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2—Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 13, 1956 Plan Bazaar, Wesley, For November 17 Wesley — Meih.-ilis! v, ••i<,< n will have- a ba/.aai in the I.O O !•' hall Saturday. Nov. 17 fri.'ir. 1 (••'• '•> o'clock. A SiivtT Tea will served. They will h.ave for M biiked rood's, handwork ; candy. The MiMliodi.-M v .an >up will have .charge «'' candy lio'itli. T!ie \Vesloy lo\vn<liip - rrau and botli 4-11 clubs will also have their annual parly and ho\ social in the I.O.O.K. 'Hal! Sat- u:finy evening; Nov. 17. Cub Scout News October was the month <>; Aclventvire with Puppets. We made stick puppets, tinner puppet's and hand sack puppets. Wt were prepared (or the "\Vitche> and Goblins" by making trick end treat boxes ami masks. welc-.->ined two new Unhcats to out Den. Mark Goetx and Honald Johnson were inducted by candles ceremony al the Pack meeting. Larry Youngwirth icceived the Leon badge, gold tincl silver arrow arid Tmn TlKunas. the silver arrow. Home On Leave Kendall R. Weiland. ciuurler- nnister third class U.S.N., son of Mr and Mrs lUiy H. Weiland. lias returned to San Diet>o, C;.lif. aboard the Attack Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Wasp from a si.\- nionths cruise in tlie Western Pacific. The carrier visited Hawaii. Guam, Hong Kong and S Japanese ports. Mr and Mrs Arden Ilovland of •Minneapolis accompanied Mr rind Mrs George Ricke to Dubu- (Hie eve; IhcV Vl.'-'i'ed Mis Yiaiy S; !:,ei e The Junii .•i;-s> play V>Y.y." Nl d-i ei.i ing. Andrc-.v tvr. Avttill Mo'iii.iy I'Vc l.esl( x r Liii'so rs o!" l!ie •pviblic praetleili:; on i!:fir 1 hey Went That A Helen Kleinpeter is ueuai:! ,md daus:h- >!" (.iuuiiield spent iliL;. Nov. ,'i its tin 1 'son home. lieortje Vanst 1 !' lost t'ne ti|i of •!:e ;h d fin.yer on his light hand •Mit day hist week while helping iiis 1>. oilier move a stove in their home. The stove tell and crushed IMs firmer. Mr and Ahs N. F. Weber and Mi and Mrs Harold Weber and son Donald were Sunday, Nov. 4th. plies'* in the L. A. Weber home in BriH. They all attended the Garner Catholic Women'; smorgasbord that evening. Mr' and Mrs Karl Shub. and Mr and Mrs J(>hn Fo.\ and their families of Brill spent Sunday. Nov. 4 with Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson and iamily. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meinecke and baby Steven of Jefferson spent the November 1 I weekend :n the parental. N. K. Weber home. Mi und Mrs Orin liyro of Goldfield spent Sunday, Nov. 4. with his sister. Mrs L ester Larson and family. That afternoon they all went to Mason City to visit Mrs Byro's mother, Mrs Hose Chris- lensen at a nursing home. < Mr and Mrs Dennis Carlson and two daughters .spent the November 4th weekend with his par- Mr and Mrs Carl Carlson of sford arid her parents. Mr Mrs Fred Kie-, of Hurley. biolhcr f i om Terraville \va- ;i jjuesl in the parental, Carlson home. Mr and Mrs Lon Gouge and their daughter, Mr and Mrs Wil- fn.-rt Becker and Iamily spent Sunday, Nov. 4th with relatives ;,t Carroll. The Lon Gouges were dinner guests in tlie Theo. Petthoff home. The women are sister.?. The Becker family were Her also id You about those Sewing Machine ADS YOU ARE CONSTANTLY SEEING IN THE BIG CITY PAPERS For some strange reason, a good many folks have the mistaken idea they can always get a "FANTASTIC DEAL" on a Sewing Machine. That idea is fostered by the kind of hit-and-run ads you see so often in the big city papers —and, we are sorry to say, it appears enough unwary people go for these "deals" to keep the practice going. We have had enough disappointed people come to us —AFTER getting involved in one of these "deals", and