago they dissolved partnership and sold out to R. C. Bauer, a son-in- law of Mr. Uhlenhake. Mr. Uhlenhake Has been vice president of the Exchange State Bank for a long term of years. Mrs. Uhlenhake has always been a home lover and always holds her family In her'thoughts. Those who were present for the anniversary and reunion, were: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and family of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt and family of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. George Kragmeier and Mrs. Joe Kragmeier of Fort Madison; Mr. and Mrs. John P. Uhlenhake of moved to Williamsvllle, Missouri, where she was graduated from high school. She completed a business course In St. Louis and was employed at the James A. Schmidt Instrument Company as a stenographer for the past four years. The bridegrom holds a responsible position with the Dow Chemical Company. Their attendants were Violet Goodnow, sister of the bride, and Homer Craine, brother of the groom. They will be at home to their friends at 3553 Ann Ave- nu, St. Louis. Visited in Chicago— Carl Hanson has returned home from Chicago, where he went with a car load of live stock. He visited Mrs. Harwood, widow of Rev. Harwood, former pastor here, and her son, Thomas and daughter, Lillian. They are living in Chicago in an apartment house, owned by the six families who live in it. Lil- ^^ FLY SPRAY, in gallon cans, $1.25 In bulk, per gallon 75c SPRAYERS, 15cto$4.00 NOSE GUARDS, all kind*. Kohlhaas Hardware Reduced Prices These cars are priced to sell. Every one worth the money. We trade and give terms. 1930 Pontiac coach, hew 1928 Pontiac coach 1930 Chevrolet coach • 1929 Chevrolet coach 1927 Chevrolet sedan 1928 Ford roadster 1928 Chevrolet coach 1926 Chevrolet coach 1929 Ford sedan 1929 Ford coupe . 1928 Ford sport coupe Algona Auto Market Han teaches one or two Subjects In Chicago school find Thomas holds a Important business position in the city They moved from Wesley some twen ty years ago. ' To BnUd a Gas Station- Work has begun on the removal o the building on main street owned b Ed. Hauptmann, In readiness for th building of an up-to-date gas and o station to be owned and managed b a group of farmers in this Vicinity On the corner to the north, Jullu Lorenz plans to erect another Oil sta tton privately owned. This will givi this corner three oil and gas station as there already Is one which has bee operated by Fred C. Looft for the pas eight years. To Work at Resort— Miss Evelyn and Martha HayneS vis Ited from Monday until Wedhesda With their friends Thelma and Evelyn Conner at Iowa Falls. The Conne girls are employed at the telephone ex change there. Evelyn and Martha wll leave next Saturday for Forest Lake Wisconsin, where they will be employed during the summer at one of the fash ionable resorts at the lake. They spert most of last summer at forest Lake a the same resort. Takes Training Course— Miss Beverly Kerrins left Monday night for Chicago where she was to meet her sister, Hilda, before going on to LaPeer, Michigan, for a week's visl with Hilda and another sister, Mrs Francis Supernault. July 1, Beverly will enter college at Kalamazoo taking a fourteen, months' course in occupational therapy, preparatory to teaching the home and training school a' LaPeer here both her sisters are employed. Has Operation— J. P. Hauptmann was rushed to the Kossuth hospital at Algona Sunday noon where he submitted to an operation for the relief of acute appendicitis. It was discovered that gangrene had already set In and it required over two hours for the operation. He is getting along now as nicely as can be expected. Miss Schollenmueller, niece of Father Wessllng is his attending nurse Mrs. H. Schutter left Thursday for Titonka to visit with friends. The Ed. and ' Joseph Hauptmann familes enjoyed a picnic at Corwith Sunday. Mr^ and Mrs. Clarence Ward and daughter, Erma, spent Friday in Mason City. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark will be the hostess to the Phoebe Aid Wednesday afternoon. .Mr. and Mrs. Eli,Goodnow attended a family reunion at the Charles Haln home at Rolfe Sunday Miss Margaret Looft returned home Saturday from a visit with friends at Calmar and Minneapolis. • Mrs. P. E. Skow. and;daughter, Mrs. Marlon Paulson were entertained at the Silas Skow home Monday. Mrs. Ralph Valentine of Algona spent several days here last week with her sister, Mrs/Charles Murphy.. ; Mjv'and Mrs. Guy M. Butts were guests at the home of Mr.,and Mrs. Wm. Kennedy at Burt'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury, Clara Amesbury and Lee Hopkins of Algona enjoyed a picnic at Fairmont Sunday. Mrs. /George Emmons of Emmons, Minnesota, spent last week visiting her daughter,-Mrs. H. J. Braley and family. Members and attendants of the M. E. church will hold a picnic on the church lawn Wednesday night of this week, Mrs. Swan Monson who suffered a .third stroke last Wednesday, died at her home here Monday afternoon at three o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry-Van Osting and two children of Charles City visited on Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba. The small sum of $4.70 was taken in at the Ladies', Aid bake sale Saturday. Only & few members turned out with donations, Mr. and Mrs. William Griffin, of Minneapolis spent several days last wee with his nephew, Wlllianm Henderson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft drove to Goldfleld Sunday to visit friends. Mrs. Looft taught at Goldfield several years prior to her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bennett and four children of Harrington, Illinois, visited the greater part of the past week with his aunt, Mrs, Ben Felt. Harry Benson of Bloomlngton, Illinois, a member off the Kunz, Benson & Ochs land company is here on a visl at the Julius Kunz home. Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Sage and son Alva, visited her mother, Mrs, Turgeson, Sunday. The Sages moved from Ventura to Portland this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson and Mr and Mrs. G. C. Giddings were entertaln- 1th Welter spent from Saturday antll Monday at Mlnneaolis visiting Audra and irma Dee Benton, who hold positions In Minneapolis. Members of the Study club held a picnic at the Call State Park at Algona last Thursday afternoon. During the summer months the study meet- Ings are to be discontinued. Gordon Kunz drove to Fott Dodge Friday to meet his sister, Lucille, who will spend a two weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz. Lucille is a registered nurse at Carroll. Mr, and Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes and two girls, together with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sprout and Perneal drove to Badger Sunday to spend the day with their relatives, the Danlelsons. Mr, and Mrs. George Kragmeier and family and Mrs. Joe Kragmeier of Fort Madison returned to their home Sunday after a week spent here at the Uhlenhake, Bauer and Brandt homes. A ten pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman last Saturday. This gives Barber Sherman and Wife four girls and five boys. Mrs. Ormsby is assisting at the Sherman home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson, Junior and Vernelda, returned home Monday from Stuart, Iowa, where they had gone on Saturday to visit over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chambers. Word has reached here from Rev. C. H. Moore and his party of fourteen that they are catching fish In great abundance. They have moved from Rush Lake to Crane Lake In Minnesota, and occupy two cottages by the lake waters. Mrs. J. M. Kennedy, nee Allle Aidrich and daughter, Naomi, arrived on Saturday night from Fipestone, Minnesota, for an extended visit at the J. F. Cruise home. -Mir. Kennedy is employed at Titonka by the railroad company. Superintendent and Mrs. E. R. Swanson returned home Saturday from a fishing trip to Bass Lake, Minnesota. After a few days' stay they will again resume their work of canvassing books In and around Forest City and Lake Mills. Mrs. John Amesbury and her guests, Mrs. Fred Amesbury and daughter, Clara', of Algona, attended a home com- ng at .Nora Springs last Wednesday. Mrs. John Amesbury's home was at fora Springs before her marriage about twelve years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Viggo Killsholm and Vlggo, Jr., were Sunday dinner guests at the Ole Flom home. Mrs. Kiils- lolm who has been confined to her >ed since New Years Is able to be up "or only short periods and at occasional intervals. Miss Anna Johnson, who taught in Titonka schools the past year, has gone /o Denver, Colorado, to attend a home conomlcs instructors' convention. A group of friends and school mates of Ames accompanied