THE BIGGEST IN-STQRE WAREHOUSE SALE TO HIT OUR TOWN. SHOP EVERY DEPARTMENT FOR GREAT SAYINGS! yav* 'ave. 499 SAE 10-10W, 20-20W, 30ond 40 heavy duty oil, 14,16x25". JI.JI«,ITC. . The Friendly Store •STORED WAREHOUSE HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED SPECIALS-SAVE!!! Use Your Credit—Pay No Money Down—Easy Monthly Terms No Mon«y Down $5.50 A Month 8 x 10-FT. CABIN TENT Regularly $59.95 Roomy tent with 7-ft. center and no obstructing center pole. Has sewn-in floor, adjustable outside frame and 3 screen windows. $ 31-3301,31 39 Side Room Tent—Reg. $69.88... .Sale.. . .$49 True Temper* S'/i', 2- pc. glass rod, star-drag reel, pre-spooled 125 yard line. Reg. $9.88 Hand Warmer Reg. $1.19 77' Chrome plated. No flame. Heats up to 20 hours on just 1 fuel filling. at-ino. Rtg. $5.95 'Old Pal v TACKLE BOX Rugged Cycolac 2-tray box, 16 compartments, leather grain finish, \4x7x7W' size, $418 Set has 4 rubber faced paddles, 66-inch net, 2 balls and jack. Jf'4770 4-Play Table Tennis 3 Rtg. $3.69 $000 SAVE BIG!! Your Choice! Values to 88c Each Choose from 24 different kinds of handy, quality tools. Buy some for both car and home at big warehouse sale savings. Made by Thermos with break- resistant filler. a»-»<n Fabulous FLOOR MAT SPECIALS! Values to '4.95 Fronts Opaque vinyl floor mats protect entire car floor and give years of long lasting beauty. Choose from assorted colors. 4-WC. 1 Penetroy Infra — Red HEAT LAMP Reg. $1.19 Artisan PROPANE CYLINDER C Only 95 Disposable cylinder has 1" throat. Burns up to 15 hours. Savel D-JUI Reg. $2.98 GARAGE BROOM 1 8" broom with tough * f* O<O bristles, 60" handle, * JZX hardwood block. JMU FINEST DINETTE VALUE EVER OFFEREDI Pay Only $7.00 For Month Buy Now—No Payments Until May 1st t LUSTRE CHROME OR BRONZE A really fashionable dinette set at big sale savingsl Rosewood grained 36x 48" mtlomine table opens to 60", hat rich black inlays, bumper edges and a double pedestal bate. Modern high-back style chain art covtred in rosewood grained and black vinyl with style-foam cushion*, No Money Down Chain Swivel a Full 360° Extra Chain Just $1$ Each Assorted SCATTER RUGS turquoise, tangerine Durable. n-nt-n Algona (la.) Upper DM Moines-9 Thursday, Feb. 15, 1968 Suzanne Dudley Engaged To Wed SUZANNE DUDLEY Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dudley announce the engagement of their daughter, Suzanne, to Ralph Tomlinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, formerly of Manly, Iowa, now living at Marshfield, Wisconsin. Suzanne is a junior and Ralph is a senior at Westmar College, LeMars, Iowa. An August wedding is planned. The Dudleys recently moved to Humboldt from the LuVerne-Irving- ton area where they had lived for 17 years. ST. JOE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas are parents of a son, James Allan, born Feb. 8 in Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mehlisch, Baltimore, Maryland, and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas, Algona, are grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas also have a son Jeff and a daughter Kim. Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle, Bancroft, are parents of a son, born Feb. 11 at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mrs. Doyle is the former Florence McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, formerly from here, now of Algona. Jo Ann Erpelding and Kathy Cody, Des Moines, spent the week end here in the home of Miss Erpelding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Eldon and Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Michael were • visitors here in the home of Mrs. Ringsdorf s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family, and with the parents of Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf and son, Burt. They left Monday for Carbondale, 111., where Joe will attend the University of Southern Illinois on a 2 1/2 year scholarship. I LuVERNE | s By Mrs. Clifford Holmes 1 Mr. and Mrs. Alien Biesemeyer and Lori Jean of Denver, Colo, came Friday to the home of Mr. Biesemeyer's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer. The Allen Biesemeyers aremovingto St. Louis. Lori Jean will remain with her grandparents till her folks are settled in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Vervon Davidson and Cathi of Adel arrived Friday evening for a visit in the parental Ralph Davidson home. Later that evening, Vervon and his wife left for Spencer to attend a Jay Cee meeting. Also on Friday, Gordon Davidson brought his daughter, LuAnn, to her grandparents home where she visited until Sunday. On Sunday all gathered for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lenzarenow living in Minneapolis while Jim is attending Control Data Institute. They have spent the past four months in Williambsburg, Va. Jan. 18, Jim received his Army discharge at Fort Eustis, Va. He had spent two years in the service, one year of which was in Vietnam. Before moving to Minneapolis, the couple spent several days in the parental Allen Blake and Roland Lenz homes. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake were in Rockford Monday to attend the funeral of Vern Mosher, a close family friend. Circle I met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. John Cox, hostess. Nine members were present. Devotions, Mabel Shorey; lesson, Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert spent the weekend with their son and brother, Richard and family at Walthill, Nebr. Circle ni met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom, hostess. Eleven members were present. Devotions, Ollie Stoll; lesson, Anna Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake visited in the Oral Blake home at MarshaUtown and in the Bud Langbehn home at Green Mountain Tuesday.
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