tell us of their disappointment—that we feel impelled to publish this word of caution. These people have been rather amazed when we told them that any "deal", if it has merit, CAN GENERALLY BE MATCHED LOCALLY, and can be made with a locnl business you know and trust. The retail sewiny machine business, we are also sorry lo say, has come to attract a lot of "characters" — from ordinary peddlers to larger operators — and the country is populated with women who have fallen for these "deals", and then rued the day they did. We know, because we have had the sad "sicry" told to us. Perhaps you don't know, because it's a rare customer who admits she "bit." In all seriousness, and for your cwn protection, we advise that you think twice when you hear or read about a "wild offer" that looks almost irressisiible, especially if it's on SEWING MACHINES. Very Sincerely Yours, NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE CO. ALGONA, IOWA P.3.—We can offer you c-v.-ryihiny in the way of a Sewing Machine purchase you can gt-t anywhere —• including credit terms, lo match those anywhere. Titonka Soldier Gets Promotion Tilonka — James W. Van Hove of Titonkii. above, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove, was recently piomoted to the rank of Private First Class. Assigned as a messenger with the Communications and Records section, Adjutant General Division, Fort Shatter, Hawaii. He arrived in Hawaii in July. Prior to going to Hawaii, Pvt. Van Hove was stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Pvt. Van Hove graduated from Titonka Consolidated High School in 1054. dinner guests at the home of their cousin.-;, the Morris Poltholls. All were supper guests at the home ol Mr.s Marie Potthof! home. A basketball jamboree was held Tuedsay evening, Nov. (i in Crystal Lake with each of the t! teams in the district playing one quarter. The Wesley girls lost by one point. Mrs Louise. Osborne returned to her home at State Center last week following a month's visit in the home ol her daughter. Mrs Dwight Bruns and Iamily. Mr and Mrs Waller Plotter and two .sons were Tuesday evening .guests al thi! parental, R. C. Bauer home. Mr and Mr.s F.r.'.'nklin Bode have recently purchased the Kin I Ward home which was lately vacal.ed by the Burnelto Hartley family. iiodes will move from the. former Dorothy Snook apartment about Nov. lu where they have lived several years. Bartley.^ have purchased the Snook house and moved two weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Dwight Brims autL three children spent the NoveirR her 4lh weekend with his brother Darrold Brun.s and wife in Waler- loo. Mr and Mrs W. D. McCaulley and son Gary of Mason City were Saturday guesls in the Herman Bode home and enjoyed the opening ut the pheasant limiting se.a- SJIl. Sgt. F.dward Mettille recently visited his sister, Mrs Holx-i I Hockwoorl and family. He has re-enlisted in the U. S. army after lO'- years seivii.-e. He was on a ;H) day HU lough airl visited relatives Ir-re, at Corwith, Des Moiiu-s, Milwaukee and other points. He will leave from Seattle, Washington tor service m Korea. Methodist Men's Conference; will be held in the local church Wednesday, Nov. I-I with Rev Amedoe Fredette of Nora Springs a.s guest speaker. A chicken dinner-will precede tin: meeting. Rev. and 'Mrs F. A. Webb ana Mesdames H K. Hemmmg.sen, Paul iM'dman, Murri.-^ UeiJoer anc Lee llildibrant attended Hie Ales Templeton concert in Algonr Wednesday evening, Nov. '». Mr and' Mrs Ole Hull of Ta- conui, Wash, came Tuesday lor several week-, with Kisi-nbaclier relatives here, at Aimstieng am 1 at Heading. Minn. They a.e hnii.-egue>ts of Kdwird and Joe Kisenhaeher. The American Legion Auxiliaiy reali/ed about S1UO from the ham .