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The Algont Upptf DM Molnea, Algom, Iowa, Aug. 18,1938 GEO.HACKMANS, IRVINGTON, LEAVE ON TRIP SOUTH Ifvington: Mr. and Mrs. Georfce trackman, Jr., and daughter, Joanna left last Thrusaay morning for their home at Knoxville, Tenn., after an extended visit at the George Hackman, Sr., home. The return trip will be made via St. Louis and Mrs. Hackman will atop for two •weeks with her mother at Nashville. Tenn. Will Enter College Donald Frankl was at Sioiw City last week making nrrangcmerts for entering Trinity College. Illinois Girl Visits Miss Chrys Mikkelson of Rockford, 111., arrived at the Perry Phillips home Saturday for an Indefinite visit. Miss Mikkelson has been attending school at Evanston. III., and will again return there this fall to resume her studies. Crwco Club Has The Cresco Embroidery club enjoyed their annual family club picnic last Sunday at the Call State 1'ark. Dinner was served at noon. The Frank Asa family \tvre released from scarlet fever quarantine last Saturday. The jma'.ler children only had the dises«* in a very light form. G. W. Gunder celebrated his SSth birthday last Tuesday and is still enjoying good health. Mr. Gututor maintains a nice garden and ats<> cares for the flowers located Hist in front of his home. All of the threshing in tV. ; 5 community is practically complete"! Oats varied somewhat in quality, as well as quantity. Some pnxhi,-e>1 as low as twenty bushels per a and some as high ns fifty. With the death of Mrs. A. L,. Web MANY RESIDENTS OF SWEA-EAGLE ATTEND CAPT. JEANSON PROGRAM Swea-Eagle: Many people in this vicinity in spite of the busy time, attended the program last Tuesday afternoon at the Swea City WORTH A LOT MORE / h»*rh school honoring the early pioneers of this community. Tribute was p«M Capt. R. E. Jeanson, who i came here in 18*3 as a land agent j for a New York immigrant com- i party He returned to New York • for the winters. In the spring of ! 1*7!. Mr. and Mrs. Je,ason built ; their fir?: home in Swea township. ! This also served as a community ! I'ouse for immigrants until they '• oivjM build their own home. '. IJvwl In Swpn-Engle Some years Inter Jeansona built 0 fine large dwelling in Kfigle township near the shore of a small lake, e | miking their home there until 1893, when Mr. and Mrs. Jeanson and their four children moved to Des Moine«. They moved to California In 1907 and remained there until they passed away. Luncheon Served After the program a luncheon was served at the Mrs. Victor Eckholm A Real Bargain! A Good Oil! No Waste! Full Measure! NATIONAL <Ofc jfV r Quart MOTOll jPi 1^ Can OIL &nsA\J Plus Taxes WHITE ROSE SERVICE O. T. Solberg. Distributor Phone 122 or 88-W Al.irona. Iowa home. Mrs. Eckholm IB 88 years old and was the oldest pioneer at the program. She enjoys very good health In spite of her years. Guests at the Eckholm home were Mrs. Albert Tuttle, daughter of Capt. Jeanson, and Mrs. Mildred Jeanson of Des Moines. Mrs. Ruth Nelson of San Diego. California, Misses Either. Emma, Ruth and Louisa Adolphson of Bancroft, Albin Bergeson and daughter, Freda, of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Eckholm. Mrs. Otto Jenson and Mrs. Emil Larson of Swea City. Mrs. A. Tuttle, Mrs. M. Jeanson. Mrs. Vic Eckholm and daughter, Lyda were dinner guests at the Albin Bergeson home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. August Grendler arc parents of a son born August 6 at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Mr. Grendler has taught the past four years in the Swea schools. June Larson, and Laila Berg attended the W. W. G. girls rally of the Northwest District of the Baptist churches at Bancroft last Friday. ster at Algona last week, it will be remembered that many years ago the Webster family lived on the Ridge road, it being here that the first Mrs. Webster died after giving birth to a baby girl. Several from here attended Mrs. Webster's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard ! will leave Wednesday for a short v'.rit at Lone Rock and Clarion j before going to Des Moines where Howard v.