The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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Algona Dollar Days! SEE THESE SPECIAL VALUES IN STORES LISTED BELOW! Hotel Barrel Water Tumblers • 12 for $1 Always are priced lOc each. Gamble's DOUBLE THICK COTTON GLOVES 5 pairs $1 With knit wrists Coast to Coast Store CHILDREN'S WOOD SKIS $1 Values to $2.85 Algona Hardware ALL-METAL KITCHEN STOOLS $1 Very special at this price. Foster's Furniture ANGEL FOOD CAKE PANS Regularly $M9 Coast to Coast Store TWO-PIECE CASSEROLE SETS $1 Regular $2.50 Value Algona Hardware KNIFE, FORK AND SPOON 2 sets for $1 Stainless SieeL Fine for erery day. Gamble's DECORATED TUMBLERS 12 for $1 Hearr bottoms. Very special. Coast to Coast Store Tire-King" Glass DINNER PLATES 5for$l Over 9 inches aero**. Heat-proof. Gamble's ANTI-FREEZE ALCOHOL 2 gals, f or $1 Regularly 59c gallon. Please bring own container. Coast to Coast Store LARGE HEISEY GLASS BOWLS $1 Regular $1.90 Value Algona Hardware ENAMELED WATER PAILS $1 Red and While. Regularly $1.29 Coast to Coast Store ALL-PURPOSE BARN SHOVEL $1 Regular $1.65 Value I Algona Hardware SPECIAL AT GAMBLE'S- i 'Coronado' Super Washer $109.50 General Electric Vacuum Cleaner Included for GAMBLE'S $1.00 EXTRA. Jinjiiiiuiiiieiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiii iiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniii! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY at wo DISH TOWELS 4foi*l Hemmed Sire 36x40 inches. Made of bleached muslin. First quality. No holes and no mends. COTTON FROCKS Sixes 14 to 25 included. All new patterns and tsyles. Fast color. Your choice $1 each! COTTAGE SETS Cottage set curtains—complete with tiebacks. Fast color and good quality. White grounds with color trim. MEN'S SHIRTS Dress shirts in new printed patterns. Sizes 14 to 17. A whale of 9 shirt buy is thisi Numerous other items in short lines wli be an tables in the store. Kossuth 4-H To Bock Camp Fund "Hawkeye state 4-H club members can build their own camping center," Carol Dee Legg. historian of the Iowa girls' 4-H, told Kossuth County 4-H club officers at a district meeting held to discuss the project at Garner, Feb. 9. She explained the proposed Iowa 4-H Camp Center and plans that have been laid for developing the 200-400 acre camping and training area. "If we club members raise the money to acquire the camp site," she explained, "other groups and individuals interested in the development of the club program in Iowa will help with further improvements." Taking part in the discussion were Catherine Orthel of Titonka, girls' county president; Eilene Schiltz, Bancroft, girls' county secretary; Marjorie Bleich, Wesley, girls' county historian; Paul Bode, Corwith, boys' county president; Bob Moore, Swea City, boys' county secretary, and John Burton, county extension youth assistant. The camp will contain 200-400 acres and will be centrally located in the state, the Kossuth county representatives were told. It would serve as a camping area for 300 members at a time. Presidents Catherine Orthel and Paul Bode gave brief talks on their support of the plan to representatives of the five counties attending. First step in the camping center movement is to raise five dollars or more per club throughout the state to be used in acquiring land for the center. This money will be available by May 1 so that the camp site can be announced at the annual boys' and girls' conventions in June. Kossuth county officers will contact the officers of each club in the county and explain the plan to them for their members' consideration. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebak, and daughter, Down. Mrs. Robert Bigings and daughter, Lynn, spent Thursday visiting her father, Hiram Hewitt, and brothers, Dick and Daryl, in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler of LuVerne, accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legler, and daughter, Ruth Ann, of Algona, spent the weekend in Walnut, la., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hass, parents of Mrs. Earl Legler. The occasion was the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hass. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. Walter Brayton and daughter, Linda, arrived Monday from McAllister, Okla., for a two weeks visit at the Mrs. Grace Brayton home. Five-year-old Jerry Lynn De itt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Dewitt of Bode, was at tha| home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker, the past week. Her mothe* Mrs. Dewitt, }s. the University hospital, Iowa City, for a check-up. »/r M ™ a nd , Mrs. Phil C. Lichty, Mr. F. I. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin H. Chapman went to Des Momes, Wednesday, and attended the 52nd annual hardware convention held there the past week. Mfcs Helen Egli of Manson £??£ *lY eral days the past week the home of her brother-in-law Plan Cresco Party The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club is sponsoring a Polio benefit card party at the Cresco Community Hall, Friday night, Feb. 17 Each member is to invite guests. Dancing Class Change All dancing class pupils are notified that their classes will begin one-half earlier than previously scheduled, by Miss Sandra WelH;, instructor. Classes are held Saturday afternoon at the Hotel Algona. WANT ADS Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Algona Upper Dei Molnei—7 ALL ACCESSORIES REDUCED 1O/ DURING $ $ DAYS KENT MOTOR CO. JOINS ALGONA DOLLAR DAYS BY OFFERING ALL AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES AT A 10% DISCOUNT. Used Cars USED CARS 1947 Chrysler New Yorker A. very clean car, fully equipped. 1949 Studebak^r Regal DeLuxe 4-dr. Sedan. Kadio and heater, and a brand-new_engine. Really a good buy. 1947 Pontiac Streamliner Sedan Coupe. 1942 Chevrolet Coupe 1939 Chevrolet 2-door ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO Commercial St. Phone 52 Wanted WANTED — 3 ROOM APART- ment by responsible party. Phone 242. 6* WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL or woman for steady housework at once. Nice home — good wages. Mrs. John Kirk, Phone 80 or 912, Algona. 6 WANTED—STEADY WORK ON farm by boy, fifteen. Kenneth Me Adams. Phone 6 or 1057-W. Algona. 6 WANTED — MARRIED MAN for farm work, seven room house, prefer family with daughter or wife available to help in our home part time. I live 2 east of Wesley, 3& north, and % east. Lloyd Neswold. 6' AUTOMATIC CIGARETTE UOHTER SPOTUGHT • I \&&VJI „:*«'" wso. ItiCTRlC ClOCK I GENUINE FORD ACCESSORIES WILL ADD USEFUL BEAUTY TO YOUR CAR KENT MOTOR CO. 220 East State Phone 434 ill Pure GROUND BEEF Pure PORK SAUSAGE Armour's Star A .. SLICED A Lbs - For LOBSTER TAILS Northern TOILET TISSUE Standby FRUIT Jf No - 21/2 Cans i COCKTAIL W r Kl4-oz Bottlesi SNIDER'S CATSUP GENUINE JELLO Pkgs. For COBBLER POTATOES WINESAP APPLES Del Monte PEACHES HarolcTs Food Store

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