-.upper and hinehes M-I veil oi I Klection Day in (in: I.O.U.F. Half.' Pally Wil-'on, 'daughtei of Mr find Mrs Dewey Wilson of Mar-, line/., Calif., ( u inei !y ,,(' Wesley.' was married reci'iitly live in San Francisco, Iamily left here Jun Mrs Sadie Gro Men Smith enleied the. Britt hospital Tuesday. Nov. (i for treatment of c tomach nlders. He had ii/L-fiitly returned liom a Univer- •'i!v hospital, Iowa City where be had been ii days for treatment. Guest •; in the Wm. Hrubes hoiiie Sunday. November -!. were Mi and Mis John l.oebu 1 , and family of Brilt. Mr and Mrs Wm Hrulies and far.iilv ;ei:i Mr.- Hrub«:s' mother. M:s H. C. Bauer visited Mr anc) Mis Oeorge \VeUik and family at Britt Friday i veiling. Nov. 2. Guest-; in tlie Charles Nygaard home Sunday. Nov i \vero bis mother. Mrs I.i.'/ie Nygaard. Mr and Mr.s Virgil Smith. Mr <>nd Mrs tt;>\- Nygaard and families of Live; more; Mr and Mrs Berdine Nygaard and family of Lake Mills: Mr and Mrs Harry Nelson •••lid familv of Duncan: Mr and Mrs Ro\- Van Voorhoes and fam- ilv of Topeka. Kan.: Mr and Mrs Andrew Nvgaard of Fort DoH</p; and Mavis Nygaard. In the after- Tion some of the guests visited Mrs Luther Nygaard in her homsj. The latter \vlio has been ill ftij- (i weeks is showing improvonvnj. Mr and Mrs G"orce Hruhri? and Greg and Mr and Mrs F/d. Hruhe-; of Bi-jll. were callers in the Win Hrubes home Thursday eviiim 1 . "Jov. 1 . Donald G:Milt Illinois visited hi Mr and Mrs I, a w day last week. day furlough fmn\ an army near Lincoln, Neb. Mr and Mrs Ivan Johnson and fairilv. Dr. anH Mrs Paul Warner •o-id f'vo ehi'dnMi and Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlson were Snmlav. Nov. -llli gtiesls in the Cliff Carlson home. Busv Bees Meet At Schultz Home Bancroft Busy Bees -l-H club met at th' 1 home of -Chris lino an.-d Ann Sclylt/.. recentlv. New iv.embers joining the club were Rita lleiidrickson. Jean Ruslemii r and Darlcne Grancl- geiiett. Demonstration \vas given on Dewing mar-hines bv Christine S<'bil'tx and Pally Cogley. Talk? w( % re given by Bettv l.ensing and Marv Scbilt/.. Mrs Rustemier was a guest. A lunch followed the meeting. KILLED A herd of cattle escaped from a pasture on the Herman Storlen- brecker farm near Silver City re-- eently and 10 were killed by a Wabash freight train. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES — .S.CEEDINGS A nift'tniR oi the Board of Ti ustce^ lit Uic Alginia Municipal Utilities was IU.M in the City Hall, City of Algona, I.I-A.I NovfinbiM 2. 1956. at 7:M o'clock I'll: ;'ii-M-iit v.rn' I'. H. McQiuston. M. .1 Mi.idlrv. T J:\mrs P;ilmcr. Siipciiu- :,;-,i',rr! .iml Irn Kolil. Scfi'utai y. Tlv lnur:!i^ i)f thr meeting of Octo(•.(•! Hi. l!'5ti uru- n-.id and approved. Mn'i-m by Ki'acilrY. si.-i-onclrcl by Mf- Q;;isl'>n, ih.it tin- vouchers pay,;ihle be .ii'pp'Vcil ar.d a'.itlici i.'.i'd Motion cairicri. as an- voting of Kankakee. uncle and aunt. once Baylor one He was on a 5 camp iliti'<l "Ayr" Light Fund I'.n Hi>ll. p-iy roll . . I.fi!i2.87 Milton H:l\ru. Inlmr . . 171.16 Fdum Wcishaar. labor - ..... lf).'i.:!0 Mrivm Hcntpis. labor . . . KW.K7 Ems' Thirl. lnbnr . -HUH Imi'a State Hank, withholding tax ................. - 247.10 S.x-. Sec. Fund. sot-. Sec 1 , l.ix . .. 116.40 Pit'Srl SITVK-P Co.. diosc-l fuel 2.5JI-1.21 North Central Pub. Ser.. Kas bill ........ 5,200.73 Fulton Ivon Works Co.. rep.iirs 421.00 Woodward Ciovr.-rnor Co.. supp. 16.23 Nddw.-n 1 Motor Co.. supp. - . .. 326.75 IiuTet'Mil-Rnnd Co., supp. -I.B1 Wcstinghouse Klee, Supp. C.'o.. MipplK's ... ... 032.43 45(i.OO 4UI.CJ 50..-I7 10.04 8.1)0 3<V2« 29.36 39.53 30.44 2.00 4.00 S.40 5.00 10.11 118.91 112.08 3ft. 35 fil.2!) 