her. They will be " iome in two weeks. A group or twenty Boy Scouts and our grown-ups including their scoutmaster camped at the tourist park here ver the week end. They were from jouisvllle, Kentucky, enroute' :tp the Black Hills and the Yellowstone Na- onal Park. The boys all .attended lurch at the Catholic and Methodist hurches. V Mr. and Mrs. Swan Nelson and their aughter, Hannah, entertained a group f near relatives at their home Sun- ay. Those who were guests were Mrs. E. Hanson, Marie arid Harold, Mr. nd Mrs. Elwood Haynes and children Prices Slashed Goodyear Tires Don't take chances on road delays and possible"accidents caused by old, weak tires when genuine Goodyears are so cheap. Lower production' costs have reduced Goodyears to the lowest level ever known. Compare These Prices GOODYEAR PATHFINDER Regular 4-ply 30x31/0 $4,89 30x3Vo 0. size $4.98 29x4.40 $5,65 29x4.50 $6.30 30x4.50 .__ .$6.35 30x5.00 $8.15 31x5.25 $9.75 30x5.50 $10.20 31x6.00 $12.80 EXTEA SPECIAL SPEEDWAY 'CORDS 30x3V> $3.65 29x4.40 $4-45 GOODYEAR PATHFINDER Extra heavy G-ply. 29x4.50 $9.10 30x4.50 $9.25 29x4.75 $10.90 30x5.25 $13.55 31x5.25 $14.00 30x5.50 $14,70 31x6.00 —.$16.80 32x6.00- $16.35 Truck Tire Specials 30x5 $19.45 , 32x6 IQJPly $30.50 More People Ride on Goodyear Tires Than Any Other Kind CLAPS ADDLE Tire and Vulcanizing Service '--.•'-. ' '^B* • '• ; '•(•"" 3 * f "*" v», n , West of .Court House Alffona. Iowa. * a^WJK^a^wKwawJKKKawj^e^E In a Class by Itself The Perfection Automatic Milker Is in a class by flself, It was de- slgped with the basic fact in mind that no two cows milk alike. It is i the only milker that automatically adjusts itself to milk each cow as she should be milked. It Is the only milker in which the cow's milk now automatically controls the action of the machine. It is the only milker that distinguishes between a hard milking cow and an easy milking cow. With the Perfection Automatic Milker, no cow Is subjected to more suction that just the amount necessary to draw the milk. No other milking machine applies a distinct downward squeeze on the teats from the top down. Its 'action is a faithful reproduction of the sucking of a baby calf, The automatic adjustment—the downward squeeze action—with other exclusive Perfection features, places the Perfection Automatic Milker in a class by Itself. /' ' We want you to see this different milker In actual operation in your own barn on your own cows. Write or phone 7-F2 today, or per-—' ' •' !j. EASY TERMS, • t At GALBRAITH PiALER USER, ed at a one o'clock strawberry dinner at the A. E. Giddings home Sunday, Mrs, Guy M. Butts and her father, Fred Ehlers, and Mrs, John Hutchison drove to Mason city last week to visit at the I. O, O. F, home there. Mr, and Mrs, Vincent Daughan have returned from a brief vacation spent in the Twin Cities. Mr Daughan Is employed at the Exchange state Bank. Mrs. Jacob Johnson and Mrs. J. L. Haverly drove to Crystal Lake Friday to attend the funeral of niece of Mr. Johnson who died a few days before. A group of Odd Fellow lodge members from here attended a meeting at LuVerne Monday night. Other lodges in the county also had delegates present. ' ' •< , Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Nelson, Alfred, Junior, and Helen and Miss Eva Mc- Qall and Clalr, drove to Clear Lake on Sunday for a picnic and outing at Bayside. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Uhlenhake and two children returned to their home In Menominee, Wisconsin, after a visit here with relatives since the Sunday before. ' Rev. Julius Lee, an evangelist from Chicago, will conduct services at the Congregational church Sunday morning. He has been conducting ten meetings at Britt. Mrs. Joseph Loebig and two children, who make their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frandsen at Algona spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loebig, f Las Vegas, New Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Seefeld of Algona and Roy pitler and children of Kanawha. Nels M. Johnson from Alamo, Tex- s, who Is here visiting, left last week or Alexandria, Minnesota, to visit a Ister, Mrs.