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The Upper Pes Moines-Bepublican, January 14, 1931 LuVerne Lady Died Week Ago Tuesday. LuVerae. January 13. Special: Miss Anna Warmbler. who had been ill for *case Hine with heart trouble, passed airay at her home Tuesday night. Shcft serrices •s-ere held Friday af- te.ra.3c~- at the house and also at the lora! Lsthsrsr church in charpe of Interment cemetery. ~-*5 ^"T^T-three years -~snt t:-.-.? most of her iEi™. She learss to her. Mr-;. T-d. Wann- tht- j The of 5.- Tife st."r- He" P. Eraair. Ir. Vr.« rn cror.-.srs 7HC We«ley Missionary Assn. Elects Officers. Wesley, January 13. Special: The missionary association of Catholic women met Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of electing their new officers for the ensuing year. Miss Nell Primml was elected to the presidency: Mrs. Agatha Haverly. vice presiden;aMlss Susie PfeSner, secretary; Mrs. Kate Kennedy, treasurer; Katie Shields, chairman of serving committee: Emma Studer. packer and th« following were named to act as promoters: Katie Schiiiz. Mrs. John Richtcr. Mrs. Leo Hanig. Mrs- J. A. Hauipmann. Mrs. A. L. Klfinpete-. Miss Minnie Primml. . } SiCss ESsma SStsder. Mr?. Charles Mur- Gets Fifteen Days , . „ ,. . w J ! and Mr?. Jcca tcebi*. Sahirday at Hard Labor, i Gr ?~ Mrs- Susl3 fees for the u-iwp of tfeeir rwxr^ and Mo'her I/fsrerce ~?r-cs of LedTard -STM 3.-- '• K'^sr f-irn:j?fces SSe rooms for their rested ;i>; ~rek and t-c-jzh:. before i — wSisas. Tfeis orsinizaSion meets er- Jusiiee C. Ba-.=on T. tecn days a 1 ; hard labor. of i e ~ oslM- Tuesca- afternoon in the in -,&e is.uE.5 SJCHTS buildine for j tie purpirse of dolss snissiotiary work j 5ticfx as rrwEeinjr old clothes, making BANCROFT NEWS. Twenty Years Ago. ne-r sarrsscts —hich are rphiin? and families. , '°-v of »I~? members :.s i; esch of the Mrs. E. A. Howe entertained the mission circle at her home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reutzel are the proud parents of a baby boy born Friday. This is the second boy In the family. Lulu Richards and Florence MUler spent Sunday at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fangman are the proud parents of a baby girl born Friday. She has been named Agnes Elizabeth. This is the first girl in the family, there being four boys. Mrs- N. J. Schiltz was hostess to a number of ladies at a bridge party on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. H. Fuchs won high score and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan cut prize. A dainty lunch was served. Mike Rustcmeier left Thursday for Lincoln. Nebraska, where he will visit his brother. Robert, and with other relatives and friends. He was accompanied by his nephew, Bernard Hum, . Mr. and 7>!r*. C. T. Chubb had •--- i tertainpd the five hundred club at ths;r i •~-r-vC-;c-~ : C-OO-3 i ~C-"'- r home. !*? Mrs. John Lamuth and Mi5s J?--|£" LEDYARD nie ROey hac gone to Wisconsin 'or !^-_--;-^- l ;-;--.- i . -v- a three weeks' visit •arith rfla'.ives. : '- r -~-"-~-"-~-"-~- -"-•---v Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson had enter-; Tne ^cutT sheriS of Alsona was tained her fire hundred club. Mr?, i -rsnsacti^s business fc«re Saturday. * I A. E. L.vuri!zen .ind H. Granner M-rete caller? at Ccjloc. Sunday after - Mrs. Howard Wallace of Utah among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Coifles i cccn. Mr. aed Mrs. tfi j of Algona. There will be a card party in St. I John's auditorium Thursday . evening, January 15th. Both bridge nnd five hundred •will be played. Prizes will be 1 eiven for both games, also a valuable : : j roor priz?. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaske entertained at a card party Sunday evening. Five hundred -was played ait seven tables. Florian Hellman and Mrs. Henry Deitering won high prizes nnd Chipmans Attended Funeral of Aviator, Hurt, January I3th. Special:— Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chlpman and sons, Russell, Willis, Myron and Richard, E. O. Chipman, Miss Vera Chipman and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Chipman went to Garner Sunday to attend the funeral of their nephew, Pilot Arthur Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Brown, who was killed at Marshall, Texas, when his airplane crashed during a fog, and struck the side of a hill. Two others were also killed In the crash, Everett Williams a co-pllot and Robert Wilson, a sixteen year old high school youBi. The bodies were thrown between seventyj-flve and a hundred feet through the cabin. Funeral services were held at Garner on Sunday afternoon with Rev. Marion Sunderlln, pastor of the Methodist church, in charge. The Garner American Legion post and the Masonic order had charge of the services at the cemetery. Mr. Brown served In the World war and was about thirty- four years old. He leaves his widow, Ills parents, and two brothers to mourn his death. Chris; and child- i f Mrs. Alphonse Lensing and Henry Des Moines had been in Aleona for i r?n «»re callers a: Algoca Sunday af- a few days visiting their Aleona rela- ] rerrcoa. SSS k ,^.S^ 1 . es ,.S5i. u P » Icok i Mfesa* Jcnes am Wtfam w^e busi- after his banking interests here. ! ness callers it Ba.icrof; Saturday af- A line from Captain W. H. Inghirr ' terr. written from Biloxi. Mississippi, said! Miss Loia T7ia= .3? S^pa City spent that the cold wave in this locality had i Susdar afternoon, cer? -Isitinz wi?h reached the south, causing Mr. acd i h=r --iker " Ingham to move stm further; p^. and Ite. F. A. Johnson cf La- I iota were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chriscniiles were Friday afternoon- planning to leave in a short tune for a trip In the Orient They were to go by way of the Mediterranean sea to Palestine and expected to some months. be gone Frank Znnder had just returned from St. James, Minnesota, where he had made an extended holiday visit with his folks and also with a carti- Bettering cut prizes- Mrs. Frank Recker was pleasantly surprised at her home Saturday evening. Bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. Florence McGilligan winning high score, Mrs. R. J. Doyle second, and Mrs. L. F. Kennedy cut prize. A tiainiy lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. William Vaske enter- friends "here on I tained at a card party Thursday evening. Five hundred was played at sev- D. A. Carpenter and Herman Goetz e transacting bcsiness at Winnebago last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner spent Wednesday visiting her sister and famiiy at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. George Looft and Mildred Vauzhan were shoppers at Blue ca spent Sunday here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Campbell. Mrs. George Loob of Wianebago Hojrard Mavne. Alfred and Joric Kramersmeier left 7.*ednes*iiy for a couple of month.5' visit; in Los Angles, California. Mrs. Laura Block of D€S Moines U' here visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs i on Friday afternoon. cular friend. He returned with a" hap- I Earth Friday afternoon. py smile on his face. j R , c ^^ n and children of ^^ Members of the Tuesdav club had been entertained at the E. P. Keith home. Miss Maroa Keith gave a couple of selections on the piano. Mrs. Putsch read a paper on the British Budget and J. B, Hofius gave an impromptu talk on the iron smelting plants. All were greatly enjoyed by the number present. The annual election of the officers of the Kossuth Countv Medical Association had been held in Algona, at the library. Dr. Cretzmeyer was elected president, F. W. Logan of Fenton, vice president; E. C. Hartman, Al- Eona. secretary and treasurer. Dr. Peters of Burt was appointed delegate to the state meeting with Dr. McCreerv of Whittemore as the alternate. Mrs. Frances Benschoter had returned home from, a four months' visit with her son In North Yakima, Washington. Mrs. Btnschoter made the remark that she had lived forty years in Algona nnd vicinity and if she lived that long again the time would all be spent here. She found the climate in Washington too damp and murky for her and Bald that she would willingly stand the cold to be in Iowa. Mrs. Benschoter has lived up to the statement she made en tables. A. B. Lappe and Mrs. Joe Vaske won high scores and A. B. Lappe and Mrs. Joe Kramer cut prizes. A deliciciis lunch was served. G. W. Patterson went to Des Moines Saturday There he will be for some time. Sirs. L. J. Schmidt and son are spent several cays last -SK.? here vis- | visiting at the Paul Moore home this itaig her sister. Mrs. u. A. Cirpenter.: i^ek. Mrs. W. T. Peters spent Friday In Algona at the home of her brother, Charle-i Barrickman. Mrs. Everett Pannkuk entertained Neighborhood club at her home Wm. LaCour and hsr little daughter. Dorothy BScck. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society met, Thursday afternoon at the church Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and children were guests at the LeRoy Boettcher home Sunday. guests Sunday at the Raymond Mover home. A fire broke out ' n Union slough Sunday night and was still burning Monday afternoon. Several haystacks were burned in spite of the efforts to top the fire. Willis Chipman came home from Milwaukee, where he has been working for about two years. He will spend some time here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Mrs. Hans Koestler and Raymond Moyer took Miss lona Moyer to Des Moines Saturday where she will take a course in beauty culture. Miss Margaret Morness accompanied them on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davison, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stott and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf went to Garner Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of Pilot A. C. Brown. Word was received here Sunday that J. Q. Blossom, a former Burt man, had suffered a stroke at his home in Minneapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Blossom and Josh Blossom of Algona met Wednesday afternooS with Mrs..! H. chapman. Mrs. A. W. Dlmyer was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Ranra? anc family of Mason City were Sunday guests at the W. 'L. Ramus attd W M. Schultz homes. The week of prayer was observed by the local Presbyterian, Methodist and Evangelical churches. The union meetings were well attended. , The Ladies' Aid society of the E. church met at .the town hall lasl Wednesday afternoon. The entertaining hostesses wereMrs. Ed. Dehnert Mrs. Peter Thompson and Mrs. Allen Thompson, who served a fine supper. A new club has been organized, called the Just-For-Fun club. They met last Thursday evening with Dr. anc Mrs. T. L. Williams and the evening was spent In playing rook. They will meet next Thursday evening with Mr and Mrs. Elmer Green. Several from this community attended the dinner given at the community room of Good Hope church last week Thursday. Mrs. Edith Rich returned to the home of her daughter," Mrs. Ros6 Sab- In, the fore part of last week after spending some time at the Galbraith home in Algona, where she did the house work and cared for Mrs. Galbraith, who was ill. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker "of St. Cloud, Minnesota, are visiting relatives and friends in this community since Friday. They also visited the James Dunn family near Burl. Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Dunn are sisters. Mrs. Edith Rich Is also a sister. Mrs. Everett WItham has been 111 since a week ago Sunday as a result of poison from an infection In one limb spreading throughout her system. Relatives and friends have been helping with the work and caring for Mrs, Witham. Her daughter. Delia Mae, was also ill last week as "a result of the flu settling fa the glands' of her neck. A number of young folks' of this community and those of Good Hope Sunday School class were entertained went up Sunday. __,... . .. uutiuay uuiiuiri uitioo wcic trilbci tttiiicu Wm. Fisher, who opened up the new j afc the communit y room at Good Hope "SK Friday evening. The losers of a coS- day to Elmer Lee of Ringsted. Mir. Fisher has had the restaurant all repainted and fixed up in nice shape. He also put in a line of Algona bakery goods. / Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow are moving here from Lakefleld; Minnesota. Orville has been transferred to Kos- i suth county by the firm he is working [ for and has decided to locate in Burt. They will live with Orville's parents this winter. Mrs. Ole Jacobson and baby of test previously held in the Young People's Sunday School class sponsored the occasion. Progressive table games