fhurtday, Pebruory 3, 1966 AlfloflO (la.) Upper DM Mdtftii-i MR. AND MRS. Virgil Jennings are moving to a farm near Lu- Verne« Mrs. Charles Armstrong, mother of Mrs. Jennings, is staying with them for the present and Is assisting in the moving. SUPPER GUESTS Sunday of Mrs, Elizabeth Post were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank of Mason City, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Esther Helberg. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Donovan were visited over the weekend by their son Bob and family of West Union. They also spent some time at Bancroft with Mrs. Donovan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marlow. MRS. JESS DUGAN went to Hurt Tuesday to attend her bridge club meeting at Mrs. Bertha Elvidge's. MR. AND MRS. Paul James have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis, Waterloo, who also visited Mrs. Laura Burtis at the Good Samaritan Home. MRS. ROBERT HEDEEN, nee Marita Zaugg, and children, are here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C» E. Zaugg, for four months while her husband, a captain in the Air Force, is stationed in Florida. The family has spent some time in Spain and at the conclusion of this assignment, the family will be going toMinot, N. D. MAJ. CHARLES Crapser and family are leaving this week for Anchorage, Alaska. His family has been living here while Maj. Crapser's assignment was completed in Viet Nam. MRS, MERLE Chamberlain had as callers one day last week Mrs. Lester Yoeyel, Mrs. Arlene Tapp, Rockwell City, and Mrs. Dolly-Wall, Jolley. MR, AND MRS. Albert Eischeid and daughter, Therese of Carroll, were recent weekend visitors at the A. J. Eischeid home. Private Merlin A. Eischeid also recently spent 14 days at the home of his parents, the A. J. Eischeids. He is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. Eischeid and Merlin spent Wednesday at the Herbert Knecht home at Charles City. Mrs. Knecht is the Eischeld's daughter. TOM WALLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller, was home for a mid-semester break from Drake University, last week. He had as a guest, Roger Sparks, Newton, his roommate at Drake. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Egel had Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe and family as dinner guests Sunday evening. BERNADINE LINNAN was home for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Llnnan. She is employed at Minneapolis. Recently, she and Mrs. Linnan spent some time at the summer home at Lac Court Oreille, Wise., and did some skiing nearby. Mr. Linnan was in Chicago on business and flew to Minneapolis where he was met by his wife for the trip home. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Erickson, Mr. and Mrs, James Smith and Mrs. Charles Armstrong were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Erickson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erdman, Renwick. 35c Share Dividend The Board of Directors of Snap-on-Toolc Corporation, at a meeting held Jan. 28, 1966, declared a regular first quarter dividend on the outstanding common stock of the Corporation of thirty-five cents per share, payable March 10, 1966, to stockholders of record Feb. 18,1966, At Grain Meeting DES MOINES- Edmund L. Otis, Joseph A, Skow, George Seaberg, Bob H, Spear, Lester Larson, Prank Bleich, and Herman Bode of Wesley,' L, W, Geitzenauer of Lone Rock, Alvin Berte of Livermore, were among those who attended the 62nd annual convention of Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa (Cooperative) held here Jan, 24-26, They all were representing their own area elevators, the local farmer-owned and controlled cooperative which Is a member of FGPA, Meet February 2 BURT * The regular monthly meeting of the W, S. C, S. will be held at the church Feb. 2. In charge of meditations and program wUl be Benlta Mitchell, Bfiulah Davis and Blanche Long, *«.** '•,_. f The Friendly Store C0f the eoffe§ Is on! there's a cup for you — end the donuh are delicious. Come on in and browse around while you refresh yourself. You don't have to buy anything, of course. The refreshments are free, with no strings attached. This is my "Thank you" for your kind patronage of The Friendly Store, with hopes for a continuing friendly Customer* Gambles relationship. But don't blame me if I try to tempt you. I've marked down price* for just that reason. I want you to get the things you want and need — and the prices are right — right nowl NORM CHRISTIAN NORM CHRISTIAN SAW Reg. 88* 16x25" Rubber WELCOME MAT Durable rubber mat has knife-like edges to remove dirt. »M»O« 77 RIGHT GUARD SPRAY DEODORANT King Size 66 Compare at $1.00 Push-button deodorant protection for the whole family! 4-oz. can. Assorted Grit SANDPAPER PACK Handy assortment of 4!/ix5'/4* sandpaper at big tavingtl *MM 9< NEW! Fold and Pour! Reg. 98* Unbreakable Polypropolene DUST PAN Pan folds to fit mop boards, corners for cleaner sweep. 20-1210 88' REDUCED 5O ^/tfflSrftt*.** •*--' H» Handy Record Storage Space Deluxe V-M Record Changer CORONADO Waldera 6-Speaker Stereo Phono with AM-FM Radio Here's the star of my sale. I've reduced the price a big $50 to make this console model the buy of the yearl Come in and hear the rich tone, the dramatic stereo sound separation that achieves concert hall realism. Run your hand over the satin smooth/ fine furniture finish. Examine the fine workmanship and beautiful walnut veneer of the impressive 5-foot-long cabinet. Come in and check the deluxe Voice of Music 4-speed automatic record changer. Anti-scratch retractable cartridge has a diamond-sapphire needle. And here's a real bonus at this low price — a long range AM-FM radio! This is the set your family can enjoy for years, a set that is designed to enhance nearly any de'corl 95 Only $2.40 Per Week Payable Monthly 4I.MI1 NO MONEY DOWN CORONADO WARRANTY against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for one year. Defective parts will be repaired or replaced. Includes a 90-day free repair service. f/Icti end cft'trt apply to all Gomblt-owntd tlorii and to moil Dioltr iloril. ANACIN Bottle of 100 99 Compare at $1.25 Gel Anacin for foil relief of pain. It it the analgetic tablet. Save!MM New Low Prleel Artisan Propane TORCH CYLINDER Reg. $1.39 Big saving on propan* fuel for all of your Work-laving, gai-flred took Top buyl U-IIM CONTAC Cold Tablets Famous 12-hour continuous action time capsules for relief of colds. U-MM Polystyrene STEP STOOL Safe, durable stool will hold 500 pound*! Color choice. * 20-UU-4 199 WAREHOUSE SURPLUS STOCK ONE-TWO-THREE OF A KIND LOW CLEARANCE PRICES OIL FILTERS - For Buick, Pontiac and Oldsmobile reg. $1.98 SALE $1.44 GO GASOLINE ANTI-FREEZE reg, 25c SALE 2 for 27c AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID - Quarts reg. 45c SALE 2 for 78c BOOSTER JUMPER CABLES - Heavy Duty, 8 Ft. reg. $2.29 SALE $1.86 METAL PAINT PAN AND ROLLER SET re9 ' 89c SALE 44c PAINT ROLLER REFILL reg. $9c Each SALE 2 for 59c 6 OR 12 VOLT BATTERY - 30-Month Guarantee, Winter- master, Original Equipment Capacity 6-VOLT reg. $12.49 SALE $9.99 12-VOLT reg. $15.48 SALE $12.98 FLOOR MATS - Clear Vinyl and Tinted Vinyl, Fronts reg. $5.45 SALE $4.44 GRADE A LATEX PAINT - White and 4 Colors to Choose From reg, $3,69 SALE $2.88 PINT VACUUM BOTTLES r «9 99c SALE 77c SNOW TIRES - Per Pair, 750 x 14 reg, $42Pr. SALE $35 Tax Incl. Exchange 6-GALLON VINYL TRASH CAN - With Lock Top reg. $1,33 SALE 99« BUY OH TIME! NO MONEY DOWN AT GAMBLES!
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