\ Peter Artderson. Prom lere he will go to Grantsburg, Wlscon- n, to visit his son, Albert, and fam- y. He will return to Wesley before oing to his home in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich and [r. and Mrs. John Hutchison picnicked t Eagle Lake Sunday and Mr. and Jrs. Gilbert Benschoter of Kanawha and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter of Alona and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease of IVesley enjoyed their second annual Icnic at Eagle Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J, Braley and Ethel rove ,to Iowa City Sunday to bid their aughter and sister, Mrs. Albert J. [umma and son, Jerry, farewell before ley left that evening for Long Beach, alifornia. They visited at the home of er parents for three months while her usband, a navy lieutenant, was on a voyage. The Braleys returned home on Monday. Godden, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clark GoddSh. Miss Godden was mar< rled Sundajrjto Paul Richardson of Algona at the home of her parents. The newlyweds 'left on a short honeymoon trip and will make their home in Algona upon their return. V A group of neighbors gathered at the Call State Park Sunday In honor of Ben Gould's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs Gould and children. Albert, Kenneth, Capintola and Christine; Mr and Mrs. Jens Sorenson and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer. Sylvester and Pldells Arndorfer; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rutledge and children and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and family. A Fathers Day dinner was Held last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Earl Taylor in honor of her father, Lou DeGraw of Algona. Others present besides the honored guest were Mrs. DeGraw and daughters, Mildred and Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. Garret Dearchs, Cecil McGinnis, and Maynard Stephenson, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflus and Mr. and Mrs. Claude family of Union. Ddarchs and Mrs, Stark will,be remembered as Miss Dorothy Reid. , , Gertie and Bthei McNeil of Algona are spending, the week at the Robert Runohey home. All were visitors on Sunday at the William Runchey home. Mary, the daughter of the Runcheys, had her tonsils removed Friday mom- ing at the Algona hospital and was brought home Saturday evening. The same day Jean Louise, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton, also had her tonsils removed and is recovering nicely, LOTTS CREEK NEWS. M CRESCO NEWS. „ g K Mrs. J. P. Schoby spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glert Jenkinson. Miss Irene Wolfe of Mankato, Minnesota, was a guest of her cousins, Lucille and Kathryn Bode, recently, Miss Dorothy Keefe, of St. Paul Is expected Saturday to spend her two weeks' vacation at the home of her mother. Mrs. George Winkle of Wnittemore and her little niece, Marlon Dunn, of North Dakota, spent Thursday at the Jacob Winkle home. "Jimmy" Coady, four year old son of James 'Coady, had the misfortune one day last week to fall and break his shoulder at the base of the collar hone. Alice Gellenfeldt, who is recuperat- .ng from an appendicitis operation, with her sister, Esther, were guest of ;h,e Four-H club girls at the Jandl iome last Wednesday. Alice and Es;her will be new members of the Ale- ihean club. Bernard Keefe, son of Mrs. David Ceefe, has accepted a position as a mrber and is now at Webster City. His wife, formerly Thelma McCorkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCorkle of Kanawha, who had been staying with her parents, left last week ' to join her husband at Webster City, where they will reside. The committee appointed to make out the year books for the Mothers and Daughters club for 1930-31 met at the home of Ada Hoflus Monday afternoon. This is the first of a series of meetings to be held. Ada Hoflus Is chairman with Bertha Sarclwtt. Luella Schenck, Helen Vogel, Ida Winkte and Winifred Jergenson assisting. A very pretty miscellaneous shower was held Friday afternoon at the H. G. Miss Mildred Benton and Miss Ed- ftelken home in honor of Miss Helen Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin visited on Sunday afternoon at the B. P. Sparks home. /Mrs. William Oovell of LaOrosse. Wisconsin, was a guest Saturday night at the P. L. Miller home, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phillips moved from the Harry Sabin farm to Kanawha recently, The Andrew Punk family of Waterloo are moving to the Sabin farm this week. -Mary Wlldin who is employed by the educational extension service, came home Thursday for a few days and has been assigned to Carthage, Missouri, She expects to go there soon. The J. M. Cox and Earl Miller families spent Sunday at the B. H. Potter home at Seneca and the A. E. Spear family of Swea City spent the day at the O. S. Moore home. Mrs. Mulklns, mother of Mrs. D. A. Teetei}, is feelingi more comfortable following an attack of rheumatism and Mrs. R. 