Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1932
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PAGE TWO FIRE VICTIM RECOVERING AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Mar. 8—Whlttemor Crienda are glad to learn that Ben »Iet Metzger, southwest of Whitte more, who was badly burned in th lire that destroyed the Metzge home a few weeks ago In which •four-year-old child was burned t •death, is Improved to such an exten that he was able to be moved from €he Paul Banwnrt home, where h •was taken the night of the fire, t the home of his parents. For time it was feared that he was fa tally burned. W. F. Kelly Is Recovering— "W. 1«\ Kelly, who has been n pa tient at the University hospital a 3owa City for three weeks, is re iported recovering. He has hncl t\v •operations for sinus trouble, and Is expected that his tonsils will 1) removed. It is thought that correc •tlon of these troubles will reliev the rheumatic condition with whic ho has been afflicted for seven months. J ' i . COUNTY APVANCB. ALQONJl Girls' Tourney at. West Item!— The girls' basketball sectionr tournament will be held at Wes JBend this week-end, and Whitte more girls will play Bradgate at o'clock Thursday evening in the: first game. If they win they wi aneet either Ottosen or Wesley Fr •flay. Schools taking part are Wes 'Bend, Bode, Curlew, Rodman, Whit temore, Bradgate, Ottosen, an Wesley, Tan! Zwelfel Is Burled— Whittemore relatives and friend attended funeral services las •Thursday for Paul Zweifel, 17 year old, who was killed when a 22 bul -let pierced his head last week. H was a son of the Jacob Zweifels who live on a farm seven mile north of Whittemore. Funeral ser -vices were held in the Methodis trhurch at Fenton last Thursday. 3fewlywe<ls are Honored— A number of Whittemore young folks gathered at Brwin Bruhn's, a IPairville, Sunday evening. Mr. am Mrs. Bruhn were recently married The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs -<3eorge Maahs was christened Sun •flay In St. Paul's Lutheran church «he was named Eileen Ruth. Spon -sors were George Schultz and El jJora Dau. tfracttln^er Boy 'Champ' "Wrestler— Bernard Doering, Graettinger nephew of Mrs. M. F. Farrell, won •championship honors in the heavy weight class at an inter-high schoo •wrestling meet at Fort Dodge las week. Wrestling has been a majo -sport at Graettinger for some years mnd the school has developed a team that ranks right up in front. Sfarrlage last May Annonnced- Relatives and friends have re «elved cards announcing the mar triage of Mae, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen, to H. Ci-ai, SButler last May at Des Moines. Th •oouple are living at Scottsbluffs, i ^western Nebraska. Mrs. Butler wa salesman in a Webster City stor :prlor to her marriage. Theater Operator Kissing^— Mr. Lamb, operator of the Whit l»more theater, left one night las •week. The talkies were installed i •couple of months ago, and the open ing show was given January 9. H< *ad been showing good pictures, bu for some reason or other Whitte snore is again without talkies. V»rl Dahlhanser New Chief— The Bancroft fire departmen elected Carl Dahlhauser, formerly o Whittemore, chief for the coming year. Carl i s already serving as •narshal and water commissioner a ^Bancroft. He is also a candidati Xor the democratic nomination fo: •sheriff in the June primaries. •"arewell Party Is Given— •Relatives and friends called at B •ff. Elbert's, six miles north of Whit temore, one evening last week for - a tarewell party. The Elberts movet *o a farm northwest of Cylinder Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and a son wil •nove to the Elbert farm, which •Uiey purchased last year. *"rank Studers to Bock well- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Studer, who fcave farmed east of Whittemore *bree or four years, are moving to «. farm near Rockwell, south of Ma*on City The M. C. Thills have the «tuder farm. Elberts to Garner- Mr. and .Mrs. Leo P. Elbert have *noved to a new home near Garner *nd the Hugo Meyers now have the •Chris Meyer farm, which the Elberts ''Vacated. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas, . aas, of have been VJs relalives •and old friends here. The Baa* *wnily is moving from George to -Spencer, where they formerly ii ve d Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, Ledyard, and vT,' haVe bee " Voting "he Folder's, and Mrs. Sullivan been helping care for her moth •*r, Mrs. Henry Felder. The Methodist Aid will meet with C. W. Hansen tills week T, Mr * Jamo » C^wfonl Wolfe, assisting hostesses bunday guests at Henry Schultz's ere the the Ar- .,, ouvouo itt nenry acJiu iwere the Henry Kuecker family «Jeorge Maahs family and the' tfaur Heldenwith family. Walter Vaudt was sick last week with the flu. He had been sick he- Sore, but went outside too soon and Buffered a relapse. The C'lyde Alrharls, Hodman, *noyed last week to one of the old •Jaldwm residences in the west part •Of town. A boy. was born to the '^Herman Norland, Airfield township, p a ) 0 •Alto county, last week Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and *wo children, of Hobarton, spent Saturday at II. p. Schultz's. The Werner Braatz family "~'ed from the Kngler house R. A. Behnke house. OW Settler Dies. Ixme Rock, Mar. S—Daniel Lynch Waterloo, Lone Rock early settler! ""*!. He had be for some time. has to in Daniel was . e was «n uncto to Joseph ana Daniel lynch, north at town. Burial 't Bancroft Wonday. Girl Born to Widow of Accident Victim (Bancroft, 'Mar. 9 — Mrs. Isadore Mousel has a baby girl, Ruth Ann, born lost week Wednesday. The Mousels were married last spring and In December Isadore was killed on his brother's farm, when the floor in .the second story of a barn gave way and corn smothered him. Attempts were made to save him, but he was smothered before the corn could be shoveled away. Mrs. Mousel was Eunice Studer, of Wesley, before her marriage. Mlnnesotans In Visit Here— Mrs. Lloyd Nelson and son Duane, of LitchEield, Minn., are spending two weeks at the Chris Behrman home. Mr. Nelson brought them down and returned to Litchfield the following day. Mrs. Nelson is a daughter of the Behrmans. Evelyn Behrman returned to Lone Rock Monday, where she teaches in the public schools. Miss Behrman was ill with the flu for two weeks and ATrs. R. Ditsworth, R. N., of Swea City, took care of her. Fanners Moving' for Spring— Edgar Tuttle, of Cedar Falls, is here repairing the buildings on his farm west of town. The Clarence Ackersons will move on this place. The William Budding family lived there last year. John Kylens, who have been living with George Ny- mans, moved onto the place vacated by the Ackersons. Chris Lein and four children moved into the Boyer home in the south end of town. Mr. Boyer and Bob are at Lou Dud- dings. Attend Funeral at Dnbnque— Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider and F. X. Deltering returned home last Wednesday from Dubuque, where they attended the funeral of Sr. M. Rosina. Sr. Rosina was a member of the Sisters of St. Francis. She was a sister of Mrs. Schneider and a sister-in-law of Mr. Deiterlng. Dan lynch Services Here- Dan Lynch, of Waterloo, was buried here Monday morning in St. John's cemetery. Services were held at St. John's church, and the Rt. Rev. J. D. Fisch' officiated. Mr. Lynch is a brother of Mrs. Jerry Saunders. Dr. and Mrs. Lynch, of Sioux City, also attended the funeral. Son Born to E. H. Brinks— Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Brink, Waterloo, have a son born last Thursday. Mrs. Brink will be remember- ed as Prteclllft Welp. The Brinks moved to Waterloo from Bancroft a year and a half ago. Mr. Brink was employed in Kennedy's store here. Girl for John Hanperti— Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert have a baby girl born Saturday. Mrs. Haupert will be remembered as Mildred Schltz. She was employed at the local telephone office before her marriage. Other Bancroft News. >Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ditsworth and daughter returned to Eagle Grove Monday. They came up to see Clarence's father, Adam Ditsworth, who is ill with the flu. Mr'. Ditsworth is 86 years old. His daughter, Mrs. Jane Perkins, of Mason City, is caring for him. Mrs. Arnold Deitering and daughter Betty returned to Burlington Monday morning after three weeks here. 