-'ll again te-ich in the Des Moines sHiools. The Hov.-rrri Elan- Thirds 1 i ve spent the summer -vtth the Edw. Blanchards, the men being brothers. The Lage family accompanied by the Elmer Dyes of Mason City, and Mrs. Lage's mother. Mr«. Alice Duryea motored to Des Moines la.-t Sunday to visit Mrs. Lage's sen. Joe. who is stationed at Camp Dndee with the national guard. Jo? Is in the radio department and will remain there for another week. SWEA 4-H CLUB MEETS TOURS. Swea-Eagle: The Swea Spirit club met at the home of Bernice Rath last week Thursday evening. AH members were present. Roll call was answered with Flowers I Like and Container. A talk on Lamp Shades and Care of Teeth was given. Plans were made for a four day camp at Interlaken. Minn., next week from Monday until Thursday. The county fair list was rend and a check on articles to be exhibited was made. Fenton 4-H Gives Rug Demonstration Fenton: The Fenton Forward 4-H club demonstration, "From Rags to Rugs", presented by Irene Kraine and Mary Ann Bonn, at the Kossuth county Achievement Day, Bancroft Tuesday, August 9, was placed In the blue ribbon division which is composed of the four best demon stratlons. The girls will compete with other clubs at the Kossuth county fair, and the one judged r-fst will go to Ames. A hooked chair seat made by Mary Ann Bonn, a coverlet and braided rug made by Irene Krause and a braided rug and a picture made by Lavonne Newel were chosen to be shown as part of the Koasuth county exhibit to be shown at the state fair. From Fenton attending the Achievement Day were Mary Ann Bohn, Irene Krause. Lavonna Newel, Marjorle and Eunice Johnson. Marian Finnestad. Shirley, Phyllis and Pauline Frank. Kathryn Ohm, Betty Jean Schwartz, Dorothy Dreyer, Laura Boettcher and Ruth Dreyer, club members. Others attending were Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, leader and Miss Florence Weisbrod, Louise Baker and Mrs. Geo. Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson who recently took a trip through Minnesota and the Dakotas report the best crops in Dakota In seven years. In places they are better than they are here. Wesley Girl Get* Position ill Algona Wesley: Gladys Paet* begrfn her duties Tuesday as cashier anc stenographer In the new S. & department store In the former Christensen Bros, location in Al gona. She has been employe'! in a hardware store at Fairmont for the past few weeks. Mrs. Helmke, Swea City, Injures Knee Swea City: Mrs. Klaus Helmke, who has had much trouble with an Injured knee for several months, fell last week while helping her daughter. Mrs. Hill cook for threshers at their farm south of town, and injured her knee so badly she had to be brought home In an ambulance and will again be laid up for some time. Armstrong Youth Has Infected Finger Armstrong: Wlllard Irmiter had the misfortune to run a rusty nail n his finger while threshing and t was necessary to have It lanced by Dr. West Six Cattle Dead Lotts Creek: William Wetzel lost six head of cattle from eating too much green alfalfa. Five good milk cows arid one heifer wree Included in the loss. The Algona Auction Co. We are here to setre