furnished entertainment. Twenty-seven persons were present and refreshments were served'. Thirty-five friends' were entertained at the Wm. Drayton home Friday evening. Those present were the- men with their families who cultivated' Mr; Drayton's corn last summer while he was ill with pneumonia. Five hundred furnished entertainment for the even- Graettinger are staying at the L. D. jng The hl h score was won b Mlss twenty years ago and still makes her we have not learned whether her con- basement. Mrs. Jorgtnsen. Mrs. Jenks The Ladles' Mite society sold pies at and Mrs. Burrows were liostesses. jthe P. F. Kriethe sale last Wednesday. The W. F. M. society will meet on j Thursday afternoon at the home cf Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Everyone interested in the work is invited, to attend. Wm. Weinberger is here visiting his wife before returning to Minneapolis. He has spent the past two weeks visiting with his mother in Milwaukee. Rev. and Mrs Depping were called to Baxter last Monday by the serious Illness of her sister. At this writing home In Algona. | dition is any improved. ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL GYM FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 7:45 p. m. Preliminary game at 7:00. Humboldt lias a fast team and fans will not be disappointed. Admission 25c and 50c. They made over thirty dollars. Mrs." McCall and Mrs. Harry McMurray of Algona called at the C. S. Coffin home here last Friday afternoon. It is reported that Burt will soon have a sandwich shop In the building where John Gerhardt has his barber shop. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt of Colorado, who have been visiting here, has been 111 with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson drove to Albert Lea, Minnesota, Saturday, whore they visited with two sisters of | Mr. Nelson. j I.tr;;. Gi.-orge Boettcher and two children are at Iowa City where the children are at the hospital for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Lengtenberger of Neb- I raska moved hore last week and are i living in the Manus house in the south i pan of town. i Mr;;. Myra Nafus of Nashua came j last Thursday to visit her niece, Mrs. ! E. O. Chipman, who has been ill for j ,'.r;vr.-ral month.'!. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Graham and | rrhildrtn of Fcnton were guests at, the i H. O. A. Smith hornc; Sunday aftcr- j r.wn and tvi.-ning 1 . Dr. J. (j. Clap.-addle I.s having the, r,-;i',<'fni-nt. under his new office enlarged and v.lll havf: a barber .shop put in. 1 John Gerhard i will runt the shop. ! 'lorn Trenary returned home from. i f'.'>':h':F.*.':r Thursday, where he went through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. D. M. K'.ev/art alw returned home Thursday. Tlie Woman's Home Mi.sKJonitry KO- ''.<•>.;' will meet Saturday afternoon at the how of Mrs. C. B. Coffin with Mn.. ft. II. Bchrnldt a;; awilstant host- LAKOTA NEWS'. Hodgson home while Dr. Jacobson is Ruth Rich The consolation prlie was at Des Moines attending a state vet- Ued b Jack u n( . and Mr£ , erinary association meeting. Dr. H. S. Baker of st . c]oud; Van Vrankin is also at Des Moines at ' ,he convention. Mrs. Sharp and her granddaughter, Mrs. Merle Nielsen of Spencer were here one day last week. Mrs. Sharp is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Armstrong at Livermore. Mrs. Armstrong has not been well for some time. Mrs. W. A. McArthu^iJfOse.to.Bpcrt:. ester, Minnesota, Saturday, where she visited at the home of her brother, Dr. E. A. Bannick. She returned home Sunday accompanied by her mother, Mrs. D. L. Bannick, who will remain here several weeks. Jess Thoreson met with an auto accident Monday morning at the Watkins corner northeast of town, when he met a car coming up the hill from the east. Both cars were damaged but no one was injured. This is a bad corner as the cars cannot be seen coming either way. Mr. and .Mrs. H. G. A. Bewick celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday by entertaining their children as follows: Mr. and Mrs. M. L! Allen of Julesburg, Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sewick of Ireton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sewick