10.06 333.83 142. SB 111.85 -1H 02 53.00 30.44 01.10 28. DO Soc. Sec. Fund, sue. sec. lax _.. 32.40 I.elgliton Supp. Co., supp. ... 231.49 Noptune Meter Co., supp - 17.00 Globe Machinery & Supply Co., supp. . 57.45 A. Y McDonald Mfg., Co . supp. 3.54 Sebastian Diesel Eqpt., supp... 5.53 H J. Funk, service . 20.18 Thoinpson-Hayward Chemical Co., supp 19.13 l.ce M. Hatcher, labor 9.00 Rapid Thermogas Co., supp. .- 2.00 Hopkins Super Ser., service 1.20 Mop's Skflly Ser., seryloe . 11.64 Wanner Cities Ser.. service 5.21 Kossuth Oil Co.. service . . . . 0.17 State HvRienic Labor, ser _ 2.00 Marshall-Jackson Co., supp. . 14.00 Addres5ograph Corp., supp 1800 Petty Cash. misc. ".. 17.83 Deposit Fund Cook's Standard Station et al, deposit refund 125.00 The salnrv of Jerry Puffer was set fit S225 per month. A list of uncollectible accounts for Minister to the inactive ledger was approved. Ne>:t meeting date was set for November 10. 1956. at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Meeting adfourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ C. R. McQuiston President Pro Tern \oitiiland Kler. Supp. Co.. supp. lnw.i Wee-trie Supp Co.. supp. Seliaslian Diesel Kqpt. Co., sum'. ....... - - -- AlKon.i Laundry, supp ............. Pfu-iViil Motor?, rep.iirs . . Kent Motor Co.. ser ....... ...... Mm'-- Skelly Ser.. scr ...... .. Kossulh Oil Co.. Ser. .. . ........ fame. -Be, "ken Co.. ser. ..... I,, S Muekey. ser. - ______ Kohlhaas Hdwe.. supp. .. . _____ Kossulh Co. Reeovilev. sev ..... Diesel Pub.. Inc.. subscription.. Matt I'airott &• Sons Co.. supp. i'pner Des Moines Pub. Co., scr ...... ........ - Ailv.inee Pub. Co., supp. ...... T James Palmer, exp ..... N W. Bell Tele. Co.. ser. I'eltv (.'ash. misc. ....... _Water Fund Pa\ Tinll. pay toll ..... . Kianl: Ostium. labor . . . Waiter Peterson, labor _.-.... Hr.iKus Helmers. labor . .. Keiner llrlni»i-s. labor . . . . - C.eortfe Wrig. labor ..... Krr.st Thiol, labor . ...... lov.a State Bank, withholding tax ...... . FRI., NOV. 16th Turkey Jamboree Free Poultry FLOYD WAHREN & ORCH. SAT., NOV. 17lh BOB WHITE and Orchestra WED., NOV. 21st Rock-N-Roll Teen-age Party KEITH KILLINGER and Orchestra Bob Lutz — Your M. C. Sponsored by Coca Cola THURS.. NOV. 22nd Thanksgiving Night JULES HERMAN And Orchestra Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids Piles ffi-w VnrU, .v Y. (Spi-rhil) - For the first, time st-ionce h:is found a ntw healing substance with the n.stonish- tag ability to shrink hrtnorrhoids ami lo relievo pisin — without surgery. In c.'isu after ciu-^o, while gently relicvintj iiiiin, actual reiluetion (slirinkajri'i took j>lai.-p. Mnvt aMi.r/iim of al!-- nvuilts were «o thorou^li lliut sufferors niuila nstonishinp statements like have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new- lu-alinf* substance (Hio-Pync* ) —dist-overy of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment f^rni under the name t'rejturntion }!.* At your druygist. Money buck ^tiarnntee. •Ueg. U. S. I'll. Off. INEFITS MES OVER ... from the Brewing Industry .ill I Will , C;ilil'. The' 1. died:. ".-( Colo. .-pent Al Watiiioj in the I'.n ; ago. Sir Ilau|)tman i i-lativi.'.- CariuUicrs of a day recently al Hi homo. She elerkvcl Fell <toiv ! also viMted :n (Jai'iii-r. Th" Mary Ciide o! the Ale'h .,fli-t (.'ii'.n.'o v- ill nieel \\ ilh ..Vl-l Drum- i..'arl>o'> \V'e'hie.-uay. No\ •1,\. The K.V.N elide v. ill '.i'e with Mr- Ki'iii!,'lh llea! Ti'.u.. day. NOV'. !•>. 