both the tefler and bttyer at oof pvr- Illon in Alroiia vwtf Saturday. Saturday* Ang* 2O HOUSES We have listed a few rood Hone*. CATTLE Ten head of milk cows, some, frenh and balance to freshen. soon. Some young cattle from 800 to BOO pound*. HOGS Feeder pigs and brood sows to farrow In about two weeks. MACHINERY Two 14 Inch tractor plows, two hay loaders, one John Deere B-foot mower. • We have calls for all kinds of stuff ,so bring anything that you hare to sell as we have all kinds of buyers. Open Every Day. Sale Barn phone 11 Start on stock at 1:80 TERMS—Cash. No property removed until settled for. / C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operator and Auctioneer Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results FIRESTONE SAFETY Tires Made Blow-Out Proof by the Famous Gum-Dipped Process Every Indianapolis Speedway Winner for thejgastjwenty years has used Fir«r > stone Tires—the only tires the drivers who risk their lives where the danger from ?>Io\v outs is greatest, will use. And yet llio ^,un dipped Fin-stones cost no more than ordinary tires. Drop into the station and mid out ho\v ] priced Bluw-Out Proof Firestone o\V are SWEA CITY ALSO NOTES PROGRESS Swea City: Joy riders drivinu through streets of our little city.) notice the number of newly-painted j houses this summer and the profu-ier's club Cnlifnrnlnn VMM Mrs. Nina Trnub and Mrs. John Kline of Des Moines and Mrs. Kline's daughter who teaches at Santa Am. Calif., spent her vacation at home of her mother, arrived last week Monday for a three days' visit nt the Joe Preston home. Mrs. Traub will remain for a longer stay. M". Ruth Nelson of an Diego. Calif., visited last week Tuesday nt the linme of her mint. Mrs. Jacob Peterson. Entertain* Mother'^ Club Mrs, Cnrl Rnth entertainer] FIRESTONE TIRES, BATTERIES, RADIOS Complete Line of Sinclair Products Cooper's Sinclair Service ALdOXA, 1()\VA WWWVArWW^^ of beautiful garden flowers, nnd attractive back yards, denoting a pride of home and interest in surroundings. At the present time two fine homes are being: erected by th-? Glen Curtis and James E. Vaux families. Geo. K. Kelson has just had his home reshingled. Esther Smith arrived home on Monday from summer school at Drake University. Mrs. Anna Larson has leased her home furnished to the Clayton Roal- sons. who will move In Sept. 1. Virginia Fults came up from Des Moines Saturday to help her father D. W. Fults celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Walter Bovis and children came Sunday for a few days' visit at the R. A. Brnvender home. Th" Bovis family live at Elgin. Iowa Mrs. Ruth Hokanson Nelson of San Diego. California, visited at the P. J Heiken home several days last u-eelt nnil attended the Capt.'Jeanson memorial. Opal McCrary arrived from St. Paul. Monday, to spend the remain- ini; two weeks of her vacation with her mother. Mrs. Jenny McCrarv. and her grandmother, Mrs. \Vm. K-trgtr. after which lunch. A social hour was snent the hostess served a Mrs. Lawrence Saxton was host- o-s to the M. E. Ladies circle at her l-ome last Friday afternoon. Martin Larsons of Portland Twp. Have Numerous Visitors Portland: Richard, Darlene and Iva Marie Brayton were Wednesday evening visitors at the Martin Larsens and Miss Eileen Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N'eUon was an over night guest of the Larsons, Wednesday. Mrs. Hernitrd {'helps and children .spent Thursday afternoon at the Larson home. COMMONWEALTH SPECIAL OFFER1 Any farmer who knows paint values will tell you Sherwin-Williams bright, true-tone^, long-wearing Commonwealth Barn Red at this amazingly low price is sure one real saving! Make the most of this re-mark•able value right now. This otfer is good for a limited time only- Don't delay—pay u* a visit this week. at your Sttsawm-WILLIAMS PAINT HEADQUARTERS I'lii-tliuid f'rojjn- 'Miiinlny. AUKiiit •ti;i. thi- .