of Blairsburg; Mr. and Mrs. John Sewick; Mr. and Mrs. James Sewick; Mr. and Mrs. Firm Sewick, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leason, all of Burt and Miss Lura Sewick of Lone Rock . LT7VEBNE NEWS; Only for cotnp/ote ELECTRIC VAPORIZER The famous, impiovcd Turpo Electric VaiKiriziT f.oats only 2:ic, complete witli live fuel of cord and reiidy lo u»c, when you buy a rquilar VSc j;ir »f Turpo, Itie Vapori'/.ing Ointment. A regular $2.25 value lor only l)Bc. Brocks a Cold Right Up TliU Turpo Klectric. Vaporizer combination is ideal ior colds, note tluo.it, einua trouble. It ia invaluable for children's coughe and colclo, croup and cx>ng(,iition. Get it now. Don't delay! M>ll Ord.i. fllUJ Just wn'l UM your n.imc mirl nrMrrai wlUi a dgllar '.'111. We pay puatuye. Lusby's Drug Store Algona, Iowa. .',!r. ari'l Mrs. OharK-K Moyer and '•>,•'i '-.'-.'.'i'lri-rt. and Mr. and Mr.". Hans K'/< f.'.'-r at.'l liUle daughter were Notice. :». row*, of fora, in ;mfl O'Jiitv. I. A. Andruw, i,l J5:inkliii: of the i, n'aiijtlff. VH. AH'omt •ria, Iowa, itcffind- .' M:iv t'-'ini-'-in: Niillce Is l|j".t, Uji-ii: is )K;V/ (HI 111" 'if t!|«- u'. H;c cli-fk 'it th(! JlbOVI! aprillrat.lon (if L. t'-mlcnl, of liunk- fov/ii, rtfi rcrelver ic Al(;'ii.:i r'.la'e Hank, AUiOllli, . :i:!:!d;; tii:ii. li'- may hi: iiuUiorl/.ed iiiin/iiiMi.," c'-it:iin not.*-,'! and inort- . )i(-!d ;i!<;.ln-,1. u. N. liriicr and lir-rfiian iind wlfi-, as : llciit.iou now on file. liirlhcr iifAlflcd thati Hon. )•'. O, J")avl<lson, :; (if i:;tld court, tli<: !i|)|illcal Ion lia.'i hccu .si 1 1. fiii' Tuesday, Ilie lidth day (if Jannary, Mini, at t.v/o p- I" 1 "f fiul'l (ll 'y. al. the c(iiirl, hoiiwr In Alijona, KOK- mill county, Town, ul, wlildi time iind place you may (ipjicar nnd nhow cniiKo, if nnv von have, why mild application should not, be granted and compromise aiiUiorl/,(.'d u.'i pruycd for. Dated January 13, 1031. I,. A. ANDHEW, Kiiiicilnlendcnt of Haiiklni' of the Hlatc of Iowa, us Receiver of the AH;ona Btale Hunk, of Alyona, Iowa. H. H. MlU.Klt, Kxumlncr In Ohttrge. 31 I E. C. Allen has been quite ill the past 1 week. Dick Ross of Humboldt was rt business visitor here Friday. Mrn. W. B. Mason is critically ill at her home here at this time. Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse • of Algom* visited with Algona friends Sunday. Miss Donna Allen Ls the new oper*- a tor at Uie local telephone exchange. The Progressive club met Friday iiif- lernoon at the home of Mrs. E. C. Woito. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baurnnrartner and , family visited In Alyona Sunday af- ' t'rrnoon. The cemetery association mei? on 'ITiurKday uftcrnnon with Mrs. Peter Thompson. Juclfic and Mrs. D. F. Coylo of'Hum- boldt wen; LuVerne cullers last Thurs! day afternoon. ! Gcor«n Wolf and family of Jefferss; ' MiniieiiuUi. are visiting here 1 with ru- laUvcs and friends. The farm bureau of the- LuVeiiie township mot Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. D Hiatau. A civil .service examination was held Saturday .nornlng at Algona for the at tuVcrne. »a»»ss»»»MasBBa«aa Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lewis were Algona visitors last Thursday; Mrs. A. F. Boese entertained' the Lutheran- Ladles' Aid" at the' church basement last Wednesday. John and Julia Llesveld were-visitors a short' time Sunday afternoon at the N. A. Plngle home at Ledyard.' Mrs. Loyal Gingerich had" a very sore hand several'days last week, having run a paring knife Into her hand. The Dorcas class of the M. E. Sunday School met last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. H." War- burtorr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wirtjes and' baby were in this vicinity last Thursday visiting relatives. The Wlrt/jes family live at Lone-Rock. Miss Arlene Lewis, who teaches In the Schroeder school south of town, was on the sick list several dttys last week and unable- to teiach. Mrs. Frctt Schroeder entertained the Acom club last Thursday at hijr home. On Wednesday Mrs. Behrends.