'Mrs. Deiterlng was. called here by. the illness of her grandmother, Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. McDonald is 85 years old. •Mr. and Mrs. Peter Godferson, daughter Lillian, Myrle Woltz, and Clifford Ringsdorf drove to Cedar Falls Sunday. Lillian will attend college there. Fred Thacker went to Emmetsburg Sunday and Mrs. Thacker returned home with him. Mrs. Thacker visited her folks there for two weeks. Jay Quinn returned, to his home at Arcadia last Thursday after two weeks visit here with his mother, Mrs. Bridget Qulnn. ^Lawrence Bergman went to Emmetsburg Sunday to work for William Hughes on a farm. This Is his ninth year there. Mrs. W. J. Welp and three children, of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at the M. A. Saunders and Mrs. J. H. Welp homes. Milton Weido, coach at Bancroft high, attended the sectional basketball tournament at Algona last week. T. P. Jacobs left Monday for Swea City, where he is doing carpenter work at the Delbert Hunt farm. A. B. Lappe returned last Wednesday from Carroll, where he visited relatives a few days. Mary Wedeiver, of New Vienna, is keeping house for 'Barney Brink and son Frank. A. Mayer and eon Urban, of Waterloo, spent Sunday here visiting relatives. Dr. N. J. Schiltz, of Chicago, visited relatives here last week. YOUTH AT SEXTON SPfUIIS ANKLE IN JUMP FROM WAGON Sexton, /Mar. 8-^-Harold , Martinek sprained an ankle -badly Saturday night, when he jumped off a wagon and-lit on a rough spot' on the ground. He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martlnek. "' Mrs. Amy Smith Sick Again— Mrs. Aniy Smith has been aick with the flu. 'Her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Hammond, spent Saturday with her, and another daughter, •&« poftgttitt^wghoiit \ • < s » /fa* 1 jMK^tit <ttm&i$ Mr*. Orrln .Minion, Weil«y'i W»« tKere Sunday, ' Colin** Behoof t«**h*r 8kfc— Mra. flalla, Seller; war elck early in the week ahd could hot teach School Monday. . She .ha* <}o11- ner school, northeast of Sexton. Mrs. •Seller was formerly Catherine Downs, Wesley. . * Irwln Ollen HM The Melvln Olsene spent' Sunday at r Irwln Olson's, Wesleyt, the day being Irwln's 'birthday. A number of' other -persons invited., could not go because of bad weather. Weather, Roads Halt Travel- There was a small attendance at church and Sunday school Sunday. Cold Weather and bad Toads' kept Char-it*, PeWworS, Minn., M spending a few dAy« with tot. ahd MrUr.'Ottfr ' NetaKrtih i ftnd looking after hie .farm, occupied by Mr. And. Mf»...Onr!lte Hedrtok. • ' Henry 1 Nelson returned Sunday from a farm near Stilt to which he had helped his . £rother-ln-lft.w, John Mahoney, move frdm the Mo- flus place .north, of Algona. Mrs. Anna Franzen, West Union, Is at Albert' JMartlnek's. She la a sister of'Mr. Martinet and is also visiting another brother, •William Martlnek. ' ' Mr. atid Mrs. Martin Seller were Sunday dinner guests at Joe. Balk's, two miles north of Sexton. Mrs. Seiller was formerly Elizabeth Balk. Mrs. Albert drosenbach attended ( o and found Mr* Warner wn 1m ^ proving from the flu. i •" ' , ' •Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paete and their daughter t)orls went to Blue Earth Friday, returning Monday. Mrs.' NeUman, Mother of Mrs. A«-> nes 'Brophy, is still sick with the flu, and Is bedfMt, •* 8«nee«. Seneca, Mar. 8-7-Mra. B. L. , fir-. dahl, her children ahd her mother, MM. Jorgenaon, of Blue Earth, spent 'last Thursday