6 13 COLORS 13 RUSCO WINDOWS j GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- i STORING COMBINATION gives i fou more convenience and com- I .'ort than any olher combinatioi window i HUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add great,y lo ihe beauty of your home ! Charles Miller RUSCO SALES ! Phone 741 -W after 6 p.m. '' In Employment... . Nearly 23,000. lowans are employed in the brewing industry. These people and their families, living 1 in literally every section of the state,'make their daily contribution to the wealth, growth' and welfare of our communities. In Farm Income... .More than SiifjO.OOO.ono worth of grain (with corn heading the list) is purchased each year by the brewing industry. This steady demand for basic grains is an important item which Iowa farmers can always count OIL In Taxes... A total of over S2r>,000,000 in taxes is paid by the browing industry every year on beer .sold in Iowa. All Iowa benefits from this, because it moans a reduction by that much in our individual taxes. Ye.-;, in M many, many ways . . , HELPS BUILD IOWA UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNOATION lowo Division 803 Liberty (149-1 P*» Moinei HUNTING FISHING ;: TIP - OF-THE-WEEKs A wide, heavy Rubber band placed on the handle of your iishing rod provides a nejit place lo insert hook of plug or fly between fishing periods. The Sunday trap shools thai have boon held at Squee/.e Field by local Iv.aak WalUm'.Ts have been worth a visit, especially when, as happened recently, you could watch a boy t.f twelve outshoot his Dnd, a well-known Al- busincssman. The "quail shoot", where the man with the trap tries lo outwit the shooter by releasing the clay bird when the shooter least ev peels it, is the most spectacular. Shooters who did best with the "quail" were Hnin/.in.rjer, Lichter, Rusk, Fairbanks and McKride. M least they were garnering the most hams and apples as prizes. Howard Forsburg has been a consistently high shooter. Others trying for the clay birds, and having various types of lurk. have been Bill Newland. Bill Amon. John Altman, Erv Wiltgen, Harvey Larson, By Riehaid- son. and MeBride. Sumo of the top shooters kept their familie:- pretty well .supplied with groceries. H's BECKER'S Sporting Goods Store Algona's "Sports Spot" Hunting licenses — Ammo — Rifles and Shotguns — Hunting Coats, Pants, Caps, Hip Boots & Waders. "Shoot The Shells That Becker Sells" by CLEM ERLANDER hunter there, and he can't see me, .•o if be kgi-ps on walkujg fast I'll jus't sit light here." "Us old cock pheasants wise up ;;retly fast after opening day. In fact, me and some of my pals even hide out around old farm machinery - - they don't look tliere. I don't mind if I've got an even chance lo out-wit the rainier--bill some of these gang- up methods are unsportsmanlike, to say the least. . And a hunter who would shoot' a HKN phea- r-ant . . . well, he's beyond the pale!" By the way. K"ssulh is also one of eleven Iowa counties with an open season now on Hungarian Paitri'Jge. Iffpn you get one, let. me know. WESTERN AUTO Siore As a special liiilo "lip" for his .services in guiding me tin.; p.u-i summer on Lake Of The Yvonels I recently sent my guide up then.'. Junior Robinson, t \vo pairs of 1 had a letter of thanks from !•.;•: the other day. wr'.ti'-n in !,is own fascinating Indian . tyle. .\ir:on.: other thim; ; . Junior \v;-i.!e: "'.'..i-J. Algona Outboard Motors • Rifles — Shotguns Shells *< Auto Accessories HARRY IRELAND Owner I happened to sit next to Alfred Schulk'. at a recent oil dealers dinner meeting, and in tlie course of the meal, on the look-rut for dope for this column. I asked Alfred if he was doin;: oiiy ti.-iiing or hunting. Hi: replied to the contrary, but t'ne!' tit) :'ii.l asked me if I'd ever doiv anv "bull him! in;;." That stop- pod me. and the upshot of it was- ih,.'. Alfred was sort of baiting mi. . . . v.-hat he acUf.'lly nvant wa.