-was the hostess to the Prissilla club: Mr. and'Mrs. T. E. Dalley and their daughters; Dorothy and Maxine were uj> from Algona Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Minnie Heetland; U. A. Dreesman left last Thursday for Los AngeU«, California, where- he will spend some time thtj- next two- months. He will also; visit 'jther points in California.. Arthur Baicm, who has been In the army stationed at Sault Ste. Michigan, the past, few months arrived home one- day last week. Mr. Baum went to Albert Lea to meet him. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Mrs. J. Hi Warhnrton and Mas. J. F: Faulkner were visitors last week Wednesday at che home of Mrs. Faulkner's-daugh-- ten Mr. and Mis. Aletfc Boc&noMts of near TiUmka. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and' Don- fjd and Mr. and Mrs. R. IB; HamquiBt iind daughter. Beth, visited Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Worlejr's parents, Mr. arid' Mrs. M. H. Bailey ut Mason City. Miss Lucy Trump is staying at the Harold Madslke home near Elmore, assisting Mrs. Mndstke with the house worft. Mia. Matfstke has had trouble for some time with a rash on her hands which hinders, her in doing her woik. Little Dorothy Schroeder had the misfortune to full last Friday, striking her heart against a sewing mach Dr. The local high school basket ball I wound anrf Dorothy is getting ulony hoys played tit Goldfleld last Friday I nicety. nii;ht, losing the gam« to GoldfielU. I . For Protection Little Kvulyu, iige lliree, much In terusted In lier mother's gewlug, no tlccd tluit she hud ant put uo liei thimble. When her uuitlier stopped hor work for u IIIDIIIUIII, lOvelyn Iodised up und wild: "Wluil'w (tie mutter, luothur, did you slick or hurt yoursell with the needle? You better put your funnel on." Mr. and Mrs. Lee Potter and family of llunly visited Sunday afternoon at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Castle- niaii. This Bode basket ball boys and girls will pluy the LuVerne teams on the local floor Tuesday evening of this week. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Lichty attended a convention of radio dealers at Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. The Women's Missionary society of the Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. W. H. Woito. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ketchenberger of Windom, Minnesota are visiting at the Chas. Swlger and Herbert' Smith homes this week. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society »KY«OTi«y ASTHMA REMEDY Qlvw frooipt «ad Pailtlv* Relief In Caw aAbyn r uggl.U Prl liy M.lllO Puckujjo lOo, , , WtLLUMSMFe.CO.,Frops.Cli*il|iKl, For Sale by LUSBY'S DRUG 8TOB6 Your Car Right now before the weather grows colder, toe- in. Put your ear in safe, well-trained hands.. Jiave- it thoroughly checked. Make your car sate,, sure- and sound for winter driving. Quicker Starting Higher cranking speed and hotter starting spark are derived from a new or fully charged battery. :Let us test your battery now. Have it charged or trade it in on one of th,e correct electrical size. You will find Willard and Firestone Batteries : moderate in price and backed by our personal guarantee. See our new battery built for cold weather starting. Smooth Operation Unless your car is Alemited by specialists at their job you cannot expect to dodge winter repair bills. Genuine one hundred per cent Alemite service gives you free and smooth operation of every vital part of your car. It also includes the flushing out of gears and differentials by a special Alemite process and forcing in special winter lubricant— spraying springs with Alemite 1 Graphite oil. You^ can thoroughly depmd on' the n)an that serves you. Protect Your Radiator Cold winds and freezing weather will cost you money unless you drain, flush then refill your radiator with an auti-freeze solution. 188 proof Alcohol, Ever-Ready Prestonc or Radiator Glycerine will give you one hundred per cent protection. Winter Driving Safe "Wo take care of all preliminaries and then let us chock your tires. Poor non-skid treads on slippery roads arc dangerous. Punctures and slow leaks are disagreeable. A new Firestone Built Tire new tube or repair will save an accident that usually costs more. We trade tires. TIRE COMPANY Algona* Iowa

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