With Mrs. J. H, Jensen, another daughter. The mother came to spend a few Weeks here. Alice tatter, have been found stones, and used n* plaything*' by btocovery of their cha When a mineral expert wh apectlng adjoining farm.. - ing leases for the removal gold peWbles- appeared. several pAtcihes of B0 ia gravel in > the vicinity, nna Heved that huge glaciers picked up the metal and there. SCRAP LOOMS IN SWEA CITY CITYJLECTION Swea City, Mar. S—The following town ticket was fi'led with the town clerk Friday: mayor, Jos. M. Dye; councilmen, S. V. Carter, Fred Seylor, P. J. Heiken, E. L. Hanson, A J. Christiansen; treasurer, J. J. Anderson; assessor, Claire Erickson They are all present officers, except E. L. Hanson, slated to succeed Conrad Linde, the latter having refused to serve longer, and J. J. Anderson named to succeed Jos. Goff. The latter, because of his present occupation as bank examiner in charge of failed banks, is out of town much of the time. A town caucus Friday evening confirmed this ticket, but Saturday a new ticket was nominated, with Doctor Whitlow, local veterinarian for mayor. This Is a strong ticket, and there promises to :>e a real fjght at election time There is little Interest, however, In :he coming school election. Three directors have been nominated: O A. Jenson, Ole Kvamsdahl, and Wiliam Krumm. Among things to be considered by the new council are the question of a new water tank epairs on the disposal plant, and neasures to prevent a breakdown in the street surfacing caused by snow and wet weather. County Federation Meets Here— In spite of bad weather and roads a successful county federation meet- ng was held here last week Tuesday. A business meeting was held n the forenoon, and lunch was served at 12, after which there woe an 'institute," during which parliamentary law was studied. Mrs. Phillips of Livermore, district committeewoman, had been expected for this event, was unable to attend, so Mrs Harriet Warburton, of Lakota county chairman, conducted the study. The following additional pro- ram is reported: solo, Mrs. F. O. Johnson, wife of the Lakota Methodist pastor; violin solo, Virginia ^ultz, Swea City; vocal solo, Mrs. 3awson, of Lakota; pianologue, Vfrs. C. R. Smith, Lakota; vocal trio, Mesdames Heetland, Hamquist, and Schrader, all of Lakota; round .able on school problems, led by Mrs. J. H. Warner, Swea City; vocal solo, Esther Smith, Swea City; read- njf, Mrs. William Thompson, Swea City; club woman's creed, Mrs. Samuel Warburton, Swea City. Mrs. Martha Itoalson Dies- Mrs. Martha Roalson died at her jome hero last week Monday, and uneral services were held at the mmanuel Lutheran church last veek Wednesday morning, the Rev. S. J. Hjelmeland in charge. Burial vas made beside the grave of her late husband at Badger. Mrs. Roal- on was born in Norway January 8, S44, and at death was 88. She was uurled in 1872, and later with her lusband and one child came- to aiierica, fettling near Ossian, Iowa. 'he family afterwards lived in Hum- old t county, where Mr. Roalson ied in 1SS6. The widow and chil- ren came here in 1908. Mrs. Uoal- on was a member of ihe Bethle- em Lutheran church. Her surviv- ng children are: Real, Ole, Mrs. Oliver Ewing, Belle, and Mrs. John {nutson, all of Swea City; Mrs. ienry Knutson, Estherville; .and Oscar, Forest City. A son and a aughter are dead. Mothers AVln Many Prizes— A real top price for oats, $9 a eck, was recently received toy Cecil and Orvllie, sons of Louis Thoreson. he way they did Jt was first to en- er the oats at a Swea. City school fair, in which they won first prize; then at the county fair, where they again won first; thirdly at the recent annual state corn and grain show at Ames, where they placed fourth; and, finally, at the International at Chicago, where they ranked 15th. The boys also showed prize-winning corn, and they exhibited samples of barley, wheat, soy beans, etc. Child 6 Tears Old Dies— ' Vera Mae, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Edw. Willard, died at her home!! Monday of pneumonia. She was! born at Iron Mountain, Mich., ' and at death was six yeara and' four months old. Besides her parents, she left three brothers, Virgil, Robert and Vernon all younger. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church, conducted by the Full Gospel mission, last Thursday, and burial was made in Harrison cemetery. The child was in <the-flnrt grade in the local schools, and some of her schoolmates assisted in the services. Sanborns Open Another Store Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanborn, who have conducted a grocery store here during the last year, are opening another store at Armstrong, where they leased a building which Is being equipped with new shelving and is being redecorated. Mrs. Sanborn will conduct the store, her eon 'Albert assisting, and Mr. Sanborn will conduct the store here, Burton Thomson assisting. Mrs. Sanborn and Albert will drive back and forth, at least for the time being. Epworth Lcaeners in Debute— Six local Epworth League members staged a debate Sunday even- Ing in place of-the ueual Sunday evening Methodist preaching service. The question concerned the efficiency of the Kellogg peace pacts, and it was decided that the •pacts represent a force to be reckoned with in time of threatened international strife. Hardware Partnership Dissolved— Arthur E. Pehrson and Edwin Hovey, local hardware men who had been in business together five years have dissolved partnership, Mr.-Hovey retiring; leaving the stock and business in Mr. PehrsonVs hands alone.. Mr. Hovey will look after the store's plumbing and pump-repair work till further notice. H. S. Loses In Tournament- Cm- high school basketball boys after beating Algona in a county tournament at Lakota, last to the same town in a sectional tourney at Algona last week-end, 22-18 They won their first game in a tournament, S2-21, from Plover. Cardinals Are Twice "Winners— The Cardinals, independent basketball team here, last week Wednesday evening- played Bast Chain at Elmore, winning 52-15, and Friday evening they .jflayed Fertile at Hanlontown, again winning, 33- Other Swea City. Mrs. L. E. -Sweany, who had spent some time atr Des Moines and other southern Iowa points, returned Friday. Her husband Is the Smith- Hughes agricultural teacher here. Mrs. Frank Thomson and her children, Kenneth and Marion, vis- ted from last Thursday till Sunday at Waterloo, where Mrs. Thomson's mother, brother, and s.ister live. Mrs. N. B. NoWe, of Lakota, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Warburton. WE CAN'T TELL ALL THE BAR- gaine at Gamble's Anniversary Sale. "B" Batteries, 79c. R. C. A, radio tubes, 39c up. Mechanic'? Suit, |1.19. Milk pails, 4 for $1.00. Starting M^r. 11th, 28 . 2 $ TOP DRESSING A cert el top dmtlni two w dm* tlmtt • vtar b ptrauntnl pnltc- lion •Hlnrt l«hi. UiMl Drict 50e. Stta Prict. Cm 100%Pur*Paraffin Bit* OIL A flood pwwHii ••!• oll.Fiomli|hlle»p<r htivy.Thli quality n- lully ptictd «t Me to 30e • qt Lilhl,— . '2C-- In gil. lob Both (or ~~-~* Extra Large Rough Cut Chamois ~ Full site skin domestic chamoii.Almoit a yard square. $1 .50 value Sale >Prlc*...t HOUSE LAMPS Inside frosted for easy cleaning Usual price 8 for SI .60 ; or more. ISO volt—25, \ 40, 50 or60 watt 100 SU.I Coa.Ur \ssf Shavinf Outfit "«w acnun, Gillette BUdei—1 sold pitted Gillette Riior end 1 Urge tub* Worth's"! .35.""" I' Sal. Price ...7 r Pliers, 6 inch A 9^. 35e value,....» JC WRENCHES Seat , Cover* Skip ovei .$1.59 B 1 *^ 79* ipfS-'*'*''***^^^.- MILK PAILS Heavily tinned. Soldered and riv- tied tan. Lacquered wood STARTING FRIDAY, MARCH 11th ... 