•.-!.• I- I,'! Mi.-, lii.li !.i club meets on Hlli. with Mrs. i- |<i>iiminK t f.ill 'UK! t.-ikt. Trunkhills Home From N. Dak. Visit Burt: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunk- hill returned Wednesday from a couple of weeks' visit with relatives at Hettinger. N. D. They also visited nt Philips and Bonesteel. 8. D., A nephew and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trunkhill, came, home with them for a visit here. J . i . itvuta^f- Plan Safety Meeting A Kossuth county safety meeting :onic time after September 1, is being planned arording to Major Li-.slie T. .Saul. Chamber of Commerce secretary. E. H. Hproule. secretary of the State Safety council, is scheduled to be the princhi.:! speaker. Mr. Sprnule has no open date before Labor Day, Major Saul said. It is expected also that motion pictures nt the safety flag raising anj ceremonies will be shown also lit the meeting. si.d f . I'M TOUGH! Home Project Club Of Sexton Met Wed. ! WE r. j you so (jlttn lind the tardiest, Ktalthuit youiigitcra f'i\ Quakt r Oat s r 1 Bt,rati=»c oai nital ii \t.i. nrhLht c,f jjll wl.'-le j^taiii f'»<jdi» in -tU'iigHi-^iviii^ pr f xtc;iis. Prottins, you kii..-A.ait tt.i. vitaltoixit InuvnibUst fur b.*il'.iij«i4 n.u',cU-, inii: fit ;Jt, aii'i laLlin^ iUtu^ti.. It's riti.<.r than oU.tr thrifty tuiaU \<j<, in phoii/hoiu^ I'-r Ucth a;i4 boht-j, in iron, ;a;.<j tu Uii]joi taut Vita- i.'iiii ll;, the licrv: (ii/.t.'i! f.'c -apjjct ile vii ciii.in which <- hiiiirtn and every body nt«d iuppli'.d i-i ti.ciu (.'very c/^y/ S-j uirvc d'.lii -ioii-jQu^lct-r Oat soft cut o help your J,, 1 ' Lusby's Drug Store 1.1,11 :.il ,J ai iiit iitiiK-n.clitnU i>|jcnt scv- i y- l;i.,t v.i.i.k in Burt withj liayiiix uinj BtrnaUints Oi- j <1 viiiu-'J ititnlly with <ini Mrs. Fri-J Krough, E: ; Lay ur (jul with the it uujy "tough" kind of ij,uacular HtUi and iinijrovc your own gcucra! wcll-bcniji. Quaker Oals lavca money, too . . . oltcu cu'i brcaklant cuats tu half of more expensive fo'xlst.. . ami you cut have it tcujy ia only 2ij ininuteal Get u package of Quaker Oats at your I today I QUAKER OATS . I HJeb in NtrvK'Souriibing Vitamin B, "*i R S fl LE Buy one tire at Gamble's Regular low price and get your next tire for as lOW AS $1> These prices would be extremely low even on fourth line tires, but on Gamble's Columbia GUARANTEED FIRST QUALITY tires, tC a« nothing short of sensational. Thousands upon thousands have been sold by us this year. Our prices are low, but the quality it high. These tires have to be genuine first quality to be backed by a definite 18 MONTHS GUARANTEE «nh, e <M7<« y ° U T h «Vi« 4t ? 5 * 1 i? tire|f , 0r S 9 - 13 '"** next; tire cost* you 1 ' fof , $U - 88 - In *• Ti" 6 '°°- 16 " ize «*«• to* tile e °«» On ' COIU y ° U ° y $3>4S — or • P* 1 * tot the low price 30,3J4 4.40-21 4.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.25-18 5.50-17 6.00-16 Stlol 4 Tim Sf«.M x 10.50 •11.10 1J.7* 97.16 : 1».01 30.19 , 11.44 SPECIAL LOW PRICES _ ON INNER TUBES Touch, rugged red rubber tube* at rock bottom prices for this sale only. • - SPECIAL SALE PMICUI I»»JU. ..,...*»« S.M-1S LOT 4.40-fl *1.M 1.25-11 .. 1.10 <•««-» 1.00 i.so-17.... i M «.«-!§ 1.01 1.00-U \M BUY TIRES IN PAIRS AT GAMBLE'S! FIRST — Buy one tire at our regular low price shown in list at the left. THEN — For your next tire of the same size — 30x3^, PAX ONLY $1.71 4.40-21, PAY ONLY ».