'G. Pry is able to be about the house again after having the same ailment. Mrs. Orville Varner and little daughter of Keokuk came two weeks ago and will spend the month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter and other relatives. Orville is expected this week end and will remain for the 4th of July. Mr. Qulnlan, fieldman for. the Sioux City hospital, spoke at the church on Sunday morning. Due to sickness the attendance was small. After the church services the John Ulferk family of Penton were visitors at the Ed. Wildin home. Ralph Simmons and Leonard Brown visited at the home of the letter's sister, Mrs. Archie McDaniels Saturday night and Sunday. Enroute they visited Ralph's brother, Lester at Laurens. The D. D. Sparks family also spent Sunday at the McDaniels home in Sioux Rapids. Mrs. James Reid and children, Celia and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stark and baby of Hector, Minnesota, came Friday evening for the Potter family reunion. They returned home Monday afternoon, Sadie Potter ac- Prank Pompe has been 111 with the measles the past week. Carl Pjahn was unable to work on Saturday because of illness. Lydia Meyer of Algona visited at the home of her brother, M, A. Meyer, on Sunday, Martha Ruhnke of Burt visited with her sisters, Louise and Hertha, the last week or so. Martin Heller and Wm, Llesener visited at the Richard Potratz home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and children visited with relatives at Pomeroy Sunday, The annual Potratz family reunion was held in the grove of Mrs. H. H Mittag Saturday. Mrs. Carl Marks and son, Robert of Sumner, Iowa, visited at the H P. Mittag home Sunday. Word was received by relatives from California that Martha Radig was seriously ill with typhoid fever. Lotts Creek and Rlngsted played base ball at i Ringsted Sunday. The score was 8 to 3 in favor of Ringtrted. Helen Ohm ylslted ,a 'few ,days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm; Rusch In Whittemow, ^ Mr, and Mrs, ATthurBtwoyvinifrfaBP**' ily were entertained at the Wra. Furstenau home, at dinner on Sunday. Dr. McCreery>of Whitfemore was g caller at the'Otto Llesener home last week Tuesday. Their daughter, Lorena- was ill," 1 "»;v Mr. and 1 Mrs. 'Oari Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. R.*O, Dreyer and children' visited at the 'Arthur Zumaich home Sunday. • , , Gertrude and Ada' Fiene drove to Iowa City, Sunday afternoon to get their sister, Stella, who is taking nurses' ' training. -'. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wetzel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and family were visitors at the home of Mrs. H. E. Ohm Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer entertained a large number of relatives on Sunday evening in honor or Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kortegast and daughters of Racine, Wisconsin. They left for their home again the first of the week. While visiting at the Martin Meyer home Sunday evening, little Kenneth, son of Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Rusch of Whlttemore was taken Eerlously ill; Dr. Olapsaddle of Burt was called and It was found that he had intestinal trouble. Their Lifetime Duty Many glrla are brought up with the Idea that the business of a good woman Is to be a member of things, to keep things going and to call other women up and urge them to come, declares an exasperated clubwoman In the Woman's Horna Companion, tjB&XXXX^^ 4th of July Bargains in Used Cars companying them for a week's visit. '23 Ford coupe $20 '23 Ford coupe $35 '24 Ford touring ___$35 '26 Ford touring ___$43 '26 Ford touring $65 '26 Ford coupe _$50 '24 Chevrolet coupe $30 '26 Chevrolet coach $65 '28'Essex sedan ___$275 '29 Ford roadster _$335 These cars are in A-l condition and are equipped with good tires ready for miles of service. If you need a car see us as these cars are priced to move quickly. TERMS. Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa. «wa»»»wo»»»5^^

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