8:00 A. An«w deal for today's dollarl This Seventh Anniversary Sale definitely establishes Gamble's •• the house of THE LOWEST PRICES IN THE NORTHWEST—values absolutely divorced from competition. Providing these values has required uncommon courage and an outlay in cold cash which/if measured in silver dollars, would need to be hand ed in bushel baskets. SAVE a dollar for EVERY dollar you SPEND. But be PROMPT! We have one shipment only of each item. Sale ends when this merchandise is gone. ' v / ^ WASH TUBS DISH PAN !*L iis£j&?2[*' Ui * ' G " i » • < * w M « | ** iw- !•«• "* f 'VK2iir$i^i!;.49c *^' 11 - »c BUTCHER KNIVES, Mfk .KNIVES, -W.I OIL MOP CM b« rtidlly wnlitd. Pad wont •Mink. No m.lil «>potcd to Kfikh fumlturt 01 (toon. AA_ 50c nliM— M|« prict... 29C Electric Hot Plate Miwtil •edtfflliUc dtilfn. Ccwd •IbclMd. GtMl«« nldvom* win •ItMcnL S1.50vil M TOASTER 11 PLAfE For Forels, Chavrottta anel «HMr^ Grid* of purest antl«ony lead. Putt, active OMldei No lubtUtutei. Jar- proof, acid-retitting case. Eiaeclally tor Fordi, Chevrolet* and other* ... $1.50 allowance for yew old battery. Extra Special 2 95 I ExchentePricc MECHANICS Exscfly the samt ft lold under another nimc at $5.25 and mere. Made for the toughest, roughest work. Every ititeh will stay stitched. Every button riveted on. 7 pocket). Size 36 to 42. Hickory ilripe or brown And bluedrill.Sale price S S«w«d •ROOM Niwtit topax color, ImiMlblt. 4 b.«f- •I* lloMt. 4 cupi, 4 Muctn, 4 dlnntr riu pl.tti. WondtiM fortM.yglfto.bcWf. prii*. Si .60 AKillilnbrao*. Hindlth.iUm ocoali of Ivory If..* pallih.d .!i.i«w.d. 75c vil. THE LOWEST PRICE EVER OFFERED, V e PLY A TIR£ j ANVONE-ANYWHERE-To the Best of Our Knowkd* 19*4.40.11—6 ply 30n4.SO.il—6 ply 30»cI.OO-«0—6 ply GlIMMtMd imh MWIMfchMdh.. M IktM low pricti. M d.y |MraMy.. 171....$ .!• <t6. .4* MS. ... .6S ... .61 «47(P.»lod.)... Hl(V«Mil«tiHHM).9f SSO(RKlUWr)... Ijj "0 1. 10 «« 1.10, .MILS* M1A.M W« don't b«li«v« 6 ply tim have ever been sold «t such low puces. This is • cue where the tire bargain hunter, gunning for rabbits, unexpectedly stirs up a lionl Tires for all the cars you would be likely to pass in six days of continuous driving. Prices • WfrvKTH btyond ««?Snition. Then, to make a good ob GOQD, we ve even sing«d the pin feathers. That sounds like exaggeration, we know. But, you're a fiee agent with mind of your own. COME AND §EE fjOR "B" BATTERY "B«el.« ••••• bM.,1., i,. mtdt by on* of Kit world*' foraMoil ,M.ufKtu»n. R t| . • T9e ' Wx4.50.80 i.f 7 30x4.50.2t 419 21x4.75.19 * 29x4.75.20 30x5.oo.2o ;;;;;; ;;« "»5.25.18 s.*s 33x6.00.21 31x5.25.21. 28x5.50.18. 29x5.50.19. 30x5.50.20. 30x6.00.18. 31x6.00.19. 32x6.00.20. Dvty.wch ..... 32*4. SPORTING GOODS •nd Lifetime 4.91 $1.49 .98 part Oreno *1, I III Pile*. $•>• 9Qf prie.... JTC Teas Or rene) x-rSBiS!*' u&iet&X 1-iMi.SihMlc* 'Myd.SpMl 49* Instant Lishtin f Camp itwi No generating. _ Ing. Turn •valve. Touch a match and the bacon pan. Approved by both tank and burners fold inside . te4f'^L w ^!" l *i.ft"W. •"«* Gcnuin* • a rifle'." J5.50*5alue ...... A UadinsUand under lh« rwular. advertised naweT AccuraU, hard hit- 4*- «ng.§ho*-«boxei1ff J-onjt—2 boxe« ffc DMC. Polish ««*'» rue* Invincible Cord-6 Ply Now you can jtrk off tho*« old ihakv, ikid- StfOMi •yer heard of, or ever expect to hear Guaranteed 10,^000 miles Cam JIV »_.J ttt^n jfW A * » ^T ^B sssr^sB •••^^sil and lif,« mt . Sal« Prie« 31 E.S. K-v. w nyn VI, '2.95 BUI ensraved with sold !•»»«:fisure*. GUAR. ANTEEb ONE YEAR. Uiually MI - — for $1.50. Sale price M different »tyle*. New «"•«•«•„ Wao>», nut. Garden Hos« %"-Will withstand many wSii l i ll !ri Miu * l f u /' > ' t$iur «' Willlait longer In hot »un be. caw. of tht live new rubber "*'«' Com «'« ^«* how costing double ... and use your own judgement. Usually priced at 6c ft. Complete with couplings, Salt pri ef , Jftg**f** »fwn SS.50 value chrome. iv.~ ". /•••• «Home» plated famous AMES EXTRA"' ( SPECIAL., Tire Pump Install a new set ol th* fan out "AC" spark plugs. Rtgular75cv*lu« %».Mi»J»a ^|Qc d* Prict» «»«» 4-Hour Fait Drying Vnrnifh for IS I 99 i i Vf vfJ »*!•* ISc • BOTH FO fe •ISA GAMBLE STORE

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