« 4.50-21, PAY ONLY t.4S 4.75-19, PAY ONLY. 5.00-19, PAY ONLY. 5.25-18, PAY ONLY. 5.50-17, PAY ONLY. 6.00-16, PAY ONLY. Special $2.00 Allowance for Your Old Battery! Guaranteed S'/ 2 Yean. 41 Plato, Extra Hijh Capacity Here Is double the usual allowance for your old battery when traded la on this new Prosperity Builder battery. This battery order provided 4,368 additional man boon of work — out contribution to that factory to stimulate employment and buying Fit« most popular cart. Installed free. Model 45S. Outright Price M.89 Allowance for your old battery. 2.00 Sale Price— W Exchange PRICES CUT SAVE OVER $4.00 DURING THIS SALE I Gamble's Airflow Master bike reduced la pric* tot thl* sal*. H*r* to • B-A-R-G-A-I-N in capital letters. Look at the built-in headlight — the ultra modem styl* — the new Hiawatha fender ornament They all mean more for your money. Model G62A. IMSUHAMCtt e*f OIM VMT Atmltat tin. TtMft, u4 Twiud*, mvMly Me Mtra OlrlV Mod«l. OS1-A. *•!• S79.ll Prlc* Ml.M $2988 Sl.Ji Per WMh P*>*bl> Monthly TUBE REPAIR KIT Contains 60 sq. in. patch, 18 ready cut patches, 2 tubes cement and buffer. 3-TINE HAY FORK (1.00 Value. Sale Price 69< BOLT ASSORTMENT Special package of SO assorted carriage bolts Machine bolta. Assortment of 50. Popular sizes 49< 57< TOILET TISSUE Soft, absorbent, sanitary. 6 Rolls 5-SEWEID BROOM A SOc Value 29< LUNCH BOX Complete with tray. Hew style. *5c Value. 15 Gals. 100% Pure Perm. Oil INCLUDED With Each Crest Truck Tire/ Now you get IS gallons of oil with each Crest Truck tire purchased — 30 gallons with a pair — 60 gallons with a set of 4 at no extra charge. It's top quality oil, too — Gamble's 100% Pur« Pennsylvania Permit Oil. •In Mil... Mii... Hit... 14i7 ,. 1.00-20. 7.00-20 740-20. . .Super .Super Prlte .m.ss . 2S.40. . M.10 . M.OI. . 17.SI. . M.1I. . M.M. U*% Pur* Ptnn. Permit OH .U 0.1. Oil Ind. .IS 0.1. OH Incl. .11 ad. OH Incl. If <>•(. OH Incf. .11 0*1. OH Incl. .If Oil. Oil Incl. .1* Ojl. OH Ind. 100% Pure Penn. Permit Oil Positively UK* finest Puro Penn. oil that can be bought Gives complete lubrication and positive protection. 8 Qt sealed can. Regular mm M> price 89c, M AS, SaJePrieo § *§>* Four 3-Qt. sealed cans. Regular price $3.29. Sale Price.... Prices Include Federal Tu GambU'f Duroflo Meier Oil Low priced oil that will giro complete protection under all conditions. 5 Qt seakd can. Regular price •* «m > 59c. Sale Price including Federal K X V Four S-Qt. sealed cans. Regular $2.19. Sale Price iuclud. Fed. Tu. EXTRA IOW PRICES on BARN PAINT For big savings on pajm buy during Gamble's Prosperity Builder Sale. This U a very bigb quality paint, equal in hiding power, covere-c *uJ durability to many barn paint* selling for as bigb as $1.60 per Gallon. Will positively cover much further than or-1 dinary barn paints and will last . **^ — much longer. Special Sal* Price »T IT Per Gallon | I OeUoni, Per Galton ., S1.14 Protperity Builder HOUSE PAINT SPECIAL Covers up to 400 sq. (t. per gallon, two coats. The formula is 65.33% pigment mad* up of whit* lead, zinc oxid* and titanoz, with 34.67% vehicle, composed of linseed oil, turpentine and japan drier. Equal to paint selling for ss high as $3.00 per .«•*«*«* »«n nM tiri.:*_ n_. o s t f^_t_ sVsirVv^p . . gallon. White only. Special Sale $ Price Per Gallon.... • Galons, Per OeMon IS.S4 4f V "•" Bettcry Our regular Royblue quality. Regular price Sate Price. 79< 10 Qt. PAIL Heavy, g»l»snli«il. Special Sale Pri«* .... Special. « ox. wrists. knit P4r 25< PLIERS 0 In. blunt now. Nickel 29c. GAMBLE STORES BUD BABNAED, Managing Partner Ager

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