-, "Iv.iii fight." We!!. bulls are animals, so \ve a.-.ked h'itn to tell T. iiov :! wen'., * + * Seems ihr.l on his last trip to Mexico, Alfren and parts' got next ro some pretty :;ood buli-lightin.n \vlnle he in.ide '.t plain In.- eor- air on bear. Hair ve;y ion;; and j IO-.M.-'II Inill-liuht. al our urging, and it's a pretty good tiling w .-.ill had .-If'in: stomachs, as h He sUirt'.Mt very black. We get much snn',v, January and February." Junior'-. forecast is borne "H\ by li'v :.:<.•'• tiiat farmer.- 'hereabouts havsroihl j;hy telling v:s thai Mexyaan bull arc r;;i<"d <'.--p,M-i.illy for the ling, and rnler the fray '.vemhin-; about tiOU pounds. They'i-e fairly doriK: as Hiev i;el in'i. tlie chute, but ;•, Ih.inky SUMM tak.'.-, care ol tiiat hv .jabbing t'ne bull two or Hire;' u..'.-. " 'he tu'c'l: with a spear. Tlv< i,.; •'" ' . - ' p- m at Hiis s'. .'.!> but tn - ...nil ol blond M4- _' ;;v.iU':; !:im in Ihe pom! where h • coin 1 s cliar..'" : i -ill i if t'n 1 .' chute li'u- an i.'\pr...-.-' train. me tiu- field corn th heavier husks - al^-i a :-i!;n oi a real winter to conn-. * * * Anyone who has takon a look ai Union Rli.iu.:;h this HC.IS.JII ' '- h.'en amazed at Ih-' imme;u.e flock.-; of ducks and 'ic.'-'i 1 >ln ••HUM: d-iv.'n tl'i-re for ; t bit «'. a res' on the way South.. It i> estimated th:it at lii.ie> I..")Ol) ,.'oes-.' and about ri.OOO ducks liav.' b.'-^-n or. the waters of the Sluu;',!;, witU the peak still cntiiii'-;, v. ..in tin y ' s':y se-me 2.i.0()f! fhr-i'. ' laiid thai .-• a lot of ducks, brother!) \v;ll he ^'iciin.^ in foi- a landing. Lec;>i hunters Slave l )'lie! il'ei! ov this siiu.'itif'ii, a< you n:.';hl know, although ol r,'t:r-(> n-'i hunting is pcnnitte-l withi-i 'he confines of Union Sliih.h it>.-lf. ,1 t'ode'-al r:;.ime refu'j't .M;>:;t i-rt'dii lor this 'Imnanxa' i:ui~l iv to Miil'-nd SMII'.II. wii'i i •'!•,• ihi pa--t 1 1 years I.a.- b.-i:n 'he v i!d- life refuse :;MM i.n th" jnh !h' I ;•. l.'l ti-.e -'-mp!' >y o: ll;" l.-'deral .; ->V- ••n-iiii n!. I le ci n -tanlly p.n i '•!.the Smi!'.i,h i.) 'iiiidaries. an.l it i.- much to Mill'' ,i d's ci e '.{'. t'n -.' huntei:-. liiive !;i;;li resj>ecl :'oi him. in othi'i' words, there's nn "jin.'ici'.iir-!" on Miiford 1 .' 0.1:0.,01 There'.; been a rumor HUM i-i might be' transl'cTivd - ' .iii"l!iei : Uit-:.- - a me've v,:. e'n hu.l 1 ' r.. h"ie hoije does not lake place j Miiford Smith and Union Siou-l: ort of ge> together! Try "Coast" For What U Nec-d! RIFLES — SHOTGUNS SHELLS OUTDOOR SUPPLIES Alv/ays at Typical "Coast" Lower Prices COAST-TO-COAST Store Ed Wolf, Owner Ever wonder what Think- Abu;'.' \-\ . •- •ift.-r i.-.,- plie i-a;,' - If You've Got the "Outdoor Bug" SEE US FOR — « Fishing Tackle — Rods, Reels, Tackle Eoxes, Etc. o Tents » Camp Cols • Sleeping Bags 9 Lanterns O Thermos Jugs e Blankets « You Name It Pric2s You Like To Pay ! DIAMOND'S SURPLUS "The Jacket Store" '•'I the liiill-fii.JiU'i's, b'lih an i v.'oaio!!. lak'.' over and ! i '".1 li;,g they net Ihe bull : -' .'•-. \\'hii-h he rep-irtedli 1 ,' witli his eves e!ose:l. Kaeh e. I % ei|'.ll|>i>ed >\ ;l!l :\ ai- i:;i 1 l;ree Ice! Ion;.', aiv I i< rmupio. Alfred say.- 1 , i:; to '. 1 i-- s',.''irci over between I '•• n :. I hen drive it down i;i: th" brisket. Any sicie :.-•• ' ii';.-d out bv Mi:- biill- i el'i I', e. ;.lt!|e||;;;i !' ; :> |),,; 1 .iV.- Ih.'- bull I" 1- S.lil' '! ' \'-. ' -1 lie top ! h I U.-' -' e: .• I. I 'if i''- f.iled bni I l-'i -.'• i,',e.:,i<'!i<. t!i>-n lion.-, baule.i off !o a bll!c!ii :' iTS, fcul -. we v."jn!«.'ci t'no dr-. on liiiii. ico, I bc<'j'i.;.i ofc. Gu'.'u., I'll r.avo lo sen that '"• '''Y rll i! I evci jci i'j

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